1. Kalemegdan fortress
This fortress was being build from the first to the eighteenth century. It was built by the Romans, Serbs and Turks, and destroyed by the Visigoths, Germans, Celts, Vikings, Turks and many other barbarians who have passed these parts in their conquests. In 1404 Despot Stefan has declared Belgrade as the capital of Serbia. Serbian territory was stretching from Belgrade to Prizren and to the Bar on the Adriatic Sea. The Despot’s castle was within the Kalemegdan walls, in the Upper Town. Kalemegdan consists of Upper Town (Despot’s Gate, Sahat Tower, Roman well and the Statue of the winner, which was the inspiration for the logo of our company) and Lower Town (Neboisha Tower, Amam Turkish bath, Gateway of Charles VII and the park in which many of the statues of important figures from Serbian history are stated). Apart from all this Kalemegdan fortress has other sights: the pavilion “Cvieta Zuzorich”, the ZOO, basketball clubs “Red Star” and “Partizan”, tennis clubs, etc.
Bohemian district in the downtown of Belgrade, famous for its restaurants and bars, some of which are among the oldest in the Balkans. Meeting place of artists from the early nineteenth century to the present time. It is full of galleries, antique and souvenirs shops.
3. Ada Ciganlija
A lake in the center of Belgrade, known resort and a place where young people and those who feel so get together. The place is full of cafes and restaurants, some of which are open 24-7, 365 days a year, on the beautiful beach. Ada has received two years in a row the Blue Flag – an award for the clean beach and water.
4. Avala Towerand Memorial Park
At over 500m above sea level is a monument to the Unknown Soldier, which is the work of sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, and memorial park. Near the monument is the Avala tower, which was destroyed at the end of the twentieth century by the modern barbarians, but was rebuilt and together with Belgrade’s Winner monument is one of the symbols of Belgrade.
5. River clubs
In recent years, these clubs have become a symbol of Belgrade, as the places where young people get together. Thanks to them, Belgrade is the capital of entertainment in Europe and in the second place in the world, right after New York.
6. Knez Mihailo Street
Favourite pedestrian zone of Belgrade and the street that connects the most famous square in Belgrade (Republic Square) and Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan. It is full of shops, restaurants, cafes.
7. Republic Square
The most favorite meeting place in Belgrade and the square where the National Museum, the National Theatre and the monument to Knez Mihail are located.
8. Kosutnjak and Topcider
Belgrade is one of the few cities that has a forest in the middle of the city. It is a favorite picnic destination in Belgrade. It is full of restaurants and bars, some of which have spectacular views over Belgrade.
It is the old part of Zemun, which stretches along the bank of the Danube river and is a popular place for long walks.
Vinca culture is an Early Neolithic culture in Europe (between the first centuries of 5th millennium BC and the first centuries of 4th millennium BC). Vinca culture was technologically most advanced prehistoric culture in the world. The earliest copper metallurgy in Europe comes from the Vinca sites Belovode in east Serbia. By the General Urban Development Plan of Belgrade, the Danube riparian zone, in Vinca, was declared as an archaeological park.