Explore The Belgrade
Situated on two rivers – the Danube and The Sava, this charming and lively European “White” capital with turbulent history is always attracting tourists from all over the world.
Visit Belgrade Fortress and Klamegdan Park
If you want to know what is so special about Belgrade, we have only one problem to answer this. Namely, we have less time and space than we need to list all its qualities and describe its uniqueness. However, we are willing to try and introduce you to the most interesting things to see and do in the Serbian capital.
Paying a visit to these two Belgrade landmarks is a must. Take a nice, long walk around Kalemedan park and then enjoy the breathtaking view of the Danube and Sava Rivers meeting just below the fortress. Admire the Victor- the most famous statue in the park representing a man, a successful warrior, holding a sword and a falcon on his palm.
the bohemian quarter
Visiting Skadarlija resembles a time travel and getting back to the 1900s. This cobblestone paved, car-free street cherishes its distinctive, recognizable spirit at all times. There you can have a nice, delicious and traditional Serbian meal while listening to some great live and also traditional music.
A day in Belgrade
The largest Orthodox church in the Balkans is in Belgrade.
Yes, it is true. Those who do not believe should hit the road right to the Church of Saint Sava. This impressive monument in white marble will leave you speechless. If you happen to be in the vicinity
around noon, you will witness an extraordinary event of 50 bells sounding noon.
Video by Dusan Stojancevic
A perfect sanctuary from everyday hardships, Ada Cignalija welcomes an immense number of people every day. There you can stroll completely relaxed, cycle or jog – whatever you prefer. Also, you could sit at one of the countless cafes on the Sava bank, enjoy the view and let the tension slowly disappear.
Knez Mihajlova Street &
In Belgrade, even people-watching is a genuine adventure. Take a walk down Knez Mihajlova Street, observe and enjoy. If you feel like shopping, your options are ample since there is a great diversity of shops all along this street. Moreover, having coffee at one of the pleasant and stylish cafes is always the right choice.
One of the most famous and most beautiful squares in Belgrade is situated at the southern end of Knez Mihajlova Street. Its central part is occupied with the sculpture of Knez Mihailo Obrenovic, one of the key figures in the Serbian history. From the square, you can also see the breathtaking buildings of the National Theatre and the National Museum. If you like the view, you can enjoy it a bit more while having a drink and relaxing at one of the cafes.
Explore numerous Museums
Art lovers, come and explore numerous museums in the Serbian capital. We can give you a few suggestions, but your adventurous spirit could probably track a few more worth visiting. Start with the Museum of illusions and The Historical Museum of Serbia which are both in the mere center of the city. Then you can head toward the Nikola Tesla Museum, the Museum of Aviation, the Belgrade Military Museum or The Yugoslav History Museum. These are just a small part of a wide range available to those willing to explore and rest their eyes on magnificent pieces.
Day or night,
board a splav
Exciting and joyful nightlife is what everybody remembers about Belgrade. You can choose among numerous clubs which guarantee unforgettable nights with excellent music, exclusive drinks, and tasty food. However, what attracts all the tourists who give Belgrade a chance is that floating, boat-like construction the Serbs call a splav. There are many of those along the aforementioned two rivers that run through Belgrade. Some of them are perfect to spend a day on the water, enjoy beautiful views and friendly people. Others are a good choice for a night out. So, it’s all up to you! Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed!