Panoramic tour of Belgrade
Walking and driving tour. We offer you panoramic view of the most interesting parts of Belgrade with entering to the Temple of St. Sava- one of the biggest Orthodox working Church in Balkans. This tour is the best way to see what you like the most in Belgrade and then know where to continue your research, or if you have limited time to see the very best of Belgrade. In the tour you will see and hear about: (Republic Square -Terazije Square -Slavija Square -The Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress -National Assembly of Serbia -Old and New Palace -St. Marko’s Church -The Beogradjanka skyscraper -The kafana Question mark -The Saborna Church -Hotel Moscow -The patriarchy -The Temple of St. Sava and much more..)
The Tours schedule and routes are Flexible. The most important thing is respond to the wishes of tourists.
- Starting Point: Republic Square.
- Language: English, Russian.
- Tour: 2 - 2,5 hours
- Local Pick Up : Hotel
Program - Panoramic tour of Belgrade
We start our tours from Republic Square which is the central town squares, located in the Stari Grad municipality. It is the site of some of Belgrade's most recognizable public buildings, including the National Museum, the National Theatre and the statue of Prince Michael
Terazije is central and one of the most famous squares in Belgrade, it is the location of many famous Belgrade buildings: The most important hotels, restaurants and shops are located there. Palace Albania, built in 1937, Theatre on Terazije, the Serbian equivalent to Broadway, Hotel Moskva built in 1906 ...
The formation of the Slavija square started afte 1880 when a well-known Scottish businessman Francis Mackenzie, bought a large piece of land above the present square and parcelled it for sale. After World War II, the new communist regime renamed the square in 1947 in honour of prominent socialist figure, Dimitrije Tucović and placed a bronze bust of Tucović at the central square plateau. In the early 2000s it was officially changed back to Slavija.
Kalemegdan park and fortres
Kalemegdan Park is the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. It is located on a 125-metre-high cliff, at the junction of the River Sava and the Danube. Kalemegdan Park, split in two as the Large and Little Parks, was developed in the area that once was the town field. It provides places of rest and entertainment.
National Assembly of Serbia
King Peter I took the initiative and start build a building that would serve the purpose as the House of Representatives of the Kingdom of Serbia in 1891. Construction were interrupted on several occasions - due to the two Balkan War, World War I and Great Depression from 1929. The house was completed in 1936 with the first sitting taking place on the 20th of October that year
Old and New Palace
Old Palace, was the royal residence of the Obrenović dynasty and iy was built between 1882 and 1884. Today it houses the City Assembly of Belgrade. New Palace, was a royal residence of the Karađorđević dynasty of Serbia and later Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Today it is the seat of the President of Serbia. The palace is located on Andrićev Venac in Belgrade, Serbia, opposite Old Palace.
St. Marko’s Church
St. Marko’s Church is a Serbian Orthodox church located in the Tašmajdan park, near the Parliament of Serbia. It was built in the Serbo-Byzantine style by the Krstić brothers, completed in 1940, on the site of a previous church dating to 1835. It is one of the largest churches in the country. There is a small Russian Orthodox church next to St. Mark's..
St. Sava Church
The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. It is built on the Vračar plateau, on the location where his remains were burned in 1595 by Ottoman Grand Vizier Sinan Pasha. From its location, it dominates Belgrade's cityscape, and is perhaps the most monumental building in the city.