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Things to do in Belgrade
Belgrade is Serbia’s capital and largest city. It’s located where the Danube and Sava Rivers meet, where you can see amazing views of Belgrade. The city is chockfull of museums, beautiful architecture, tasty cuisine, amazing festivals, and a very colourful nightlife. That’s why travellers flock the city. Find out for yourself what will make you fall in love with Belgrade.
Start your adventure by visiting the city’s major attractions. You’ll marvel at one of the most beautiful buildings in Serbia when you see the Church of Saint Sava. Take more stunning travel photos at Belgrade Fortress where you can see the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park. This park is home to the 14-metre high Victor of Kalemegdan monument. And you can also spend hours here for ice-skating and skiing.
When you’re done, go for a walk to see Saint Michael’s Cathedral nearby. Other places you shouldn’t miss are the Nikola Tesla Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Kalemegdan Towers, and the Zeleni Venac market.
You’ll love shopping in Zeleni Venac, but if you’re looking to buy locally designed items, the Belgrade Design District shopping centre is your best bet. You can also spend your Belgrade Dinar and taste the local food that blends the best of European cuisines.
Spare a night and experience Belgrade’s amazing nightlife, where the locals party until sunrise and treat every night like it’s Friday night. But before you dance the night away, don’t forget to taste their popular rakia plum brandy. From May to September, the floating river clubs on Danube and Sava rivers come to life. But to know which clubs you should check out, read The Hungry Partier’s guide to Belgrade’s nightlife.
Another great way you can experience the local culture is by visiting during the city’s best events, like September’s Belgrade International Theatre Festival, Belgrade Summer Festival from July to August, the Belgrade Beer Festival in August, and Belgrade Tango Festival in April.
What you should know
The best time to visit Belgrade is during spring and autumn when you can enjoy comfortable weather. For many, Belgrade’s weather is best on October.
The local language in the city is Serbian. But no worries because most people understand basic English. To be on the safe side, bring a good phrasebook or language app on your trip.
Singaporeans do not need a visa to travel to Belgrade for up to 90 days.
Travelling to and around Belgrade
Once you land at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, you can reach the city by bus or taxi. After you’re settled, start wandering around Belgrade by taxi, bus, train, or boat.
Go and say “zdravo” (hello) to Belgrade and let’s book your Belgrade flights today!
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