Belgrade pedestrian area. It is lined with shops, restaurants and the many coffee shops. Coffee is a main pastime in Belgrade and we spent many hours sitting outside drinking delicious coffee and eating fantastic desserts.
Belgrade Fortress, one of the main attractions in the city. Its a beautiful area with views over the river and lots of parkland. Worth a half day visit at least.
View from the wall of the Belgrade fortress.
Walking through the fortress area. Lots to see. There is also a museum within the fortress area about the Serbian military history which was interesting.
Another area of Belgrade, the old historical centre of Zemun, we found after walking along the boardwalk beside the river on the way to Gardos Tower.
Views from the top of Gardos Tower, also known as Millennium Tower in the Zemun fortress.
The History Museum of Yugoslavia which houses the House of Flowers where Tito's grave is located. The House of Flowers also contains relay batons given to him every year on his birthday when relays were run throughout Yugoslavia and the final runner presented the baton to Tito.
Temple of St. Sava