Belgrade is the largest and capital city of Republic of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, in the place where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. The urban area of the City of Belgrade has a population of 1.5 million, while over 1.8 million people live within its administrative limits. Belgrade is largest city of former Yugoslavia, and by population it ranks fourth in Southeast Europe after Istanbul, Athens and Bucharest.
It is one of the oldest cities in Europe. The first settlements in this area date from prehistoric Vinca, even 4,800 years BC. Belgrade was founded by Celts in the 3rd century BC and during the Roman Empire became a settlement Singidunum. The Slovenian name "Beligrad", meaning white city, was first recorded in 878 AD. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia since 1405 and was the capital of various South Slav states from 1918 until 2003, as well as Serbia and Montenegro from 2003 to 2006.
Belgrade with its long history, a special atmosphere, and exceptional nightlife attracts large numbers of tourists. What keeps the tourists coming back is the myriad of interesting historical and cultural monuments and museums, excellent food, and various events and manifestations.
Belgrade is the economic, cultural and educational center of not only Serbia, but the entire region. Belgrade hosts the biggest international film, theater and art festivals, as well as sporting events in the region such as FEST, BITEF, BEMUS and the Belgrade marathon.
This is a city that connects the incompatible. Since it is located on the borders of East and West, in Belgrade, you can feel a unique energy that leaves no one indifferent.
Days and nights can be spent in interesting gardens, bars, cafes and restaurants, that offer, in addition to great food and beverages, creative concepts, and authentically designed interiors - that you are sure to remember.
While you can find plenty of modern and urban places to go out, you should not miss out on experiencing typical Serbian sounds of tamburica in one of the many traditional Serbian taverns.
Belgrade has something to offer for every taste.
Please consult with our reception desk for more detailed information on where to go and what to do during your stay.