Top 10 Belgrade attractions:
- Kalemegdan park and its fortress is the largest free Belgrade’s attraction, with some great views
- Downtown area including Knez Mihailova street with shops of many popular fashion brands, the Orthodox cathedral, Kosančićev Venac and Dorćol neighborhoods.
- Republic Square with dominating monument of Serbian Prince Mihailo on a horse, is one of the main meeting places of Belgrade citizens, with lots of cafes, restaurants, and two most important cultural buildings, National Museum and National Theater.
- Skadarlija (Skadarska street) is a famous bohemian quarter where you can experience traditional Serbian food, drinks and live music
- Saint Sava Temple is the largest orthodox church in the Balkans, with the height of 82m, located at Vracar plateau. It was built at the spot where Turks once burned the remains of Saint Sava.
- Very popular “Belgrade Lake” – Ada Ciganlija, is a place that offers many forms of fun, especially in the summer time – swimming, water skiing, cycling, and all other sports courts, as well as cafes and restaurants along the lake shore
- Have an unforgettable nighttime experience at the world – famous floating clubs (“splavovi”), at both rivers, Sava and Danube
- Nikola Pasic square, along with the National Parliament, the Old and the New Royal Palace, are a downtown spot, not to be missed
- Discover the most important Belgrade museums – National Museum, Military Museum, Ethnographic museum, Museum of Contemporary art
- House of Flowers - a place where Josip Broz Tito, a World famous communist leader of Yugoslavia, was buried.