What to see in Belgrade
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National Museum – The founding of the National Museum coincides with the rise of the civic culture and the establishment of the state institutions of the Principality of Serbia.
Museum of Nikola Tesla – The museum preserving the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla is located in the heart of Belgrade.
Museum of Yugoslav History – The Museum of Yugoslav History (MYH), preserves, researches and interprets the cultural heritage of the former country of Yugoslavia.
Museum of Aviation – Museum of Aviation was founded in 1957 with the intent of preserving material evidence of importance for the birth and development of aeronautics in this region.
Memorial Museum of Ivo Andric – The museum preserves the memory of the Nobel Prize winning author Ivo Andrić.
Manak’s House – Manak’s House is an integral part of the Ethnographic Museum, an example of old Balkan urban architecture, housing a particularly significant and valuable ethnographic memorial collection by Hristifor Crnilović.
Nebojsa Tower – In the annex of the Nebojša Tower the history of the Tower as a military facility that has been, ever since its construction around 1460, a part of the defensive system of the city.
And more … see on this link – museums and arts
The Victor – The Victor set up on Kalemegdan in 1928 and came to represent a symbol of Belgrade.
Monument to the Unknown Hero – Monuments to unknown heroes were erected in all allied countries during the years after World War I, and Yugoslavia joined in this endeavour.
And more … see on this link – monuments
Belgrade Fortress – changed and developed throughout the centuries, it saw many armies, was the field of many battles, it witnessed the brutality of the conquerors and the courage of the tireless defenders of the city. It was the place.
Ada Ciganlija – Ada Ciganlija proudly bears the name of “Belgrade Sea”.
Skadarlija – Skadarlija as it Once Was. This ambiental nook of Belgrade, still standing to this day, is preserved in the area of Skadarska Street around the bohemian Tri šešira inn. These were small houses, but a few of which remain. The house where the Tri šešira inn stands today is typical, built in the second half of the 19th century, the abode of former bohemians. The aqueduct of the Bulbulder waterway with 14 arches once stood in the middle of the mahala, in front of the subsequently built house of Đura Jakšić, as the sole reminder of times gone by. During the 19th century this used to be the Skadar Gate with the Skadar Drinking-Fountain.
Savamala – One of the oldest parts of Belgrade, the first to be built outside the walls of Belgrade Fortress and the first that most visitors encounter as it is located next to the train and bus station, Savamala was also once the center of the city.
Arriving in Belgrade – From the Airport to the City Centre
Belgrade is predominantly served by one airport, the NIkila Tesla Aeroport, which have efficient and frequent connections to the city centre. Nikola Tesla Aeroport is located 18km from the centre of Belgrade, you can hop on the shuttle bus, take the cab, rent a car, or we can arrange transport with our car.
Public Transport in Belgrade
Belgrade city public transport is provided through a network of bus, trolleybus and tram routes run by GSP “Beograd” and bus services operated by private bus companies, on around 130 routes.
Single tickets can be bought:
– in public transport vehicles, from the driver or conductor
– at kiosks marked with a ticket sales sticker
– at GSP points-of-sale BusPlus Info / public transportation in Belgrade
BusPlus system applies to all public transport vehicles (GSP, private carriers, Lasta and Bg Voz).
Rest information you can see on this link – public transport info