Whole day sightseeing tour of Belgrade
Saturday, 19 September 2015
Start at 8:30 in front of the hotel „Crowne Plaza“.
Panoramic city bus tour: New Belgrade, Ada Bridge,
Museum of Yugoslav History (ʻHouse of Flowers’),
Partizan Stadium, Church of Saint Sava, Slavija Square,
Belgrade City Hall, Terazije Square, National Assembly
of the Republic of Serbia, Tašmajdan Park, Nikola Tesla
Walking tour: Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park,
Catedral Church, Kafana ʻQuestion Mark’, Knez
Mihailova Street, Republic Square, Skadarlija.
Lunch in a national restaurant in Skadarlija (about 15:30).
Finish of the tour will be about 17:00.
Museum of Yugoslav History is located on Dedinje. The
museum complex comprises three buildings, set in a 3 hectare
park: Museum ʻMay 25th’, ʻHouse of Flowers’ and Old
Museum. ʻHouse of Flowers’ is the mausoleum of Josip Broz
Tito, the leader of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Church of Saint Sava is the largest Orthodox church in the
world, dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian
Orthodox Church. Nearby is the National Library of Serbia and
the Monument of Karadjordje, the founder of modern Serbia.
Nikola Tesla Museum preserve and display the legacy of
Nikola Tesla, one of the the world’s most famous inventors and
scientists in the fields of physics, electrical engineering and
Belgrade Fortress is the oldest part of Belgrade. We will see
the confluence of the Sava river into the Danube, Zindan Gate,
Despot Stefan’s Tower, Church of St. Petka, Rose Church,
Victor Monument, Roman Well, Military Museum, Clock Gate.
Skadarlija is the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade with a lot
of restaurants and art galleries.
The price of the tour is 50 EUR.
It is not included in the Registration Fee. Registration for tour is
required before the start of the symposium by E-mail, and
payment should be done during the time of registration.
The price includes panoramic bus tour, walking tour,
proffesional guide (in English), tickets to Museum of
Yugoslav History (ʻHouse of Flowers’), Nikola Tesla
Museum, The Roman Well in Belgrade Fortress and a
lunch in a national restaurant in Skadarlija.