The location of the Rush Cafe & Apartments is on the New Belgrade side of the Sava Riverbank #69, near the last bus and tram stop. It is very easy to reach us via public transport or taxi.

The Nikola Tesla Airport is only 10km away from the Rush Cafe & Apartments. You can take the 72 bus line from the airport for eight stops, and then transfer to the bus line 604 or 605, to the last stop in Block 45. The ride takes around 28 minutes. The Rush Cafe & Apartments are 250m on foot from the bus stop.

From the train station Belgrade Center (Prokop) to the Rush Cafe & Apartments you can take the bus line 36 to the Sava Square (five stops), and then take the trams 7 or 9, or the minibus E1 to your destination.

Public transportation tickets can be purchased on the bus or tram for 150 RSD (1,27 EUR).

A Taxi from the airport to your destination is around 12 EUR.

If you like, we can order transportation for you.

Things to do?

On the other side of the Sava river, across from the Rush Cafe & Apartments, is Ada Ciganlija – a favorite picnic and outing location for the citizens of Belgrade and visitors. This peaceful oasis has a huge green open space with a lake in its center – it is a truly lovely and amazing place to spend the day in the wider city center. You can swim there, and sunbathe on the 8 km-long pebble beach, play golf, ride a bicycle, take walks, rest or simply enjoy.

Ada can be reached by boat which departs near the Rush Cafe & Apartments every day during the summer. There is also a bike trail to Ada over the New bridge, one of the landmarks of Belgrade.

Rush Cafe & Apartments are not far from the starting bus and tram stations, which are a direct connection to the city center. You can reach the center of Belgrade in 20 to 30 minutes. Where we recommend you visit the Knez Mihailova street, which is always full of Belgrade citizens, and where old and new architecture conveys the spirit of creativity of local and foreign architects.

Explore the Belgrade Fortress, which was the location of over 114 battles for Belgrade. Have lunch or dinner in bohemian Skadarlija street and enjoy delicious food and good domestic wine, to the sound of live music which has the power to stop time and evoke joyful memories.

Get to know the spirituality of the city with its religion through churches, monasteries and the largest Orthodox Christian Temple of Saint Sava in Vračar. Visit the Nikola Tesla Museum, one of the greatest scientists in the world, and learn the secrets of how electricity was invented, and how it was tamed.