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Belgrade: Resava Cave, Manasija Monastery & Lisine Waterfall

1. Belgrade: Resava Cave, Manasija Monastery & Lisine Waterfall

Start with pickup from Belgrade at 8:00 AM. Travel to the first stop, Manasija Monastery, which was built in the 15th century by Serbian ruler, Stefan Lazarevic. Discover one the most significant medieval monuments in Serbia known for its artistic, cultural and historical value. Explore the monastery which is surrounded by magnificent towers of the medieval fortress which surrounds it. Continue to Resava Cave, one of the oldest and largest caves in Serbia. Explore the interior of the 80 million-year-old cave which measures approximately 4.5 kilometers in length. See numerous and magnificent halls, channels, galleries, columns, stalactites, stalagmites, draperies and flowstone waterfalls. Finally, make a final stop at the Veliki Buk waterfall which is over 20 meters high and is one of the highest and most impressive waterfalls in Serbia. Return to Belgrade in the evening time.

Belgrade: Private Welcome Tour w/ a Local

2. Belgrade: Private Welcome Tour w/ a Local

Explore the city with a friendly local who is passionate about his/ her city and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your trip. Meet where you're staying to get familiar with the neighborhood, find out about the best places to eat and buy groceries, the easiest ways to get around, and the hidden gems you might have missed. By the end of the tour, you'll feel more comfortable in navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. Once your booking is received, you will be contacted to confirm all the details for the tour such as the meeting place and time, language and your contact information. In addition, you will also be asked some further questions to get to know you better. The right local will be handpicked for you based on your interests. Each tour is completely customized so you can choose the meeting location, start time and length that you prefer (minimum: 2-hours). During the walking tour, you will have the option of taking public transportation or taxi to get around the city (at your expense). The local guides are locals who are passionate about their city and love to meet travelers and share what they love about their city. They are not professional tour guides and do these tours occasionally, which provides an authentic and personal experience that is like having a friend show you around their home city. Through conversations with your local guide, you’ll learn what it’s like to live in the city, learn about cultural differences, local events and politics and also get to know each other on a personal level. With this experience, you won’t be just passing through the city, you’ll be part of it.

Red Belgrade Communist Tour

3. Red Belgrade Communist Tour

Learn about the communist era of Serbia, which lasted from the end of World War II to the late 1990s, on a guided tour of Belgrade. Meet your guide at Republic Square, the place where Josep Broz Tito's inspiring speech proclaimed the birth of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Hear conspiracy theories and urban legends from the 2nd half of the 20th century as you learn about the fall and rise of communism in Yugoslavia. See socialistic grey edifices belonging to the constructivism era mixed with numerous monuments from the era of the Yugoslavian Kingdom. Arrive at Terazije Square and hear about the glamorous holidays and festivities which were often celebrated here. See Hotel Moskva, and learn about the world-known celebrities and atypical guests who once stayed in its rooms. Make your way to Nikola Pašić Square, which was once known as the square of Marx and Engels. Note its Trade Union Hall and learn about the cult of work which was emphasized during the communist era. At Pioneer's Park, learn how Tito's regime was the most liberal of all countries within the communist system. See the monument of Ivo Andrić, a Nobel Prize-winning Serbian writer and a Serbian ambassador to Berlin at the beginning of World War II. Afterward, catch a trolley, a mode of public transportation used during the communist era which is still active today. Discover the district of Belgrade, Dedinje, famous for numerous embassies and residential villas. Visit the complex of the Museum of Yugoslavia, which is devoted to the life and deeds of Josip Broz Tito, the famous leader revered as an outstanding man who led the country to a bright future. In the museum see a stunning collection of ceremonial gifts given to the Yugoslavian president, one of the most valued being a gift from the crew of Apollo 11. At the end of the tour, stop at the mausoleum known as the House of Flowers where Tito is buried.

