The Serbian capital attracts tourists with its Balkan flavour, hospitality, and affordable prices. The city is situated at the intersection of two rivers – the Sava and the Danube, what offers wide opportunities for trade. For this reason, fierce battles were fought, which the preserved monuments of architecture resemble about, for Belgrade throughout its life.
Excurzilla recommends you to visit in Belgrade:
With a personal guide you can take an exciting highlight tour of Belgrade and its most interesting area – the Gardoš Hill. This is a place with a unique medieval atmosphere, cobbled streets, and houses, which are similar to doll's houses. Knez Mihailova Street – an analogue of the Moscow Arbat with many souvenir shops, street musicians and artists where you can buy exclusive handmade items at an affordable price is also worthy of attention.
In Belgrade you should go with a tour to the Nikola Tesla Museum – the legendary Serbian scientist. English-speaking guides will tell you about the works, life, and achievements of the inventor. Tourists are also attracted by the round domed building of the Aeronautical Museum Belgrade, whose exposition is one of the best in the field of aeronautics.
Another pride of Serbia is the filmmaker Emir Kusturica, whose work, films, and music is dedicated to a separate tour to the wooden village where the film "Life Is a Miracle" was shot, the Andrićgrad, and the National Park "Mokra Gora".