Serbia’s vibrant capital city Belgrade
, known as ‘the city that never sleeps’, is one of Europe’s oldest cities and built on the confluence of two rivers – the Danube and the Sava. Home to some remarkable architecture, you can find great examples of art nouveau, art deco and baroque, particularly by Republic Square and along the pedestrian street Kneza Mihaila.
Whilst in Belgrade, be sure to visit Tito’s Memorial, or “House of Flowers”, a shrine to Yogoslavia’s communist leader, as well as St Sava Church, the world's largest orthodox cathedral.
Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views over the Danube and Sava rivers particularly at sun set from the Belgrade Fortress, built between the 2nd and 18th centuries. Afterwards, take a stroll through Kalemegdan Park, the largest and most central park in Belgrade.