Temple of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans. It is located in the eastern part of the square of Saint Sava, in the municipality of Vracar. It was built on the site which is thought to be the place where Sinan Pasha in 1595 burned the remains of Saint Sava, founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Construction of the church was financed by voluntary contributions, and paying charity stamps. This monumental temple represents an organic part of modern vivid image of Belgrade, being one of its main features.


Kalemegdan is the most beautiful and biggest park in Belgrade. At the same time it is the most important historical complex, in which the Belgrade Fortress is overlooking the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube. Kalemegdan name refers to the wide plateau surrounding the Fortress, which has been in 19th century turned into a park. The planned development of Kalemegdan began 1890 when the military handed the park over to the Belgrade municipality. There are many monuments in the park, dedicated to the famous cultural and public workers. There is also the Kalemegdan Military Museum, Art Pavilion "Cvjeta Zuzoric," The Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments, Zoo, children's amusement park, a large number of sports fields, restaurants and the Museum of Natural History.


Stari Dvor is a representative building in Belgrade, at the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanovica street, the main entrance is looking at Nikola Pasic Square. Palace, which was built by King Milan in the period 1881-1884, was the residence of King Petar I Karadjordjevic (period 1903-1921) and King Alexander I (1921-1922), and today it is the seat of the Belgrade City Assembly. In the spirit of academic and Renaissance decoration it was designed by Alexander Bulgarian. It's a very representative building, which originally embellished with two domes with golden crowns on top. However, since the Palace was badly damaged in World War II, today's appearance of the Palace is somewhat changed.


Konak Knjeginje Ljubice was built by order of Prince Milos Obrenovic in 1831st year, as the private residence of his wife Princess Ljubica.
Located in the heart of Belgrade, in Kosancicev venac, its architecture and layout belongs to the Balkan style with some Western Baroque elements.
The permanent exhibition'' Interiors of Belgrade town houses of the 19th Century'' is set there. You can see it all, from oriental (Turkish), to medium impact (Biedermeier) and Western Europe (neo-baroque, neorokoko, Napoleon III).
Address: Prince Sima Markovic 8
Phone: +381 11 26 38 264


Skadarska street is located in the very center of Belgrade. It is close to the National Theatre, where at the end of the 19th and early 20 century many actors, artists, poets, writers and painters lived. Skadarlija is famous for its restaurants with delicious national dishes, good music and tamburitza. Once dimly lit, paved with cobblestones, as was the custom in the Turkish times, today it maintained that antique look, romantic and full of flowers.


Nightlife, fun, laughs and good music, 24/7. In recent years, Belgrade's nightlife is often spoken off in the European clubbing circles. Fun with no time limitation, the ability to be picky and look for a place that meets the specific taste, a good after-party and party during weekdays, these are the reasons why Belgrade is one of the capitals of clubbing. Every evening you can choose a different style of entertainment, whether it is gypsy music, folk, rock, jazz, heavy metal, reggae or the best DJ sets. Interested in the vibrant, bustling town on the major rivers banks, a growing number of musicians and DJs place Belgrade on their tour list. Boats and rafts on Sava and Danube quay are open throughout the year, the Belgrade lake Ada Ciganlija offers numerous cafes and the street Strahinjica Bana is mapped as an area in which you will surely find a place for himself. Its known for its impressive large variety of cafes, pubs and clubs who compete in exclusivity, splendor and modernity. Have a good night out!