Make your way to the National Assembly of Serbia, where this tour begins, close to public transport and downtown sites. Start with the basics: learn about this history of this ancient city, then hear how it weathered extensive NATO bombing in the 1990s. Take in the exterior of the parliament building, which was built for the Obrenović dynasty, then used by the dynasty of Karađorđević, a family that ruled the country after the First Serbian Uprising.
Continue to the New Court and Nikola Pašić Square, where you’ll find a dramatic fountain monument to a former Belgrade Mayor. Pass the Syndicate House on your way to Terazije Square, among the most gracious public spaces in the city.
See the Prince Mihail Monument in Republic Square, and learn the stories behind the National Theater and National Museum. Stroll down bustling Knez Mihailo Street to find some of Belgrade’s best shopping, then walk to Kalemegdan Park and the Belgrade Cathedral. This tour concludes at the Belgrade Fortress, located on the edge of the Sava and Danube Rivers.
The Belgrade Fortress
Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Belgrade Free Walking Tour