Welcome to Belgrade

Capital of Serbia

Traditional old city with a fresh look & free spirit

Belgrade is one of the oldest, most battered cities in the world. Those who love and know this city today, know it not from what they have seen or touched. Its greater, perhaps finest part has disappeared without a trace and we shall never see, photograph or touch it again. But the part of it that is gone, thar can never bi reconstructed, belongs to history too, the history we carry inside us.  (Milorad Pavić)

Discover Belgrade

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia  with about 2 milion inhabitans, lies at 116, 75 meters above sea level.
Geographic coordinates for the city of Belgrade are : 44 49’ 14’’ north latitude and 20 27’ 44’’ East longitude.

Belgrade is situated in south-eastern Europe, on the Balkan penninsula, and lies at the very confluence of the river Sava, and one of the three longest rivers in Europe, Danube, which is a unique position on the Continent.

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What to visit in Belgrade?



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Skadarlija
Places to Visit

Skadarlija

Skadarlija is a bohemian part of old Belgrade between today’s Cetinjska, Makedonska and Skadarska Streets. This ambience complex dates from the end of the 19th century. There are the famouse inns, galleries, antique and souvenir…

Central Square
Downtown

Central Square

Belgrade’s central square is called Terazije. From the Central Railway Station it is reached by Balkanska streets. In approaching Belgrade across the Sava Bridge, Terazije can be reached either by Kamenička or of Balkanska streets….

Dedinje
City Area

Dedinje

Dedinje represents the most beautiful part of Belgrade with its park, floral setting and numerous impressive residential buildinngs and villas. At its highest point (208 metres above sea level) is Beli Dvor (The White Palase),…

Zemun
Places to Visit

Zemun

On the other side of river Sava, across Brankov Bridge continuer along bulevar Nikole Tesle, there is Zemun. Archeological findings from Gardoš are evidence that the settlement is very old, from early Stone Age, but…