Provided by: Tourist Organization of Belgrade
Open-top bus sightseeing tour

Open-top bus sightseeing tour

Panoramic sightseeing of Belgrade lasts around 70 min and although it is a seasonal tour it represents one of the most common and comfortable options of getting to know the city. Tour departures every day from Square of Nikola Pasic, in front of the City Parlament after which the bus passes by the most important locations including the New Belgrade part of the city. Audio guide, for now, is available in eight languages: Serbian, English, French, German, Russian, Turkish, Italian and Greek.
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Secrets of underground Belgrade

Secrets of underground Belgrade

Belgrade underground tour reveals the most hidden secrets of the city that has been burned to the ground and rebuilt about 50 times throughout its history, comparing it also to the legendary Fenix creature. Rich history explains the stories of Belgrade from the Roman, Austrian, Turkish and Serbian period and the charming authenticity of each and every one of them. Discover the Roman hall, which contains the foundation of the main gate of the Roman fortress from the 2nd century, visit a gunpowder warehouse and discover more closely about the defense of Christian Europe from the Turkish Empire and finish the tour enjoying wine tasting in an underground wine cellar.
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Panoramic flights

Panoramic flights

Experience Belgrade from a different perspective. The helicopter tours are organized during the visible part of the day, departing from Dobanovci (15-20 min drive from the city center), for a period of 15, 30 and 60 minutes. The flights are carried out by helicopters type Robinson R44, with a capacity of three passengers + pilot, allowing maximum comfort. Enjoy the flight and the beauty of Belgrade by spending unforgettable time watching the stunning scenery from the air.
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Sightseeing river cruise

Sightseeing river cruise

Sightseeing cruise on the Danube and Sava rivers lasts around 90 minutes during which you will get the close look passing by interesting and grandiose bridges in Belgrade: Pancevo bridge, Gazela bridge, Old Railway bridge, New Railway bridge, and Ada bridge. You will get to see the "Happy bouy", as well, known as the magical place where not only the two rivers are connecting, but more than 120 their tributaries, and where you should make a wish. There are two restrictions while making a wish: you should not wish an unrealistic wish because unrealistic wishes create neurosis and you should not make two wishes, because greedy wishes do not come true.
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Belgrade Free Walking Tours

Belgrade Free Walking Tours

The young team of professional guides will show you the most important sightseeing places that are ‘must to’ upon your arrival. There are several agencies that are doing a free downtown walking tour so there are also several departures on a daily basis. The meeting point is usually in the Knez Mihailova street, at the Republic Square. During the tour, you will get to see Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija) and Dorcol area, Bayrakli mosque, the oldest cafe "?", Belgrade Fortress, and Kalemegdan, beautiful confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube. Discover and experience the city through the eyes of insiders, and get to know Belgrade stories behind its streets, bridges, statues, and monuments.
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