Popular Accommodations in Belgrade
Highlights in Belgrade
- Boat trip along the Danube
- Military Museum in Kalemegdan Fortress
- Church of St. Mark in Tasmajdan Park
- Serbian dishes like Cevapcici, Burek and Proja
Most popular in Belgrade
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Belgrade
In Belgrade you will find a large number of holiday apartments and flats that are elegant and comfortably furnished. When looking for suitable accommodation, you can choose between an apartment in the centre, a holiday apartment with a view of the Danube or a vacation rental on the outskirts of town. The luxurious holiday accommodations often have a sauna and a whirlpool. Some vacation rentals with garden are even equipped with a pool.
Holiday in Belgrade
Location and orientation
The holiday destination Belgrade is the capital of Serbia. It lies at the mouth of the Sava and is the third largest city on the Danube after Vienna and Budapest. The urban area is divided into ten districts and seven suburban districts. Public accessibility is provided by the international airport, the main railway station and the centrally located passenger port on the Danube.
Belgrade can look back on more than 7,000 years of history and is considered one of the oldest continuously populated towns in Europe.
Top 3 travel tips
The ruins of the former fortress of Kalemegdan, which towers over the city, still have an impressive appearance today. It was fought over by Austria and Turkey for many centuries and structurally shaped by both countries. Today it houses the Military Museum.2. Walk to the former biggest church
In Tasmajdan Park there is the Church of St. Mark. It was the largest Orthodox church in the former Yugoslavia before the Cathedral of St. Sava was built. Next to the church of St. Mark there is a small Russian church, which is also very worth seeing.3. Taste culinary specialities
If you visit a traditional restaurant in Belgrade, you can indulge yourself with hearty meat dishes. Serbian cuisine belongs to the so-called Balkan cuisine, in which Slavic dishes have grown together with recipes from Austria and the Orient. The grilled and spicy meat rolls Cevapcici, for example, are famous. The many different vegetable stews as well as baked goods such as burek and proja corn bread filled with sheep's cheese are also a treat for the palate.