The bridge over Ada or Ada bridge is one of the newest and tallest bridge in Belgrade, and the longest-single pylon bridge span in the world.
Why visit: Spectacular panoramic views, top landmark, architecture Also known as: Avalski toranj, Toranj na Avali, The lighthouse of Belgrade The Avala TV tower is […]
Located on the Zemun quay, the most popular waterfront in Belgrade, Hotel Jugoslavija offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, as well as LCD cable TV […]
Most of Belgrade’s top attractions are located a ten minute walk from the hotel. Hotel Moskva was placed under governmental protection since 1968. Originally operating […]
The Question mark kafana is the oldest kafana (traditional restaurant) in Belgrade. It is a small charming house built in the traditional Balkan style at […]
Kalemegdan is Belgrade’s most popular attraction, a central park and ancient citadel lying on a hill overlooking the Sava and Danube confluence with gorgeous panoramic views and many landmarks and monuments.
Why visit: Culture, Architecture, Shopping, People, Cafes Also known as: Knez Knez Mihailova is the main walking street in the center of Belgrade. It goes […]
Many legends surround the Roman Well, one of Belgrade’s most mysterious attractions, built at the beginning of the 18th century, during the baroque reconstruction of […]
Also known as: Pobednik, Statue of Victory The statue of the Victor is one of the most famous landmarks in Belgrade, located in the Belgrade […]
The old and new palaces (Stari Dvor and Novi Dvor) are located in downtown Belgrade, in the Kralja Milana street, surrounded by Pionirski (Pioneers) Park, […]
The Ušće complex is made of Ušće tower, the tallest building in Belgrade, and Ušće shopping mall, the biggest mall in Serbia. While the mall […]
Vuk Karadžić Vuk was a reformer of the Serbian language, creator of the first modern Serbian dictionaries, collector of national folklore and poetry. Vuk’s legacy […]