All Belgrade Car Tour

Kid Friendly in Zlatibor

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Short stay? No worries, take the ride and enjoy! Explore Belgrade from the comfort of our car and see over 30 attractions. This exclusive and private tour will show you all the important historical, cultural and commercial sights of the city. Hear the history behind bombing scars, visit Sent Sava Cathedral - the second largest Orthodox church in the world, walk along the Danube and visit Zemun- a historically rich city that was absorbed by Belgrade in the 1930s. Learn about city squares, bridges, parks, museums...Languages offered: English, Russian, Greek, Turkish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: St. Sava Temple (Hram Svetog Save), BelgradeSent Sava Temple is the largest Serbian Orthodox church and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. The building was founded in 1935, and in 2019 a big part of the church interior was completed and open for visitors. Now we have the opportunity to see the temple from the inside and outside, and to learn more about the biography of the most famous Serbian archbishop.Duration: 20 minutesPass By: The National Assembly, BelgradeThe National assembly building and the main post office are next to each other, located at Nikola Pasic Square.Pass By: Spa in Hotel Moskva, BelgradeOne of the oldest in Belgrade.Pass By: Nikola Pasic Square, BelgradeOn this square, we will pass Kneza Milosa street - one of the busiest streets in Belgrade with numerous embassies and banks. It is also a memorial of 2 NATO bombing scars buildings Pass By: Trg Slavija, BelgradeThe most famous crossroads with fountain and the only place in Belgrade where you can find all kinds of transportation passing together.Pass By: Partizan Stadium, BelgradeStadiums of 2 the most famous football rivals of Serbia, Red Star and Partizan.Pass By: Museum of Yugoslavia, BelgradeOne of the most visited tourist places in Belgrade. Until today, the memorial has been reportedly visited by more than 17 million people.Pass By: Delta City, BelgradeThe first shopping mall in Belgrade of that size.Stop At: Zemunski kej, Zemun, BelgradeZemun is one of the oldest settlements in the world originated at the same time as Belgrad. It is the 3rd or 4th the oldest city in Europe. This small city is known for its bohemian and artistic spirit, cafes and seafood restaurants and landscaped quay on the Danube. We will also visit Gardos, the Millenium Tower with a magnificent view. Here at the local farmer's market, you can buy homemade cookies and taste them right away.Duration: 35 minutesPass By: Grand Casino Beograd, BelgradeAn old and abandoned hotel of Yugoslavia, where all the eminent people were staying in the 1970s, now only one part is working and it is the biggest Grand Casino. Pass By: USCE Shopping Center, BelgradeIt is located on a confluence of two rivers Sava and Danube and that's how this popular shopping mall got its name. Across the financial building is a long bay full of cafe bars, bike paths, restaurants on the river and a big promenade.

What’s included

  • Private Chauffeur
  • Hotel Pick up and Drop off
  • Private guide
  • Entry/Admission - St. Sava Temple (Hram Svetog Save)
  • Entry/Admission - Zemunski kej

What’s not included

  • Tickets for the Millenium Tower ( optional) 1,7e per person
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