Belgrade hop-on hop-off bus tours.
Belgrade tour on a double-decker is a great opportunity to get to know the capital of Serbia and start loving it with all your heart. Belgrade is one of the oldest European cities with an incredible history and unique culture. In Belgrade, a large number of sights worthy of visitors’ attention has been preserved to this day.
Belgrade tour on a bus starts from the Vračar plateau, one of the oldest squares in the city. In the center of the square, there is the Temple of Saint Sava, one of the most important and largest Orthodox churches in the Balkans. In front of the temple, there is a monument dedicated to St. Sava, the first Serbian archbishop. By the way, the monument was designed by the famous Russian sculptor V. Klikov. In front of the temple, in the park, there is the monument of Karađorđe Petrović, and in its immediate vicinity, there is the National Library of Serbia.
Belgrade tour on a red bus continues in the Slavija square, which is named after the hotel from 1888. In the 19th century, there was still a swamp, and now it is one of the most beautiful squares in the city, intersected by 7 streets. On one of the streets, there is the Yugoslav Drama Theater. Across from it, there is the Flower Square, where you can find many pleasant cafes. During the tour on double-deckers, you can get off right there, have a nice walk, relax and have a snack.
In the Church of St. Mark in the Byzantine style, not far from the Assembly of Serbia, the ashes of Emperor Dušan, one of the greatest Serbian rulers, are kept. The Belgrade red bus then goes to the most beautiful city square - Terazije. In the XIX-XX century, the Terazije square was the center of cultural and social life in Belgrade.
The double-decker will take you to the town center in the Republic Square, where there is the monument of Prince Mihajlo. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the architecture of the National Theater and the National Museum. The guide will surely recommend you to get off the Belgrade double-decker and take a walk in the Kalemegdan park. There is a colorful Belgrade fortress at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers whose magnificence will not leave anyone indifferent.
Belgrade tour on a open top bus will inevitably make your visit to the Serbian capital unforgettable and full of strong impressions. A comfortable tour on a bright red double-decker will give you only pleasant emotions and impressions.