Silver lake (Srebrno jezero) is the one of the largest lakes and summer resorts in Serbia, and the fastest developing one. The lake is about […]
Vinča (Belo brdo) is an archaeological site from the early neolithic period, that gave name to the culture that inhabited the Balkan peninsula and part […]
Also known as: Kula Nebojša, Nebojšina Kula Nebojša tower is one of the few remaining monuments of medieval Belgrade, a four level cannon tower built around […]
Why visit: Culture, History, People, Architecture, Completely different from Belgrade Also known as: Serbian Athens, Gibraltar on the Danube (Petrovaradin fortress) Apart from being Serbia’s […]
The 9th Belgrade Boat Carnival will take place on 7.7.2012. at the Sava port near Brankov bridge. The slogan of this year’s manifestation is „Love […]
The most famous attraction in Belgrade is the Danube river, here known as Dunav. Since ancient times, Belgrade has been tied with the second largest […]
Why visit: History, Top landmarks and attractions, Great panoramic views, Culture, Walking, People, Cafes… Also known as: Munze Once upon a time, Zemun was a […]
Zemun quay is the most visited waterfront in Belgrade, connecting New Belgrade and Zemun Danube coasts.