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How to spend Your weekend in Belgrade - recommendation of Tourist organization of Belgrade

Tourist Organization of Belgrade

The citizens of Belgrade like all sorts of things: pleasant conversations and long walks, drinking their morning coffee or days off work, they also love it when they find freshly baked warm bread in the local bakery. They like being in motion and therefore the streets, walkways, cafes and restaurants are always filled with people.Why don’t you enjoy it that this weekend, the spring is here!

Walk Through Antique Singidunum

Organized by Tourist Organization of Belgrade

Departure: Sundays at 11h, at the Monument to Prince Mihailo
Language: Serbian-English
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: 200 dinars
Tickets: Tourist Information Centre  Knez Mihaiova 6

Contemporary Belgrade rests on the remains of the once powerful antique Singidunum built by the Romans during the 1st century A.D. There are few surviving antique monuments, and those not destroyed lie beneath the modern city. Roman lamps, ceramic bowls, remains of hearths, legionary barracks, trenches, kilns, Roman graves and fortification lines lie beneath out feet, along the line from Republic Square to the Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park.

Route: Republic Square, Vasina Street, Students’ Square, Plateau in front of the Faculty of Philosophy, Uzun Mirkova, Belgrade Fortress (Gallery of the Belgrade Fortress), plateau at the Victor Monument (view of the southern wall, lapidarium next to the Belgrade Cultural Heritage Protection Institute, Kalemegdan Park, Great Gunpowder Store, Library of the City of Belgrade (Roman Hall), Knez Mihailova, Čika Ljubina Street, Republic Square

Sightseeing by Tram

Tram Called Belgrade – guided tourist sightseeing
The program of tram sightseeing is free of charge.
Duration: 60 minutes
Route: starting at the turn at the zoo, Tadeuša Košćuška Street, stopping at Kalemegdan, the pier, Karađorđeva Street at the Railway Stations, Nemanjina, Resavska, Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard to the Monument to Vuk, Kraljice Marije, Džordža Vašingtona, Cara Dušana to Beko.

Applications: Tourist Information Centre, Knez Mihailova 6, Open: 09 to 21h, Sunday 10-15h. Applications with an ID.

Limited number of spots – 25 persons


- Friday:
19h to 20h – Serbian language tour
20h to 21h – English language tour

- Saturday:
17h to 18h – Serbian language tour
18h to 19h – English language tour

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