Belgrade – 'The White City' with a colorful past & bright future
The Serbian capital, on the watersmeet of the Danube & Sauva, dates from the 3rd Century BC. Belgrade was the gateway to central Europe and today retains a sense of ancient exoticism mixed with a modern, gritty urban atmosphere where remnants of a turbulent history, such as the Ottoman – Habsburg wars & recent Socialist past, tell the tales of a fascinating, culturally-rich, exciting capital.
While Belgrade is enjoying ever-increasing popularity as an ideal city destination – owing to a vibrant nightlife, strong cultural & social scene, wealth of museums & galleries & affordable shopping etc. - it is a most ideal city for a free walking tour. There's so much to see & do here so joining a very friendly & professional local is a really smart move. On the freetour.com free walking tours you will cover the must see sights like The Republic square, Kalemegdan park & the fascinating Medieval & 18th Century Baroque architecture of the old Belgrade fortress, Saborna church, the lively Green market and much more. You'll also explore the bustling historic Knez Mihailova street, visit Skadarlija Bohemian quarter, learn about local inns(kafanas), see the city through local eyes and get great hints, tips & advice on tourist-traps from your happy local Belgrade free tour guide. Make the most of your Belgrade adventure & get under the skin of this wonderfully exhilarating capital city.