The largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans. It was built in the Serbo-Byzantine style and including the cross on top of the dome, it is 82 meters high.
2. KNEZ MIHAILOVA STREET AND KALEMEGDAN FORTRESS
Belgrade Fortressis the most important sight in Belgrade. This former stronghold, today a park consists of four different units: Great Kalemegdan, Little Kalemegdan (together make Kalemegdan Park), Upper and Lower Towns.
Visit to Skadar Street (Skadarlija) the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade. It includes well-known restaurants, hotels, art galleries, antique and souvenir shops. Serbian food is mainly heavy, with plenty of calories. Meat, pastry and local vegetables dominate in Serbian cuisine.
4.NIKOLA TESLA MUSEUM
One of the most important museums in Belgrade and in Europe. The museum is dedicated to one of the most brilliant scientists in the World, the great inventor Nikola Tesla.
River island on the Sava River, near its confluence with the Danube, at a distance of only four kilometers from the center of Belgrade.Ada offers various choices. You can spend an active sports day, relax at one of the beaches or just take a walk. If you prefer night fun, go out to one of the numerous bars and clubs on Ada.