Stopover Belgrade airport Nikola Tesla
We will choose the most beautiful tour of Belgrade for you based on your available time, more precisely the time differences between your flights.
Our tourist guide will wait for you with a board with your name on it and return you to Nikola Tesla Airport after the excursion.
If you have less than 5 hours, we go sightseeing in the center of Belgrade.
It would be logical to start our journey through Belgrade from its rivers, at the mouth, in the very center of the city, on the border of the Balkans and Central Europe. From the banks of the Sava and the Danube, a wonderful and unforgettable view of the Belgrade Fortress opens up. Our guide will tell you about nature, culture, history and the life of Belgraders.
Belgrade Fortress - Kalemegdan
After listening to our guide, a tour of the Belgrade Fortress, one of the largest in Europe, follows. We will visit the remains of the city of Despot Stefan Lazarević, enjoy the most beautiful panoramas of the city, visit the churches of St. Rose and St.Petka, the Open-Air Military Museum, Kalemegdan Park.
Sights in the center of Belgrade
Cathedral of the Holy Archangel Michael, Konak Kneginje Ljubice, tavern "Znak Pitanja", Knez Mihailova - the main pedestrian street of Belgrade, Trg Republike. Free time to relax and visit the famous Skadarlija, a popular bohemian street. A break for lunch and refreshments and our guide will definitely recommend the best. After the refreshment, there will be a tour of the sights in King Milan Street and on King Alexander Boulevard - the National Assembly of Serbia, Novi and Stari Dvor, the Church of St. Mark and Tasmajdan Park.
Temple of Saint Sava
One of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, this monumental building is dedicated to the first Serbian archbishop and founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Saint Sava. Visible from all parts of Belgrade, the temple is, not only because of its grandeur, a symbol of spirituality and freedom.
If you have 7 or more hours of time, we continue the tour
Museum of Yugoslavia
The Museum of Yugoslavia is dedicated to one of the most powerful countries in Europe in the second half of the 20th century. The museum contains more than 200,000 exhibits from the life of Yugoslavia with an emphasis on the life and work of Marshal Josip Broz Tito.
Residence of Prince Milos
The place where all important events from that period took place, the place where the assembly met and where decisions were made regarding the future of the Serbian people. It is located in the beautiful Topčider Park, the oldest in Serbia.
Belgrade Sea. Ada Ciganlija, a favorite picnic spot of Belgraders, full of natural resources, not far from the city center. The lake is about 4 km long and an average width of 200 m, where there is a beach and swimming area, as well as cafes and restaurants located around the lake. We recommend enjoying the sun loungers along the coast.
Located on the banks of the Danube, Zemun offers a unique experience and must be seen as a tourist attraction. Take a walk along the Zemun quay, have a coffee above the promenade, next to the famous Gardoš tower, a lookout point with a magnificent view of the city.
Meeting place with a guide - Nikola Tesla Airport.
The duration of the tour is adjusted to the time difference between your flights, on which the price also depends.
The price includes the services of a tourist guide and a return transfer to the airport.
Tour Operator Licence 69/2022 Belgrade, Serbia
+381 60 572 02 55
+381 64 130 05 25
+381 64 567 73 40
Viber / WhatsApp
Rada Neimara 23. Belgrade1000 Serbia