• Photo Friendly
  • 2-4h
  • 5+ People
  • All-weather


Belgrade city tour offers a walk through Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress, Knez Mihailova street, a visit to the oldest kafana in Belgrade, and the Cathedral church. It includes panoramic sightseeing such as the National Assembly, City Hall, Republic Square, NATO bombing ruins, Terazije, The Temple of Sveti Sava (a stop to visit a temple and a crypt inside), Nikola Pasic Square, The House of Flowers (Titos’s Museum) (Optional stop to visit the museum), Topcider (Royal palace optional), New Belgrade and Placa of Serbia (former SIV building)
duration: 2,5-4 hours
minibus & walking tour
available in English and Serbian
price: depending on the number of people
private tour

you can book a tour whenever you want, there are no precise schedules to follow
make a reservation by sending an email to stillinbelgradetours@gmail.com a few days before your arrival in Belgrade

The historical landmarks

Discover the historical landmarks and unique culture of Belgrade!

Professional Guide

English speaking, easy-going and friendly guide.

Delicious local products & tips

Artisan ice cream is included in the price and you will get some tips and recommendations to go out and book tables!

Tour Pricing

2-4 Hour Tour

  • Group (private) tour
  • Artisan ice cream is included in the price


My husband and I had a wedding in Belgrade and we were hosting about 50 foreign guests at our wedding party. We wanted to organize a memorable pre-wedding activity for our guests coming from abroad (Belgium, Bulgaria, London, and even Brasil). In particular, I wanted to show them Belgrade, the city I love and where I spent most of my adult life. My husband (who is Belgian) found the Still in Belgrade website and it immediately drew his attention, especially the variety of alternative tours they offer. Our guests are into art and architecture, and we wanted them to see not only the well-known sites of Belgrade, but also the more underground and hipster spots.
I turned to Dragana Kostica from “Still in Belgrade” and asked her to help us organize a memorable tour for our guests, from bus renting to finding the right guide. Dragana was indeed very helpful and easy to communicate with, so renting a double-decker bus and finding the right guide went smoothly.
Our tour guide was Olivera Stevanovic, who kept the attention of people for over two hours. Olivera combined the classical panoramic tour with a more alternative tour of brutalist architecture samples and hipster neighbourhoods of Dorcol. Olivera has an extensive knowledge of local history, art, architecture, and cinematography, which she succeeded to incorporate in her story. Olivera definitely made Belgrade closer to the minds and hearts of our guests ❤️.
We thank Olivera and Dragana for all their efforts and for providing us and our friends with an unforgettable experience!!!

Ana & Victor