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Belgrade Walking Tours

Belgrade, Serbia
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About Belgrade Walking Tours
FREE DOWNTOWN WALKING TOUR - NO 1. in BELGRADE. The young team of professional guides will show you the most important sights on the best possible way. Funny and interesting sightseeing: Knez Mihajlova street, Belgrade Fortress, cafe "?", "Silicon Valley", Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija), Mosque, Kalemegdan,Cathedral Church Confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube...Zemun Tour - Beautiful Danube river bank. Walk through the old part of Belgrade and see cultural heritage of Austro-Hungarian kingdom. See Belgrade from different perspective! (bus tickets required)
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ERKAN ÜÇERLER wrote a review Dec 2020
Bursa, Turkey4 contributions3 helpful votes
I joined ‘free downtown’, ‘free zemun’ and ‘ottoman heritage’ tours. All these tours were full of surprises. Belgrade is also full of surprises. This city has so many hidden trasures, historical secrets and beauties. My guide Zeljko was so funny and i spent pretty good time in downtown and zemun tours. In ‘Ottoman Heritage’ tour i really deeply impressed by the explanations of my perfect guide Milan. He was the most intellectual guide i’ve ever experienced. I’m Turkish but he knows more than me about my ancestors. I really appreciate Milan for his amazing guidance and presentation. Highly recommend to join those tours. Thank you very much guys!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Mark S wrote a review Nov 2020
Atlanta, Georgia2 contributions
Our guide had a undergraduate history degree, and was able to answer all the questions I threw at him, from the Ottoman to the Obama era. Gives you real insight into the Serbian culture, history, and current day. Plus you get a lay of the land and see the major highlights. Can't recommend highly enough.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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AVBio wrote a review Nov 2020
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I came to Belgrade for 4 days, without knowing anything about the city and with no clear idea what to do. So I decided to join 3 consecutive tours: downtown, 20th century and Zemun tours. I enjoyed them very much. The guides were very helpful and knowledgeable, and especially during the 20th century tour I could ask as much as I wanted to try to understand the Serbiand mindset (because we were only 2 people on that day). Thanks again to the guides!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Daniel G wrote a review Oct 2020
Burlingame, California2 contributions
Zeljko knows the history and culture of the city. He also knows where to get the best pics. Tour was comfortable and relaxing.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Nat-Tours-Israel wrote a review Oct 2020
Karmiel, Israel176 contributions35 helpful votes
I had done these ‘free’ walking tours in other cities, and they always proved great introductions. So, I decided to do one in Belgrade too. I reached the meeting point (literally, just outside my hotel) at the appointed hour, and found Milan waiting with yellow umbrella. Between Corona and off-season, I turned out to be his only guest—so enjoyed a private tour. For most of us who lived through the second half of the 20th century, and the strife that befell the Balkan states (the former Yugoslavia), this was an amazing opportunity to learn more about the ‘players’ of this troubled era. Lots of facts, names, dates, events—not always politically-correct—which was fine by me. Did any of us who grew up thinking that America was the humane power know that they dropped bombs containing depleted uranium here, and in other parts of the world? Tito’s Communism, Nazi conquest, and the ethnic strife we remember arising from the dissolution of Yugoslavia into independent republics were all discussed. We delved into the Serbian Orthodox Church, and visited St. Mark’s and St. Sava Temple. So this was not ‘fluff’—probably not for kids, or those seeking a recreational experience—it was history on a very high level. Highly-recommended.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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