Belgrade Sightseeing

Belgrade Sightseeing

Belgrade is not just the capital of Serbia, rich in history-proud and confident. She is emotional, tempered and extremely friendly. She is a good host- waiting with her arms wide open for every new guest. Get to know Belgrade with us – you will hear about her rich, turbulent past, about  geographical position and strategic significance. You will see her best friends Danube and Sava, as well as the impressive St. Sava Church. While we pass Tito’s House of Flowers, you will find out why Josip Broz was so loved on one hand, and so hated on the other. If you already know something about Belgrade, join us for exchange of experiences and passions, because Belgrade hardly leaves anyone indifferent.

Many people love Belgrade streets, so why don’t you choose your favorite one while we go down the Boulevard Oslobodjenja, Nemanjina or Kneza Milosa street. Or, would you prefer some of the squares? Maybe never asleep Slavija square, historical Terazije, vibrant Republic square or academically and provincially enriched Students square? So famous and often described and praised by writers, Belgrade spirit can also be easily felt just by walking down Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone or taking a walk at Kalemegdan fortress. It will become more than clear to you why in past, so many countries wanted to conquer the “White City” (Belgrade). Have a cup of coffee or tea, as we take a break in one of so many popular bars, and you will realize why some foreign visitors claim that “siesta” here lasts all day long…