Belgrade City Tours
Discover Belgrade through custom designed city tours...
Belgrade City Tours
BB.01 - City Tour Classic
By the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade always had a special strategic significance. Man's paths and myriad destinies have crossed this town for more than seven thousand years, since the Early Stone Age. This tour gives the first impression of the most important Belgrade sights.
BB.02 - Belgrade Sightseeing Tour by Walk
Belgrade promenade (Old Nucleus) walking tour: the pedestrian street of Prince Mihailo (Knez Mihailova Str.) and the atmosphere of the Belgrade history, in combination with the stylish and cozy coffee shops, restaurants and modern shops, famous Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park, Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna Church) and the Princess Ljubica Manor
BB.03/04 - Belgrade Fortress (Kalemegdan)
Belgrade fortress and Kalemegdan park represents unique museum of Belgrade history: remains of the ancient Roman city of Singidunum, Upper town, Roman well, the Military Museum and Kalemegdan Park - the main city park with many sculptures and monuments of eminent Serbs, Ruzica Church and the Chapel of Saint Petka, built over the famous miraculous water spring.
BB.05 - 19th Century Belgrade
Orthodox Saborna Church (Belgrade Cathedral) - extremely valuable treasure representing the icons from 18th - 20th century, the holy relics of eminent historical characters and Serbian rulers, Princess Ljubica's Manor, today a museum with the permanent exhibition of the Serbian history of the 19th century.
BB.06 - White Royal Palace
The Palace was originally built as a summer house of the king Aleksandar I Karadjordjevic on Dedinje hill. The building is built in Italian Renaissance style. After the World War II, White Palace becomes the residence of Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito. At the beginning of the 21st century, the members of Karadjordjevic royal family moved into the palace again and nowadays welcome the guests (requires additional announcement);
BB.07 – Rakia Tour – Charm Of Belgrade
If you realy want to explore Belgrade, this is the way. Find out more about culinary history and habits of Belgrade citizens, taste authentic food and famous national drinks, taste home made Rakia (fruit alcohol drink made of plum (sljiva), quince (dunja), pear (krushka), apricot (kaisia), apple (jabuka/kalvados), grape (loza/grappa)). This interesting tour includes visit to Rakia Bar and selected bars in Belgrade and tasting several different types of Rakia – this a true experience of special charm and bohemian spirit of the city, of Belgradians;
BB.08 NEW! – Coffee Lovers Tour – Charm Of Lower Dorcol
This is the Belgrade only Belgradians know. Lower Dorcol is uniqe place for perfect morning or perfect afterwork. Taste the best espresso coffee in Serbia and many more coffee surprises and enjoy urban atmosphere and company of foreigners from all over the place. Your chance to discover Lower Dorcol because it is not discovered yet;