The dynamic Serbian capital of Belgrade is a city of colourful contrasts, where many magnificent medieval sites still stand to this day. One of the best ways to take in the city’s romantic skylines, with its outline of centuries-old fortresses and towers, is by cruising down the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers.

    A pleasant stroll in Belgrade often means exploring authentic medieval cobblestoned streets and alleyways. Some are lined with antique stores, bookshops, charming galleries, and distinctive museums – including one dedicated to Nikola Tesla. When dusk falls, Belgrade reveals a bubblier side to its charm and character as it also has a well-earned reputation as a city for year-round partying.

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      Belgrade has gradually made its way onto the tourist scene thanks to its beautiful authenticity. As you stroll around its diverse streets, you'll be charmed by the sounds of local Serbian songs as you check out the array of alleyways lined with alfresco dining options. That sort of character and charm certainly makes up for the lack of world-famous...

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