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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
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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
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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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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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exchanging money in Belgrade

The official currency of Serbia is dinar (rsd) so you may need to exchange your dollars, euros or pounds to dinars. We changed some euros at the airport (in 2014 was 100e=11500rsd) but also later...
Dec 20, 2015

surrounded by police

We stayed at the center walking everywhere around with no problem, locals seemed friendly when we needed directions, nothing really to worry about in Belgrade. We felt relaxed and safe although...
Dec 20, 2015

Traffic jam

Belgrade is huge city. Belgrade itself is quite a challenge regard traffic. You may expect traffic jam always. It is especially hard to navigate trough it by car. Usually rush hours are early in the...
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Jun 11, 2015


Belgrade is choked with traffic, and almost all of it very old cars with bad engines. About half of the cars are old Yugos, which pollute the air like the Trabants of East Berlin, leaving a pall of...
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Jan 08, 2014


The locals don't seem to like the Rroma, and will tell you that they are thieves. A large Rroma encampment was pointed out to me as we approached Belgrade, and it really looked a mess, but the Serb...
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Jan 08, 2014
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General Safety

Belgrade is rated a medium risk by the US State Department, putting it on a par with most big cities in the world, safer than Warsaw and edgier than Oslo.Belgrade felt relaxed and safe. I felt very...
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Jan 08, 2014

Alpha Bank Currency Exchange or Not!!!

I was unable to buy any Dinars at Heathrow Airport's terminal 4 - so I decided to exchange some Russian Roubles at Belgrade airport for Serbian Dinars. The bank details are:Alpha BankAerodrom Nikola...
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Oct 08, 2011


We went by 3 taxi's to the first dinner evening may 23th.We took it at trg Republike as it was raining and paid between 1600 en 2100.I understood it had to be more something like 400.The meter of the...
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Jun 10, 2011

Dog Poo and falling rubble

Well apparently there are no poo police in Belgrade and owners rarely clean up after their pets so watch your step. Stray dogs though not a bother otherwise add thier contribution.And if you are...
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Jun 05, 2011

taxi rip offs

One night a bunch of us jumped in 3 taxis at Trg Republik because it was raining. A 20 minute walk, but even so.Well, fares ranged fro 3.5k to 1.7k dinar. Should have been about 500 dinar tops.Best to...
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May 27, 2011

Parking Zones

The city of Belgrade's divided into 3 zones, meaning that parking's allowed for 1 (the 1st zone), 2 (the 2nd zone) or 3hours (the 3rd zone)! So, to avoid any problems (e.g.your car being taken away),...
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Apr 04, 2011

police officers

If you travel by car be careful with police officers. In many cases they stop you and traying to find any reason to punish you. It is trick and after some drama pause they expect some money from you...
Jul 08, 2010

Dont cheek out luxury cars

Some of Belgrade people are how to say sons and doughters of politicians or just rich ``Bussismen``. They love to park in front of bars to show off their expensive cars. Because money...
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Jan 23, 2010

Top Hotels in Belgrade

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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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

Walking to the end of Knez Mihailova Street we reached Kalemegdan, the beautiful park located on the hill/ridge above the meeting point of Sava and Danube rivers, a popular area for visitors and...
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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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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 (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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"Belgrade, sweet Belgrade"
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"B E L G R A D E"
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"My home town"
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