Explore the highlights of Belgrade on a private 4-hour city tour. As you drive and walk between the sights, build an overview of the city’s turbulent history and architecture from your guide. Learn about Serbia’s two royal dynasties at the Royal and White Palaces, and the City Assembly, the Old Palace of Serbia’s first king. Discover the Church of St Sava, Serbia’s largest Orthodox church; take in pedestrianized Prince Mihailo Street; and stroll around the old, cobblestoned Kosancicev venac quarter past Princess Ljubica’s Residence, St Michael’s Church and other sights.
Short stay? No worries, take the ride and enjoy!
Explore Belgrade from the comfort of our car and see over 30 attractions. This exclusive and private tour will show you all the important historical, cultural and commercial sights of the city. Hear the history behind bombing scars, visit Sent Sava Cathedral - the second largest Orthodox church in the world, walk along the Danube and visit Zemun- a historically rich city that was absorbed by Belgrade in the 1930s. Learn about city squares, bridges, parks, museums...
Languages offered for all tours: English, Russian, Greek, Turkish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish.
Get oriented in Belgrade as soon as you arrive on this tour. Meet your guide in the airport arrivals hall and head out into the city in an air-conditioned vehicle. As you cruise down the streets of Belgrade, see landmarks and highlights including New Belgrade, Old Town, Belgrade Cathedral, Republic Square, Prince Milos Street, Tito's Memorial, Dedinje, and St. Sava Church. Travel by vehicle to your Belgrade hotel at the end of the tour.
Experience the Serbian capital like a true Belgrader on a private 2- to 6-hour walking tour. The itinerary is entirely up to you and can include the city’s top attractions, hidden corners, popular neighborhoods, and more. Along the way, learn about local culture and history. Before you part ways, your enthusiastic guide provides suggestions on what to see, do, and eat during the remainder of your visit.
Shopping in Belgrade goes from traditional pottery to local fashion, but it takes experience to find the most authentic and stylish locations. Join a personal guide for a Belgrade shopping tour of eight stores with wares you won’t find anywhere else; you can pick up edgy artwork, medieval replicas, custom perfume, updated Yugoslavian shoes, and more.
This is the ideal tour for travelers who’d like to see the best of Belgrade in a day. Save hours researching your trip by having a full itinerary planned out for you. After a convenient pickup, you’ll travel with a guide between dispersed sites. See all of Belgrade's major highlights, see the most city's great museums and learn more about Serbian rich history.
Turn a layover into a day of sightseeing with this full-day, guided tour that includes pickup and drop-off at the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. See the old world and modern life and stretch your legs while wandering the castle-like Belgrade Fortress learning about its history from your guide. Overlook the Sava and Danube rivers, the Republic Square in the bustling city center and more.
Nightlife in Belgrade is famous all over the world – from the pubs and the bars to the clubs, there is always something for everyone. The best way to experience Belgrade after hours is to go along with someone that can help introduce you to the hottest spots in the town and put you in touch with other fun-seeking travellers and locals, and that is exactly what we aim to do!
The host will show you the city’s most happening venues and introduces you to like-minded travelers at the same time. You can choose between numerous nightlife bars and clubs, so we organise private transfer for you and guarantee you a lower price than city taxis.
Our mission is to take you to places that you can’t find on your own, where you can experience the best local parties together with other travellers. Our hosts do their best to make sure you have a great night out. It’s sure to excite everyone & is an experience that won’t soon be forgotten.
With a wealth of history waiting around every corner, exploring Belgrade is an adventure on this private sightseeing tour. Visit the Belgrade Fortress, the cobbled streets of Gardos (complete with stunning views from Millennium Tower), the markets of Zemun, and more, all before winding down at a traditional cafe.
As the largest city in western Romania, Timisoara has been influenced by many cultures. It was used as a crossroads fortress by the Romans, conquered by the Turkish armies in 1552, and came under Austrian rule for two centuries in the early 18th century. Its eventful past has left its mark in Timisoara, and influences from many cultures can be seen in neighbourhoods throughout the city. Settled on the northern bank of the Bega River, the charm of this city lies in its distinct architectural character and vibrant cultural life. Often referred to as “Little Vienna,” Timisoara is home to year-round musical and theatrical performances, art galleries, and museums. It was also the first European city (second in the world only to New York City) to use electricity to illuminate its public streets.
In an unassuming railway depot south of Belgrade lies a relic of a forgotten era. Built in a time when Yugoslavia was recovering from the Second World War, this iconic blue train served to transport the country’s leaders around the different republics of Yugoslavia, and entertain foreign dignitaries so critical to the diplomatic success of the socialist nation.
