Get to know the history and architecture of the turbulent period in Serbian development.
See the Republic Square, the Albania palace, Terazije Square with the famous Hotel Moscow, the National parliament, Belgrade city assembly and presidency, Tasmajdan Park, the Saint Marco 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 the Nikola Tesla museum and walk through beautiful Vračar streets to Slavija Square, the National Library of Serbia, and glorious Saint Sava temple.
This tour is available Mon, Wed & Fri @ 10.30am.
The tour starts from the Republic Square, behind the monument. Our guides will be wearing yellow IDs or shirts/sweaters, hats or umbrella.
Yes, we do not require you to pay for this tour, making this risk-free for you – if you don’t like the tour, you can leave at any time and don’t have to pay anything. However, if you do enjoy the tour, please consider supporting our work by contributing at least 1.000 RSD (~8€) per person to the tour guides. Given that we are not financially backed by the city or the government, your contribution is what makes these kinds of tours possible and allows us to keep doing what we do best.
While you don’t have to book the tour and can simply show up at the meeting point, we kindly ask you to do it anyway. It will allow us to better prepare for the tour, and therefore provide you with a better and more personalized experience. Also, it takes almost no time to do it.