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Belgrade Panoramic City Tour36 Reviews
Discover Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, on a guided shared group or private sightseeing tour.
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- Marvel at Belgrade's incredible skyline including the 'chess-like' grid of New Belgrade blocks
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- Take a leisurely walk through Kalemegdan and Belgrade Fortress
DescriptionFeel the beating heart of Belgrade as you discover the highlights of the center of the city. See notable landmarks such as the remarkable Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, and the Victory Monument. Drive through New Belgrade, a part of the city built in the communist era. Pass by the Palace of Serbia, its construction and facade reflect the aspiration for architectural grandiose in the second part of the 20th century. See the charming cobblestone streets, and fish restaurants in the Zemun district, the part of the city settled on the Danube river banks. Its unique spirit is visible every step of the way. Take a short coffee break before heading further with the tour. See some of the most important examples of the architectural styles of Zemun as you stroll along the river bank. Climb up Gardos Hill – the heart of Old Zemun. Its curvy cobblestone streets and tiny houses will give you the impression that Zemun is a melting pot of Mediterranean and Central European cultures. The next part of the tour involves the elite district of Dedinje with edifices of exceptionally high architectural value. Driving from Dedinje, catch a glance at the stadium of FC Red Star, a former Champions League winner. After a visit to the spectacular monument to the Unknown Hero of WWI, the work of the most significant sculptor of Yugoslavia, climb the Avala Tower via the elevators for fantastic views of the city. Hop back in the car and travel next to the hill of Vračar, crowned with Saint Sava Temple. This symbol of Belgrade, with its white and gold exterior beautifully dazzling in the sunlight, has a prominent place in the Belgrade skyline, reflecting the strong Christian Orthodox faith of Serbian. Arrive at Slavija Square and see the remains of the Serbian General Staff building, destroyed during the NATO bombing of 1999. After passing Terazije Square with its remarkable hotel Moskva, see Republic Square, the most central point of Belgrade, before the tour concludes.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected) Licensed guide Transport by air-conditioned minivan or private car
- Children under 6 years old accompanied by parents can participate in this tour for free. For children from 6 to 12 years old, a discount is offered
- Knees and shoulders must be covered for religious areas
- The minimum number of participants for a shared tour is 3. At least 24 hours before the trip, we will inform you in case there are not enough guests on tour, and we will offer a choice between: 1) canceling the tour with no fees applied; 2) changing the tour date; 3) moving to another available tour. Free pick-up is available from any hotel up to 5 km from Republic Square. If your accommodation is in the pedestrian zone, the pick-up point will be very close to your accommodation. For pick-up locations further than 5 km from Republic Square, please get in touch with us directly.