Sailing down the longest Belgrade tour, you will be able to see all eight bridges in the city, the six on Sava river, and the two over Danube. Moreover, there is the Kalemegdan fortress, Nebojša tower, Little Horse and the Great War island, the confluence of the two rivers, as well as the weekend houses of the fishermen. You can see the beautiful city of Zemun and the Millennium tower, New Belgrade block shaped buildings, the ex-building of the Yugoslavian Communist party Central committee (Ušće shopping center). There are rafts and clubs for exciting nightlife, Savamala, the monument raised at the spot of the WWII "Staro sajmiste" prison camp. You can see the future "Belgrade Waterfront", the ship "Dragor" - royal ship that sailed on the rivers in the former country, Belgrade Fair, and the city beach, Ada Ciganlija. While we sail, you can listen to the stories about the city and its former and modern residents. Our guides speak Serbian, Spanish, and English language.
The tour lasts for 90 minutes. We offer the day tour where you can enjoy the sunset, and the night tour. The ticket costs 1250 RSD (10 EUR) for grownups, 600 RSD (5 EUR) for kids up to the age of 12, and the children younger than 7 do not have to pay. You can order drinks on the ship. Full capacity is 45 passengers, so please, book your place in advance. The minimum number of passengers required is 12. The meeting point for the tour is the main entrance to the Kalemegdan fortress park, 30 minutes before. You can also rent the ship, but we have to add that the ship cannot be rented when it already has booked tours.