Belgrade: Fortress Underground & Dungeons Tour with Rakija

4. Belgrade: Fortress Underground & Dungeons Tour with Rakija

Enjoy a short sightseeing tour in Belgrade around the fortress of Belgrade. Learn about the city's hidden secrets while visiting 4 underground sites in the fortress. See the notorious Roman Well, cold war military bunker, gunpowder storage, and dungeons with medieval torture devices. Your first stop will be the Roman well built by the Austrians in 18th century. Hear about the many mysteries connected to it, and why it is considered Alfred Hitchcock's favorite spot in Belgrade. Your tour will continue to an army bunker, dating back to the beginning of the Cold War era. It reveals long-kept secrets of Communist Yugoslavia. If you're a fan of archeology, you will enjoy the Roman lapidarium in the Gunpowder Warehouse, where Roman artifacts from the territory of Serbia are exhibited. The history lesson will end at the dungeons where you will be able to learn about the dark medieval times and torture mechanisms used during that period. The tour will last 2-hours and it will be led by a professional tour guide.

Belgrade: Shared Group or Private Guided Walking Tour

5. Belgrade: Shared Group or Private Guided Walking Tour

Learn the history of Belgrade on a walking tour with a licensed guide. See the monumental National Assembly building where the Serbian parliament sits to start your journey through the turbulent story of the capital. See the former residence of the Obrenović dynasty, and the New Palace built for the Karađorđević dynasty that is now home to the President of Serbia. Continue to Nikola Pašić Square with its monument dedicated to a former mayor of Belgrade, and then pass Syndicate House to arrive at Terazije Square. Admire the impressive Hotel Moskva, and then make your way to Republic Square to look at the National Theater and National Museum. Stroll down the lively shopping street of Knez Mihailo as you continue to the historic core of Kalemegdan. Visit the Congregational Church, where the most important Serbians were buried, and admire the Building of the Patriarchate and Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Enter Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers to see the historic citadel of Belgrade Fortress and a stunning statue by Ivan Meštrović.

Belgrade: City Center Walking Tour

6. Belgrade: City Center Walking Tour

Taking a walking tour around Belgrage's city center is the best way to get your first impressions of both the city and its residents. Encounter the history, culture, and architecture of Serbia's capital on a walking tour with a local guide. See the key sights, and learn about how Belgrade became the vibrant city that it is today. Your tour will first take you to the National Assembly and the Royal Palaces, where you can learn about Serbia's turbulent political history and hear some spicy details about Serbia's royal dynasties. As you continue your walk towards the heart of the city, you will discover some of the many important landmarks of Belgrade such as the former Trade Union Hall, the historical Hotel Moscow, the Terazije Fountain, and many more. You will also get the chance to feel the unique atmosphere of the famous Bohemian Quarter of Skadarlija Street, and learn about the traditions, gastronomy, and customs of the locals. Your tour will later take you to the main city square where you'll get the chance to admire the Monument of Prince Mihailo, the National Museum, and the National Theatre, before taking a walk around the Knez Mihailova pedestrian street, taking you to the Orthodox Cathedral and the famous ''?'' restaurant. You'll later finish the tour by enjoying the view from Kosančićev Venac and learning about Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade's fortress.

Belgrade: Pub Crawl with Drinks

7. Belgrade: Pub Crawl with Drinks

Discover the famous Belgrade nightlife on a fun 5-hour pub crawl with an awesome party crew. Your hosts will guide through the streets of Belgrade and take you to 5 different bars and clubs, where you will benefit from free entrance and a complimentary welcome shot or drink at each venue.  Join the crawl for a great night out and meet new, cool people to hang out and party with. In addition, a photographer will also tag along all night, to capture unique memories for you. This is more than just a pub crawl — this is a night out you will never forget.

