Learn curious facts about the life and deeds of two Serbian icons, St Sava and Nikola Tesla, and discover some of the sites named after them!
What to Expect
The first part of your tour is devoted to Saint Sava – Serbian prince, monk, author, diplomat and first archbishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Explore the marvelous temple named after this saint, one of the biggest Orthodox temples in the Balkans.
The second part of the excursion will tell you about one of the greatest scientists and inventors in the history of humanity: Nikola Tesla, the American scientist of Serbian origin, and the man who "shed light over the face of the Earth". The Nikola Tesla Museum is located in the center of Belgrade in one of the residential villas dating from 1929. This is the only site in the world that holds the original personal belongings of the great scientist.
- Licensed guide
- Entrance to Tesla Museum
- Walking tour
Nikola Pašić Square, Belgrade, in front of the monument to Nikola Pašić