Great Walking Sightseeing Tour - Private

Belgrade – the capital of Serbia – is one of the oldest cities in Europe, the city with extraordinary history that lays on two rivers, full of cordial people, nowadays – a modern city with numerous sights that are worth visiting. The tour begins with the Vračar plateau, where we’ll see one of the most important sights of Belgrade. The square is dominated by the Saint Sava Temple, one of the biggest orthodox temples on the Balkans, and next to the temple is also a so-called small Saint Sava Church. On the plateau is also bronzed monument dedicated to Saint Sava, the first Serbian archbishop. In the park in front of the Temple there is a monument dedicated to Karađorđe Petrović, the leader of the First Serbian Uprising. In the vicinity is also the National Serbian Library. The tour continues to the Slavija Square, called after the Hotel with the same name built in 1888. In the second half of the 19th century this location was a swamp, nowadays – it’s one of the biggest squares of Belgrade where 7 streets are crossing. One of this streets is King Milan’s Street that hosts Yugoslavian Drama Theatre founded in 1947, one of the most important cultural institutions in Belgrade. Across the road, recently reconstructed is the Cvetni Trg or Flower Square, former Flower market, nowadays jewelled with monument dedicated to famous writer and numerous authentic Belgrade cafes. Towards the centre we’ll pass by SKC, Students Cultural Centre, and the popular „Beograđanka”, the first skyscraper in the centre of the city that used to be the biggest department store on the Balkans. Resavska Street will lead us to St. Mark Church in Serbian- Byzantine style that is preserving the ashes of Tsar Dušan, the greatest ruler of Serbia. Close to St. Mark’s Church is administrative heart of the Serbia and it’s capital because here are located: the Serbian Parliament the Old and New Palace. Old Palce used to be King Milan Obrenović’s residency, nowadays it is the City Parliament and New Palace, former King Petar I Karađorđević’s residency, is now the Serbian President’s residency. Next we’ll go to Terazije Square, one of the most beautiful squares of Belgrade. In the late 19th and the 1st part of the 20th century after numerous reconstructions, Terazije becomes the centre of social life. It is also famous for the hotel triangle, which are: hotel Moscow, Balkan and Kasina. Afterwards we arrive to the epicentre of the city, Republic Square with the Prince Mihail Monument in the centre. On this square are also the two most important cultural artistic institutions, the National Theatre and National Museum. A walk through the always lively Knez Mihailo’s Street, main walking and shopping zone, on our way to Kalemegdan, we will visit the Congregational Church. In the capital church of Belgrade, there a tombs of some of the most important people from Serbian history. Across from the Congregation Church is the building of Patriarchia, with the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Nearby is the oldest bar in the city, known for its unusual name “Question Mark -?”, as well as the Mansion of Princess Ljubica, former home of the Serbia’s first lady, and today a museum. The tour will end at Belgarde fortress, the most important cultural-historic complex of the city. Complex of the Belgrade Fortress raises proudly over the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube, and is the witness of the tumultuous history of this ancient city. It begins with Kalemegdan Park and on n the outermost part of the fortress raises the monument dedicated to the Victor, one of cities symbols, a piece of the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović. Redeem informationVoucher type: PrintedPrinted Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.LocationStarting point: Monument of St SavaNext to St Sava templeEnd point: Belgrade fortressScheduleOpening dates10:00 - 14:00Closing dates01/01/201907/01/2019Duration: 4 HoursGuiding optionsGuiding type: GuideRequirementsPlease provide the hotel name at the moment of reservation.RecommendationsPlease wear comfortable shoes.

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