Belgrade Grand Tour

Get to know true Belgrade with Prive Concierge.

We will take you to the best places and help you feel genuine spirit of Serbia’s vibrant capital.

Explore Belgrade with Prive Concierge

Belgrade Grand Sightseeing Tour includes:

  • Saint Sava Temple – The largest Orthodox church in the world
  • National Library – Founded in 1832.
  • Karađorđe’s Monument and Park – Leader of the First Serbian Uprising in 1804.
  • Dedinje – Residential part of the town
  • House of Flowers – Museum of history of Yugoslavia, a place where the former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito was buried
  • Park Topčider – One of the oldest parks in Belgrade, located in the valley of the river Topčider
  • Milošev konak (residence of Prince Miloš) – Built in 1831. In front of this building, there is one of the oldest and most beautiful platanus tree (London plane tree) in Europe, protected as a natural rarity (it is more than 400 years old)
  • Ada Ciganlija – The Belgrade Hawaii. The river island on the 4th km from the confluence of the Sava river into Danube, Belgrade’s most popular destination in summer (200.000 visitors during weekend days)
  • Ada Bridge – New Bridge over the Sava river – The most upstream Belgrade bridge across the Sava, 930 m long, 45 m wide, with a 200 m high pylon
  • Belgrade Fair – 14 halls, 100.000 sq m of exhibition space
  • The main bus and train stations – Bombed buildings during NATO-bombing in 1999.
  • Project “Belgrade Waterfront” – Presentation, 1.850.000 sq m of residential and offices properties
  • Old Sava tram bridge – Used both for car and tram traffic. The smallest bridge in Belgrade and the only one for trams
  • Sava Centre – Congress, cultural and business centre for multifunctional activities, opened in 1979, with the largest audience in the hall for the former Yugoslavia (4.000 seats)
  • Belgrade Kombank Arena – multipurpose hall in New Belgrade intended for sports, culture, entertainment, exhibition and other events (20.000 seats)

  • Genex Tower – Western City Gate, a height of 115 m, the second highest skyscraper in Belgrade
  • Zemun (town in a town) – Gardoš – located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube and representing a touristic spirit of Belgrade
  • Hotel “Yugoslavia” – Opened in 1969. It was the largest and most modern hotel in former Yugoslavia
  • Grand Casino – The largest casino in the Western Balkans
  • Ušće – The business and shopping centre
  • Branko’s bridge – Bridge of brotherhood and unity, daily cross for 100,000 vehicles
  • Serbian Orthodox Cathedral – The biggest church in principalities of Serbia
  • Kafana “Question mark” – One of the oldest houses and the oldest saved taverns in Belgrade, history on a plate
  • Konak (residence) of princess Ljubica – The most representative city house from the first half of the 19th century
  • Belgrade Patriarchate – Ecclesiastical authority Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Kalemegdan Park – The largest Belgrade Park and the most important cultural and historical complex
  • Belgrade Fortress – The present Belgrade grew around this City fortress
  • Knez Mihailo’s Street – Pedestrian zone and shopping centre, the oldest and most valuable monumental urban environment
  • The Republic Square – Central city square
  • Terazije Square– The most famous square in Belgrade
  • Slavija Square– The busiest square in Belgrade
  • Republic Parliament
  • The City Hall

Important Information:

  • The price includes A/C vehicle and English speaking guide
  • The price does not include tickets to the places that guests want to visit during sightseeing
  • Program is available all year around and it lasts from 3 up to 6 hours, depending on the guest wishes and time
  • You can combine this tour with other tours we offer