Belgrade Guided City Tour
Come with us on an unforgettable tour of the capital of Serbia. Our guide will tell you about the culture, history, customs and life of Belgraders. The tour includes a visit to the most popular sights of Belgrade and consists of a walking tour of the city center, sightseeing from vehicles as well as transfers and tours of the site according to the program.
Departure from your address. Duration 5 to 7 hours.
Belgrade lies on the banks of two large international rivers and somehow it would be logical to start our sightseeing from them. Right here in the very center of the city, at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, on the border of the Balkans and Central Europe, the famous Belgrade marks its ancient beginnings. The river and the galley of full sails on it, above which the Belgrade Fortress dominates, are recognizable symbols of the city and are located on the coat of arms of Belgrade.
Belgrade Fortress - Kalemegdan
After listening to an interesting story of our guide about Belgrade, we are very pleased to visit the magnificent and one of the largest in Europe, with a 24-century history - Belgrade Fortress. Many empires left their mark here: Roman, Byzantine, Serbian, Hungarian, Ottoman, Austrian and Yugoslav. As an important strategic point, it met many armies, was a field for achieving various military-political goals and an excellent witness to the ferocity of the conquerors and the brave defenses of the protectors of the city.
During our excursion, we introduce you to the turbulent history of the city, while, as witnesses, the seals of time and events can be seen on every stone of the Belgrade Fortress. We will visit the remains of the city of Despot Stefan Lazarević (from where you can enjoy the most beautiful panoramas), the churches of St. Rose and St. Petka, the Pobednik monument, the Open-Air Military Museum, and Kalemegdan Park.
Sights in the center of Belgrade
Belgrade, one of the oldest cities in Europe, with its rich history, in which it was destroyed to the ground more than 40 times and rebuilt from the ashes of wars, grew into a modern and contemporary megalopolis with the love and will of its citizens. Like no other big city, Belgrade has managed to preserve its recognizable charm, culture and tradition. On the pedestrian part of the excursion, we will visit some of the most important sights of the historic city center.
Cathedral of the Holy Archangel Michael, Kosančićev venac, Konak Kneginje Ljubice, tavern "Znak Pitanja", Knez Mihailova Street, Trg Republike, National Museum.
Free time or a visit to the famous street of Bohemian Skadarlija. Rest and break for lunch and refreshment in one of the old taverns in Skadarlija, and our guides will definitely recommend the best. The break is followed by a tour of the National Assembly of Serbia, the New and Old Palace, the Church of St. Mark.
Temple of Saint Sava
We will visit one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, which with its monumentality and importance rightly represents the symbol and silhouette of the capital of Serbia. He was consecrated and raised in the name and glory of the first Serbian archbishop, Saint Sava.
Once a city for itself, and today perhaps the most beautiful part of Belgrade. Originated from the Roman Taurunum. Zemun has its historical center, authentic old streets, the Millennium Tower Gardoš, the quay on the Danube, the beach Lido and the famous cafes and invites you to a unique walk and experience.
Museum of Yugoslavia
It is dedicated to the greatness and idea of Yugoslavia and Josip Broz Tito - a person who marked an epoch and who can be said to be recognizable all over the world. The complex includes the "House of Flowers", while through the standard setting of the Museum of the Revolution, find out how the idea was transformed into a state that has disappeared.
Partizan and Red Star stadiums
Only a few cities in Europe can be proud of the fact that two city clubs played the finals of the Champions League. Belgrade is one of them. We will be honored to introduce you to sports in Belgrade and Serbia. Eternal rivals, black and red white.
Residence of Prince Milos
The residence of Prince Miloš Obrenović was built in 1831 as a building of the prince's complex, from which the affairs of the whole of Serbia were managed. It is located on Topčider, officially the first landscaped park in Belgrade, which is decorated with plane trees, one of the oldest and largest in this part of the world.
Belgrade Sea. That is how we, Belgraders, call Ada Ciganlija. An oasis for relaxation all year round and a favorite beach in the summer months. During our sightseeing, we take a break on the beach and deck chairs in one of the cafes or restaurants located on the shores of Lake Sava.
Meeting place with a tour guide is at the reception of your hotel or at your address.
Excursion duration is from 5 to 7 hours. Departure time is at 10.00 or by appointment.
Price depends on the number of people. The price includes tourist guide services and transfer.
Tour Operator Licence 069/2022
Rada Neimara 23.