Belgrade Private Walking tour

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  • 2 hr

”The White City” might not be considered a ”beautiful” city by the classic standards, but this mixed city is one of Europe's most pleasant surprises. While its future is looking bright, its turbulent past is developing in front of your eyes: unattractive soviet blocks tucked away from the art nouveau masterpieces and vestiges of the Habsburgs, old Ottoman mementos or new and modern buildings and creative quarters resurrected for their communist ashes. Join our 2h private walking tour and see and learn about some of the main landmarks of Belgrade: the Cathedral of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox church in the world; Skupština (The Parliament) considered to be one of the most impressive buildings in the country; Skadarlija Street, known as the main bohemian quarter of the city; the Bajrakli Mosque the only remaining Mosque still standing from the 273 that used to exist under the Ottoman rule; Kalemegdan Fortress, the symbol of the city and many more.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Global Guide Services

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Pass By: Belgrade

You will learn about: The city's history dating to the 4th century daily life in Belgrade about the largest Orthodox church in the world life and work of Nikola Tesla The Parliament of Serbia The local ”Montmartre” The only remaining mosque in the city Kalemegdan Fortress You will see: Cathedral of Saint Sava Nikola Tesla Museum St. Mark's Church Skupština (Parliament) Old Palace Nikola Pašić Square Skadarlija Street National Theatre National Museum Prince Michael Street Bajrakli Mosque Despot Stefan Tower Kalemegdan
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