GROUND ZERO - TERAZIJE SQUARE
Your Belgrade experience starts here
New Belgrade - Zemun
Direction -> Belgrade "Štark" Arena - 20.000+ seats sports hall used also for music concerts and other events, "Sava Center" international congress and concert hall, Museum of Contemporary Art, "Ušće" park complex, "Ušće" and "Delta City" shopping malls, Palace Serbia, nightlife famous "splavovi" (river boats), old Zemun district, and Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Balkanska street - Belgrade Waterfront
To -> Gavrilo Princip Park, the buildings of the Serbian Government and the Ministry of Transport, to the old Main Railway Station, to -> newly constructed Belgrade Waterfront, promenade by the river, and "Savamala" bohemian district, or in opposite direction <- to Belgrade Fair.
Kralja Milana street - Slavija Square - St. Sava's Church
Direction -> Old Palace (Belgrade City Hall), New Palace (Presidential Palace), Andrićev Venac square, Beogradjanka (Belgrade Palace skyscraper), Cvetni Trg (eng "Flower square"), Slavija square, and famus St. Sava`s church.
Knez Mihailova street - Belgrade Fortress
Main pedestrian zone in Belgrade. From Knez Mihailova st. -> continue to Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan park, along with Belgrade Zoo, pass the monument to the Victor, then head back to the building of the Patriarchate and St. Michael`s cathedral, the Princess Ljubica`s Residence, the oldest bar in Belgrade called "?", and up King Peter`s st. (Kralja Petra) back to Knez Mihailova st.
Trg Republike (Republic Square) - Skadarlija - Dorćol district
Republic square with the National Museum of Serbia, the National Theater, and the equestrian statue of Prince Mihailo, further along -> to "Skadarlija" bohemian district with lots of traditional restaurants (ser. "Kafana"), and "Dorćol" district, the oldest one in Belgrade, -> to Vuk and Dositej museum, Bajrakli mosque, Fresco Gallery and Students Square and Park, with wonderful Captain Miša's Edifice.
National Assembly - Tašmajdan Park - King Alexander avenue
To -> Nikola Pašić square, the wonderful building of the National Assembly, Pioneer`s park, Tašmajdan park, with monumental St. Mark`s church, and -> continue along Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra (eng. "King Alexander blvd."), the University Library, Faculties of Technical Sciences with Nikola Tesla monument in front, and Vuk Karadžić monument at the entrance to the Cyril and Methodius park, then turn right and up to Krunska street (eng. "Crown street") and Nikola Tesla museum,
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Here's what you find most interesting in Belgrade
Nikola Tesla MusemThere is a vast documentation of Tesla's papers, letters, drawings and other manuscripts that gives us a precious insight on his work and his personal life. The museum also has a reading room with books and magazines from Tesla's personal library.
St. Sava's ChurchCathedral ("Temple", as the Serbs call it) of Saint Sava is one of the 5 largest orthodox churches in the world, and the largest one in the Balkans (South-Eastern Europe). The basis of the church is 91x81 meters and it is about 70 meters high. It is the symbol of Serbian essence, pride, tradition, and freedom.
St. Mark's ChurchThis monumental five-domed church was being built from 1931 to 1939, in Serbo-Byzantine style of architecture. It is designed after monastery Gračanica (built by Serbian king Milutin in 1321). Inside St. Mark's church, you can see the tomb of Serbia's biggest Emperor, Tzar Dušan (1308-1355), made in marble.
The Victor & Belgrade FortressSymbol of Belgrade, this monument may well be Belgrade's principal landmark along with the fortress that gives you a breathtaking view on the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube.
People of BelgradePeople are Belgrade's main asset, this is a common oppinion. You'll feel more than welcome here.
Rakija & foodFood is abundant, and tasteful, and various types of Rakija alcoholic drinks are something you should definitely try.