Belgrade Things to Do

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  • 1. Kalemegdan

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Military Museum is located at the Kalemegdan in Belgrade. It was founded in 1878 and consists of – as the name says – military items. There are numerous ancient and modern items; from Roman swords...

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  • 2. Knez Mihajlova street & Trg Republike

    One of the first brand that came to Serbia after the democratic changes after 2000... Trully affordable and stylish attire for both men and women.. very often good discounts. I liked the interior and...

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  • 3. Stari Grad

    Municipality Old town (Stari grad) covering mostly part of historical core of Belgrade. This area is protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable city monuments. Here you could see with...

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  • 4. Danube & Sava river

    After exploring of historical core of Belgrade it is nice to seat on one of bench along Sava promenade and enjoy in view over confluence rivers Sava and Danube. Even more, I recommend you to see...

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  • 5. Slavija & Vracar

    St. Sava Temple or the Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade, is an Orthodox church, the largest in the Balkans, and one of the 10 largest church buildings in the world. It is well known landmarks of...

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  • 6. Zemun

    It is an old neighbourhood on the Denube. Actually it used to be a town about 100 years ago but it’s already part of the capital. It is known for many small squares. On one of them there is an open...

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  • 7. Skadarlija

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I visited Skadarlija several times. I think is interesting and during day and during night but with different atmosphere. I am budget tourist but I think is good to finish your day in Belgrade with...

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  • 8. Dorcol

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dorcol is one of oldest parts of Belgrade. I love that part of town. For the start visit Church of Aleksandar Nevski. This church has interesting history. 1876 Russian come to Serbia to help their...

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  • 9. Dedinje

    Red Star is the most popular team in town – I have seen figures that say something like 50% Red Star and maybe 30% Partizan. The team has been fairly successful in its time and won a UEFA Champions...

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  • 10. Novi Beograd

    Novi Beograd is seat of Novi Beograd municipality. It was build after WWII (from 1948) but today is new city within city. Novi Beograd is part of Belgrade where you can see clash of different...

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  • 11. Bulevar Revolucije

    The 2 bronze sculptures in front of the Federal Building, officially called 'Igrali se konji vrani' (Black horses are playing), symbolize the victory of a man over evil. The sculptures were designed...

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  • 12. Terazije

    This is 1 of Belgrade's most famous squares, packed with shops, department stores, well-known restaurants, hotels and cinemas. It got its name from the old Turkish word for scales. The picture's...

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  • 13. Srpskih Vladara

    Once the Officers' Club, built in 1895 with the financial support of King Aleksandar I Obrenovic, this unusual yellow building's been the seat of the Students' Cultural Centre since 1971. Here you can...

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  • 14. Visit Belgrade Fair

    The Belgrade Fair (Serbian: Београдски сајам, read: Beogradski sajam)...

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  • 15. Tito's Mausoleum

    The curator of the Aircraft museum gave me a Serbian history redux, during which he detailed some of the many crimes he believed the Croats had committed...

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  • 16. Escapegame

    We went to play the game as group of friends and had a wonderful time. Basically, you are playing Sherlock Holmes. You and your team are locked inside a room...

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  • 17. Yugoslavian Military Museum

    Serbia's history is long and bloody, so it's no surprise to find its military museum is fascinating. There's plenty to see from the farming implements used by...

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  • 18. Tito's Museum

    If anything this museum is an atlas of the 20th century's greatest tyrants, or at least the post-war variety. Here you can find all the gifts given to Tito by...

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  • 19. NATO bombed buildings

    I was strolling from the railway station towards the Slavija Square when I passed two ruined buildings. It turned out that they are the remains of a bombing by...

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  • 20. The House of the National Assembly

    The House of the National Assembly is located at the Nikola Pasic Square/Pionirski Park. I didn't visit the building, only admired it from the outside... Quite...

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  • 21. Pionirski Park

    Pionirski Park (the Pioneer Park) is a small park with trees and flowers, a fountain, some monuments, and dogs running loose... One of the monuments is a...

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  • 22. BEOGRAD-PALACE "Beogradjanka"

    Many people from Belgrade say that this is really ugly palace.The construction has lasted from 1969 until 1974. The project designer was Branko Pešiæ. The...

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  • 23. Belgrade in the evening ( Pobednik)

    If you are romantic, if you amorous, or if you just like to relish in some good view, you must come on Kalemegdan (Pobednik). Sun settings from here are...

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  • 24. Belgrade zoo

    Belgrade zoo (Serbian: Зоолошки врт града...

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  • 25. Ada Ciganlija

    On our last day in Belgrade we were supposed to meet our Belgrade Greeter but when he cancelled we opted to take the bus out to Ada Ciganlija, a river island on...

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