There are many ways to see Belgrade and make the most of city sightseeing. Operators offer guided walks, bike rides, and bus tours. Travelling by bus offers you a relaxing trip around the main attractions of the city and is ideal if time is of the essence. Bikes are perfect for the more energetic and also allow you to get around the famous sights quickly. For those who want to absorb all the small details and see the city from a different perspective then a walking tour is for you.
Hop on, hop off bus
There are a few companies offering hop on, hop off bus trips around Belgrade. This is the most efficient way to take in all the great attractions this city has to offer. The route includes historic areas, squares and charming streets, as well as important landmarks and buildings, such as Saint Sava Temple, Kalemegdan Park and the Fortress. This is a convenient way to travel between sights.
The city on two wheels
For the ultimate Belgrade experience, join iBikeBelgrade. This young and hip company provide a light-hearted, fun and affordable way to explore the city. Instead of facts and figures, you will learn about this vibrant city as it is today, important landmarks and how it is to live here. You will also be given great tips for further exploration, such recommendations of great nightlife spots and restaurants. Tours are suitable for all abilities and include regular stops. Some also include swimming, a boat-ride, or maybe a Serbian wedding, so choose the one that suits you and enjoy Belgrade on wheels.
Belgrade Walking Tours provides a funny and interesting outlook of the city, and includes two free tours. Downtown Walking takes you on a journey around the city centre and its most important features including Republic Square, Bohemian Quarter, the Fortress and much more. Zemun guides you along the riverbank and through the historic city. For more insightful experience choose the Communist Tour where you can delve into interesting stories about a chequered history. Or what about the Underground Secrets, which takes you on a journey of bunkers, storehouses and tombstones and even into a 19th century wine cellar? For a more lively experience, you can join the Pub Crawl Party. Tours may vary and there are many other companies offering walking trips around the city but this gives you an idea of what you can expect.
This list is not exhaustive. For a more unique tour ask the staff at Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel, Belgrade about exploring the city by boat, or even balloon. Belgrade has much to offer its visitors so make sure you make the most out of your visit here.