Belgrade

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One of the oldest cities in Europe, built at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava, Belgrade is the modern and lively capital of Serbia. The colourful Kneza Mihailova Street entices visitors with its many shops and cafés. The Kalemegdan Fortress boasts a wonderful view of the new part of Belgrade and the island of Ada Ciganlija. Skadarlija is a paradise for all lovers of fine cuisine, and in the evening the river rafts, which have been turned into bars and clubs, is the place to go.

Weather averages in November

  • Day 11°C
  • Night 4°C
  • Rain 7

One of the oldest cities in Europe, built at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava, Belgrade is the modern and lively capital of Serbia. The colourful Kneza Mihailova Street entices visitors with its many shops and cafés. The Kalemegdan Fortress boasts a wonderful view of the new part of Belgrade and the island of Ada Ciganlija. Skadarlija is a paradise for all lovers of fine cuisine, and in the evening the river rafts, which have been turned into bars and clubs, is the place to go.

Weather averages in November

  • Day 11°C
  • Night 4°C
  • Rain 7

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The city that never sleeps

Belgrade offers its visitors a unique stroll through time and its long and often bloody history has left indelible marks on the Serbian capital. Turkish, Austrian and communist mementos are visible at every turn. Belgrade has everything - impressive orthodox churches, baroque buildings, communist blocks and modern architectural accomplishments such as the Ada Bridge, the over 200-metre-high new symbol of Belgrade.

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Start discovering Belgrade on the lively Kneza Mihailova Street, full of colourful shops and cafes. At its end you will be greeted by the Kalemegdan Fortress, today serving as the central city park and providing magnificent views of the new part of the city and the green island of Ada Ciganlija. Another must-see is the impressive Cathedral of St. Sava, Serbia’s largest orthodox church, while the Nikola Tesla Museum showcases the life and achievements of this inventor and pioneer in the field of electricity of Serbian descent. Altrnatively, visit the House of Flowers, the final resting place of the president of the former Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito.

Belgrade is a lively city with character that will welcome you with open arms at every visit.

Many use their trip to Belgrade to upgrade their wardrobe, a decision likely due to the city’s mix of renowned fashion brands and young local designers at affordable prices. Belgrade is also synonymous with good food, which you can enjoy on the cobbled Skadarlija Street, known for its many inns and live music. You should definitely try the succulent čevapčiči grilled meat and savoury burek pastry and then, fully refreshed, sample the city’s lively and diverse nightlife. To experience a variety of events, head down to the rafts along the banks of the Sava and Danube rivers, transformed into inns, bars, clubs and casinos, and open seven days a week.

Sights in Belgrade

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Kalemegdan

A former military fortress is now Belgrade's main city park, which boasts some fine views.

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Knez Mihailova Street

The main pedestrian street with all sorts of shops and cafés.

Belgrade Cerkev Sv Save

Church of Saint Sava

The largest Orthodox church in Serbia.

Belgrade Muzej Nikole Tesle

Nikola Tesla Museum

A museum dedicated to the inventor of Serbian descent, a pioneer in the field of electrical engineering.

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Ada Bridge

A new symbol of Belgrade, more than 200 metres in height, is an architectural pearl deserving of all the accolades.

Airports

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Belgrade

Belgrade Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Serbia, located to the west of Belgrade. You can travel to the airport by bus, the fastest and most convenient means of transport, however, is by taxi – the ride from the airport to central Belgrade takes about 20 minutes.

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