Belgrade City Centre for Beginners Walking Tour

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15 EUR

This is a very basic tour of Belgrade, covering the city centre: Knez Mihailova Street, the Serbian National Theatre, Skadarlija Street, the Kalemegdan Fortress, and the Belgrade Waterfront.

Duration: 4 hours
    Available in
  • English
Tour by Bogdan
Local Ambassador

I am a theater director, a founder of NGO that explores culture and history of Slavic people and a world traveler.

I would describe myself as a curious person while others usually say that I am charismatic as well.

I am open to new people and experiences - in fact, it is my job to be - a lot of interviews and appearances on tv are a must for young directors. I am very talkative, I could probably keep a conversation on every subject imaginable.

I studied in Edinburgh for a bit, and
I spent two years in the US. so I should be fluent in English. Besides English, I can speak Serbian (native) Bulgarian and Russian, and I hope to be fluent in German really soon :)

I moved to Belgrade during my studies and I fell in love with the city.

I like this job because I have met so many wonderful people and I even made a few priceless friendships.

My hours, though costly, are flexible and effective: you'll be able to see and find out more than you thought you would in a very compact packaging.

For private tours, feel free to contact me prior to your reservations so we can choose the best tours for you.

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Highlights

  • Get to know the history of Serbia with a local guide

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Description

During my tour I’ll cover the basics of Belgrade’s history, the Serbian mentality, and the unique architecture of the city.

Knez Mihailova Street bears the name of one Serbia's greatest leaders – Prince Mihailo Obrenovic. It’s the most famous street in Serbia, and it leads to the Kalemegdan Fortress, the most-visited tourist attraction in Belgrade. The view is breathtaking!

Skadarlija, the second most-famous street in Belgrade, is the bohemian heart of the city. It still has cobblestones and there are kafanas (Serbian pubs) on both sides.

Even though there’s a lot of history, Belgrade is a city of the future. Belgrade Waterfront is a project financed by Eagle Hills (based in Abu Dhabi), which will re-shape the right bank of the Danube into a modern business and elite residential area, resembling Dubai's downtown.

I let people take their time for photos and selfies, and I especially like answering difficult questions. I won't rush you; the tour can last as long as you wish (but please be reasonable!)

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What’s included & not included

  • Walking tour with a knowledgeable local

Meeting point

Republic Square

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5.0/5

Excels in tailor made experiences
for Bogdan
Bogdan is a rare find. He is devoted to giving you the best time possible. For a fellow his age he has travelled so many already. No wonder he speaks so many languages. His english is excellent. Thank goodness because he talks a lot, haha. This is good, there is a lot to tell about the beautiful city of Belgrade, and Bogdan seems to know all about it and the history alike.

Immediately after booking the tour, Bogdan inquired about our wishes and expectations. Conversation was very easily. He made some reservations in advance, which turned out a must in the more popular venues. We agreed upon a place to meet where we started a tour through the city center. After a while we sat down in a Kafana, a typical Serbian pub. Would be difficult to find on your own, but inside was amazing, the place was filled with memorabilia of the Tito era from top to bottom. Live folk music made the experience complete.

I wish Bogdan a lot of success with his career as director. I'm sure he would succeed in every endeavor he engages in. He sure is a good guide, highly recommend him.
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