Kalemegdan Segway Tour

12 Ratings
  • Live Guide
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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 100 min

Segways are small, light vehicles that are completely safe and permitted to use in pedestrian areas. They work on electricity and have intuitive controls that anyone can easily master. They don’t pollute and are quiet, making them the ideal mode of transportation through Serbia's majestic sights.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Segway Belgrade

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Segway Beograd

Starting point of the tour - Segway Belgrade, 14 Marsala Birjuzova Street, Downtown (@Mikan restaurant)

Pass By: Knez Mihailova

This is the most famous pedestrian area in the entire Belgrade, leading straight into one of its most beloved attractions – the Kalemegdan park and fortress. It is the main walking street in Belgrade so naturally many high quality shops, cafes and restaurants can be found lining it. The area is always bustling with life and there is always something interesting to be seen such as street performances, museum exhibitions or gatherings which usually take place in Republic square near the very beginning of Knez Mihajlova.

Pass By: Trg Republike

The ‘central’ square of Belgrade and its most famous meeting spot hands down. It is the point where many of the city’s most famous location connect – it’s right off the main pedestrian area of Knez Mihailo street which leads straight to Kalemegdan, it’s right next to the Museum of Belgrade, it’s across-the street from the National Theatre, the famous “Horse” (Prince Mihailo monument) sits right in its center, it is where many of the city’s bus and trolley lines intersect and in general a very, very busy and lively place.

Pass By: Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress

- Monuments of Gratitude to France and Russia - The bastion where World War 1 started - Sports fields where sport clubs Partizan and Red Star were founded - Weapons from World War 1 and World War 2 - Serbian medieval castle ruins - “The Victor”, trademark symbol of Belgrade - Tito’ s bunker - Roman well, underground Belgrade - Military museum - 2000 years of history in layers of one wall - ZOO - XIX century Belgrade (Kralja Petra Street , Kosancicev Venac – Montmartre of Belgrade) - Congregation church
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