Belgrade sightseeing after the breakfast. On perfect panoramic tour we will see the most important monuments which marked the history of our capital city: St. Sava Temple, Slavia Square, Palace of Serbia, New and Old Palace, National Theatre, National Museum. The highlight is the walking tour which we start from the fortress.
Belgrade fortress represents an open-air museum that had been changing and developing over time. There are located numerous monuments, such as: The Clock Tower, Roman well, Kula Nebojsa/ Daredevil Tower, as well as the oldest park in Belgrade-Kalemegdan park, with many sports terrains and courts, playgrounds and a zoo. After the Belgrade fortress, we will walk along the famous Knez Mihailova Street, where we will see many 19th-century architectural monuments: the National Bank building, the old “Znak pitanja” cafe, Princess Ljubica’s residence. We will finish our tour at the Beton Hall, where we will have break for lunch. In the afternoon, optionally, anyone who wants can take a boat ride on the Danube and the Sava River (1.5h) and see the city from a different perspective. Throughout the route, the guide will tell you about the tumultuous past of Belgrade. In the evening, we will have traditional dinner with a music program in Skadarlija, the famous bohemian part of the town. Overnight.