Activities

Residence of Princess Ljubica

The Residence of Princess Ljubica is truly a spectacular museum, which displays the way of living of the upper classes in the Serbian capital throughout…

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Residence of Princess Ljubica

Nikola Tesla Museum, Belgrade, Serbia

Nikola Tesla Museum brings you into the secrets of alternating current and other epochal discoveries of a brilliant scientist and inventor, who managed in changing…

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Nikola Tesla Museum, Belgrade, Serbia

St. Sava Temple

St. Sava Temple is the largest Orthodox temple of the Balkan region (encompassing Greece, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, etc.), and one of the largest…

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St. Sava Temple

The Avala Mountain

The Avala Mountain, located at the outskirts of Belgrade, is a natural reserve and a memorial park popular among the Belgraders. Avala can be easily…

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The Avala Mountain

The Skadarska Street

The Skadarska Street, named after Serbian medieval town Skadar (which is today in Albania), is a true bohemian heart of Belgrade. Just like Paris’s Montmartre,…

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The Skadarska Street

The Republic Square

The Republic Square is the main square in Belgrade, next to the Knez Mihailova Street. It’s also a main gathering point of the Belgraders, which…

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The Republic Square

New Palace, Belgrade

The New Palace is among crowning architectural achievements in Belgrade between two world wars, featuring stylish exterior, opulent interior and outstanding works of art by…

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New Palace, Belgrade

National Parliament of Serbia

Through a visit to the National Parliament of Serbia one can learn a lot about recent Serbian and Yugoslav history and the Serbian nation itself.…

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National Parliament of Serbia

Kalemegdan Fortress

Kalemegdan Fortress played an important role in history of Belgrade and Europe as a military bastion throughout centuries. Its walls witnessed numerous clashes in which…

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Kalemegdan Fortress

House of King Petar the Liberator

The memorial house of the beloved Serbian king is a cultural establishment where various exhibitions, workshops and concerts take place on a regular basis. It…

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House of King Petar the Liberator

Historical Museum of Serbia, Belgrade

Maybe Serbia is a small country now (it used to be several times larger during the Middle Ages), but measured by the achievements of its…

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Historical Museum of Serbia, Belgrade

Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street, Duke Michael’s Street in English, is a pedestrianized zone in the Belgrade’s core, “overwhelmed” with stores, cafes, cultural centers and street performers.…

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Knez Mihailova Street

Museum of Applied Arts

Belgrade Museum of Applied Arts is devoted to preservation, studying and publication of works of applied arts, not only those created by the Serbian artists…

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Museum of Applied Arts

Military Museum

The Military Museum covers the entire history of warfare of the Balkan region, which encompasses Serbia, Greece, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and other related countries.…

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Military Museum

Ethnographic Museum

A visit to the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade tends to inform a visitor about a way of living in the western part of the Balkan…

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Ethnographic Museum