Spend a weekend in Belgrade, visit the most famous places, learn something about the history and culture of Serbia, enjoy Serbian cuisine, try traditional Serbian drinks and meet people of Serbia!

Find out why Belgrade is the European capital of nightlife!

Contact Info
  • Phone Number: +90 507 255 61 52
  • Office Time: 09h - 18h
  • Office Location: Belgrade, Serbia

1. Day

We'll meet you at the airport. First, we take you to a hotel. You don't have to hurry, we will wait for you as long as you want.

At the time you want, we can start by getting to know the city centre. During the first day, you will walk through the centre of Belgrade and get to know life and the people in it. We visit Knez Mihajlova Street, Trg Republike, Obilićev Venac, Dorćol and the Bajrakli Mosque.

You will hear a story about the history of Belgrade, as well as stories from the everyday life of its inhabitants.

We will show you the best restaurants and cafes and all the places where you can return on your own.

After the walk, we take you to the most famous street with Serbian restaurants – Skadarlija, to taste one of the traditional Serbian dishes. It is the right time to enjoy a glass of the best Serbian brandy (rakija). We can stay with you at the restaurant and continue the story about Belgrade or we can wait for you outside. Everything according to your wishes and your mood! After dinner, we’ll show you the centre of nightlife in the Balkans!

Belgrade is a city that is proud of its history and culture, as well as its very rich nightlife.

Following your wishes and musical taste, we will organize a party at the best places in the city. Just tell us what do you want to do, do you want to eat, drink, dance all night or maybe you prefer that we take you to the hotel to get a good rest. We will do everything to make your first day in Belgrade unforgettable!

2. Day

After breakfast we are setting off to explore the city.

After breakfast we are setting off to explore the city. We will first visit the Church of Saint Sava – the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans. The temple was built in honour of Saint Sava, the first Serbian archbishop, who lived in the 13th century.

You will hear the story of the construction of the temple and visit its magnificent interior. The temple was painted by  Serbian and Russian artists. It is decorated with icons of Serbian and Russian saints and important figures from Serbian history.

After visiting the temple, we’ll take you on a tour of the Museum of Yugoslavia. The museum is dedicated to Tito, the lifetime president of Yugoslavia. Within the museum is his grave, as well as the grave of his wife Jovanka.

You will hear the story of Yugoslavia, a great and powerful country that no longer exists. Upon entering the museum, you will get the impression of the greatness of Tito, you will see what kind of gifts he received during his life from various presidents and foreign delegations.

After visiting the museum, we will take a short break in one of Belgrade’s cafes or restaurants, depending on whether you are hungry or you just want to drink a coffee. That all depends on your current mood.

Then we head towards Kalemegdan. Before Kalemegdan, we will visit the most important Belgrade Church – the Cathedral. Here you will hear some more interesting stories from Serbian history.

For a detailed description and photos of Kalemegdan, visit the DESTINATIONS page.

Here we will introduce you to the traces of the Ottoman Empire and show you everything that the Turks built in Belgrade.

After the tour, we’ll go for dinner to one of the restaurants of Serbian or international cuisine following your wishes.

After dinner, we recommend a short break at the hotel so you can prepare for another crazy night, again, all by your wishes.

3. Day

After breakfast we’ll take you to the Nikola Tesla Museum.

Then we’ll visit King Alexander Boulevard, Tasmajdan Park and The Church of St. Mark, the favourite church of the citizens of Belgrade. Here you will hear the story of the history of Tasmajdan and find out interesting things about what it used to be here. The Church of St. Mark was built in the 1930s on the place wherein 1830 the Hatisherif was read, which represents the last step towards the establishment of the autonomy of the Principality of Serbia concerning the Ottoman Empire.

With this act, Sultan Mahmud II’s acknowledged the autonomy of the Principality and independent public administration.

The second is the most important of the three hatisherifs (or four, including the Turkish constitution) that the Turkish sultan issued to the Serbs.

Hatisherif was also accompanied by the Sultan’s Berat, by which Prince Miloš Obrenović was granted the right to form a dynasty.

After that, we are visiting the building of the Serbian Parliament, the old and new castle, the residence of the President of Serbia, Nikola Pasic Square, Terazije Square, Hotel Moscow.

After that, we will recommend a walk through the central streets or a walk along the new quay on the bank of the Sava River, where a new and modern part of the city is being built, called Belgrade on Water.

Depending on your flight, we will organize additional activities. Transfer to the airport.


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