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Walking City Tour

Date: Thursday, August 31, 2023
Time: 15:15-18:15
Meeting point: Reception of the Hotel Mona Plaza
Price: Free for registered delegates.

Itinerary: Dorćol and lower Dorćol. Walking towards the Belgrade fortress Kalemegdan and a short stay. Through Knez Mihailova street to Terazije square where the tour ends at 18:15pm. Walk with a lincesed tourist guide.

a) Open Bus City Tour

Date: Friday, September 1, 2023
Time: 15:30-17:10
Meeting point: street Cara Dušana 14
Price: 2.950,00 RSD (cca 25 Eur) Payment at Registration desk

The minimum number of passengers for the tour is 30 persons.

Audio guides in languages: Serbian, English, French, German, Russian, Turkish, Italian, Greek and Chinese.

Itinerary: Square Nikola Pašić – Knez Miloš street – Museum “25 maj” – Stadium of football club “Partizan” – Square Autokomanda – Temple of St. Sava – Square Slavija – Kralj Milan street – Square Terazije – The Republic Square – Studentski square – Park Kalemegdan – Belgrade fortress – Congregational Church – Branko´s bridge – Novi Beograd – Shopping centar Ušće – Brankov bridge – Zeleni venac market – Prizrenska street – Hotel Moskva – Square Nikola Pašić.

b) Belgrade River Cruise

Date: Friday, September 1, 2023
Time: 18:00-19:30
Place: In front of the Restaurant Ambar at Beton Hall, Karadjordjeva street bb
Price: 2.100,00 RSD (cca 18 Eur) Payment on the boat

Enjoy in 1 hour 30 minutes of great sightseeing experience on Sava & Danube rivers passes by magic Zemun and Gardosh tower! Explore city from a different view in good atmosphere and feel real vibe of Belgrade! We offer interesting 90 minutes of ride in 7 km route with audio guide for people who like to spend time and explore Sava river, confluence with Danube river, old and new Belgrade!

Unique opportunity to see “Belgrade’s Montmartre” from a river view and communist architecture, confluence in distance like 2 km open view. Kalemegdan fortress, Nebojsha tower, Great War Island-national reserve for 67 different kind of birds, confluence of Sava & Danube, Novak Djokovic tennis school and courts, Lido beach, Victor monument-official symbol city. Sava port and Beton Hall, Church of St. Michael and Serbian Patriarchy, 6 bridges,”splavs”-night life places on water, Belgrade waterfront – luxury part of the city, Belgrade’s fair hall, Royal down town.