Belgrade is the vibrant and captivating capital of Serbia, nestled at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers.

It’s a treasure trove of cultural heritage, historical landmarks, and an electric atmosphere that will leave you spellbound.

Things to Do in Belgrade, Serbia

A lot of tourists visit Belgrade for a city break. If you only come for a weekend be sure to explore these unmissable Belgrade attractions…

Check Out Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park

Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park are two of the most iconic attractions in Belgrade that should not be missed during a visit.

Explore Skadarlija

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.

Walk through Old Town (Zemun)

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.

Watch an Opera or Ballet at The National Theatre

Situated in the heart of Belgrade, this iconic cultural institution offers a captivating experience that combines artistic mastery, grandeur, and emotional resonance.

Visit The Belgrade’s Museums

The museums I recommend a visit to National museum, Military Museum, Museum of Yugoslavia and the House of Flowers, and Nikola Tesla Museum.

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