011 630 5500 i 011 2459 536     Njegoševa 41, Beograd

011 630 5500 i 011 2459 536 Radno vreme: Ponedeljak - Petak 09-20h Subota 09-15h


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Belgrade full day sightseeing tour (walking and bus tour) - Meeting of our group will be in front of hotel Moskva at the previously arranged time. Our licensed tour guide will wait for you in front one of the oldest hotels in the city. After short introduction we will begin our journey through history of Belgrade...


Belgrade full day sightseeing tour (walking and bus tour)


Tour program:
Meeting of our group will be in front of hotel Moskva at the previously arranged time. Our licensed tour guide will wait for you in front one of the oldest hotels in the city. After short introduction we will begin our journey through history of Belgrade.

When we start our tour we will walk pass the building called Palata Albanija (Palace Albania) via Knez Mihailova street and stop at The Republic Square. The Republic Square is the main city square where we will see the monument dedicated to Knez Mihailo (liberator of the city from the Ottoman Empire), National Museum, National Theatre… We will continue our tour through Knez Mihailova street, main pedestrian city zone. At the end of the street we will take a left to the oldest city restaurant (kafana) called “ ? “, Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox church and the residence of Princess Ljubica. We will continue tour and go to the Belgrade Fortress – Kalemegdan, the gem of the city. The Fortress that lies at the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube was first constructed during XIII century and was perfected by Austro Hungarian builders. We will begin our tour of the Kalemegdan Fortress from the high ground where you will have the perfect view of Novi Beograd and Zemun and then continue our tour to the Monument of Gratitude to France, Serbian ally from the First World War. After that we will reach the Statue of Victor, the symbol of Belgrade.  From Kalemegdan we will continue our tour to the part of the city called Dorcol. By walking through Dorcol’s narrow streets we will reach Bajrakli mosque, the oldest and the only preserved mosque in Belgarde. Close to Bajrakli mosque is place where we will take a short brake in Caffe&Bar Avanturist, authentic bar which represents a perfect place for all travelers.

After the break we will continue our sightseeing tour by bus. We will start from Francuska street passing by The Republic Square, Terazije, National Assembly, City hall and Pioneers park. After that will take right to Kneza Milosa street and move to the residential area of Belgrade. On our way we will see headquarters of the Serbian Government and other state buildings and embassies. The first place where we will have short stop will be Beli Dvor, the residential palace of the Karadjordjevic, Serbian royal family. After this we will continue to other significant building of the resent history of this city. The mausoleum of Josip Broz Tito also known as the House of Flowers that represents end of the communist era. Today it serves as a Museum of Yugoslav History. You will have a time for a short tour of this museum (tickets are included in price). After the visit we will take a bus and pass by the stadiums of Partizan and Red Star on our way to St. Sava Temple. This is the place of great Serbian tradition and it represents one of the most significant places in Belgrade. On the plateau you can also see the National Library and monument dedicated to Vozd Karadjordje. You will have free time to look around and visit St. Sava Temple. After this visit we will return back to the bus and pass through Slavija Square, one of the major city traffic junctions and take the Kralja Milana street passing by presidential building and the City Hall. We will finish our tour just across hotel Moskva, our Belgrade tour meeting point.


Price: from 34€ per person

Duration: 8h cca

Price includes: One drink at Caffe Bar Avanturist , Tickets for the House of Flowers, tourist bus coach, tour guide for selected language. During the bus panoramic sightseeing bus will stop at House of Flowers and St. Sava Temple.


Belgrade is the only capital in Europe which is positioned on two rivers – the Danube and the Sava. In fact, it sits at the confluence of these two rivers for around 7,000 years. Over its long and tumultuous history, the Serbian capital has been destroyed 40 times and changed rulers over 60 times. 
Although it is one of the world's oldest cities and being inhabited since the 279 BC, the contemporary Belgrade – Beograd or the White City - is thoroughly cosmopolitan, with large avenues, neoclassical and art-nouveau edifices next to the contemporary buildings and high-standard hotels. It is a modern European city where everyone feel at home in no time. 


Belgrade is a home to more than 2 million people. It is the political, social, cultural, financial and commercial center of Serbia. Its present-day urban scenery reflects rocky history, multi-cultural personality as well as the world-class infrastructure and facilities. Belgrade offers high standard accommodation, indulgent shopping, endless wining and dining, and a lively, very pulsating nightlife. In a nutshell - affordable hedonism throughout the year.


With its casual atmosphere, Belgrade offers a spontaneous welcome to visitors. With its huge accommodation capacities Serbian capital can provide a fine lodgings to one and all who come for a visit no matter of the reason. The rich offer is ranging from inexpensive hostels to five-star hotels and top-notch suites.   

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