The museum aims to preserve technical and educational material existing in Serbia. A few decades worth of effort to create a science and technical museum succeeded on October 1989, upon the initiative of academic Aleksandar Despic.
This bohemian square is a famous part of Belgrade where you can find its well known kafanas, great food, traditional spirit and live music. It was renovated to provide all the benefits of the 21st century but managed to keep its old charm. Not to be missed!
Take a stroll around St. Sava Square in Vračar where you will find a small church as well as the largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans, dedicated to St. Sava. In its vicinity you can also find the National Library of Serbia and Karadjordjev Park.
Knez Mihaila street is the best known and most visited street in Belgrade. It is a pedestrian zone, and the favorite place of all Belgraders for walking and shopping
but also for those who come to the capital of Serbia for either business or pleasure.
All big cities, like Rome, Paris and London, have their famous squares. Belgrade has equally beautiful and interesting squares too. In some you’ll find famous buildings and monuments, or charming flower, fruit, art and honey vendors, and others are packed with cafes.
One of the oldest parks in Belgrade, Topčider is located on the bank of the Topčider river and has for a 150 years been a favoured retreat. During Prince Milos Obrenovic's rule, in the 1830s, a lodge which is now a museum was built as the central structure of this residential complex.
The Port of Belgrade with its extraordinary location on the river Sava’s right bank, right next to where it meets the Danube and the Kalemegdan Fortress forms a stunning setting as you sail into Belgrade.
The National Assembly is the highest legislative body in Serbia. A foundation stone was laid by King Petar I Kradjordjevic in 1907 and the first parliamentary assembly took place in October 1936. The building contains many important documents and works of art.
Festival of science was organized for the fifth time in Belgrade under a slogan “Smart the mind up”. If you had the misfortune to miss this event now you have a unique opportunity to experience it through our virtual tour. Explore the innovative projects presented at the festival through many info-points available within the virtual tour.
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,