Wheater you are planning a short visit to Belgrade or you are staying in this city a couple of day, Magelan team is here to provide the best service and to help you in creating and realizing your program.

We suggest the best accommodation, restaurant, visits and activities which will fulfill your stay in Belgrade and give you the unforgettable memories.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia. It is also the capital of Serbian culture, education, science and economy.It is situated in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since ancient times been an important focal point for traffic, an intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe. One of the oldest cities in Europe, Belgrade is the city that never sleeps and the symbol of great nightlife. It is also known as “the city that never sleeps”. Nowadays in it this part of the city you can find an arhaeological site perfect for all those interested in very distant history.

Belgrade walking tour - duration 2 hours

Get to know the cool city of Belgrade on this comprehensive 2 hour walking tour with our knowledgeable guide. This tour is perfect if you have limited time in Belgrade, the City of good vibrations.

This two-hour walking tour gives you an overall view of Belgrade and its beautiful historic sites, taking you to the most important attractions: City Hall, National Parliament, Old Palace, Terazije Square from where Knez Mihajlova Street, the main pedestrian zone, begins. Walk through the beautiful Kalemegdan Park and fascinating Belgrade fortress with an unforgettable view on the confluence of two big European rivers. – Danube and Sava.

Finish the tour in Skadarlija – bohemian quarter after which Belgrade is famous for. Here you can find many good restaurants and cafés which represent in the best way the crossroad of East and West Europe, modern and traditional.

Price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (or other language speaking on request)


  • This tour can combine with lunch/dinner in Skadarlija and/or with a visit to one or two museums from the list (list of the museums you can find here:______)
  • Minimum 2 pax required for the tour to run
  • Total price depends of the size of the group or optional visits


Belgrade Fortress consists of the old citadel (Upper and Lower Town) and Kalemegdan Park (Large and Little Kalemegdan) on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube, in an urban area of modern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.

Enjoy the walking tour through Belgrade fortress and Kalemegdan Park, experience their monumental proportions, and find out why they are the most important cultural and historical complex in Belgrade.

Discover the charm of Belgrade Fortress – archaeological sights, Gratitude to France Monument, Military Museum, The Victor Monument, Ruđer Bosković Observatory, Ružica Church, Saint Paraskevi’s Chapel, Nebojša tower, gate of Charles VI. See from the tower walls the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, Big Military Island, New Belgrade, Zemun, and much more.

Price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (or other language speaking on request)
  • Transfer from your hotel to starting point


  • This tour can combine with lunch/dinner and/or with a visit to one or two museums from the list (list of the museums you can find here:______)
  • Time of departure is ideal at 10 am, or 4pm (it can be changed if the group request other time)
  • Total price depends of the size of the group/bus

Join us on a relaxing bike ride through Belgrade, along its two great European rivers, on a Sunday morning. This is the perfect tour for you; you can take your family out for an activity, your loved one, or even start a fresh day with your friends. Starting from the towers of Belgrade fortress, we explore the confluence of the two rivers, where you will see the beginning of the Panonian plain which used to be a sea long time ago.
Ride along the piers and docks upstream the Danube and Sava Rivers all the way to Ada Ciganlija ResortSava Lake and Peninsula. This resort is the largest and the most beautiful resort in Belgrade with beautiful beaches and sports facilities. Sava Lake is one of few in Europe that are located near the center of the capital. The shores of the lake are the largest European metropolitan pebbly beaches, and also by the official statistics one of the most popular and safest lakes for swimming in Europe. Here you can take a break and have some refreshing drink.

Price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (or other language on request)
  • Bike rental with equipment



  • Minimum 2 pax required for the tour to run
  • Total price depend of the size of the group/ rental bikes

Combine beautiful sightseeing and boat cruise with the traditional cuisine and tambourine music!

