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Belgrade is the capital of Republic of Serbia. It has become an increasingly popular tourist destination due tgo very good hospitality, people’s kindness, openness, good food, nigh life, festivals…. You should come and see that Serbians are the best hosts you ever seen!

Any visit to Belgrade should start with Kalemegdan and Belgrade fortress – the historic sight, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, The Gathering Church (Saborna) and the Patriarchy, Belgrade’s best known street and pedestrian zone – Knez Mihailova Street, the favovit central meeting point for locals - the Republic Square, the National Museum and the National Theatre, the Belgrade’s City Hall constructed between 1912. And 1920., the New Court, the Parliament, Saint Mark’s Church built in 1935. Something worth to visit the Saint Sava Temple, the largest Christian Orthodox Temple in the Balkans and one of the largest in the world. Next stop you have to visit is the Royal and The White Court. Evening you should end in bohemian quarter of Skadarlija. Skadarlija bears a resemblance to Paris’s Monmartre neighborhood. There you will enjoy Serbia’s national dishes to the sound of traditional music. Next day you will continue sightseeing visiting New Belgrade and Zemun.
Belgrade has a reputation for its nightlife with a good reason. Belgrade is famous for many cultural events, including FEST (Belgrade Film Festival), BITEF (Belgrade Theatre Festival), BELEF (Belgrade Summer Festival), BEMUS (Belgrade Music Festival), Belgrade Book Fair, Belgrade Beer Festival and many, many others.