Belgrade has a long history which you can explore through the sights in the city. Between the architectural attractions and the well-known museums, here are the places you must see.
The fortress was once an important military base, now serving as the central park of Belgrade. You can also visit museums and various cafes around the Fortress, along with tennis courts and other areas where you can play sports. Don't forget to take a look at the Pobednik statue, which is one of the symbols of Belgrade and the Sava and Danube rivers. To get to the Fortress, get off at the 4th stop, using Tram number 2.
Legendary Danube River is a characteristic part of Belgrade. This beautiful river, inspiring folk tales and a rich history of trade and conquest, is a must-see for any tourist visiting the city. You can enjoy the view of Danube by going on a boat tour or from the Belgrade Fortress.
This magical street is a must-see in Belgrade, with its colorful cafes and specialized local stores. Street performers make the street even more unique, while the cafes and small restaurants lined up on the street create an opportunity for an affordable but fun meal.
Belgrade Cathedral was completed in 1840 and its interior is richly decorated in Serbian neo-classical style. The Cathedral is also the home of Serbian Orthodox Church Museum, as well as the Serbian Patriarchate.
Nikola Tesla pioneered the development of electrical engineering, alternative currents, the radio, and AC motors, among many other inventions. Half of this small museum is dedicated to Tesla's personal artifacts, the other half includes models of his inventions. There are English-speaking guides who can help you understand his inventions. Entry fee for an English guided tour is about 500 RSD.
Founded in 1844, the museum display more than 230 works from Raphael, Tintoretto, Lorenzo di Credi, and many more Italian artists in its Italian Art Collection. French Art Collection has 250 paintings including works from Renoir, Monet, Degas, Lautrec and more. Museum has other rich collections from Japanese, French, Dutch and Flemish artists and displays more than 400.000 items in total.
You can observe the traditions and culture of Serbia in this museum. There are items like Serbian costumes and tools from past centuries and the exhibitions in the museum change topics regularly, giving you the opportunity to see lots of interesting artifacts.
This type of cookies is necessary for the smooth functioning of the Pegasus Website. These cookies make it possible to visit the Pegasus Website and to benefit from its features. Session cookies are used to store the information in the web pages and to avoid the need to re-enter your details.
These cookies store information about how often the website is visited, any relevant error messages received, the duration of the visit and the user’s use of the website. This information is used to improve the performance of the Pegasus Website.
These cookies remember the choices the user has made on the website (e.g., city and flight date selections) and facilitates the use of the website by the user. These cookies make it possible for the user to benefit from sophisticated internet features.
For using certain functions, third-party suppliers’ cookies are used on the Pegasus Website (e.g., cookies comprising sharing devices on social media on flight destinations and promotional pages). Pegasus Website also contains the cookies of the firms carrying-out advertisement tracking.