Kalemegdan Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

Belgrade: Sunset Sightseeing Cruise with Drinks

1. Belgrade: Sunset Sightseeing Cruise with Drinks

This atmospheric cruise is a great start to your evening in Belgrade. Let yourself be swept away by the magic and beauty of the city. The magic hour cruise is the most romantic way to explore Belgrade district by night. Get on board your boat, sit back, relax and enjoy the view. Pass under the bridges of Belgrade and soak up the magical atmosphere this tour will offer you. Discover the beautiful sights, floating houses, bridges, enchanting lights, and historic architecture under the city’s sky. The Magic hour cruise also offers wine, beer, water or soft drinks. On your way back, the sun goes down and the city lights will be switched on.

Belgrade: Guided City Tour and Kalemegdan Fortress Visit

2. Belgrade: Guided City Tour and Kalemegdan Fortress Visit

Join our immersive introductory tour of Belgrade and unlock the vibrant essence of this captivating city. Our live guide will lead you on a carefully planned route, ensuring an optimal and unforgettable experience. We'll kick off our adventure at Student Park, a lively meeting spot, where you'll receive essential hints on city navigation and insider tips for your stay. As we continue, we'll stroll through the prestigious Belgrade University, soaking in the knowledge and atmosphere of this esteemed institution. Next, we'll arrive at Republic Square, a bustling hub that epitomizes the city's energy. Explore the vibrant walking street, lined with enticing shops, local boutiques, and charming cafés. Our guide will point out the best places to grab a bite to eat, ensuring you savor the flavors of authentic Serbian cuisine. Prepare to be awe-inspired as we reach the magnificent Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel. Here, you'll witness the relics of Serbian saints, including Emperor Stefan Uroš V, Lazar of Serbia, and Despot Stefan Štiljanović. The church also houses the resting place of Miloš Obrenović, an important figure in Serbian history. Continuing our journey, we'll visit the oldest kafana in Belgrade, a historical tavern where locals and visitors alike have gathered for centuries, immersing themselves in the rich traditions and warm hospitality of Serbian culture. Finally, we'll culminate the tour at the majestic Kalemegdan Fortress. Explore its impressive ramparts, soak in panoramic views of the city, and learn about its historical significance. Our guide will be there to provide fascinating insights and answer any questions you may have. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and heritage of Belgrade as you traverse this remarkable route, creating lasting memories along the way. Don't miss this opportunity to experience the best of Belgrade with our knowledgeable guide by your side.

Belgrade: Shared Group or Private Guided Walking Tour

3. Belgrade: Shared Group or Private Guided Walking Tour

Learn the history of Belgrade on a walking tour with a licensed guide. See the monumental National Assembly building where the Serbian parliament sits to start your journey through the turbulent story of the capital. See the former residence of the Obrenović dynasty, and the New Palace built for the Karađorđević dynasty that is now home to the President of Serbia. After Nikola Pašić Square with its monument dedicated to a former mayor of Belgrade, and the Syndicate House building, admire the impressive Hotel Moskva at Terazije Square. Continue to Republic Square with the Prince Mihailo Monument, National Theater, and National Museum. Stroll down the lively shopping street of Knez Mihailo as you continue to the historic core of Kalemegdan. Visit the Orthodox Cathedral Church, where the most important Serbians were buried, and admire the Building of the Patriarchate and Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Enter Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers to see the historic citadel of Belgrade Fortress and a stunning Victor statue by Ivan Meštrović.

Belgrade: Private Sightseeing Cruise

4. Belgrade: Private Sightseeing Cruise

At a time that best suits you, make your way to the meeting point in Zemun to board a brand new luxury pontoon boat with a private captain at the helm. Enjoy the sophisticated atmosphere as you explore the delightful neighborhood from the water. For the next 2 hours, cruise through history via the Serbian capital city winding rivers and enjoy the architectural splendor of Old and New Belgrade on a 2-hour private river cruise. Sip your drink, relax and get ready to capture unique moments away from the crowds. See the Great War Island, a strategic point for defending Belgrade and a wildlife shelter. Enter the delta of Danube and Sava and approach the Kalemegdan fortress, the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. Pass under all major bridges while learning about the culture and history of the Serbia capital, you’ll receive the complete attention of your private captain and crew. This cruise will give you an opportunity to see all the major attractions of Belgrade in a relaxed environment and with a unique river view. This way, you will not lose any time due to traffic jams and will not be in the crowds.

