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Although it may be hard to believe, people compare Belgrade to London – the only other European capital where one can order a full course dinner at 4:00 am and get it too!!! This only comes to prove that Belgrade is a vibrant city, surprising in its diversity and rich in its history. It is therefore a true challenge to offer a comprehensive picture of the Serbian capital city in just a few hours, but there are some sights of the city that have become its landmarks and that no visitor can leave the city without having seen them. The “Highlights of Belgrade” tour strives to show you exactly this: the best that the capital has to offer. Following a pick up at your hotel I combine a panoramic drive through the newer quarters of the city with a walk through Kalemegdan – the ancient fortress of Belgrade that guards the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. You shall see the impressive New Royal Palace and Old Royal Palace (outside views only) – now hosting the City Hall and the office of the Serbian Prime Minister. You’ll also visit the fancy Dedinje neighborhood with its villas and embassies, where also the memorial for Marshall Tito, “The House of Flowers” is to be found. The long Kneza Milosa Avenue, where embassies, public buildings and bombed ruins of the recent conflict coexist, is the back-bone road of the city and a must-see, too. The giant and still unfinished St Sava Orthodox cathedral is the largest of its kind on the Balkans and rapidly turning into the landmark of the capital. But in order to see how a Serbian Orthodox church looks like from the inside we should rather stop at the Patriarchy church, located just above the tourist port. And of course, you would not get to take the pulse of the city unless you took a moment to enjoy a rich, dark “Turkish” coffee in one of the many cafes that line up Kneza Mihaila Street, the pedestrian shopping avenue of Belgrade. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel or upon request, at any location in the town if you prefer to continue exploring/shopping on your own.

If in Serbia for the first time, take the « Highlights of Belgrade » city tour

Although it may be hard to believe, people compare Belgrade to London – the only other European capital where one can order a full course dinner at 4:00 am and get it too!!! This only comes to prove that Belgrade is a vibrant city, surprising in its diversity and rich in its history. It is therefore a true challenge to offer a comprehensive picture of the Serbian capital city in just a few hours, but there are some sights of the city that have become its landmarks and that no visitor can leave the city without having seen them.
The “Highlights of Belgrade” tour strives to show you exactly this: the best that the capital has to offer. Following a pick up at your hotel I combine a panoramic drive through the newer quarters of the city with a walk through Kalemegdan – the ancient fortress of Belgrade that guards the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. You shall see the impressive New Royal Palace and Old Royal Palace (outside views only) – now hosting the City Hall and the office of the Serbian Prime Minister. You’ll also visit the fancy Dedinje neighborhood with its villas and embassies, where also the memorial for Marshall Tito, “The House of Flowers” is to be found. The long Kneza Milosa Avenue, where embassies, public buildings and bombed ruins of the recent conflict coexist, is the back-bone road of the city and a must-see, too. The giant and still unfinished St Sava Orthodox cathedral is the largest of its kind on the Balkans and rapidly turning into the landmark of the capital. But in order to see how a Serbian Orthodox church looks like from the inside we should rather stop at the Patriarchy church, located just above the tourist port. And of course, you would not get to take the pulse of the city unless you took a moment to enjoy a rich, dark “Turkish” coffee in one of the many cafes that line up Kneza Mihaila Street, the pedestrian shopping avenue of Belgrade. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel or upon request, at any location in the town if you prefer to continue exploring/shopping on your own.

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