Belgrade City Walk, Gathering and Sightseeing

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This walking tour offers an intimate atmosphere that makes you connected to the surroundings. You are welcome to ask questions and we can have pleasant discussions. I would like to offer you strong understanding of the Belgrade history and a new perspective of modern, everyday life and culture.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Aleksandar Bastic

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Stop At: Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress

This walking tour has 10 stops, is 180 minutes long and will give you a chance to dive into rich history, deep-rooted tradition and heritage that Belgrade offers. 1. Start of the tour is in front of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia. 2. We will pass the building of the Old Palace / The Belgrade Assembly 3. Terazije Fountain, one of the city symbols 4. Palace "Albania" 5. Knez Mihailova Street - pedestrian zone, always full of life and people and various stores 6. Coffee/tea break 7. We enter the Kalemegdan Park and famous fortress 8. Kalemegdan memorial site to handing over the keys of Belgrade 9. Grand Stairway 10. Sahat kula (Clock Tower) Booked tours are guaranteed in all weather conditions. Please dress in layers in case of weather changes.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Belgrade

The Old Palace, the Royal Palace of the Obrenović dynasty of Serbia, presently housing the City Assembly of Belgrade, is situated at the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanovića streets. It was built between 1882 and 1884, according to the design of Aleksandar Bugarski. By its external architecture the building is one of the most beautiful achievements of academism in Serbia of the XIX century.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Knez Mihailova

Find out about our roots, religion, mentality, our history but also insides to the rich Serbian heritage.

Stop At: Nebojsa Tower

You will find out about special customs and celebrations that are only celebrated in Serbia.

Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Crkva Svetog Marka

Here are buried Mlan Obrenovic (the eldest son of Milos Obrenovic) and the couple King Alexander I Obrenovic and his wife, queen Draga. On the place where the church stands today in 1830 was read the sultans’ edict which announced Serbian autonomy within Turkey.

Duration: 20 minutes
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