From Belgrade: Sremski Karlovci & Novi Sad with Wine Tasting

8. From Belgrade: Sremski Karlovci & Novi Sad with Wine Tasting

Your full-day journey begins with a pickup at your accommodation in Belgrade. Located 52 miles (84 km) from Belgrade, Novi Sad is the second largest city and most important city in Serbia. No visit to Serbia is full without a visit to this beautiful city, well-known for its amazing architecture. Your first stop will be Fruska Gora Mountain, called Serbian Holy Mountain and Krusedo Monastery, built in the 16th century. A short drive will take you to the next stop, Sremski Karlovci, a small town located at the foot of the Fruska Gora Mountain and on the right bank of the Danube River. You will have great opportunity to see all the highlights of this charming city including first Serbian Gymnasium, first Serbian Theological School, Orthodox Church dedicated to St.Nicholas, Catholic Church of St. Trinity as well as the most beautiful pharmacy in this part of Europe. Afterward, the tour continues with the Wine Tasting at Probus Wine Cellar. Besides tasting wines, the long history of wine producing in this area will be introduced to you on the best possible way, by locals whose families started producing wines in the 18th century. Your next destination will be Petrovaradin Fortress called 'Gibraltar on the Danube' due to its location and size, it is the number one attraction in Novi Sad. It represents one of the best-preserved artillery bastions in Europe with more than 10 miles (16 km) of underground ways and tunnels.  The tour continues with sightseeing and walking through Novi Sad. The tour starts from the Serbian National Theater, the first theater in the country and the main city square called 'Liberty Square'. The square is surrounded with beautiful buildings such as City Hall, Vojvodjanska Bank building, hotel Vojvodina and the Roman Catholic Name of Mary Church-symbol of Novi Sad. After the sightseeing tour, you will have free time for traditional lunch, shopping and wandering around the city by yourself before returning to Belgrade in the evening.

Belgrade: City Discovery Game

9. Belgrade: City Discovery Game

Become the Indiana Jones of your own Belgrade adventure, solving 13 different riddles which take you from one hidden location to the next. Using a web app in your phone's browser, unlock local recommendations and fun facts while enjoying city highlights such as the Saint Sava Temple, the famous Knez Mihailova Street, and the historic Kosančićev venac.  The challenge starts at the Temple of Saint Sava. No tour guide is required as all the information needed for this adventure is in the email from Secret City Trails. Discover spots in Belgrade that most locals don’t even know and see popular sights from a different angle (literally!). Along the way, unlock stories about a city at a crossroads of civilizations, traders, religion, architecture, and more. This game is suitable for friends, couples, families with kids, and team building outings. Enjoy being together while exploring a new city, using creativity and imagination to unlock the secrets of the city that survived 115 wars.

Belgrade: 3-Hour Walking Local Wine Tasting Tour

10. Belgrade: 3-Hour Walking Local Wine Tasting Tour

Join a tour that combines a walking tour with wine, and enjoy 6 wine tastings carefully selected by your local tour guide. Discover Serbian wine culture and learn more about what makes it unique. Sample some gourmet bites and cheese with your wine tasting as well as an aperitif.  Tours are generally up to 15 people per tour allowing for a personal and friendly setting for all to enjoy. Make new friends as you walk around the city with your group and local guide. Discover the most unique venues and enjoy Belgrade like a local. Taste 6 samples of wines are carefully selected by the local tour guides who will give you insights about the Serbian wine culture. A selection of gourmet bites, cheese, and an aperitif will be provided during the tasting.

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What people are saying about Belgrade

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 201 reviews

The tour was excellent, well detailed and I learnt a lot of things. So sorry, I can't remember your name, but it was a pleasure to have you, and thanks for the cup of tea at the museum. You know the tour is good when it lasts half an hour longer than expected :)

Our guide was super informed. We had a great conversation about Yugoslavian politics/society. If you are interested into that part of history you should definitely try it.

It was very interesting to see, espcially if you like histoty because the guide has a fluent English commentaires about long and dynamic past of Belgrade.

A great tour of Kalemegdan, you’ll learn a lot about the city and it’s history, and access spaces in the fortress that you otherwise cannot on your own.

Zlatan is the best! He is very friendly and knowledgeable.