Serbia’s first private museum is an institution that holds numerous masterpieces of Serbian modern and contemporary artists. The museum was opened recently so it’s not as well-known among the local population as it should be. […]
Kalemegdan park & Belgrade Fortress
The ancient citadel is the core of Belgrade and a unique open-air museum of Roman, Serbian, Turkish and Austrian heritage
Feel the pulse of the city walking through the narrow streets of Downtown Belgrade, packed with cafes and taverns, museums, galleries, craft shops and luxury boutiques.
St. Sava Temple
This impressive church adorned with white marble is the largest orthodox church in the world.
Zemun Old Town
Belgrade has a twin town - literally. Across the Danube from Belgrade lies the beautiful Zemun town, for centuries rival, now part of Belgrade.
Clubbing in the party capital
The vibrant nightlife, positive beautiful young people and the variety of choice granted Belgrade the reputation of the party capital of South-Eastern Europe.
Ada Ciganlija Beaches
Ada Ciganlija island and the Sava lake are home to some of the best river beaches in Europe.