For sophisticated travelers who are bored with trips to classical Europe and its capitals, it is proposed to pay attention to the real unexplored Europe. A trip to the Serbian capital Belgrade will be an excellent trip worthy of your separate time and attention.

Serbia is a visa-free country for Russian citizens, so a foreign passport and purchased tickets are enough to travel to Belgrade.

The city is divided into two parts — new and old, in which the established sights are collected. However, the new part of Belgrade should not be deprived of attention.

Old Belgrade and its sights

  • The main attraction of the city is the Kalemegdan fortress, whose history dates back to the 4th century. Inside the fortress there is a military museum, besides, you can just walk around its territory and plunge into the past for several centuries.
  • The territory of the fortress is located in a large park, from where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Danube and the new part of the city, play chess with the locals or relax in the shade of trees.
  • Not far from the fortress for children and adults there is a wonderful zoo with a wide variety of animals.
  • The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is associated with the name of the famous scientist Nikola Tesla, where he spent his life and scientific activity.
  • Now one of the most interesting museums dedicated to the scientist has been opened in the city. Turning to the guide for an excursion, or on your own, you can study his scientific works and devote a couple of hours to your self-education.

Not far from the palace, which houses the Tesla Museum, is the main Christian church of the city — the Cathedral of St. Saava. Inside and outside, the temple impresses with its decoration and beauty.

War and peace on the same road

  • There are many dilapidated old buildings in Belgrade, reminiscent of recent soldiers. Life flows peacefully around these buildings, new houses are being built, cars are driving and passers-by are walking, but the walls of these destroyed houses still remind residents of past events and make them think about their past and future.
  • Serbia is also famous for its national cuisine, which you can try in one of the many restaurants and cafes in the center of Belgrade.
  • A variety of dishes, huge portions and relatively low cost do not leave tourists indifferent to Serbian cuisine.

In the evening, life is in full swing on the streets of the capital, so you should definitely take a walk along the boulevards, evening boulevards, visit one of the music bars or dance and make new acquaintances in one of the nightclubs in Belgrade.

A trip to the capital of Serbia — Begrad — will leave an unforgettable impression, bring a fresh touch to lovers of new places and emotions, and also give the tourist a varied vacation for every taste.