Belgrade: 3-Hour Serbian History Walking Tour

5. Belgrade: 3-Hour Serbian History Walking Tour

Since the time of Christ, Belgrade was always an important outpost on the border of two civilizations, nestled between the east and the west. Celts, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans, Austro-Hungarians, Germans, and Russians have all fought and died to capture or liberate the "white city", leaving their bones to rest in this city. Many empires have collided there, and world history was shaped on the two mighty rivers. Following all of this dramatic history, Belgrade now proudly stands today as the Serbian capital. Prepare to be taken on a journey through time during which your guide will explain world politics, geography, and geopolitics. You can also get stuck into the grittier details of the Balkans which you may have been too afraid to ask about.

Belgrade: City Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

6. Belgrade: City Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

Belgrade, is a magical place! And with the local host of your choice, you are going to experience it all. So get ready; culture, history, and local lifestyle await! Dive into the origin of Belgrade as you see the city’s main landmarks like Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan, Skadarlija, and Kalemegdan Tunnels. And how about the hidden gems? Oh, you’re in for a surprise! Every host has its own story to tell, so pick your favorite, and you’ll discover the city through their eyes. Experience their Belgrade to the max based on their passions and expertise. They’ll make sure you have fun enjoying a unique and local perspective of Belgrade. Want to take a break? Leave it up to your host! This is the perfect opportunity to visit that special eatery where only the locals come and your chance to enjoy a local treat hand-picked by your host. Feel free to ask your host more about their life in their city or get recommendations about the top things to do in Belgrade. Remember, the locals know best. The best part of any city tour is definitely the unique stories. Everybody has a story to tell, especially your host. Each one of the local hosts has a different background ranging from arts to history. They can’t wait to share their knowledge with you and exchange ideas and perspectives! Feel like changing the route a bit? No problem, the hosts will be happy to personalize the tour to your wishes and make their Belgrade, your Belgrade!

Belgrade Panoramic City Tour

7. Belgrade Panoramic City Tour

Feel the beating heart of Belgrade as you discover the highlights of the center of the city. See notable landmarks such as the remarkable Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, and the Victory Monument. Drive through New Belgrade, a part of the city built in the communist era. Pass by the Palace of Serbia, its construction and facade reflect the aspiration for architectural grandiose in the second part of the 20th century. See the charming cobblestone streets, and fish restaurants in the Zemun district, the part of the city settled on the Danube river banks. Its unique spirit is visible every step of the way. Take a short coffee break before heading further with the tour. See some of the most important examples of the architectural styles of Zemun as you stroll along the river bank. Climb up Gardos Hill – the heart of Old Zemun. Its curvy cobblestone streets and tiny houses will give you the impression that Zemun is a melting pot of Mediterranean and Central European cultures. The next part of the tour involves the elite district of Dedinje with edifices of exceptionally high architectural value. Driving from Dedinje, catch a glance at the stadium of FC Red Star, a former Champions League winner. After a visit to the spectacular monument to the Unknown Hero of WWI, the work of the most significant sculptor of Yugoslavia, climb the Avala Tower via the elevators for fantastic views of the city. Hop back in the car and travel next to the hill of Vračar, crowned with Saint Sava Temple. This symbol of Belgrade, with its white and gold exterior beautifully dazzling in the sunlight, has a prominent place in the Belgrade skyline, reflecting the strong Christian Orthodox faith of Serbian. Arrive at Slavija Square and see the remains of the Serbian General Staff building, destroyed during the NATO bombing of 1999. After passing Terazije Square with its remarkable hotel Moskva, see Republic Square, the most central point of Belgrade, before the tour concludes.

Belgrade Sightseeing in Old Yugoslav Vehicles

8. Belgrade Sightseeing in Old Yugoslav Vehicles

Take a vintage car and explore Belgrade differently. Belgrade is our treasure and we wish to make you discover it in a different way, beyond the conventional. Inspired by the time lived in Yugoslavia, we wanted to bring the spirit of a time closer to our guests. Our vehicles are more than 30 years old and each of them has its own story. The program present various city quarters as the luxurious residental area of Dedinje and the picturesque old town. On the way one will pass by St. Sava temple, Slavija square, Belgrade Palace, City hall, Parliament, Terasije and Republic square (central square), the National Theatr Museum and more. Walking tour of Belgrade heritage will starts with visit Belgrade Fortress with spectacular panoramic view on the Sava and the Danube confluence, Kalemegdan park, the old town with monuments and palaces from the 19th century, including the oldest restaurant in Belgrade „Question mark“ built in 1823, the princess Ljubica’s residence and the Orthodox Cathedral as well as the main pedestrian zone of Knez Mihailova street.

