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3-Hour Belgrade Zemun Neighborhood Tour

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Belgrade, Serbia
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3 hours  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
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Offered in: English

Overview

The historic Zemun quarter is one of Belgrade’s most atmospheric neighborhoods and this 3-hour walking tour takes you right through its heart. Walk the Zemun Promenade along the banks of the Danube, take in the views from Gardoš tower, admire the architecture along Gospodska Street, and see sights including Zemun Market, the Town Hall, and the Church of St. Nicholas.
  • 3-hour Belgrade Zemun Neighborhood tour
  • Explore Belgrade’s historic Zemun district on a guided walking tour
  • Admire architectural landmarks including the Church of St. Nicholas, the Town Hall, and the Magistrate’s Building
  • Take in the views from Gardoš tower and stroll along the banks of the Danube River
  • Ideal tour for first-time visitors to Belgrade or those short on time
  • Choose between a 2-hour private tour or a 3-hour group tour

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Reviews by Viator travelers
A very pleasant walking tour in Zemun, Belgrade
Albert L
, Oct 2018
We had a wonderful experience on this walking tour of the Zemun old town neighborhood, aided by the great, sunny weather. Aleksandar, our tour guide, was very friendly and pleasant, and just great in every way. The 360 degree view from the top of the Gardos tower was magnificent. On the river shore, we were delighted by the view of locals feeding a group of swans. It was 3 hours well spent.
Aleksandar contacted us beforehand...
clarissa.tartar
, Oct 2017
Aleksandar contacted us beforehand and upgraded us to a full-day tour of Belgrade. So we got to see not only Zemun, which is historic and lovely, but also the Kalemegdan fortress, Avala and St. Sava Orthodox Cathedral. St. Sava is kind of the Sagrada Familia of Belgrade - an enormous church being built by donations. While it is unfinished, the work completed the downstairs mosaics is spectacular. Well worth visiting and - if you are so inclined - leave a donation to help complete the work! We really enjoyed learning about Serbian history from Aleksandar and chatting with our group of fellow travelers.
A trip I can recommend even the...
ss
, Aug 2017
A trip I can recommend even the weather was pretty bad. Zemun is an interesting part of Belgrade.

Product code: 44140P5

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