Belgrade Insight Private Tour - For Those Who Seek Answers
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- Private Tour
- 6 hr
Learn about Serbia and Belgrade on this private guided tour that focuses on politics and history. This is a specially designed program delivered by top-class guides only. The commentary aims to provide a deeper understanding of the recent turbulencies in the former Yugoslavia. Depart from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy the view at Belgrade Fortress. Walk through Belgrade’s historic center and learn about the area from your guide. Pause for a refreshment and then make your way to the Memorial of Marshal Tito, and St. Sava Church. Highlights: • Gain an in-depth understanding of Serbia and former Yugoslavia • Walk inside ancient Belgrade Fortress and understand its strategic position • See the excellent exhibition in the Museum of Yugoslavia • Visit The House of Flowers - the final resting place of Marshal Tito • Admire the stunning architecture and art of St. Sava Cathedral
Operated by: Explore Belgrade!
Stop At: Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress
A visit to Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan park. Enjoy a pleasant walk in the place where the most distant past can be seen, and where the human settlement was founded thousands of years ago. It is the most logical spot to start unfolding an unusual and exciting story about Belgrade - the 'Crossroads of the Worlds'. You'll enjoy superb views at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, New Belgrade and Zemun.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Trg Republike
The tour continues to the heart of the city, well known Knez Mihajlova (Prince Michael) pedestrian street. Learn about Student's Square and Belgrade University, and proceed to Republic Square, with a XIX c. monument to Prince Michael, and remarkable edifices of National Theater and National Museum. A 30 -45 min refreshment break at the Republic Square/pedestrian zone (one drink included in the tour price) is provided.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Pass By: Belgrade
After the break, the second stage of the tour begins. Enjoy the panoramic ride that reaches 'Old Town' first. We will pass by Orthodox Cathedral and the Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Princess Ljubica's Residence, and well-known Question mark '?' Inn, the oldest restaurant in the city, and the only one with such a name in the whole world. Crossing the Sava river brings us to New Belgrade, the newest part of the city, with nice examples of post-WWII Socialist architecture. You see Ušće Towers, Park of Friendship, Palace Serbia, Belgrade Arena, and more.
Stop At: Museum of Yugoslavia
After crossing the newest Belgrade 'Ada' bridge, our tour arrives in Košutnjak and Dedinje - luxurious residential quarter of kings, presidents, prime ministers, and ambassadors. Visit of the Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers - also known as Memorial of Marshal TITO, president for life of Socialist Yugoslavia and one of the most influential leaders of the XX century.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: St. Sava Temple
After the visit to Tito's Memorial, our sightseeing ride of Belgrade continues. We will pass by Red Star Belgrade soccer stadium and soon arrive at the famous St Sava Memorial Church, one of the largest religious buildings in the whole world with it's most impressive 17000 sq. meters of finest mosaics. In the final stage of the panoramic ride, you'll see Slavija roundabout, Nemanjina street, Kneza Miloša Street (with scars from the 1990's conflicts still visible), National Assembly, City Council ('Old Court'), Terazije... Return to the hotel or other place within the city center of your preference. End of service.
Duration: 45 minutes