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Golubac Fortress & Iron Gate Gorge day trip from Belgrade

Travel along the Danube from Belgrade to Iron Gates to see the most famous sights of the area. With live, professional guiding, and on an air-conditioned vehicle, you will visit famous Golubac Fortress, Lepenski Vir museum with oldest Mesolithic sculptures in all of Europe, and you will see the stunning beauty of the longest composite valley in Europe.

Belgrade Big Tour: Top Attractions and Belgrade Neighborhoods

If you only take one tour in Belgrade, make it this one—the ‘Big Tour’ offers a comprehensive itinerary packed with all the highlights of the Serbian capital.

Sargan Eight Railway, Drvengrad & House on the Drina River

Discover the often overlooked and seriously underrated sights of Western Serbia on a 12-hour tour from Belgrade.

Most Interesting Places to Visit in Belgrade
Ada Ciganlija

This island on the Sava has been reclaimed and turned into a peninsula and is somewhere for Belgradians to let their hair down and be active. Even though Ada Ciganlija is in the middle of the city, it has been left to nature and is still cloaked with mature elm and oak forest.

Knez Mihailova Street

Extending diagonally through Stari Grad from the fortress to Republic Square, Knez Mihailova is a pedestrianised street and somewhere for Belgradians to shop and go out.

Gardoš Tower

In the oldest part of Zemun, a monument from the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire is lifted over the right bank of the Danube. The Gardoš Tower is also known as the Millennium Tower as it was built in 1896 to celebrate 1,000 years of Hungarian settlement in the Pannonian Plain.

Serbia Travel Tips
Coffee is a BIG deal here

Whether it’s domaća or turska kafa, espresso or “Nescafe”, Serbs are hooked on coffee! Coffee is for Serbia what tea is for England.

Cyrillic Script

You might be confused as many of the signs in Serbia are written in it. However, people in Serbia, especially younger people, tend to speak excellent English, so you’ll have no problem finding your way around.

The electrical connection

An unprepared American tourist is often left with empty phones because they don’t know that Serbian outlets differ from theirs. While Serbian outlets are round and made for two circular plugs to enter. Just find a simple electrical converter.

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Kristina Tomčić

Co-Founder of Master Belgrade

We are Serbia experts. Let us show you the beauty of this land. Choose from a variety of guided tours in & around Belgrade. Your benefits are: Skip the line at some sights, free hotel pick-up from selected hotels and selected tours and included entrance at most of our tours.