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Feel Belgrade panoramic sightseeing
Feel Serbia – Feel Belgrade
Feel Belgrade panoramic sightseeing. According to research Belgrade with its tourist potentials is defined as destination for shorts visits usually two to three days. But we think that this period is too short for you to discover all its beauty. We prepare for you the possibility to get to know Belgrade on the best possible way with one wonderful walk through its history.
You will find out why Belgrade is the city where you can see and feel influence and spirit of both east and west and learn how this city on the crossroad survived for more than 3000 years, who built the Belgrade Fortress, how this city survived its many conquers and never lost its spirit and desire for freedom. History aside, the moment we are living right now is even more interesting than its history. Please join us and get to know Belgrade and let it get to know you.
Feel Serbia – Feel Belgrade
IncludedTransportProfessional licensed guide serviceEntry fee for House of Flowers
Not IncludedIndividual costs
Starting from The Republic Square
Pick up and meeting is at prearranged place and time. We start driving to Francuska street passing by The Republic Square.
We will take a right to Kneza Milosa street and move to the residential area of Belgrade. On our way we will see the headquarters of the Serbian Government and other state buildings and embassies. The first place for our short stop will be Beli Dvor, the residential palace of the Karadjordjevic, Serbian royal family.
House of Flowers, Museum of Yugoslav History
After this we will continue to the other significant building of the resent history of this city. The mausoleum of Josip Broz Tito also known as the House of Flowers represents an end of the communist era. Today it serves as a Museum of Yugoslav History. You will have a time for a short tour of this museum (tickets are included in price).
Stadiums of Partizan and Red Star
After the visit we will take a bus and pass by the stadiums of Partizan and Red Star on our way to the St. Sava Temple.
St. Sava Temple
We will make a stop at this second largest Orthodox temple in the world. This is the place of great tradition and it represents one of the brightest spots in Belgrade.
On the plateau you can also see the National Library and monument Vozd Karadjordje. You will have free time to look around and visit St. Sava Temple.
After this visit we will take a bus and pass through Slavija Square, one of the major traffic junctions in the city
Buildings of the President of the Republic of Serbia and City Hall
and take the Kralja Milana street passing by the buildings of the President of the Republic of Serbia and the City Hall. .
We will then drive by hotel Moskva going to the Republic Square. End of the tour will be driving through Dorcol below Kalemegdan Fortress