Located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade is Serbia’s capital and largest city. This is a city where you can count on lively nightlife any day of the week, and spend whole days chowing down on fantastic traditional meats and cheeses. Visitors can get an education on Serbian history at the Museum of Yugoslav History, with great exhibits on the changes people in Serbia have endured over the centuries. Visit the magnificent Church of Saint Sava, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world and a symbol of Belgrade.

One must-see attraction in Belgrade is the Belgrade Fortress, a sprawling complex of towers, gates, and gardens that overlooks the cities and draws more visitors than any other part of the city. Celebrate the life of one of Serbia’s most famous sons at the Nikola Tesla Museum, home to technological exhibits and original plans and drawings that led to some of the most revolutionary scientific discoveries in human history.


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