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Belgrade Layover Tour: Private City Sighteeing Tour with Round-Trip Airport or Hotel Transport
"Your guide will pick you up at the airport. First you will pass New Belgrade the modern commercial and residential center.As you continue on your way is Zemun part of a city which has been developing under influence of Austria- Hungarian Empire. Zemun is known by its numerous bakeries where delicious pastry is made. You will have a break at a local cafe so you rest from your trip and enjoy a drink with the locals while overlooking the Danube River.Continuing your sightseeing you will visit the old Belgrade. Your first stop is Belgrade fortress
From $69.00
 
Belgrade Private City Tour
"Start the tour from the arranged point and the first building we see is the Old palace today’s City Assembly of Belgrade. Built in 1884 for the needs of King Milan Obrenovic the first Serbian King. After the Palace we move to one of the most important streets in Belgrade which carries the name of Prince Milos Obrenovic. The street holds important buildings such as embassies and ministries. The tour continues to Dedinje Belgrade’s most prestigious residential areas where Serbian kings had their palaces. Belgrade has four Palaces two of them are situated on Dedinje
From EUR28.00
 
Serbia Explained: Belgrade Cultural Walking Tour
"This tour is a comprehensive insight into Belgrade's destiny and spirit shared with its inhabitants for thousands of years. It brings this exciting and turbulent often confusing and puzzling strategic spot closer to visitors making its history and turmoils easier to understand. There is time allocated for Q&A and discussion on intriguing topics of Serbian and Balkan history and Yugoslavia.  park that surrounds Belgrade Fortress. It is the place to see the most distant past and where Belgrade started as a human settlement thousands of years ago. It is the most logical spot to begin unfolding unusual and exciting story about the the city known as 'The Crossroads of the Worlds'. Walk through 'Stam New Belgrade Zemun and 'Victor Monument"" one of the symbols of the city. Continuing through 'King's Gate' and rest of the Kalemegdan park with number of monuments. After leaving the park and passing by beautiful Art-Deco French embassy
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Events in Belgrade-BELEF

Belgrade Summer Festival-different events like plays, exhibitions, concerts held at different spots in the city, usually in the outdoors like fortresses, streets, squares, the river banks...The time...
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Events in Belgrade-"The Street of Open Heart"

The Street of Open Heart is held in Svetogorska Street on January the 1st. In fact, it is the New Year Carnival. The highlights of the event is the participation of the actors from Atelje 212 Belgrade...
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Gastronomy Guide- grilled meat

When you come in Serbia you will be very satisfied with our meals, especially with grilled meat.Serbian grilled meat specialties have become a symbol of domestic cuisine with CEVAPCICI at the top of...
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Sajam Knjiga

All book lovers, the end of October is perfect time to visit Belgrade! It's the time when Belgrade International Book Fair (Medjunarodni Beogradski Sajam Knjiga) takes place. Here you can find a great...
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Ušće park

A lovely park at the confluence of Sava river into the Danube! This particular view is the alley where every important person from the world politics planted a tree in the post WWII area, during...
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Sv. Vasilije Ostroški

The church of St. Vasilije Ostroški is situated on Novi Beograd (New Belgrade), at Bežanijska kosa. It is rather new, completed only couple of years ago. I live nearby. :)It's a pretty weird, unusual...
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Tourist info

The Tourist info is very helpfull and they speak English very well. They are an example for many other tourist information agencies. You can get free maps here and they give you the additional "where...
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A Souvenir that makes you an instant billionaire

Though you don't see many tourists, they are around. So you also are able to buy some souvenirs. A good option is to buy a pack of banknotes. Locals usually sell these for about 4/5 Euro in the park....
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Tourist information centres

- Belgrade Airport, Phone: 601-555, 605-555 ext. 2638(09.00-20.00)- Central Railway Station, Phone: 361-2732, 36-12-645(09.00-20.00, sat 09.00-17.00, sunday closed)- Terazije, pedestrian subway by...
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Festivals galore!

There are different festivals and cultural events in Belgrade all year round. For example the Film festival in March (this year it was opened by Catherine Denevue), the upcoming beer festival or...
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Vegetarians you can relax!

I read on so many pages of VT that vegetarians will die in Belgrade and find it impossible to find anything without meat. I don't think it's really that hard, there are many great and tasty things to...
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Buy this book!

A huge problem for tourists visiting Belgrade is that there is very little tourist information available. However, there is one book that is great and should be read by anybody visitng Belgrade, I...
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GASTRONOMY GUIDE- MAIN COURSE

BEANS is among the favorite local dishes that come in many forms, from soup to chowder, vegetarian and "army style". Beans are cooked with chopped onions, bay leaf and addition of meats, diced bacon...
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Gastronomy Guide - more meat

No celebration is complete without SPIT-ROASTED MEAT. But, why only holidays and celebrations? Traveling across our country, you will note spit-roasted lambs or suckling pigs above coal grill as a...
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Top Hotels in Belgrade

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Milentija Popovica 5, P.O. Box 067, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia
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Vladimira Popovica 10, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia
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Balkanska br.1, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Ruzveltova 35, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Obilicev Venac 28, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Top Things to Do in Belgrade

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Kalemegdan – Belgrade Fortress

Kalemegdan fortress (and adjusted park) is famous Belgrade landmark and popular tourist attraction. This area is divided on Upper Town and Lower Town. Upper Town is now park. You can find there...
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Knez Mihajlova street - ulica Kneza Mihaila

Knez Mihailova street isone of oldest and definitely most famous street in Belgrade. This is one of oldest street in city, main pedestrian and shopping zone and it is protected by law. Many...
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Stari Grad

This is another very pleasant square with shady seats and lots of statues. The ethnographic Museum is located here. Nearby is the tomb of Sheik Mustapha. We sat here fr a while to escape the sun and...
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Zemun

One of the best things we did in Belgrade was to take the bus (15 or 84) to Zemun. Once (before 1934) a separate town it is now a lovely suburb of general Belgrade area. Located on the right bank of...
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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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Skadarlija

Skadarlija (officially Skadarska street) is a centrally (300m from Republic square) pedestrian street that is full of restaurants and café. This small street (less than 400meters) is a great spot to...
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Prasnjavi

"Belgrade, sweet Belgrade"
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Jeca011

"WHITE TOWN"
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Aurorae

"B E L G R A D E"
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ruki

"My home town"
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mindcrime

"4 days in Belgrade"
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