SIGHTSEEING BELGRADE

Half day sightseeing tour of Belgrade, starts at Kalemegdan-the fortress and a beautiful park are places where the most distant past can be seen. Today’s Belgrade started as a human settlement thousands of years ago here. You will hear unusual and exciting story about Belgrade - the 'Crossroads of the Worlds'.
Kalemegdan offers a beautiful view at the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers, New Belgrade and Zemun.
After walking on Kalemegdan we’ll continue through the Prince Michael (Knez Mihajlova) pedestrian street. Along our walk to the Republic Square we will see many beautiful old buildings,including the monument to Prince Michael situated at the centre of Republic square , and buildings of National Theatre and National Museum.
We will also see Terazije, National Assembly, City Council ('Old Court'), Kneza Miloša Street (with some scars from the recent conflicts still visible), luxurious residential quarter of Dedinje, Memorial of Marshall Tito, Red Star soccer stadium. Visit to St Sava church, one of the largest religious objects in the whole world.
Our tour continues: Slavija Circus, King Milan St., …going to 'Old Town' and passing by Orthodox Cathedral and the Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Princess Ljubica's Residence and famous Question mark '?' the oldest restaurant in the city, and the only one with such a strange name in the whole world.

Full day tour sightseeing of Belgrade,begins at Kalemegdan, park and fortress. Kalemegdan is the place where the most distant past can be seen. Belgrade started as a human settlement thousands of years ago here, and here we will begin unfolding unusual and exciting story about the 'Crossroads of the Worlds'.
Entering the fortress we’ll walk through 'Stambol' and 'Clock' gates encountering and enjoy open air exhibition of the Military museum, 'King's Tower' and 'Zindan Gate' and visit The Rose Church of Our Lady. View of the 'Lower town' and its monuments. Kalemegdan offers a beautiful view at the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers, New Belgrade and Zemun and 'Victor monument", one of the symbols of the city.
We will walk by beautiful French embassy, the Patriarchate, Orthodox Cathedral, seeing "?" (Question mark, the oldest restaurant in the city) and Princess Ljubica's Residence. Walking up to Knez Mihajlova pedestrian street, by far the oldest street in the city as scholars say that it follows the central grid layout of the Roman city of Singidunum which existed almost 2000 years ago. It has a large number of impressive buildings and mansions built at the end of the 1870's, protected by law as one of the most valuable landmarks of the city. Republic Square, real heart of Belgrade, with buildings of the National Theatre, and National Museum and well known equestrian statue of Prince Michael (Knez Mihajlo).
We will also see Terazije, National Assembly, City Council ('Old Court'), Kneza Miloša Street (with some scars from the recent conflicts still visible), luxurious residential quarter of Dedinje, Memorial of Marshall Tito, Red Star soccer stadium. Visit to St Sava church, one of the largest religious objects in the whole world.
A trip will continue to Old Zemun area that includes visit to the Millennium Tower and the remains of the ramparts of the hill Gardos.
Coming down from Gardos to the old town and old Harbour Master, then through the pedestrian zone to the big market on Masarik Square with the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Walk across the street Zmaj Jovina and Aviator square. We’ll see the old building of the Post Office, a monument to the liberators of World War II in a small park, school Svetozar Miletic that was built in 1914, Faculty of Agriculture, sports center PINKI, walk to the city park, the Zemun gymnasium, Monastery of St. Archangel and the Roman Catholic Church of St. Roch that was built in 1836th.

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