1. A route to Travel Serbia
2. Solve transportation problems Studenica Monastery, Uvac Canyon
3. Take advantage of the modern city of Novi Sad
4. whatsapp follow up, quality service
5. Belgrade Hotel Transfer
Belgrade is a vibrant cosmopolitan city that never sleeps, city filled with restaurants, bars and galleries, city with rich history. There are plenty of activities in Belgrade that are great for keeping you busy!
The total price of this 2-day tour package includes:
- Accommodation in 4* Apartment in Belgrade city center (300m from the city center)
- Breakfast (buffet)
- Traditional Lunch
- Pick up & Drop off Airport Transfer (Private)
- Belgrade Sightseeing Tours
- 24-hour City Transfers (no need taxi)
- Assistance during the staying in Belgrade
- English speaking host
We offer a flexible choice for short city break holidays in Belgrade. Our concept is “Live Like Local” which is somewhat surprising or less conventional ways of spending your time while in Belgrade and Serbia.
Are you traveling through Belgrade airport and have a layover/stopover for 4 hours or more? Don´t waste your time waiting at the airport, come with us! We will show you the most significant sights of Belgrade. Our guided layover tours are designed to get you to Belgrade city center whether you are traveling on your own or as a group.
- Let us make your wishes a reality with our Create Your Own Belgrade Hop-on Hop-off Tour! You need only to select up to 4 desired tourist attractions from itinerary list in the section below ''What to Expect'' and you can start your PRIVATE tour immediately. Please make your own choice and INFORM US about tourist attractions you would like to visit. We organise specially for you a pick-up transfer to your first tourist attraction, as well as all other city transfers. Keep in mind that you are not limited by time during the whole tour!
- We provide you exclusive customized service according to your personal interest. It’s possible to mix and match tourist attractions and design an individual tailor-made itinerary based on your travel dreams. Discover Belgrade in your unique way! Let's choose desired tourist attractions and make everlasting memories!
- Optional surcharge for English speaking host is 25 eur.
- Optional surcharge for English speaking professional guide is 60 eur
This trip will make you enjoy the spectacular view of the untouched nature of the National Park Tara, feel the remarkable hospitality of Kustendorf, and take you back through the history with the train “Nostalgija”.Time of departure is around 08h. Our official licensed guide will be waiting for you at the agreed place and we will begin our journey to Drvengrad a rectangular ethno village. Famous director Emir Kusturica has built the beautiful ethno village “Drvengrad” (eng. Wooden town) set between two mountains. After that we will go to „the Shargan 8“ where you will take a ride in the train „Nostalgija“.From Mokra Gora to Shargan Vitasi Station you will pass through 22 tunnels, over five bridges, to master the altitude difference of 300 meters and all on the total a distance of 15,440 meters. You will have some free time for the lunch and for your individual activities. We will meet again at the agreed time and go back to Belgrade.
With just under 300,000 inhabitants, Novi Sad is 5-6 times smaller than Belgrade, about 100 kilometers away, when traveling by highway. Despite this fact, even many Belgrade residents consider Novi Sad as the most beautiful city in Serbia and that's why private tours to Novi Sad from Belgrade are really popular. Novi Sad is a city on the Danube river bank, founded in 1694, and was long considered the center of Serbian culture. Today, Novi Sad is the economic, cultural, university center of the northern part of Serbia – Vojvodina. Since this part of Serbia was under the Austro-Hungarian occupation during long time in history, and because of the fact that there is a large number of national minorities in Novi Sad, it adorns a unique charm that can be noticed in the very architecture of the buildings in the town center. On this round trip we can visit some intersting places on the way there.
• Pickup at your accommodation in time that suit you
• 30 min of driving in nice and comfortable car
• sightseeing of Unknown hero monument and park around it on top of the Avala mountain
• View from Avala tower (2,5€ tickets are not included in price)
• Lunch in the Avala mountaineers club restaurant(lunch is not included in price)
Leave the crowds of Belgrade behind on a private 4-hour tour to Kovacica. The quaint Serbian village has a long history dating back to 1802. It’s also the birthplace of Naive Art, which began in the area after World War II. Visit local art galleries and workshops for a behind the scenes look at the unique form of art. Later, visit the home and workshop of a distinguished violin maker.
Step into a classic VW Beetle for a private tour of Belgrade’s Old City and New City, with stops to see the Kalemegdan Fortress, Saint Sava Orthodox Cathedral, the Memorial of Marshall Tito, and more. Exploring the city with a personal guide means you’ll get the inside scoop on local history, Belgrade culture, and quirky landmarks; a handpicked list of photo stops is perfect for capturing the city's best angles.
Learn about Belgrade on this private guided tour. Depart from your hotel in an air-conditioned vehicle and enjoy the view at Belgrade Fortress. Walk through Belgrade’s historic center and learn about the area from your guide. Pause for a refreshment and then make your way to the Memorial of Marshal Tito,and St. Sava Church.