Take a walk through the Belgrade city center, visit the most famous sites and see the city from rivers. Feel the atmosphere, taste delicious food, listen to the music and relax! Take a part of guided tour through the center of Belgrade city with one of ours experienced guides.

This is a walking tour and the best way to see all the famous sites of the capital: City Hall, National Parliament, Old Palace, Terazije Street, Republic and Nikola Pasić Square. Walk down the Knez Mihailova Street, main pedestrian area of downtown. Visit Kalemegdan fortress from the Ancient period, see the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, big Military Island, Sahat tower, Nebojša’s tower, gunpowder magazine…

Enjoy the walking tour through Kalemegdan Park, and found out why Kalemegdan is the biggest park in Belgrade and the most important cultural and historical complex. Feel the Belgrade at night. Take a boat ride on the Belgrade Rivers and see the beautiful buildings, rivers and nature. By cruising on Danube River you will see the bridges, rafts, Ada Ciganlija, Gordos, Medjica, Lido and many more sites which one can see only from the river. Enjoy the traditional cuisine along the beautiful tambourine music!

The price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (or other language speaking on request)
  • Transfer from the hotel and back
  • Dinner and boat cruise


  • Total price depends of the size of the group

Panoramic sightseeing tour in Belgrade by open touristik bus in duration of 70 minutes. Place of departure is from Nikola Pašić Square, beside Pionir Park.

Panoramic sightseeing itinerery:

Kralj Aleksandar Boulevard (in the zone of Pionir Park) – Kneza Miloša Street – Knez Aleksander Karađorđević Boulevard – Dr. Milutina Ivkovića Street – Slavija Square – Kralja Milana Street – Terazije Street – Kolarčeva Street – The Republic Square – Vasina Street – Uzun Mirkova Street – Tadeuša Košćuškog Street – Cara Dušana Street – Vojvoda Bojović Boulevard – Pariska Street – Kneza Sime Markovića Street – Pop Lukina Street – Branko’s Bridge – Nikola Tesla Boulevard – Ušće – Mihaila Pupina Boulevard – Branko’s Bridge – Branko’s Street – Prizrenska Street – Terazije Street – Kralj Alekandar Boulevard (in the zone of Pionir Park)


The price includes:

  • Panoramic open touristik bus
  • Audio guide on Serbian, English, French, German and Russian language

Note: Total price depends of the size of the group

Group meeting at Cvijeta Zuzorić pavilion in Kalemegdan park.

Kalemegdan fortress – passing through the gate of Karađorđe – the name was supposed to commemorate the entry of Karađorđe and rebellious Serbian army to the fortress at the beginning of 1807. Passing through the inner gate Stambol and the Sahat (clock) gate.

Descent into a large underground cold war military bunker, hidden from public eye until recently, which shows the dangers of Yugoslavia’s leader Tito attempts to balance between two world powers. The bunker was built in 1948. due to the needs of the state to defend against a possible attack by the Soviet Union.

Roman well – mysterious edifice buried in the bedrock near the “Victor” three centuries ago. Roman well was called the “navel of the world” and it was believed to be the place where the mythical hero Orpheus descended into the underworld. The eerie atmosphere inside tickled even the imagination of great Alfred Hitchcock.

Passing to the lower city through Deferdareva Gate, and a descent deep under the rock of Pobednik plateau, to the underground halls of Great Gunpowder storage, adorned with numerous Roman stone artifacts, as wells as of one of the greatest relics of the Christian world, Jonah’s sarcophagus, around 1500 years old.

Lastly, a visit to a cave beneath Kosančić wreath (Kosančićev venac), which used to be a storage hall for river merchants of Belgrade. It used to have fake walls and “double bottoms”, to help the merchants avioud the much despised custom fees. Today it is a wine cellar, where we will rest after the undergroupn adventure and sip some wine and mineral water.

