Cruising the Danube and Sava, rivers on whose confluence Belgrade is situated, is the best way to get to know one of the oldest cities in Europe, which changed name and authority many times through history.At the place where many nations and empires have been confrontating, where different cultures met, ships Trajan and Stevanske Livade tell interesting stories about the old fortress Kalemegdan, Nebojsa Tower, Big War Island, Cathedral church of St. Michael the Archangel, Belgrade fair, new Ada bridge and many other sights we provide.
In the pleasant atmosphere you will find completely new perspective of one of the largest city in south-east Europe, upcoming metropolis and Serbia’s capital - Belgrade. Belgrade is also worldwide famous for excellent food, extraordinary fun, unforgettable and unique nightlife and premium hospitality. Let us assure you of that! Start your discovery journey here, with us. Bon apetite, bon voyage and have fun!
Welcome to Belgrade and Serbia!
Daily cruises throughout the week
Evening cruises on Friday and Saturday at 18:30
Themed evening cruises: „Sunset echo“, „Night Beat“, „Balkan Ethno“, „Belgrade Evening Lounge“... once a week
Tailor made cruise with rent a ship per hour
Ships are registred for 60 people, are equipped with HQ audio system, audio guide on Serbian and English language, mini bar, toilette and mobile interior so they can be used for various purposes.
Regular daily or evening cruise: 500 dinars
Evening cruise with dinner (order on boat one hour before cruise): 2.000 dinars
Children from 7 to 12 years: 250 dinars,|
Children up to 7 years: free of charge.
Family ticket (two adults + two children): 1.000 dinars
Boarding and departure:
„Gabbiano“ marine & restaurant,
New Belgrade, Dunavski kej bb,
near hotel Yugoslavia
Cruise duration: 100 minutes
Waterway length: 20 km
Reservation by telephone before the cruise is required!
We retain the right to postpone or cancel the cruise without prior notice.
Cruising the Danube and Sava, rivers on whose confluence Belgrade is situated, is the best way to get to know one of the oldest cities in Europe, which changed name and authority many times through history.