- Walking Tour
- Proffesional licence guide
- All top attractions
Belgrade Private Grand City Walking Tour
The tour starts at 10 a.m. at the Vracar plateau, where you'll see one of the most important sights that Belgrade has to offer – Saint Sava Temple, the second largest Orthodox church in Europe with stunning crypt and main dome filled with mosaics. The story about the first Serbian Royal family will be revealed to you during your visit to this splendid church. Statue of Nikola Tesla, one of the world's greatest scientist, and the building of National Library are situated at the same plateau.
The tour continues towards Slavija Square, named after one of the oldest hotels in Belgrade, built in 1888. Be ready to hear the captivating story about "Belgrade Phantom."
Directly from Slavija Square, you will enter King Milan Street and charming Flower Square with two important cultural buildings for Serbians - Yugoslav Drama Theatre rebuilt in 2003, and Students Cultural Centre, place that hosted the first rock and roll concert in Belgrade.
Resavska street will lead you to St. Mark's Church, located in second largest park in Belgrade called Tasmajdan park.
On your way to the main city center you’ll walk by some significant governmental buildings such as the Serbian National Parliament, the Old and the New Palace.
Nikola Pasic Square - the youngest square in Belgrade and Terazije Square with the most beautiful hotel in the city, hotel “Moskva” are next on your route.
Afterwards you will visit Republic Square, main meeting point in the city. Here you’ll see National Theatre, National Museum and the monument dedicated to one of the greatest Serbian rulers prince Mihailo Obrenovic.
A short stroll through Knez Mihailova street, main walking and shopping zone. will lead you to the oldest restaurant in Belgrade named “?” and to Kalemegdan fortress, dominant Belgrade attraction. It is considered to be the museum on open air built between 1st and 18th century and besieged more than 100 times. The Fortress is divided into Upper and Lower Town with many attractions such as Roman Well, Nebojsa Tower, Military Museum, Victor Monument – main symbol of the City of Belgrade, etc.
What's included in Tour
- PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH-SPEAKING TOUR GUIDE
- SOUVENIR/GIFT FROM THE COMPANY
- ALL TOP ATTRACTIONS IN THE CITY
COVID-19 (SPECIAL INFORMATION):
- FACE MASKS PROVIDED FOR TRAVELERS
- HAND SANITIZER AVAILABLE TO TRAVELERS THROUGHOUT WHOLE JOURNEY
- ALL CUSTOMER TOUCHPOINTS ARE FREQUENTLY CLEANED
What's NOT included in Tour
- PICK UP AND DROP OFF
- 3-4 HOURS
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- RUNS EVERY DAY @ 10 A.M. (ALL YEAR ROUND)
- TOUR STARTS IN FRONT OF THE SAINT SAVA TEMPLE
- TOUR ENDS AT REPUBLIC SQUARE
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It was more than expected. Everything was perfect. We enjoyed our tours with professional guide & driver. Highly recommended this tour agency
A great tour!
It was really fun and Nina, our guide, was very nice and friendly. The whole tour was very enjoyable, we saw a lot of interesting places we would've missed on our own!
Our vacation would not have been half as exciting if we did not have a tour guide as experienced and friendly as Jelena. Thank you so much once again!
Bravo! WELL DONE!
The best service ever! Excellent in all ways... highly recommend Serbia Inspired Tours!!
The Best Tour!
The tour was awesome. The prices were reasonable. The guides for both days Nina and Jelena were amazing and had sound knowledge of Serbia. We highly recommend Serbia Inspired Tours to everyone who visits Serbia. Even WiFi, jacket, water, umbrellas etc were provided by them. Hope to see you again whenever we are there. All the best. Clarence