Attractions in Belgrade

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Rent apartment in Belgrade and visit some of our attractions

There are a lot of things to do in Belgrade and many places to see. Streets, squares, monuments, parks, fountains, archaeological sites … and other places worthy of recommendation. Many of them have been designated as cultural property.

On the narrower the City of Belgrade has over 5,500 streets, about 50 Squares. The oldest streets that have retained their original routes are: Vase Čarapića, Kralja Petra, Cara Dusana, Jevrejska, Narodnog fronta, Gavrila Principa and Karadjordjeva street and the pedestrian zone of Knez Mihailova street. In the area of 10 urban municipalities oldest Studentski trg, is famous Republic Square.

Here are the top things to do in Belgrade Serbia:


The pedestrian zone and shopping center – Knez Mihailova street is protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable city monuments, with a number of representative buildings and urban houses dating from the late 70s of the 19th century. It is believed that at the time of the Romans here was the center of the village Singidunum, at the time of the Turks in this area are zigzagged streets with gardens, fountains and mosques. In the mid-19th century here in the upper part was the great garden of Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic. After making the regulation plan of Belgrade, which was created in 1867 Emilian Josimović, the street was quickly built and gained our reputation and content. It can build houses and inhabit the most influential and wealthiest families of the commercial and political Belgrade.

The first public monument in Belgrade was built in 1848 in the present Karadjordjev park, dedicated to the heroes of the First Serbian Uprising, who died in 1806 at the capture of Belgrade. The monument was built by Prince Alexander II.


Nikola Tesla Museum is located in the center of Belgrade, in the residential villa built in 1929 by the famous Serbian architect Dragise Brašovana. Museum is a unique institution of science and culture in Serbia and in the world. It is the only museum that preserves the original and personal inheritance of Nikola Tesla. It has exceptionally valuable collections:
– over 160,000 original documents;
– over 2000 books and magazines;
– over 1200 historical technical exhibits;
– over 1500 photographs and photo plates of original, technical objects, instruments and devices;
– over 1,000 plans and drawings.


Church of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. It dominates Belgrade’s cityscape, from its location and Church of Saint Sava is perhaps the most monumental building in Serbia.


St Petka Church is one of the most beautiful churches in Belgrade, situated inside the Kalemegdan fortress.


Other museum to visit in Belgrade:

Memorial Museum of Ivo Andric, Andrićev venac 8
Museum of the City of Belgrade, the Zmaj Jovina 1
Museum of Vuk and Dositej, Gospodar Jevremova 21,
Museum of the City of Belgrade, the Zmaj Jovina 1

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