The price includes:

  • Licensed English speaking guide (or other language speaking on reques)
  • Entry fees to all the underground sites of the Belgrade fortress
  • Wine serving in the cave/Wine cellar


Note: Total price depends of the size of the group


40th International Tourism Fair – Belgrade, 22nd - 25th February 2018

DATE:  23-26 Feb 2017, Belgrade, Serbia


Business events in Serbia Successful and attractive, local and global, multinational and multicultural. It is not hard to guess – Tourism Fair in Belgrade. Tourism Fair is one of the most successful events in the country and the region. Tourism with so much charm combines business and pleasure trips.

Every year at the end of February, Belgrade Tourism Fair becomes a “world in miniature”, but also economic event which, with the business, brings together tens of thousands of “ordinary” visitors. Someone is looking for business partners, some travel arrangements. Of course, all this in one place are the tourist agencies, associations and organizations, hotels, tourist centers, airway companies, international tour operators …   More info about the fair you can see here.  For any asstence don’t hesitate to contact us.

DATE: 22-28 March, 2018

An exhibiting/selling event – car show under the title BG Car Show includes all importers and wholesalers of passenger cars. Complete offer of the leading worldwide car manufacturers to the local audience and prospect buyers is presented through unique scenery, with standard exhibiting spaces, furnished by Belgrade Fair.

DATE: 2-7 April, 2018

Specialized fair event for all types of ships, hunting, fishing, water sport and diving equipment.

DATE: 12-21 April 2018, Belgrade, Serbia


Business events in Serbia Specialized International event which includes various segments of the construction industry – from research and design to the construction and maintenance of buildings in structural, civil and hydraulic engineering, to the introduction of advanced materials, consturction machinery, equipment and tools. The fair complets different ways of adaption, reconstruction and restorations, as well as promotion of traditional crafts. As final activity, the interior is the part of the Building Trade Fair. 

Participants of this event are all prominent domestic and foreign construction manufactures, distributors andequipment and material traders. Those participants of the fair every each year prepare special discounts and terms of payment for all the products and services.

DATE: 21-25 May 2018, Belgrade, Serbia


Business events in Serbia International Fair of Technics and Technical Achievements is the right place for the promotion of the 4th industrial revolution – Industries 4.0. It is the digitization that has brought revolutionary changes in the development and operations of the company, increasing productivity and enhancing competitiveness. This concept points to the new opportunities and challenges, focused on identifying new impact and consequences of accelerated technical and technological developments.
To keep the image of the most prominent specialized development and technological events in this part of Europe, the Techincs Fair tries to accommodate all relevant domestic and many foreign exhibitors, among which are the key promoters of technical and technological trends in the world.
Conceptually, the focus of the fair is on innovation and new technologies, the “factories of the future” and the industrial automation, electrical power and energy infrastructure.

 DATE: 26-29 September 2018


International Graphic, Paper and Creative Industry Fair, the popular Grafima, has been presenting for many decades the achievements in these expansive economic branches. At the same time, it presents also the achievements of machine industry, sophisticated advanced technology, special purpose IT, designer hardware and software, creative / artistic graphic genres.

DATE: 5-7 June 2017, Belgrade, Serbia (CROWN PLAZA HOTEL)


Emergency management. Fire fighting. Fire Preventive – Structural Fire Protection. Rescue management. Flood, earthquake, chemical accidents management. Preventive. Occupational safety and health care. Medical care in emergency situations – disaster relief. Critical Data Protection/Recovery.

Integrated System 112 – for emergency response. Equipment, tools and special vehicles for fire and rescue intervention. Vehicles and equipment to operate in the presence of hazardous substances and dangerous materials transport. Equipment, vehicles – institutions for medical emergencies. Thermal video surveillance systems in specific applications. Preventive Protection against floods, earthquakes, chemical accidents. Preventive Protection of Critical Public Infrastructure in emergency situations. Protection of Critical Energy Facilities for the production and transmission of electricity production and transmission of gas and oil. Protecting high-risk public facilities: chemical, pharmaceutical industry, wood industry, airports, ports, highways, public facilities. Forest protection in emergency situations. Protection of Critical Municipal Infrastructure facilities for Water Supply. Traffic Control in Emergency Situations. Road safety – road, Rail transportation, tunnels safety. Safety and health at Work. Personal and collective equipment for health and safety at Work. Medical and other equipment for disaster response and disaster relief. Insurance as a Prevention Factor of emergency situations.

