Serbia Is Quite Surprising


Belgrade, Serbia's capital, is one of Europe's oldest cities at 7,000 years old. Belgrade, the country's economic center and center of culture, education, and science, offers many reasons to stay and explore.

Saint Sava Church

The Church of Saint Sava honors the Serbian Orthodox Church's founder and a medieval Serbian luminary.

Tower Of Gardos

Since 1896, the brick Gardos Tower has housed an intriguing art exhibition and a spiral staircase to a magnificent outlook.

The Belgrade Tower

Tallest building in Belgrade and western Balkans is Belgrade Tower. The observation deck of the 168-m (551 ft) skyscraper offers unparalleled views of Belgrade.

Yugoslavia Museum

Browse over 200,000 items to understand Yugoslavia and Serbia's turbulent and often brutal past. Josip Broz Tito's mausoleum is notable.

Nikola Tesla Museum

The Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade is one of the best. The scientist and inventor designed the contemporary AC electrical supply system. A blazing golden orb holds Tesla's ashes.

Tower Of Avala

The 204-m (672-ft) Avala telecommunications tower sits on Mount Avala, 16 km (10 km) from the city center. The tower base is a tourist complex with a café, ethno-gallery, souvenir shop, sports fields, and outdoor gym.

National Museum Of Serbia

This Monument of Culture of Great Importance museum is a must for archaeologists, numismatists, and European art lovers.

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