Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and one of the oldest European cities, with population of around 1.7 million. It is the only European capital that lies at the confluence of two international rivers, Sava and the Danube. Due to its favorable geographic position, throughout history it was exposed to numerous invaders and was under the influence of many civilizations.
Belgrade has always been the crossroads of western and eastern Europe, and therefore of an exceptional traffic importance.
As a tourist destination, Belgrade is famous for its nightlife, gastronomy and excellent restaurants. Its clubs, cafes and discoteques, opened until late night, guarantee an unforgettable time and memories. Belgrade is surrounded by natural resorts such as mountain Avala and mountain Kosmaj, as well as the Big War Island, on the river Danube, in the very heart of the city. Ada Ciganlija, the amazing artificial lake on the river Sava, with long beaches and numerous sports and recreational facilities offers an unforgettable experience. One can also visit a downtown bohemian quarter of Skadarlija, which pictures the 19th century life of numerous famous artists and poets, and can also walk along the most central Belgrade street, Knez Mihailova, a famous pedestrian zone.