Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park are two of the most iconic attractions in Belgrade that should not be missed during a visit.
Skadarlija is the main bohemian quarter of the city. This charming and lively neighborhood carries the spirit of old-world Belgrade, reminiscent of the city’s rich artistic and cultural history.
Zemun is a treasure trove of history, with its roots dating back to Roman times. The remnants of the ancient fortress walls, cobblestone streets, and quaint architecture serve as a testament to its past, transporting visitors to a bygone era.
Situated in the heart of Belgrade, this iconic cultural institution offers a captivating experience that combines artistic mastery, grandeur, and emotional resonance.
The museums I recommend a visit to National museum, Military Museum, Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers, and Nikola Tesla Museum.