DATE: 4-6 Oct 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

Business events in Serbia

13th International Energy Fair (UFI) is the largest annual regional meeting of companies, corporations, enterprises, institutions and professionals in sectors dealing with electricity, coal, oil and gas, renewable energy sources, energy and mining efficiency.

Exhibition and conference segment of the energy industry include all the thematic sub-levels – from scientific research, production and exploitation, to enrichment, distribution, transport, storage or direct use of natural resources.

 DATE: 4-6 Oct 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

Business events in Serbia ECOFair
is an international trade fair for environmental technology and provides its visitors with the latest innovations and techniques from this area. International exhibitors offer solutions for environmental protection, international cooperation and environmental management products. The fair provides an ideal information and communication platform to showcase their products and services to present the market.

The ECOFair takes place annually, and therefore for the 14th time previsibly in October 2017 in Belgrade.

DATE: 25-29 Oct 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

Business events in Serbia Information, Communication and Marketing Fair
. Beside media presentation, it enables also their direct meeting with numerous publics, since this event is actually a part of the traditional International Belgrade Book Fair. Of course, this is not coincidence – these events audience “is overlapping”, since both of them are important for culture and arts, but also general information and daily living.

Media Market is also a different frame for the communication with partners – advertisers, marketing and PR agencies, printing companies, distributors… It enables direct “crash” with the competition, a dialogue with the Government representatives, as well as B2B contact between the written and electronic media.

The reading publics have got “an argument more” now to book the end of October for the visit to the traditional October events at Belgrade Fair.

DATE: 11-13 October 2018

International exhibition of dental, medical and laboratory equipment and instruments, pharmaceutical and other equipment and medical services.The Accompanying Programme features up-to-date scientific and expert issues in different fields of dentistry, medicine and laboratory diagnostics.

14-29 December , Belgrade, Serbia


The New Year´s Fair, event of fun and good shopping, is traditionally organized at the end of each year by the Belgrade fair – Winter Fun Fest!

Travelling from/to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport and need a transfer to your hotel or destination near Belgrade?

Belgrade Airport Transfer allows online reservations of transport to/from Belgrade airport. If you didn’t find transfer for your destination, or you need one for you and your group, just click on the link and submit new request.

Museums & Art Galleries

Belgrade has several museums showcasing and preserving the rich cultural, natural and technological heritage of Belgrade, Serbia, and the world.

Note: most museums and galleries in Belgrade are open on Sundays but closed on Mondays.

National Museum in Belgrade safeguards over 400,000 archaeological, historic and numismatic artifacts, artworks, works of applied art, a collection of old and rare books, as well as an extraordinary archive of documents. This rich museum funds is systematized in collections divided primarly on chronological criterion as well as by type of artifacts.

The Nikola Tesla Museum was conceived from the outset as a complex institution, encompassing cultural, educational, scientific and memorial functions. This largely determined its original vision and mission. As a cultural institution, the Museum deals with the protection and presenta-tion of Tesla’s legacy.


Museum of Yugoslavia is an open institution that encourages different actors to actively perceive the present by modern interpretation of the past. The Museum of Yugoslavia (Serbian: Музеј Југославије, translit. Muzej Jugoslavije) is a public history museum in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the Dedinje district. It chronicles the period of Socialist Yugoslavia as well as the life of Josip Broz Tito. Tito’s grave is located in one of the Museum buildings (the House of Flowers). The current museum was founded in 1996 by the Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as the Museum of the History of Yugoslavia to replace two previous institutions: the “Josip Broz Tito” Memorial Centre and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Peoples.

