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Belgrade Walks
Belgrade Walks

What do the impressions of a city depend on? The city we visit for the first time primarily attracts us for its people, its boulevards and walkways, shores and gardens, sunsets, cafes and restaurants, museums, rhythm of life, entertainment.

Belgrade is constantly boiling, one can feel the life of a city at the border of two civilizations pulsing on the confluence of Sava and Danube, under Avala. The charm of Belgrade is simply irresistible. See for yourself! Tourist guides await at the places of departure.

The Cultural Heritage of Topčider Tour
The Cultural Heritage of Topčider Tour

  Since the 19th century the urban planning of Topčider (one of Belgrade’s many hills) was envisioned as a city oasis, with numerous parks, picnic spots, large areas of forest and greenery. Hidden within it are numerous villas, summer houses and art studios built at the beginning of the 20th century. Through the “Cultural Heritage of Topčider” tour we will reveal three hidden architectural gems of this area of Belgrade. We will visit two cultural institutions, which once were villas, and a very special museum. All of them share an interesting history and architecture,...

FREE WALKING TOUR
FREE WALKING TOUR

HISTORY AND HERITAGE FREE WALKING TOUR Learn about our roots, religion, mentality, our history but also insides to the rich Serbian heritage. You will find out about special customs and celebrations that are only celebrated in Serbia. On the on the way to the Temple of St. Sava we will show you the oldest hotel in Belgrade, then Nikola Pasic square and tell you how Serbia was involved in the I and II World War. We will pass by National Assembly, Old Palace and you will find out more about Serbian royal dynasties. After we will pass by St. Marko’s church and the building that is still...

BELGRADE WALKING TOURS
BELGRADE WALKING TOURS

FREE 20TH CENTURY TOUR Get to know history and architecture of turbulent period in Serbian development. See the Republic Square, the Albania palace, Terazije square with famous Hotel Moscow, National parliament, Belgrade city assembly and presidency, Tasmajdan park, the Saint Marko church, Russian Orthodox church, Radio-Television of Serbia - 1999 NATO bombing memorial, the monuments "Why?" and "We were just children", the Faculty of Law. We will pass by Nikola Tesla museum and walk through beautiful Vračar streets to Slavija square, National library of Serbia and glorious Saint Sava...