Belgrade: Guided City Highlights Tour

9. Belgrade: Guided City Highlights Tour

The meeting point is Republic Square, in front of a Horseman Statue (Prince Mihailo monument), surrounded by National Museum and National Theatre. Student’s Square is an academic hotspot, with a beautiful park in its middle. Most of the important educational institutions are located right here, including magnificent Captain Miša’s Edifice – the head office of the University of Belgrade. Next is Dorćol, one of Belgrade’s most vibrant neighborhoods, with plenty of exciting cafes, galleries, restaurants, and museums. Here we’ll stand in front of the Jewish community center, and you’ll hear a story about the Jewish community in Belgrade, about their everyday life and work, and their dreadful destiny during WW II. The next stop is the 16th-century Bayrakli Mosque, the only remaining mosque in Belgrade, to hear some exciting stories about how Belgrade looked and lived under the Ottomans. Walkthrough Kalemegdan area will start from Leopold’s Gate, you will pass by the remains of the Roman castrum – Singidunum and medieval walls built upon it – Zindan Gate, Despot’s Gate, Jakšića tower, and two Orthodox churches placed in this part of the fortress: Chapel of St Petka and Ružica Church (Virgin Mary Church) In the Upper Town, you will see the magnificent sight of two rivers’ confluence: the Sava and the Danube, and pass by Mehmed-pasha Sokolović fountain, Defterdar’s gate, and observe the Lower Town from above: the Main gunpowder storage, Karl VI’s gate, and The Nebojsha tower. In the Upper Town, we’ll come along to the Victor monument, probably the most recognized and photographed Belgrade’s landmark; The Roman well, the King’s gate and Sava promenade, the Damat Ali Pasha Tomb, Clock Gate with the Clock Tower. Passing by Military Museum and through the "Stambol" gate, we will leave the fortress behind us, entering the Kalemegdan park once again. There is a Monument of Gratitude to France, and many busts, representing the famous Serbian man of letters. After Kalemegdan park, we will head towards the Serbian Orthodox Patriarchy and Belgrade Cathedral, the oldest Belgrade Tavern called “The Question Mark” and the Residence of Princess Ljubica, an elegant Balkan style edifice. The charming quarter of Kosančićev Venac is home to many artists – painters, sculptors, photographers, art galleries, and art schools, so no wonder it is referred to as Belgrade Montmartre. Among other things, here we’ll visit the place where the National Library of Serbia stood before it was destroyed in Belgrade’s Nazi bombing in 1941. In King Peter’s street, we'll see the Neo-renaissance palace of the National Bank of Serbia, and the Art Nouveau Department store. We will reach Republic square through the pedestrian street Knez Mihailova, passing by many fascinating examples of civil architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries, such as the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts. After a short walk, we’ll reach The Republic Square one more time, where we’ll finish our tour.

Belgrade: Downtown walking tour

10. Belgrade: Downtown walking tour

You will get interesting info about Belgrade from proffessional tour guide. They will tell you secrets and funny stories about Belgrade that you could not hear on the regular sightseeing. We will show you all attractions and places of interest in a funny and interesting way of sightseeing: The Republic Square, the National theater and the National museum, Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija), the oldest part of Belgrade with Ottoman heritage, the oldest residential house and museum of Serbian language, the only mosque in the city, Zoo, Kalemegdan park, Belgrade fortress, „Victor“ the most famous symbol of Belgrade, the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers, Saborna church, cafe „?“ and Knez Mihailova street.

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based on 181 reviews

This walking tour was the highlight of my stay in Belgrade. My guide, Bojan, went the extra mile to teach me about the rich history of the city, including things that were of particular interest to me. This tour is a great way to see the gems and diversity that make Belgrade what it is. I was the only person on the tour on this day, and it was an easy, comfortable tour to enjoy alone.

Bojan was an absolute pro in telling us all about the city. The tour covers pretty much all the most interesting places of the historical center and the explanation are filled with interesting anecdotes. Thank you so much again.

It’s one of the best things we’ve done in Belgrade! Captain Vladimir is so welcoming,helpful and nice.The boat is so comfortable.Excellent view! Highly recommended!!!!

The cruise was beautiful! Mosi our guide was super friendly and very knowledgeable - he really looked after me well. Would absolutely recommend this tour!

The guide is super nice. The trip is super nice. Highly recommend to people.