Todella hyvä opas (Michael), suosittelen! Really good tour guide (Michael). Positive, energetic. Highly recommended!
Depart from your Belgrade hotel and head to New Belgrade, on the bank of the Sava River. With your guide, view the interesting architecture of the buildings, including Ex-Central Committee of the Communist Party, the Palace of Federation, Genex Tower, and Sava Center.
Stop in Zemun and spot the local sights, including Avijaticarski Trg, the Town’s Museum, and the House with a Sundial. Take a walking tour through old Zemun by the banks of the Danube River and admire the landmarks in this neighborhood. Stroll on to Dedinje and visit the Museum of Yugoslav History and House of Flowers.
Depart from the city by air-conditioned minivan or car and head to Avala. See the Monument to the Unknown Hero, the largest monument in Serbia. Afterwards, pause for a traditional Serbian lunch. Snap photos at The Church of St. Sava and explore the many sights in the area.
The tourguide was very friendly and professional. He told interesting stories about history of Serbia from stone-age untill present times. We visited the fortress, the television tower/monument for unknown soldier (avala), the cathedral, the museum of yugoslavia/titomuseum and Zemun, a older part of Belgrade across...More
I was impressed with the quality of the tour. Our guide Alexander was extremely knowledgeable about the history and cultural relevance of the sights we toured. Pick-up was timely, the vehicle provided was clean and comfortable and the range of experiences provided were vast -...More
The BIG TOUR is excellent! Our guide Milos was excellent as well! There are two things that can be improved: 1. The minivan is somewhat too small and the eighth passenger, sitting next to the driver, is really uncomfortable. 2. The restaurant chosen for lunch,...More
I've been travelling for over two years non-stop and have taken many a tour. This one rates right up there with the best. I booked myself the 'Belgrade Big Tour' in the hopes of getting immersed in all that Belgrade has to offer. My guide...More