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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Underground secrets of Belgrade fortress

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Pick up from the hotel.

Kalemegdan fortress - passing through the gate of Karadjordje – the name was supposed to commemorate the entry of Karadjordje and rebellious Serbian army to the fortress at the beginning of 1807. It was long believed that Karadjordje walked through this gate to the fort.

Passing through the inner gate Stambol and the Sahat (clock) gate.

Descent into a large underground bunker from the time of Informbireau – the bunker was built in 1948. due to the needs of the state to defend against a possible attack by the Soviet Union.

Roman well - mysterious edifice buried in the bedrock near the "Victor" three centuries ago. Roman well was called the "navel of the world" and it was believed to be the place where the mythical hero Orpheus descended into the underworld.

Passing to the lower city through Deferdareva Gate followed by descent into the underground dungeon of Big Gunpowder storage and the adoration of one of the greatest relics of the Christian world, Jonina sarcophagus around 1500 years old.

Visiting the Gate of Charles the Great – with the oldest emblem preserved in Belgrade. This gate is often called the gateway of Prince Eugene of Savoy.

Visit of the Nebojsa Tower - a building that has long served as a prison, where the Turks applied the most brutal ways of torture. You will find out why is it called Nebojsa and which great Greek hero was slaughtered there, what were the armies that attacked it look like and much more…

Return to the hotel

Duration: approx. 2 hours



Price per person:

4 -7 persons 8 -14 persons 15- 35 persons 35+ persons
 15*/42 €  9*/27 €  9*/21 €  9*/13 €

 *Price without transfer