Sights

In Belgrade, there are many sites that are interesting and may be part of your tour. Although many magnificent buildings, monuments, archives and cultural institutions were irreparably destroyed throughout the centuries, Belgrade has still managed to hold on to some gems. Below is our recommendation for the TOP 5 sites not to miss on your White City tour!

 

 

Kalemegdan


Kalemegdan Kalemegdan is the largest and most important historical location in Belgrade.''Kale'' is the Turkish word for “town”, “fortress”, and “megdan” means “field.” It is situated on a hill above the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It consists of the Upper Town, Lower Town (plateau) and Kalemegdan Park. The first fort here was built in the first Century BC and was the central military base for  Flavian Legion IV. More...

Knez Mihailova St


Knez Mihailova St Knez Mihailova Street is named after Prince Mihailo Obrenovic, one of the most important rulers of the modern Serbian state. This is the main pedestrian street where the Belgradians like to loiter, shop, and drink an espresso (or two). The street is a buzz with local street musicians and do not miss the lovely stalls at the end where vendors sell souvenirs. More...

Kosancic Square


Kosancic Square Going down the cobbled streets of Knez Mihailova Street towards the river, you are coming to the center of the old Belgrade spirit! Kosancic Square (Venac in  Serbian means ''wreath'') was named after the hero of the Battle of Kosovo, Kosancic Ivan. Kosancic Venac is located on a hill above the harbor on Sava river, shielding the peaceful spirit of a somewhat forgotten Belgrade. More...

Skadarlija


Skadarlija The famous bohemian quarter of Belgrade since the 19th century! The spirit of old Belgrade, bars and old live music. Here you can eat well and drink regardless of whether it is day or night. Skadarlija can be your starting point for visiting Belgrade, the area of daily rest, or starting point for a crazy night out. This cobbled street is famous for authentic old café restaurants such as: More...

Zemun, Gardoš


Zemun, Gardoš Zemun is a part of Belgrade that extends along the right bank of the Danube River. Zemun was actually joined to Belgrade during the postwar construction of New Belgrade. However, most of its history it has evolved separately from Belgrade. That being said, inhabitants of Zemun will today proudly say they are primarily citizens of Zemun then of Belgrade. More...