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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 Historic Private Walking Tour
"Your time travel starts at Kalemegdan park that surrounds Belgrade Fortress. This is the place where the most distant past can be seen and where Belgrade started as a human settlement very long time ago. It is the most logical spot to begin unfolding unusual and exciting story about the 'Crossroads of the Worlds'. Walk through 'Stambol' and 'Clock' gates and enjoy ope 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.Leaving the park and passing by beautiful French embassy reaching the Patriarchate
From EUR8.00
 
Belgrade Private Half Day Sightseeing Tour
"After hotel pick-up you'll drive to Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan park. This is the place where the most distant past can be seen and where Belgrade started as a human settlement very long time ago. It is the most logical spot to begin unfolding unusual and exciting story about Belgrade - the 'Crossroads of the Worlds'. You'll enjoy superb views at the confluence of Sav New Belgrade and Zemun.Then you will proceed to the heart of the city the Republic square with monument to Prince Michael and buildings of National Theater and National Museum. Short walk to the Prince Michael (Knez Mihajlova) pedestrian street
From EUR17.00

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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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Kalemegdan – Belgrade Fortress

I agree with others that Belgrade has quite a lot of traffic jams, but i think that's normal for big European cities (I'm from Bucharest so i know what i'm talking about :). I have to point out some...
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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

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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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 is a steep cobbled street. In the early twentieth century it was a Bohemian, artistic quarter frequented by poets, artists, writers. Nowadays it is lined with restaurants such as The Two...
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cathedral Saint Sava

This is a huge building which can be seen from a long way away. Saint Sava was the first Archbishop of Serbia. He lived from 1169 to 1236. This church is built on the site where Saint Sava’s remains...
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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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Slow Trains

I do like to travel by train and they are cheap in Serbia, but rains can be incredible slow there, in my experience, particular Belgrade to Budapest, sometimes i thought i could go out pick some...
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Prasnjavi

"Belgrade, sweet Belgrade"
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Aurorae

"B E L G R A D E"
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"My home town"
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