Victor – symbol of Belgrade

October 9, 2022

The ‘Victor’ monument is certainly the most recognisable symbol of Belgrade. It was created in the years before the First World War, but its formation took an unusually long time. The monument honouring the victory of the Serbian army in the Balkan wars was originally conceived as a fountain, which was to be placed in the very centre of Belgrade, on Terazije. The task was entrusted to one…

Zemun – experience old charm of Serbian capital

April 15, 2022

Raised and thus secured against floods, Zemun’s exceptionally accessible natural position on the right bank of the Danube attracted dwelling settlements. Traces of the oldest settlement in Zemun were found at Gardoš, the site of today’s cemetery. This settlement originates from the early Neolith times,  the time of its oldest culture in the Danube region. Zemun was a separate town that was incorporated into Belgrade in 1934. The…

Fairy tale season in Belgrade

December 16, 2021

With beautiful illumination, hot mulled drinks and charming markets dotted around the city I have discovered perfect place to be in this magical time of year – vibrant capital of Serbia – Belgrade. Above all Christmas decoration Belgrade is blessed with snow in this year so tourists will have complete fairy tale experience. The city is full of international tourists in this time of the year. Beside New Year…

Belgrade – reopening of tourism

July 5, 2021

Belgrade – Capital of Serbia is reopening tourism after more than one year of global pandemic. Now you can see tourists from every corner of the world in the bustling streets of Belgrade. Restaurant and bars are open again. Museums are crowded after more than one year, and tourists are exploring their favorite tourist sights. One of the most important destinations of the city is Kalemegdan fortress. This…