Dejan Veselinov, TOB director, said foreigners praised the hospitality and politeness of Belgraders, the large number of parks and woods in the city and traditional food and drinks.
Some visitors made negative comments about the cleanliness of the city and the crowded streets and criticised Belgraders for smoking in public places.
About 92% of people who participated in the survey rated Belgrade nightlife best. Cafes and restaurants were highly rated, 91% giving them top marks.
While 83% were satisfied with Belgrade's overall tourist offer, 13% said Belgrade's offer was modest and only 1% that it was poor.
Accommodation scored the worse results, though 74% were pleased with their accommodation.
Belgrade is also rated as a shopping destination, with 72% of people describing retail possibilities as good, while 81% of tourists positively rated the culture scene.
Most tourists that visited Belgrade in 2011 came from Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.S., Austria and Greece.
35% travelled to Belgrade by bus, 30% came by cruise ship and 15% by car. Only 7% arrived by train.
Belgrade, June 27th, 2012
Thanks to its excellent service, charm and warmth, Tribeca can
legitimately be called one of the best of Belgrade's many exclusive
restaurants. The blend of the best of local and international
cuisine, the rich wine list and fine ambiance is sure to leave an
impression. First time visitors, easily won over by the aromas,