Military Museum is positioned on bastion of the 1st south-eastern front of Belgrade Fortress in a building built in 1924 for purposes of Military-Geographical Institute. In 1956 the building was given to Military Museum. Surrounded by fortress` ramparts and most beautiful Belgrade Park, Kalemegdan, Museum represents one of the symbols of Belgrade Fortress. Museum has around 30.000 objects in 12 collections and very impressive photo collection with over 100.000 photographs. Museum has special library with over 15.000 titles from areas of History, History of Art, Archaeology, Museology and other similar branches of Science and with more than 5000 magazines.


The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade, Serbia is one of the oldest museums in the Balkans. The Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade fulfills its mission together with the efforts of various stakeholders in the domain of presentation, revitalization and development of crafts in Serbia. Until today, eight permanent exhibitions and about 300 temporary exhibitions were opened in the Ethnographic Museum. The permanent exhibition occupies three levels of the building. Today, the Ethnographic Museum houses a large number of ethnographic objects, distributed in private collections (furniture, jewelry, traditions, costumes, folk architecture, industry, animal husbandry, transport, cult objects, etc.), has one of the richest specialized libraries in the Balkans and publishes professional publications, has a great conservation service that handles virtually all types of materials, has a large exhibition space, organizes extensive ethnographic research and has a lot of will and knowledge to carry out an ethnological and anthropological study of the 19th century. On June 7, 2013, in the Ethnographical Museum, a list of intangible cultural heritage of Serbia was presented, which consists of 27 elements.

The Historical Museum of Serbia, a museum of complex type, has the task of introducing people to national historical heritage and following on, protect that very heritage. The museum was founded in 1963.

The Historical Museum of Serbia, as a museum of complex type, collects, preserves, studies, and professionally and scientifically processes material evidence of Serbian history. It also maintains and compiles museum collections and gathers information and documentation which can be made available for the public. The museum, in a responsible and professional manner, through its exhibitions, articulates and interprets knowledge about the history of Serbia and the Serbian people as well as other peoples and cultures whi inhabited Serbian territory since the Middle Ages to modern times.

The Residence of Princess Ljubica is one of few buildings surviving from the first reign of Prince Miloš Obrenović. It was built between 1829 and 1831 according to the project and under the supervision of Hadži Nikola Živković, the official architect of the Prince. The Residence was intended as a luxurious court of the Serbian ruling dynasty, i.e. the Obrenovićs. However, as it was located in the immediate vicinity of the Ottoman Turks, Prince Miloš stayed there only occasionally. The Residence served its original purpose during the first reign of Prince Mihailo (1839–42), when it was used as the Prince’s residence. After the expulsion of the Obrenovićs from Serbia (1842), over the following 130 years, the building was repeatedly adapted to house various state institutions. In the 1970s, the Belgrade city authorities decided to repurpose it as a museum, in accordance with its historical, artistic and heritage value. After a restoration and reconstruction, in 1980 the Residence of Princess Ljubica became a satellite museum of the Belgrade City Museum. The permanent exhibition of the Belgrade City Museum titled The Interiors of 19th-Century Homes in Belgrade was set up in September 1980.

The White Palace (Beli Dvor) is located within the same complex as The Royal Palace and it was commissioned by command of His Majesty King Alexander I. The White Palace was built with the private funds of King Alexander I as the residence for his three sons HRH Crown Prince Peter (the future King Peter II and father of HRH Crown Prince Alexander), Prince Tomislav and Prince Andrej .

The architect was Aleksandar Djordjevich. The ground floor of this classicistic palace houses a large hall and a number of drawing rooms furnished in the style of Louis XV and Louis XVI with large Venetian chandeliers. There is also a library and a formal Chippendale dining room. The first floor apartments are reached by stairs and a Gallery overlooking the Hall. The attic has further rooms and another library.