If you are in Belgrade for the first time, or simply are not too adventurous to explore the city on your own, we have organized city tours for you. Also, there are some things in the city to see and reveal by yourself. We offer some interesting suggestions.
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Belgrade- city center and Kalemegdan tour
Walking Belgrade provides the best opportunity to meet the city. Peek into its alleys and navigate your way through its cluster of small streets.
Sites to visit: The building of Albania, Republic Square, Knez Mihailova. Kralja Petra st, Sime Markovica st (Kosancic venac), Kalemegdan Park and Fort
(France Monument, Military Museum, Victor Monument, Observatory Rudjer Boskovic, Church of St. Petka and St. Mary).
Bus tour- expanding downtown
By bus, accompanied with an expert guide, visit an expanding city center, New Belgrade and get acquainted with the sights and history.
Sites visited: City Council, the National Assembly, Republic Square, Student Square, Belgrade Fortress, Varos Gate, New Belgrade, Topcider Park , Center, Boulevard of Liberation, Slavija Square, Nikola Pasic Square.
For most of its history, Zemun evolved independently from Belgrade. Until 1918. it was under the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and only in 1934 enters the territorial composition of Belgrade. Discover a completely different Belgrade, experience the spirit of the river, fishermen and traditional crafts, and admire the architecture of old buildings.
Recommended Route: The building of the Old Magistrate, Gospodska Street, Glavna Street, Madlenijanum, Karamata house, Gardos, Sinđelićeva Street, St. Nicholas Church, Zemun quay, Seat of the old port (Master).
Belgrade and boats– they go together like salt and pepper. It’s almost mandatory that you enjoy a boat ride while visiting. Take in the city from a distance as you cruise the two great rivers.
Maybe you did not know, but in Belgrade, there are two court complexes: City and Dedinje. Get acquainted with the history of the monarchy in this region visiting the palaces of Belgrade.
-Bus to Dedinje-Royal and White Palace (2 hours)
* Tours are organized from May to October.
Belgrade has many interesting places that are usually not covered by standard travel guides, which you can visit on your own. All you need is a little will and good hiking shoes!
Circle ‘’tram 2’’
Circle of ”tram 2” is considered the heart of old town center. Traditionally, being a citizen from the ”circle of 2” means to be a real urban type, “100% Belgradian.” Circle tram is actually a route of tram number 2 that will only set you back a mere 50 RSD.
Start from the tram no. 2 turntable- below Kalemegdan Park- over Tadeusa Košćuška St- the rims of Kalemegdan- Port- Karađorđeva St- Nemanjina- Resavska- Boulevard- Vuk Monument- Kraljice Marije St (ex 27. marta) to Dzordza Vasingtona St.
Plum, grape, honey, apple, quince, pear ..brandies of all kinds… countless flavors, different colors and variations. In a word– Rakia, Serbian brandy. The best way to warm up before a night out! Serbs are known to prefer good “drop” (rakia shot). Not only do Serbs like to drink, but they also make some of the best brandies in the world. At Rakia Bar you can become familiar with the method of making and drinking brandy by sampling their own line.
”Rakia tour”- meeting with the most famous Serbian drinks you can start anywhere in the city, but we recommend that you start tasting in one of the traditional cafe bars or specialized ”Rakia” bar located at 3 locations in the city.
Bohemian Belgrade tour– Skadarlija, trace of old kafanas
Belgradians enjoy good food and drink especially in the evening when accompanied with nice music and cheerful toasts. Discover the curiosities and oddities of Belgrade bohemian life through the old “Kafanas” of the street Skadarlija.
Narrow streets guide you to local cafés hidden in shadows of tall old trees and old façades of residental houses make-up the quiet and peaceful atmosphere of Vracar. Discover why Vračar is a favorite part of the city amongst the locals.You will find the pubs, restaurants, and cafés infused with an old-fashioned spirit, holding onto cherished dreams of yesterday. Take a tour of the area by this route: The Yugoslav Drama Theatre-Belgrade Drama Theatre-Boulevard.
Visit the famous Kalenic green market. Bargain for local organic fruits and vegetables and fawn over vintage jewelry.
Rent a bike or rollers an dgo to Ada, oasis of peace and fun!
”Sea” of Belgrade, as it is called, is the main oasis of peace, nature and relaxation, just 4km from the city center.
A variety of sports, bike trails and numerous bars and clubs have contributed Ada to become one of the most popular places of Belgrade for sports and entertainment.