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Sunday, 25 February 2018

Kalemegdan and the centre of Belgrade

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Pick up from the hotel.

Tour of the centre of Belgrade and its oldest squares: Slavija, Square of Nikola Pašić, where there are The National Assembly and the Belgrade City Assembly, some of the most beautiful buildings in Belgrade. Visit of the square Terazije and Terazijska česma (fountain), walk in Knez Mihailova street, one of the oldest in Belgrade, where once a road to Constantinople went.

Visit of the Kalemegdan fortress and rest at Belgrade Victor Monument. - Belgrade Fortress is a city fortress around which the present Belgrade spread and grew. It was built at the beginning of the 1st century and developed over the centuries in the Roman castrum, the Byzantine castle, medieval fortified capital of the Serbian Despotate (13th and 15th century) and finally the Austrian-Ottoman artillery fortification. Today it is a museum of the past of Belgrade, and with Kalemegdan field it makes a unique cultural and historical site within the Kalemegdan park.

Visit of the Church of St. Petka at Kalemegdan. Church of Saint Petka is located in the Lower Town of the Belgrade fortress and it was built on the site of the miraculous spring. The Chapel of St. Petka was built at a time when the relics of the saint were moved to Belgrade. Ružica Church still guards one part of the relics of St. Petka.

Visit of the museum in the tower Nebojša. At the end of northeastern bastion in the Lower Town is the best preserved and the largest medieval tower of Belgrade fortress. The Greek national hero Riga od Fere was executed there in 1798. The tower was built on the banks of the river around 1460 to protect the entrance to the medieval port.

Return to the hotel

Duration: approx. 2 hrs

Price per person:

4 -7 persons 8 -14 persons 15- 35 persons 35+ persons
30*/42 € 16*/27 € 11*/20 € 10*/12 €

 *Price without transfer