Sightseeing of Belgrade which gives the first impression of the most important Belgrade sights.
During panoramic sightseeing we will see: building of Government of Serbia, Saint Sava Temple – second largest Orthodox churches in the world; Parliament building, Saint Marks church and Republic and Terazije square.
Afterwards, walk through city centre – the pedestrian street of Prince Mihailo and see the mixture of main European architectural styles and feel the atmosphere of the Belgrade promenade in combination with the stylish and cozy coffee shops, restaurants and modern shops.
Visit famous Belgrade fortress, unique museum of Belgrade history: remains of the ancient Roman city of Singidunum, Upper town, Roman well, the Military museum and Kalemegdan park – the main city park with many sculptures and monuments of eminent Serbs. In medieval fortress we will see: ‘’Ficirbeir’’ – viewpoint from which most scenic photos of Belgrade are made, “Zindan” gate, Ružica Church and the Chapel of Saint Petka, built over the famous miraculous water spring and symbol of Belgrade ‘’Pobednik’’ – Victor monument. We continue to 19th Century Belgrade, where you will see Orthodox Cathedral – extremely valuable treasure representing the icons from 18th – 20th century, Princess Ljubica’s Mansion – typical Balkan architectural style building, today a museum with exhibition of the Serbian history of the 19th century.