Local Outdoor Attractions
The Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel is conveniently situated only one kilometre from the largest and most beautiful green area of Belgrade. Ada Lake, also known as Belgrade Beach, features sport courts, an eight-kilometre bicycle and jogging path, a variety of cafés with beach bars, sunbeds and a ski lift for water skiing.
Featuring an unusually specific microclimate, Ada Lake is undoubtedly one of the central ecological points of Belgrade, making it the perfect escape from the modern bustle of the city.
Our hotel's perfect location allows you to escape from the modern city rush and enjoy Belgrade’s most popular and ecological river island. If you enjoy your morning run or just like to enjoy fresh air before going to work, we are the perfect selection for Belgrade accommodation.
Knez Mihailova Street
Knez Mihailova Street is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade. As one of the oldest landmarks of Belgrade, this street is protected by the law of Serbia. Its exact location is between the Terazije Square and Kalemegdan Fortress, making it very easy to reach.
Knez Mihailova Street offers pedestrians the chance to buy from the most popular brands worldwide and to see beautiful 19th-century buildings. The republic square, national theatre and a variety of museums are located in the vicinity of the Knez Mihailova Street.
Make the short walk to the Kalemegdan Fortress and experience an amazing adventure through the past. Belgrade's most important site and its largest free attraction, the Kalemegdan Fortress is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers and dates back to the first century AD. Here, you can find galleries, military and natural history museums, important monuments, fountains, basketball and tennis courts, restaurants, parks, dungeons dating from ancient times, the Roman well, the Belgrade Observatory and the Belgrade Zoo.