The finest five star hotels in Belgrade
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Belgrade Destination Guide
When discussing Serbia, most people think of cold winter chills. However if you’re looking for a luxury cultural holiday, Belgrade is the place for you. As one of the oldest cities in Europe, and having been battled over 115 times, there are plenty of historical sights of interest to see.
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Belgrade has many sites of interest which offer scenic views and eating areas. In particular the very heart of the city is lively with the hustle and bustle of tourists on their way to new destinations. Many of the streets are pedestrian only; a special luxury to those used to the likes of London and Paris! At night these streets are filled with the sound music played by live bands.
Religion has played an important part in Belgrade’s development, as can be seen from the many churches and monasteries that grace the streets.While there make sure you also visit a Splav; barge restaurants located along the Save and Danube rivers that serve excellent food with dancing and nightlife.
- EATING AND DRINKING
Belgrade has hundreds of restaurants specialising in native cuisine. Be sure to check out the local dishes, in particular the roštilj, a Serbian speciality:
- Manjež restaurant -
This famous restaurant has a distinctive service with a large selection of traditional Serbian food, spirits and cakes.
- Orac -
Meaning ploughman, this traditional tavern serves local specialities and even has regular barbeques.
- Orašac -
A garden restaurant set in the heart of Belgrade with scenic views, it serves traditional recipes< from Old Belgrade.
- Alaš restaurant -
Enjoy the authentic atmosphere of the ranch specialties. In particular the meat dishes here are something special!
- CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
With so much culture in this city it’s hard to choose what to visit first. Here are our top four destinations for the avid Belgrade tourist:
- The St Sava Church -
The biggest Eastern Orthodox Church in the world, is a must see for all holiday makers.
- Belgrade Cathedral -
A stunning building erected in 1837. The art and design is simply beautiful, with many famous paintings held within.
- The National Museum -
Based in the well-known Republic Square and founded in 1844, this museum has over 400,000 items including works by Renoir, Monet and Van Gogh.
- The Military Museum -
This museum resides inside the beautiful Belgrade Fortress. Take a look at the many objects the museum holds, including a striking photo collection with over 100,000 photographs.
- THINGS TO DO
Belgrade has plenty to offer; from sightseeing to relaxing and eating make sure you visit our chosen hot spots:
- Knez Mihajlova -
This street is one of the busiest pedestrian-only roads in Belgrade. With ample shopping and cafes take a stroll and embrace the sights.
- Belgrade Zoo -
Open daily, this zoo is fun for people of all ages. View the mighty Siberian tigers, or simply laugh at the monkeys causing mischief.
- The Old Royal Palace -
A definite point of interest: Built in 1881 it was the residence of Serbian Kings. With beautiful grounds and open all year round, you can’t miss out.
- Ada Ciganlija -
This exquisite island in the middle of Sava River has its own artificial lake- perfect for long picnics and romantic strolls. Or why not sample one of the famous Splav’s?