City Break Belgrade


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Take this City break with us and visit Belgrade, capital of the Republic of Serbia. Over the years, this city has become a popular tourist destination, thanks to an interesting blend of building styles, a long history and a crazy nightlife.

Belgrade is located at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube. It is one of the most beautiful places in the whole Belgrade, a place where you can see a clear difference in the colors of the two rivers.

The most famous tourist guide “Lonely Planet” once placed the capital of Serbia at the top of the list of the 10 most exciting world cities for nightlife.

Belgrade has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment and gastronomy, with its beauty and rich historical heritage. The city really lives 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in all spheres, so if you plan to visit clubs, rafts, restaurants, theater performances in just couple days, expect to return from this vacation quite exhausted. But it will be worth it.
In addition to crazy fun, Belgrade also offers its visitors a variety of cultural content.
Numerous museums, various events and historical locations allow you to peek into the turbulent past of the city, which has been at the crossroads of time for almost 2,500 years.

Join us on our tour and discover why they say for that Belgrade is a city that never sleeps.


3 days in belgrade Highlights


Day 1

Welcome to Belgrade

Welcome to Serbia. Your adventure begins with a welcome, upon arrival at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Transfer to the hotel. (Check-in at selected accommodation). If your flight is earlier in the morning, we can arrange Day 1 with more activities.

Beograd temple
Day 2
Beograd Kalemegdan


After breakfast we go for a panoramic driven tour of New Belgrade: Belgrade Arena – Sava Center – Hayatt Hotel – Dedinje – House of Flowers – Marakana – Church of St. Save.

We proceed with a walking tour of the city center and visiting the famous Knez Mihajlova street I, protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable city monuments in Belgrade.
The street connects Kalemegdan Fortress and Republic Square. Always full of life, filled with shops, cafes and restaurants, Knez Mihajlova is the best place if you want to feel the pulse of Belgrade and admire different building styles.

Nearby is Skadarlija, one of an old street exclusively for pedestrians and one of the most famous sights in Belgrade. Almost every night as you walk through this stone bohemian district of Belgrade you can enjoy live music. Free time for lunch on your own.

In the afternoon we will go to the fortress Kalemegdan. Kalemegdan Fortress is located in the Old Town, at the intersection of the Sava and Danube. It is the most visited landmark in Belgrade, and in 1979 it was declared a cultural monument of exceptional importance.
Inside the fortress there are several exhibitions worth seeing. Entrance to the fortress is free, but a ticket to enter Nebojsa’s tower is charged.
Rest of the afternoon at leisure or we can book some additional services for you such as: Communist tour, Belgrade food tour, River sightseeing cruise. In the evening you can pick something like: Pub crawl, Folklore Dinner, Bohemian night with dinner ….
Choices are there. Overnight.


Day 3

Day at leisure or optional excursion to Novi Sad and national park Fruska Gora

Today, after breakfast we suggest a full day trip to Novi Sad, Sremski Karlovci and Fruska Gora.
Drive through the picturesque landscapes of Pannonia, listening to interesting stories told by our guide. Fruška gora is the largest mountain in the province of Vojvodina, and since 1960 it has been one of the five national parks in Serbia. 80 kilometers long mountain is called a ‘mirror of the geological past’ because of the numerous animal fossils found on it. The national park is full of monasteries, 35 of them to be precise, and they were built in the period from the 15th to the 18th century. The one we are visting -Krusedol was founded in the early 16th century, and it is probably the most important one. Monasteries are vital part of Serbian heritage as they ensured that Serbian identity and Orthodox religion would survive through difficult times during Turkish occupation.

Next stop is Sremski Karlovci , as many says Serbia’s prettiest town, famous for it’s beautiful architecture, rich history and winemaking tradition. Optional lunch at traditional Serbian restaurant with wine tasting.
In the afternoon we visit Novi Sad, a second largest Serbian city, the capital of Serbian autonomous province – Vojvodina. You will first visit city’s main attraction, the Petrovaradin Fortress, known as “the Gibraltar of the Danube’’, a stunning example of 18th century European military architecture. Here you can explore underground labyrinths that lie under the fortress – you will be fascinated. Later explore city’s historical center with your guide, learn about rich history and cultural diversity. Austria-Hungary style, is most visible in the main town square, Freedom square. From Freedom square stretches Zmaj Jovina Street, the most important pedestrian zone in Novi Sad, where a large number of cafes, summer gardens and shops for various purposes are located. Free time and return to Beograd.
Rest of the day at leisure or we can book some additional activates for you in the evening such: River cruises, Pub crawl, Folklore Dinner, Bohemia night …. Overnight.


Day 4

Belgrade – Check out and transfer to the airport

Breakfast. Check out and transfer to airport. There are no activities planned for the final day and you are able to depart the accommodation at any time before 11:00
You may consider extending your stay by adding more days to this itinerary, no worries we will be happy to book additional services for you.


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What is the best time of the year to visit Belgrade?

The best time to visit Belgrade is spring and autumn. In those months the weather is usually pleasant and warm. But as everywhere every season has a special charm so it depends on your personal preferences.

What is the official currency of Serbia

The official currency of Serbia is the Dinar. Credit cards are accepted in most hotels and shops, and nearly all ATMs accept international bank cards. Currency exchange in Belgrade (including at Belgrade Airport) accept Sterling, US Dollars, and Euros. (1 USD  = 97 Serbian dinar)

What is the average price of food and drinks in Belgrade?

According to the average European standard, Serbia is among cheapest countries when it comes to food and beverage products.

While meal prices in Belgrade can vary, the average cost of food in Belgrade is 809  Serbian dinars per day (8,37 USD).

Average prices in restaurants and bars:

- Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 5,1  EUR - 6,22 USD
- Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 21,25  EUR - 25,96 USD
- McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 4,68  EUR - 5,71 USD
- Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 1,28  EUR - 1,56 USD
- Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 1,7  EUR - 2,01 USD
- Cappuccino (regular) 1,19  EUR - 1,45 USD
- Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 1,18  EUR - 1,44 USD
- Water (0.33 liter bottle) 0,80  EUR - 0,98 USD


We booked a private tour to Krka waterfalls, and all in all everything was great, we had a transfer with the new car, well informed and very fun guide. Thank you Boris and thank you Magellan. Hope to see you again 🙂
Josephine Hollis
Great walking tour with Davor, who was very informative and friendly, but also fun. He gave a lot of tips for going around the town. I would definitely recommend!!
Rohaan Pena