The most important aspects of a city are its soul and living culture. Both traits are trademarks for the Serbian capital allowing visitors the possibility to explore and experience. No matter the type of person you are, there is something for you.

BBF 2017Belgrade is one of the oldest European capitals with a rich history. There are many historic sites such as the Belgrade Fortress known as Kalemegdan, underground tunnels, prehistoric Vinča archaeological site, etc. More recent history can be taken in by visiting the Museum of Yugoslav history or the Royal and White palace, both located in the lovely suburb called Dedinje. Finally, one can visit the Temple of Sveti Sava, Ružica church and Saborna cathedral that are a focal part of Serbian culture.

Art and culture have always been an important aspect in Serbia. Belgrade is home to all manner of contemporary art galleries. From public institutions such as MOCAB (Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade) and KCB (Cultural Centre Belgrade), to independent enterprises and Savamala quarter there is something for everyone. Plays, operas, and philharmonic orchestras can be enjoyed in numerous institutions on a regular basis.

KalemegdanNature lovers have at their disposal a capital city at the mouth of two rivers boasting spectacular views, riverboats converted into night clubs, bars and restaurants, islands and beaches. Belgrade also offers many beautiful parks and delightful suburbs with a rich history.
For those with a love for adrenaline and fast paced excitement, Belgrade’s vibrant night life will leave you with memories as the city seldom sleeps.

Finally, travelling is a tiring experience and food is important. Rest assured, at no point will you ever be hungry Belgrade. From traditional restaurants in Skadarlija (bohemian quarter) to new restaurants, Belgrade is home to a rich and varied gastronomy. With food come drinks and the famous Serbian rakija and beautiful wines quench your thirsts.

Whatever wishes and desires you have, Belgrade offers something for everyone. Come and join us for a spring adventure.

Museum of Yugoslav History

Sunday 15th at 12:00
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This tour is open to all participants. The groups are small so please apply on time by sending us an email to:
mijMuseum of Yugoslav History (MYH), preserves, researches and interprets the cultural heritage of the former country of Yugoslavia, with special emphasis on the social history of the socialist period.
The Museum of Yugoslav History complex consists of three venues: Museum May 25, the House of Flowers and the Old Museum that used to be part of the Memorial Centre Josip Broz Tito. They are situated on the grounds of the official residence of Josip Broz Tito (1892 – 1980) – lifelong president of Yugoslavia, leader of the Communist Party, the Anti-Fascist Movement and the Non-Aligned Movement. The largest part of museum collection is comprised of the gifts that Josip Broz received from other statesmen, prominent citizens and peoples living in the country that he led.

Nikola Tesla Museum

Sunday 15th at 11:00
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This tour is open to all participants. The groups are small so please apply on time by sending us an email to:
Nikola Tesla museumMedicine and science have always been intertwined. We invite you to join us into the fascinating world of Nikola Tesla, one of histories most famous scientists. The experiments and things to see from the pioneer of electricity will be sure to stimulate you.
We hope to see you there.


Discover Belgrade on a Bike Tour

Sunday 15th at 09:00

Do you wish to see Belgrade but are short on time? Luckily, a bike tour is the best solution allowing you to view Belgrade in a fun, invigorating and relaxing manner. The City Center Morning Tour starts at 9am for all those interested, with the meeting point at the end of Knez Mihailova Street and lasts only 2 hours.

During the ride, you will see the famous Kalemegdan fortress from a whole new perspective, pass the tennis courts belonging to Novak Djokovic, visit the largest green market in Belgrade and pass by the beautiful St. Sava Church. Furthermore, you will see the remains of some of the bombed buildings that can still be found throughout the city and hear the intriguing stories of the more recent history of Belgrade.