National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia: Our most recommended tours and activities

Belgrade: Yugoslavia Communist tour

Belgrade: Yugoslavia Communist tour

Find out the most interesting stories about former Yugoslavia, World War II, Tito's life, „Youth relay baton“, Non-Aligned movement, conflicts of the nineties, Nato bombing of Serbia and Montenegro in 1999 and democratic changes at the beginning of the third millennium. Visit Museum of Yugoslavia (entry ticket included) history which is also a resting place of the lifetime president of Yugoslavia, see remainings of Nato attacks as well as other attractions related to that period. This tour is nice opportunity for all history lovers to explore Yugoslavia and life under the Communist regime.

Belgrade: 3-Hour Serbian History Walking Tour

Belgrade: 3-Hour Serbian History Walking Tour

Since the time of Christ, Belgrade was always an important outpost on the border of two civilizations, nestled between the east and the west. Celts, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans, Austro-Hungarians, Germans, and Russians have all fought and died to capture or liberate the "white city", leaving their bones to rest in this city. Many empires have collided there, and world history was shaped on the two mighty rivers. Following all of this dramatic history, Belgrade now proudly stands today as the Serbian capital. Prepare to be taken on a journey through time during which your guide will explain world politics, geography, and geopolitics. You can also get stuck into the grittier details of the Balkans which you may have been too afraid to ask about.

Belgrade Bike tour

Belgrade Bike tour

Feel like a local and explore Belgrade’s top highlights, its different neighborhoods, and hidden spots on a 3.5-hour guided tour riding a vintage bike.  Ride in class and comfort bikes, which are perfect for discovering various parts of the city.  See Belgrade differently and feel as you cruise around the Tasmajdan park, uninterrupted by daily routines. You will look very Instagram worthy on your retro bikes. Visit many famous sights like the St Marc Church, one of the greatest churches in Serbian history, and discover architecture marvels that are not on the front pages of tourist magazines.

Belgrade : Must-See Attractions Private Walking Tour

Belgrade : Must-See Attractions Private Walking Tour

In the National Assembly of Serbia, your guide will introduce you to the tumultuous history of Belgrade. Marvel at the blend of architectural styles, from the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires to modern Serbian buildings. Walk through the main city squares and along Knez Mihailova Street, the bustling pedestrian thoroughfare lined with shops and cafes. As you continue, pass by the Old & New Court, former seats of royal dynasties, and learn about the city's founding, the NATO bombings, and life in modern Serbia. The tour culminates at the Belgrade Fortress, offering panoramic views of the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers.

Belgrade: Airport Layover Private Sightseeing Tour

Belgrade: Airport Layover Private Sightseeing Tour

The tour begins with pickup from Nikola Tesla Airport and heads into the New Belgrade area of the city. The area is the main business and residential district of the city, and was developed during Tito’s era, when the country was still named Yugoslavia. Tour around the main sights of the district, learning about the history and culture of the city along the way. Visit Saint Sava Temple next, the second largest orthodox church in Europe, then pass by Tasmajdan Park, the National Assembly of Republic of Serbia, the Old and New Palace, and Terazije Square. Arrive at Republic Square, considered to be the heart of the city, and see the National Theater, National Museum, and the monument dedicated to one of the greatest Serbian rulers, Prince Mihailo Obrenovic. From here, embark on a walking tour of Knez Mihailova Street until you reach Kalemegdan Park or Belgrade Fortress. Finally, enjoy free time to go shopping or grab some lunch before being transferred back to the airport in time for your flight.

Belgrade: 4-Hour Grand City Walking Tour

Belgrade: 4-Hour Grand City Walking Tour

Explore Belgrade with a friendly local guide who is passionate about the city and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your trip. Meet your guide at 10:00 AM in front of Saint Sava Temple and begin your tour by visiting the second largest Orthodox Church in Europe. Here, learn the story behind the first Serbian Royal Dynasty, Nemanjic. Next, head to Slavija Square, one of the biggest squares in Belgrade where 7 streets cross. Here your guide will tell you a captivating local story about the Belgrade phantom. A short stroll away is Flower Square, with the Yugoslav Drama Theater and Students Cultural Center. Next on your route is Tasmajdan Park, the second biggest park in Belgrade, with Saint Marco's Church.  Pass by the National Assembly of Serbia, Old and New Palace, Nikola Pasic Square, and Terazije Square in order to reach the heart of the city at Knez Mihailova Street and Republic Square. Stroll through the main pedestrian zone in Belgrade and arrive at the Kalemegdan Fortress, which is the number one attraction in the city and is an open-air museum built between the 1st and 18th century. Finish your tour at Republic Square.

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Overall rating

4.8
(9 reviews)

Excellent tour with Milan who explained to us in detail the history of communist Yugoslavia. Anecdotes and curiosities and above all the history of a country that has experienced many political and social changes. Really exciting and to be recommended to anyone who wants to know the history of this country

It went very well. Our guide was Nina. We explored every corner of the city. She always explained all the points of interest with great enthusiasm.

Milán das a great guide, very nice guy, very well prepared and open to questions! Very nice afternoon getting to know the serbia recent history.

Excellent. I recommend for who interested with yugoslavia history. And our tour guide was so friendly and knowledgeable.

Great insight into the history of Yugoslavia and Tito.