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  The unique Zasavica nature reserve is located at the westernmost point of Serbia, east of the Drina and south of the Sava. Untouched nature, authentic folklore and cultural and historic monuments make Zasavica an important tourist destination. The boat takes visitors through the most beautiful parts of the reserve – the ride is seven kilometres long and offers a ... Read More »


  Smederevo is located some fifty kilometres east of Belgrade, on the right bank of the Danube. Smederevo has developed into an industrial town over the last several decades, although its environment abounds with cultural and historic monuments and tourist attractions. Its main attraction is the Smederevo Fortress, built during the first half of the 15th century as a new ... Read More »


  Oplenac, the unofficial capital of the Karageorgevich dynasty, is located on a hill above Topola, eighty kilometres south of Belgrade. Oplenac features the magnificent mausoleum of the Karageorgevich royal family, which may be seen from great distances and represents a specific road-sign towards Topola. The Church of St. George was during the early 20th century and is one of ... Read More »

Sremski Karlovci

  Sremski Karlovci stood as the cultural, political and religious centre of the Serbian people in the Austro-Hungarian Empire for two full centuries. The Palace of the Patriarchy with iconostases containing paintings by Uroš Predić, the First Serbian Gimnasium, the Orthodox Cathedral containing several paintings by Paja Jovanović, the Four Lions baroque fountain and many other important monuments date from ... Read More »

Carska Bara


  Carska Bara used to be the favourite hunting ground of prince Rudolf and arch-duke Franz Ferdinand, who were not destined to become Austrian emperors, though they gave Carska bara its name (“Royal Pond”). Today this is a nature reserve with a permanent hunting ban. The reserve extends over almost 1,700 hectares and includes Carska Bara, Perleska Bara and Tiganjica, ... Read More »


  The Roman military camp and the capital of the Roman province of Upper Moesia has been the subject of archaeological research over the past four decades. The destruction of Viminacium under the advance of the Huns may be compared to the famous destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum under the eruption of Vesuvius. Accommodating some fifty thousand inhabitants, Viminacium was ... Read More »


  Aranđelovac is located 75 km south of Belgrade, in the heart of Šumadija. It is encircled by two mountains and its numerous thermal springs with healing properties attract a large number of tourists each year. The main street of Aranđelovac is the right place to take an evening stroll. This promenade abounds with small shops, old artisan shops and ... Read More »


  Vinca is a small suburb settlement, 14 km away from the city center, next to which is the famous archaeological site from the period of 4500-3200 BC. Here are the remains of the largest prehistoric settlements in Serbia and one of the most important sites from the Neolithic period in Europe. This tour takes you by bus to the ... Read More »

Mountain Avala

  Avala is one of the closest resort of Belgradians. It is situated about 15 km south of Belgrade and is 511 meters high. It represents a protected natural area of 489 hectares. On the mountain is the recently rebuilt Avala Tower, as well as monument of the Unknown Soldier created by the famous sculptor Ivan Mestrovic and the Monument ... Read More »

Sightseeing by ship

  Panoramic sightseeing tours of Belgrade by boat ITINERARY: Sports and recreation and business center of Milan Gale Muškatirović (formerly May 25) – Gardos – Great War Island – Hotel Yugoslavia – Konjsko island – Kalemegdan Fortress – cruise ships dock – Belgrade bridges – Ada Međica – Sports and recreation and business center Milan Gale Muškatirović (formerly May 25) ... Read More »

Sightseeing by bike

  iBikeBelgrade aims at showing the beautiful city of Belgrade in the best way possible. We even dare to say it is the only way to experience all sides of Belgrade in one go. Although biking is a way of transport which is not used a lot in Belgrade, there are many ways to see and experience this beautiful city by ... Read More »

Sightseeing by Bus

Get to know Belgrade by cruising its city streets and enjoy the interesting story of the guides describing the history of the city, its architecture and the lives of its citizens. This tour will introduce you to the inner core of the city and parts of New Belgrade Duration: 90 minutes, accompanied by a tourist guide Route: Assembly of the ... Read More »

Catholic Church

  Even in Roman times, Belgrade was diocese. Kingdom of Serbia and the Apostolic See signed Concordat in 1914 for establishing the Archdiocese of Belgrade. In addition to diocesan priests, monks and nuns also serve here (Jesuits, Franciscans, and Salesians land lazarists). The diocese issued a religious magazine “Blagovest” which is published four times a year. In Belgrade there are also ... Read More »


  Belgrade Synagogue was opened in the summer of 1926 and is located in downtown. Society of Belgrade Ashkenazi Jews bought the land for the construction of the synagogue from City Hall. It had originally honored Ashkenazi rituals of Belgrade Jews congregations who spoke Yiddish. Today, mostly members of the small community of Sephardic Jews who survived the Holocaust and remained living ... Read More »

Bajrakli Mosque

  Bajrakli mosque was built in the 16th century and is the main city mosque. It is in Gospodar Jevremova St, 11, at the Dorcol. In the mosque there is the madrasah, religious secondary school. According to the latest census of  2002, more than twenty thousand Muslims live in Belgrade. Get direction to Bajrakli Mosque   Read More »

Rakovica Monastery

  Rakovica Monastery is located near the center of Belgrade. (11 km away), on the road leading to the Avala mountain. Monastery with its church dedicated to St. Archangel Michael and Gabriel was built during the reign of Prince Lazar. By the decision of Patriarch German in 1959. monastery was turned into a nunnery. Today, this church is known as ... Read More »

Cathedral Church

  Cathedral Church and Patriarchy of Serbian Orthodox Church Church of St. Michael Archangel is situated in the old town center across from the Serbian Patriarchate. Built in 1837-1840 on the request of Mihailo Obrenovic and today is one of the most important shrines of the Serbian people. The main architect was Adam Friedrich Kwerfeld. The interior of the church is richly decorated. Gilded ... Read More »

Church of St. Alexander Nevsky

  Church of St. Alexander Nevsky In place of the old church from 19th century, the new larger church was built in 1929. Plans for the construction were made by Jelisaveta Načić. Present wall compositions were painted in th al  secco technique by monk Naum Andric in period 1970-72.   Get direction to Church of St. Alexander Nevsky   Read More »


  Sv.Petka and Church of the Virgin Mother Built in 1867, is located on Kalemegdan in the immediate vicinity of the church Ružica. The present chapel was built in 1937. Unusual location and a nice ambience of Kalemegdan Park give this church special charm and beauty. Address: Kalemegdan Fortress, Kalemegdan 6   Get direction to Sv. Patka   Read More »

Church of St. Mark

  Built 1931-1940 and llocated at Tasmajdan, one of the most beautiful city parks. Today’s church was built on the site of the old church from 1835 in Serbian-Byzantine style. In the southern part there is a sarcophagus with the relics of Emperor Dusan, and on the north, the tomb where the remains of Patriarch German are. The church has ... Read More »

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