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Green Motion car rental Nis airport Serbia

Nis airport

Green Motion car hire at Nis Airport is quick and easy to locate.

Our rental branch is conveniently based in the Airport Terminal Hall.

You will find the Green Motion Nis Airport station in the car rental area.

A one way drop off service between Belgrade and Nis (230 km) is available at a 50 EUR fee.

Should you require any assistance, please call Green Motion Nis Airport on 069 467 4444.

To make a car hire booking at Nis Airport in Serbia, simply click on the 'get a quote now' button to enjoy our great service and competitive car hire deals while you do your bit for the environment.

Contact Nis airport

Vazduhoplovaca 24

Opening hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Tuesday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Wednesday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Thursday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Friday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Saturday: 07:00 to 21:00
  • Bank Holiday: Closed

Further information to help with your car rental from Nis Airport

After you’ve safely landed in Serbia and collected your hire car from Green Motion Nis Airport, we know that you will be eager to get your car on the road and start exploring the capital of Serbia.

If you are unfamiliar with driving in Serbia, it is important to remember that you must drive on the right hand side of the road. We also recommend that you consider hiring a GPS (SatNav) to ensure that you arrive at your destination with speed and accuracy.

Enjoy your car hire in Nis

If this is your first time driving a car in Nis, our advice is to stay calm and take your time. As already mentioned, remember to drive on the right. Signage in Nis isn’t consistent or obviously placed therefore we’d also recommend for your own peace of mind to consider hiring a GPS to ensure you can navigate around Belgrade with ease (ask at the rental counter for details).

Like most cities, parking around Nis does come at a cost however most places tend to offer free parking on Sundays. There are also a number of tolls on the motorways in Serbia and the fees will vary depending on the size of your vehicle, they roughly range from 3 euros to 6.50 euros. Remember to keep some spare cash on you for parking and tolls.

When travelling on the motorways, the speed limit varies between 100 to 120 km/h. The speed limit outside the city tends to be 80 mph and 50 mph inside the city unless started otherwise. For your own safety it is important that you obey the local traffic and speed restrictions.

Should you require any assistance while in Nis, Serbian emergency services can be contacted by calling 92 for police, 93 for fire fighters and 94 for medical services.

For further advice and information on renting a car at Nis Airport and enjoying the best offers and discounts we have on offer, remember to get a car rental quote from Alternatively you can contact Green Motion's Central Reservation team by calling +44 (0) 2071864000 or by calling Green Motion Nis Airport directly on 381112286360.

Green Motion Nis Airport are looking forward to meeting your car hire needs in Serbia.

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For any assistance please contact Central Reservations on +44 (0) 2071864000 or

Discover Nis

Niš is a lively city of curious contrasts, where Roma in horse-drawn carriages trot alongside new cars, and posh cocktails are sipped in antiquated alleyways.

Average annual temperature in the area of Niš is 11.9 °C (53.4 °F). July is the warmest month of the year, with an average of 22.5 °C (72.5 °F). The coldest month is January, averaging at 0.6 °C (33.1 °F). The average of the annual rainfall is 580.3 mm (22.85 in). The average barometer value is 992.74 mb. On average, there are 134 days with rain and snow cover lasts for 41 days.

During your stay in Nis, we would recommend that you include the following destinations into your travel itinerary:

  1. The Mediana - On the eastern outskirts of Niš and a short walk from Ćele Kula, is what remains of Constantine's 4th-century Roman palace. Digging has revealed a palace, mosaics, forum and an expansive grain-storage area.
  2. The Niš Fortress - While its current incarnation was built by the Turks in the 18th century, there have been forts on this site since ancient Roman times. Today it's a sprawling recreational area with restaurants, cafes, market stalls and ample space for moseying. It hosts the Nišville International Jazz Festival each August and Nišomnia , featuring rock and electro acts, in September. The city's main pedestrian boulevard, Obrenovićeva, stretches before the citadel.

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