Tours and Excursions in BelgradeEdit This
Though Belgrade has never been among the most popular travel destinations of Europe, the city can offer a lot of attractions to its visitors. The Serbian capital is one of the oldest towns in this part of Europe. The remains of its long and turbulent history still exist on a hill overlooking the mouth of two rivers, the Sava and Danube. That is the site of the fortress of Belgrade - in fact of a complex of various fortifications which were built, torn down and subsequently rebuilt over the centuries at the same place. Many historical layers come one upon the other. The present-day archaeological and historical site is surrounded by the most attractive city park, bearing the old Turkish name of this place - Kalemegdan ...
There are some other attractions in town that should also be visited, such as the Old Town area with the Orthodox Cathedral, the intriguing "?" (Question-mark sign) Inn and the oldest preserved residence of Serbian rulers in Belgrade - Princess Ljubica's Residence.
For a day out of Belgrade there are multiple choices: you can visit Vojvodina to the north, Sumadija to the south, or the Danube area to the east. You are going to discover fascinating landscapes, charming quaint villages, amazingly beautiful monasteries and some superb fortifications and castles.