Belgrade Private Grand City Walking Tour

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Learn first-hand the fascinating history of the capital of Serbia with a guided walking tour. This is the perfect activity to get an introduction to Belgrade and have an overview of the city. Tour starts in front of the Saint Sava Temple and ends at Kalemegdan Fortress which means that every top attraction of Belgrade is part of this 4-hour (walking) journey through Belgrade history.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Serbia Inspired Tours

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Stop At: St. Sava Temple

The tour starts at the Vracar plateau, where you will see one of the most important sights that Belgrade has to offer – Saint Sava Temple, the second largest Orthodox church in the whole Europe with stunning crypt and main dome filled with mosaics. Our guide will tell you the story about the first Serbian Royal family and the first Serbian Archbishop named Rastko Nemanjic. On the same plateau you will see as well the statue of Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest scientists of all time, and the building of National Library, built during the WWII.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Trg Slavija

The tour continues to Slavija Square, named after one of the oldest hotels in Belgrade, built in 1888. This is one of the biggest squares in Belgrade, where 7 streets are crossing. Here our guide will tell you captivating story about Belgrade Phantom. After Slavija Square, we proceed to King Milan Street and one smaller, but charming square called Flower Square with two important cultural buildings for Serbians. First one, is Yugoslav Drama Theatre rebuilt in 2003, and the second one is Students Cultural Centre, where the first rock and roll performance was held in Belgrade.

Stop At: Crkva Svetog Marka

Resavska street will lead us to St. Mark Church, located in second largest park in Belgrade called Tasmajdan park. Towards the main city center we’ll pass by some significant governmental buildings such as the Serbian National Parliament, the Old and the New Palace.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Terazije Fountain

On our way to the main Republic Square, we will pass by two more smaller squares named Nikola Pasic Square and Terazije Square with the most beautiful hotel in Belgrade, hotel “Moscow”.

Stop At: Trg Republike

On the Republic Square, which is considered to be the main meeting point in the city itself, you’ll see National Theatre, National Museum and the monument dedicated to one of the greatest Serbian rulers prince Mihail Obrenovic.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Knez Mihailova

Afterwards, we take a stroll through Knez Mihailova street, main walking and shopping zone. This crowded and lively street will lead us to Kalemegdan/Belgrade Fortress.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress

Last stop will be Kalemegdan fortress, dominant Belgrade attraction. It is considered to be the museum on open air built between the 1st and 18th century and besieged more than 100 times. The Fortress itself is divided into Upper and Lower Town, with many attractions, from Roman Well, Nebojsa Tower, Military Museum to Victor Monument – main symbol of the City of Belgrade.

Duration: 1 hour
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