Visit Avala, one of the lowest mountains in the world.
Take a zoom-in picture of the Victor monument and find out why it’s placed exactly on that spot instead of the city center where it was supposed to be in the first place.
Kosancicev venac is one of the places beside Skadarlija that you don’t want to go wearing high heels.
Skadarska street, or Skadarlija, is one of the oldest streets in Belgrade, and one of the few that actually tried to preserve its original looks.
Kalemegdan is the biggest and probably the most interesting park in Belgrade. It is also the most touristy place Belgrade has to offer, with its fortress and numerous tunnels.
Central Belgrade square is probably the busiest meeting point in town. Since everybody knows where it is, it’s easiest to plan a meeting “at the square” or “by the horse”.
This is the main pedestrian street in Belgrade with lots of cafes and fancy shops.
People say that Belgrade would actually be perfect if only it had a sea. In an attempt to bring sea closer to Belgrade, a lake was built by connecting an river island to a river bank in the southern Belgrade.