Belgrade Waterfront & Savamala

See the magnificent towers of Belgrade Waterfront, a brand new district on the Sava river bank and enjoy the idea of the biggest construction project in the Balkans. Modern architecture is in the mix with luxurious life concepts and winning design from world famous architects. You will learn a lot about the history of this part of Belgrade on a pleasant stroll walk on the Sava river and also see the former Central Train station with colossal Stefan Nemanja Statue, the founder of Nemanjici dynasty. The tour continues to the Savamala district, once a center of trade and social life in Belgrade, and you will have a chance to see panorama of Usce towers on New Belgrade and to learn about rivers, kafanas, boats and old Belgrade's fishermans. The end of the tour is at Beton hala, a former port and traders warehouse and today's popular and trendy district with famous cafes and restaurants.

Word of advice: It could be windy on the river bank, so please bring some jacket. Comfortable shoes are mandatory as this is the walking tour

Regular tour 25€
If you would like a private tour, we can organize on for you. Please contact us.

Summer is here! Belgrade knows to be very hot during the summer. Make sure you wear a hat and have some water with you so you're hydrated and comfortable :)

What will you see?

  • Belgrade Waterfront Area
  • Geozavod - Belgrade Cooperative
  • Sava river bank
  • Savamala district with Karadjordjeva street
  • Stefan Nemanja statue
  • Beton hala (Concrete Hall)

What is included?

  • Professional Tour guide

Meeting point

The tour starts from the Republic Square, behind the monument. Our guides will be wearing yellow IDs or shirts/sweaters, hats or umbrella. Just look for something yellow around the monument :)

Are you a big group? If you're visiting between May and September and you are a group of 10 or more, you have to notify us in advance.


  • Do I need to book this tour?
    Yes, please book no later than 6pm the day before.
  • Do we go by foot?
    Yes, this is the walking tour.
  • How long does the tour last?
    The tour should last around 3-4 hours. However, it depends on many factors, such as number of people in the group.