Some 115 battles have been fought over imposing, impressive Kalemegdan, and the citadel was destroyed more than 40 times throughout the...
School of Fine Arts
Gallery of Frescos
The gallery features full-size replicas (and the odd original) of Byzantine Serbian church art, right down to the last scratch. Unlike...
Once an air-raid shelter and then a mushroom farm, (still smells a bit that way), Andergraund is a warren of caverns where the big-name...
By the fortress, this is a literal bastion of refined dining, featuring sumptuous dishes like rolled steak and goose liver with truffle...
Military Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Tucked away in Belgrade's sprawling Kalemegdan Citadel, this museum presents the complete military history of the former Yugoslavia. Gripping displays include captured Kosovo Liberation Army weapons, bombs and missiles (courtesy of NATO), rare guns and bits of the American stealth fighter that was shot down in 1999. You'll find the museum through the Stambol Gate, built by the Turks in the mid-1700s and used for public executions.