Take a 180-minute panoramic sightseeing tour by minibus through Belgrade, with plenty of photo opportunities. There is also a short walking tour. See Serbia's rich and varied history on this tour!
What to Expect
Explore the Kalemegdan park and the Belgrade Fortress with the remains of the ancient city of Singidunum, today Belgrade. The city was founded by a Celtic tribe in the 3rd century BC. From the 1st century AD Singidunum was an important fortress and town, a Roman colony on the military frontier between the Roman Empire and barbaric Eastern Europe.
Visit the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna crkva), which was built on the orders of Prince Miloš Obrenović in 1837 in a classical style with late baroque elements. The church is dedicated to the Archangel Michael.
Visit the magnificent Cathedral of St. Sava, the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans, dedicated to to St. Sava the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church. It lies on the spot where the original church was burnt in 1595 by the Turks, led by Sinan Pasha.
The preparation for the construction was only started at the end of the 19th Century, and while the exterior work has been completed, the interior remains uncompleted.
Know Before You Go
Due to limited seating reservations are required.