Belgrade, the capital of Serbia is known as the city with very rich history, many museums, very dynamic nightlife. It is also known as a great shopping city and as the town of many restaurants, cafes and parks. People, there are very fashion oriented, positive and know how to enjoy life.
It is the oldest preserved structure in the city, built already by the Romans. The view over the city from the fortress is amazing and there is no entrance fee for most of its part, except for Military museum and some towers. The fortress is very easily accessible and also has some great cafes and restaurants.
Knez Mihajlova Street
Is the street which is leading to the Belgrade fortress and it’s known for many fashion stores and restaurants. For most of the time, you will see some great street artists making paintings, souvenirs or just playing some nice street music.
Temple of Saint Sava
The most visited church in Belgrade, which you can see from almost every higher point of the city. Despite the lack of financial resources and many other political problems in the past, the building is really beautiful.
Ada Ciganlija also known as the Belgrade Sea is most visited during the warmer months as there are well-regulated swimming area and beach. It’s a great place to spend time with family as there are great children playgrounds.
House of Flowers
House of flowers is the mausoleum of former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito. It’s located within the complex of the Museum of Yugoslav History, where is also the museum of May 25. It’s one of the most visited museums in Belgrade.
It represents the first landscaped park in the city, which was made by order of Prince Milos. The special charms of the park are the three lakes, the largest lake has a form of number eight, with a small bridge in the middle, and a medium-sized one has a small rocky islet in the middle.
Belgrade Zoo was established in 1936 and is also known as the ZOO of good hope. It is located in the very city centre and has a great collection of animals. It’s a great place to visit, especially if you are travelling with kids.
Updated: March 22, 2016