Enjoy a half-day walking tour of Belgrade’s historical sites and monuments with an English-speaking guide. You’ll visit Kalemegdan Park and the Belgrade Fortress, where you’ll see the ruins of the ancient city of Singidunum, known today as Belgrade.
What to Expect
Visit Kalemegdan Park and see the Belgrade Fortress and the remains of the ancient city of Singidunum. The city was founded by a Celtic tribe in the 3rd century B.C. It was later conquered by the Romans and played a role on the military frontier between the Roman Empire and barbaric central Europe.
On this 3-hour city tour you’ll see the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, dating from 1837, dedicated to the Archangel Michael. The church is particularly significant due to its valuable treasury.
The tour continues through the center of the town, where you’ll take in the Manor of Princess Ljubica, the Republic Square, the Parliament, the National Theater, the National Museum, Hotel Moskva, the National Assembly, the Monument to Nikola Tesla, and more.
Visit the largest Orthodox church on the Balkan peninsula. Saint Sava Cathedral is built on the site where the Turkish Sinan Pasha burned the remains of Saint Sava. The church’s construction began in 1894. Although it is open, the interior is still a work-in-progress.
- Hotel pick-up
- English-speaking guide