Free 20th Century Tour

Get to know history and architecture of turbulent period in Serbian development. See the Republic Square, the Albania palace, Terazije square with famous Hotel Moscow, National parliament, Belgrade city assembly and presidency, Tasmajdan park, the Saint Marko church, Russian Orthodox church, Radio-Television of Serbia - 1999 NATO bombing memorial, the monuments "Why?" and "We were just children", the Faculty of Law. We will pass by Nikola Tesla museum and walk through beautiful Vračar streets to Slavija square, National library of Serbia and glorious Saint Sava temple.

Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday @ 10.30am during the whole year
Please be at the meeting point 5 minutes earlier


  • Is this tour really free?
    Yes, we do not charge you nor do we have any fees. However, bear in mind that we are not financed by any other company or organization, therefore our guides are not paid for the free tours. If you find the tour interesting and enjoyable, consider showing your appreciation to your tour guide by leaving a tip :)
  • Do I need to book this tour?
    No, this tour is guaranteed, therefore no need to book it just show up at the meeting point 5 minutes earlier.
  • How long does the tour last?
    Usually around 2.5 hours, more or less. In the winter, slightly less. The length of the tour depends on numerous factors such as size of the group, number of questions, how fast we walk etc.
  • Where do we finish the tour?
    In front of the Saint Sava temple, 20 minutes away from the Republic Square.

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.