• Location: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 40.00 View price calendar

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Explore Belgrade’s Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian past on a private 4-hour guided tour. Discover how Belgrade was a dividing line between Christianity and Islam, and Eastern and Western Europe, with periods of occupation by the Turks and Austro-Hungarians. Visit Belgrade Fortress and learn about the masters and battles that shaped it, and see traces of Ottoman rule in Kosancicev venac. Stroll around the steep cobbles and old houses of Zemun’s Gardos quarter; admire the stellar Danube views from the Gardos Tower; and finish with drinks or snacks at a traditional café.


  • Private 4-hour Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Belgrade tour with an informative guide
  • Visit Belgrade Fortress, the oldest part of the city, and stroll around its fortifications
  • See the towers and walls and learn how they were shaped by conquests by the Turks and Austro-Hungarians
  • Pass through cobbled Kosancicev venac and see the Church of St Sava, Princess Ljubica’s Residence and more
  • Explore the vibrant Gardos area of Zemun, with its cobbled hills, old houses and slower pace
  • Absorb the beautiful views of the Danube from the Gardos Tower and visit a café for drinks or snacks
  • Enjoy a flexible itinerary and the undivided attention of a private guide

What You Can Expect

Belgrade Private Tour - Between Ottomans and Austro-Hungarians

Zemun view from Gardos

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Very good tour, the guide was great and we got to talk a lot about the history, but also what life is like now in Belgrade

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