Belgrade (Beograd / Београд in Serbian) is the capital of Serbia. It is located in the Pannonian plains in the north of Serbia, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The area has been settled since prehistoric times. During Roman times it was a major city of the empire. The Slavs settled down in the Belgrade area in the 6th century and later made Belgrade their capital. Later Belgrade was occupied by the Ottomans and the Habsburg empire. Over the centuries the city was destroyed and rebuilt several times. It became the capital of Yugoslavia after World War I and the capital of Serbia after 1991.
Belgrade nowadays is a pleasant city with a picturesque historic core centered around the Kalemegdan citadel. The Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area extends from the citadel to the southeast and is full of shops and cafes. The modern part of Belgrade is located along the western banks of the Sava river.
How to get to Belgrade
Belgrade is well connected with the European motorway and railway networks and can easily be reached by plane.
Accommodation options include hotels and pensions, all bookable via the international booking portals.
01 Stambol gate with clock tower 02 Cannon 03 Cannons 04 Kalemegdan park at sunset 05 Kalemegdan park at sunset
06 St Michael church and clock tower 07 Beer garden 08 History pavilion 09 Souvenir stalls 10 Souvenir stalls
11 Zindan gate 12 Zindan gate 13 Zindan gate
14 Fortress wall 15 Climbing the walls 16 Pobednik statue 17 Zindan gate 18 Wedding couple and photographer
01 Krsmanovic house 02 Building in Kralja Petra street 03 Gracanicka street with Tika office 04 Restaurant with red umbrellas
05 Pariska street crossing 06 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area 07 House of the national assembly
08 House of the national assembly 09 Constitutional court 10 National museum
11 National museum 12 National theater 13 University of Belgrade
14 University of Belgrade 15 Student park 16 Ornamental facade 17 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area
18 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area 19 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area 20 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area 21 Ornamental facade 22 Neoclassical building
23 Neoclassical building 01 St Michael cathedral 02 St Mark church 03 St Mark church 04 St Mark church
05 St Mark church interior 06 St Mark church interior 07 St Mark church interior 08 St Mark church interior 09 St Mark church interior
10 St Sava church 11 St Sava church 12 St Sava church 13 Christ pantocrator mosaic
14 Christ pantocrator mosaic 15 Dome in St Sava church 16 St Sava church 17 St Sava church 18 St Michael cathedral
19 St Sava church at night 20 St Sava church at night 21 St Sava church at night 22 St Sava church at night 23 St Sava church at night
01 View from fortress over Sava river 02 Boat on Danube river
03 View from fortress over Sava river
04 View from fortress over Sava river
05 Sava river in Belgrade
06 Belgrade skyline 07 Belgrade skyline
08 Sava riverfront 09 Sava river and St Michael cathedral
01 Rajiceva shopping mall 02 Rajiceva mall
03 Rajiceva square 04 Rajiceva shopping centre 05 Kneza Mihaila pedestrian area 06 Rajiceva shopping mall
07 Hillary and Bill Clinton invaded Kosovo 08 Delta City shopping mall 09 Museum of contemporary art
10 Hyundai i40 11 Republic square 12 Republic square
13 Rajiceva square 14 Nikola Tesla statue
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