VISIT SERBIA: Belgrade Panoramic & Walking Sightseeing Tour
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VISIT SERBIA: Belgrade Panoramic & Walking Sightseeing Tour

3 h
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Stop At: The Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade 11000 Serbia

 Terazije Square
 King Milan Street
 Old and New Palace
 Belgrade Palace – Beogradjanka
 Student cultural center
 Yugoslav Drama Theatre
 Hotel Hilton
 Slavia Square
 Saint Sava Temple - The largest Orthodox church in the world
 National Library - Founded 1832.
 Karadjordje’s Monument and Park - Leader of the First Serbian Uprising 1804.
 Red Star and Partizan Stadion
 Dedinje – Residential part of the town
 Royal Palace
 House of Flowers – Museum of history of Yugoslavia, a place where the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito was buried
 Park Topcider – One of the oldest parks in Belgrade, located in the valley of the river Topcider
 Milosev konak – Built in 1831, in front of this building, there is one of the oldest and most beautiful platanus tree (London plane tree) in Europe, protected as a natural rarity (it is more than 400 years old)
 Kosutnjak forest – panoramic view
 Ada Ciganlija – The Belgrade Hawaii, the river island on the 4th km from the confluence of the Sava into river Danube, Belgrade's most popular destination in summer (200.000 visitors during weekend days)
 New Sava bridge Ada - The most upstream Belgrade bridge across the Sava, 930 m long, 45 m wide, with a 200 m high pylon
 Belgrade Fair - 14 halls, 100.000 m2 of exhibition space
 The main bus and train stations, bombed buildings during NATO-bombing 1999.
 Project “Belgrade Waterfront” – Presentation, 1.850.000 m2 of residential and offices properties
 Sava bridge for trams – The smallest bridge in Belgrade and the only one for trams
 Sava Centre - Congress, cultural and business centre for multifunctional activities, opened in 1979, with the largest audience in the hall for the former Yugoslavia (4.000 seats)
 Belgrade Arena - multipurpose hall in New Belgrade intended for sports, culture, entertainment, exhibition and other events (20.000 seats)
 Genex Tower - Western City Gate, a height of 115 m, the second highest skyscraper in Belgrade
 Zemun (town in a town) - Gardos - located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube and representing a touristic spirit of Belgrade
 Hotel "Yugoslavia" - opened in 1969. It was the largest and most modern hotel in former Yugoslavia
 Grand Casino - the largest casino in the Western Balkans
 Usce – the business and shopping centre
 Branko’s bridge – bridge of brotherhood and unity, daily cross for 100,000 vehicles
 Terazije Square
 Serbian Orthodox Cathedral – the biggest church in principalities of Serbia
 Kafana “ Question mark “ – One of the oldest houses and the oldest saved kafana’s in Belgrade, history on a plate
 Konak of princess Ljubica – The most representative city house from the first half of the 19th century
 Belgrade Patriarchate - ecclesiastical authority Serbian Orthodox Church
 Kalemegdan Park – The largest Belgrade Park and the most important cultural and historical complex
 Belgrade Fortress –Around this City fortress the present Belgrade grew
 Knez Mihailo’s Street – pedestrian zone and shopping centre, the oldest and most valuable monumental urban environment
 The Republic Square - central city square
 Terazije Square- The most famous square in Belgrade

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  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Audio Guide (English)
  • English Speaking Driver
  • English Speaking Host (for walking tour)
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Near public transportation
  • Stroller accessible
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 50 travelers


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