Belgrade walking tour is the best way to get familiar with our dynamic and modern city. We start from the Republic square. The main pedestrian area and shopping zone Prince Mihailo’s street is the favorite city promenade with cafes and restaurants which leads towards Kalemegdan park. We will also visit King Petar’s street, one of the oldest streets in the city (it was charted in the 1st century). The street will take us to the area of The Serbian ortodox cathedral church dedicated to sent archangels Mishael and Gabriel, build in the mid of 19th century, also to the oldest existing tavern in the city “Question mark tavern” from early 19th century, then Royal palace of Obrenovic dynasty, nowadays museum “Princess Ljubica’s palace” from also early 19th century and masterpiece of the Serbian-Byzantine architectural style “Patriarchate building” the seat of the head of the institution of the Serbian orthodox church, the Patriarch, completed in the first half of 20th century.
From this area we will walk directly to the most popular park in the city – Kalemegdan park. The park is one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in Europe. The Belgrade Fortress, proudly saving historical sites and keeping numerous secrets is situated in the park. Next to the park and the Fortress is located the confluence place of the Rivers Sava and the Danube.
Duration: 2 – 2.5 hours