#1 The Old Kalemegdan Fortress
When you come to Belgrade, this is the first place to visit. Built in 279 BC, Kalemegdan, or Belgrade Fortress, is located in one of the best parks in the famous white city. Kalemegdan is located in the city center, and it’s open 24/7, and it’s free.
#2 Famous Pobednik (The Victor) Monument
This is one of the most loved places in Belgrade. Standing next to Pobednik, you will be able to soak in the most amazing view in the city, watching the two rivers creating a confluence.
#3 Stroll Down The Knez Mihailova Street
Knez Mihailova Street is the main street in Belgrade. This is both the main pedestrian shopping zone in Belgrade, surrounded by mostly cultural landmarks such as the National Museum and National Theatre.
#4 Visit The National Museum of Serbia
Behind the Knez Mihailo monument, you can find the National Museum of Serbia. If you are a fan of history, you must visit this museum and get familiar with amazing Serbian history and art.
#5 Climb To Avala Tower
Visit Avala Tower for spectacular panoramic views and unique architecture. Once you climb this TV tower, you will enjoy 100 kilometers of breathtaking panorama of the city. This is one of the most famous landmarks, not only in Belgrade but in former Yugoslavia as well.
#6 Pay a Visit to Bohemian Skadarlija
Stroll down the last bohemian quarter in Belgrade. Skadarlija is located in the city center and it’s one of the last hidden gems in Europe.
#7 Visit the Museum of Nikola Tesla
Make sure that you visit this museum with a guide, to get the most out of it. Tours are usually around 45 minutes and you will be able to try many experiments. Get ready to make lightbulb lightsabers, get shocked by electricity and play with Tesla coils.
#8 Visit the Famous St. Sava Temple
St. Sava Temple is a Serbian Orthodox church, and it’s considered to be the Orthodox heart of Belgrade. This is also the largest Serbian Orthodox church. Visiting this temple is a must. You will also get a chance to go seven meters below the ground to explore its crypt and dome mosaic.
#9 Chill At Ada Ciganlija
Ada Ciganlija is a river island, just slightly outside of the city’s center. This is a famous swimming area with wide beaches and a wide range of sports and adventurous activities. If you are into bungee jumping, you will find it here. Enjoy beach sports while having a barbeque with friends out in the open.
#10 See the magnificent towers of Belgrade Waterfront
Whether you are a tourist or a local, Belgrade Waterfront offers amazing spots to enjoy nature. It has a promenade, parks, playgrounds, fitness, gym, shopping center, restaurants, bars, cafes, private parking as well as a boat dock.