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would be pleased to welcome you to Belgrade, which is a crossroads between East and West of Europe
. Chartered bus can demonstrate to you the incredible riches of the former borders of the past empires, and the startegic junction of the Danube
and Sava Rivers meeting point that formed the foundations for one of the most ancient cities in Europe. As a proof of the ongoing violence and instability, finding in Belgrade homes that are older than more than 100 years is very rare. When you arrive at Nikola Tesla airport then our airport shuttle will be your reliable host who will transport you to Belgrade for your group journey. Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus is your special partner to enjoying a beautiful and unforgettable trip in Belgrade.
When you need a comfortable coach bus for your group, Coach Charter Germany is your correct choice to travel around Belgrade. Coach Charter Germany's bus company advises the party leaders to check their time between visits to handle their schedule carefully, to have spare time for other activities.
Where to visit in Belgrade? Kindly find here our top 10 places to explore in Belgrade:
1. Belgrade Fortress
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will take you to the hill overlooking where the Danube and Sava rivers meet, and on top is the Castle. Belgrade Fortress used to surround the entire city centuries ago, and went through turmoil for 20 centuries for far. More than a hundred and fifteen battles have been fought over this strategic and wonderful Belgrade Fortress. The citadel here has been demolished more than forty times over the centuries due to conflicts. A Chartered bus
will take you to this heritage site.
2. Museum of Yugoslavia
confirms that this must-see museum holds an impressive collection of around 200,000 artefacts reflecting Yugoslavia's rich, interesting, and turbulent past. With photographs, works of art, historical records, flicks and weapons, precious treasures: are all here combined to paint the picture of the long story of this land.
3. Church of St Sava
St Sava is the largest Orthodox Church in the Balkan region and the second largest in the world, a special landmark in the capital of Serbia. Bus Company by Coach Charter Germany
understands that this shrine was constructed on the site where the Grand Ottoman Vizier Sinan Pasha burned relics of St Sava after his icon graced flags for the duration of a Serbian uprising in 1594.
4. Gardoš Tower
This is a memorial from the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire is elevated above the right bank of the Danube in the oldest section of Zemun. There is within a modest display about the chronicles of Zemun and Gardoš, Also you can go up to the tower summit to see the breathtaking views from top for the Danube and the confluence. Rental bus is your transport for this.
5. Nikola Tesla Museum
This museum presents the live and achievements of Nikola Tesla. He is considered a scientist, inventor, electrical engineer, and national hero in Serbia. The museum is divided into two main sections: the first is a look at Tesla the person, featuring personal items, images and correspondence to paint a clearer picture of his lifestyles and journeys. The second section covers the scientific work and achievements from hi professional life. Tour bus will take you there.
6. Republic Square
At Knez Mihailova's Ulica Boulevard southern end is the Republic Square, with a number of the most important monuments in the city and a commercial district as the heart of Belgrade. You will find a monument designed by the Italian sculptor Enrico Pazzi, this sculpture is of Price Mihailo Obrenović, whom ruled Serbia twice in the mid-1800s and a key figure in the liberation of the Balkans from the Ottomans. Bus Rental is your drive to this place.
Kalemegdan Fortress is rightfully the pride of historic importance to Belgrade, nonetheless it also actually a great park, and a real treasure chest of heritage and national icon. The galleries there are full of different assortments of impressive antiquity artifacts presenting Serbian history. Rent a coach with driver from our bus company and enjoy your trip to Belgrade's passionate experience.
8. Skadarlija and Cetinjska
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confirms Belgrade is popular for its rich culture-life. River Boats and golf equipment are part of that culture here, and the streets of Skadarlija and Cetinjska provide the full social experience of Belgrade. The history of the two streets may be very different from each other, but both serve as an important double serve within the city's cultural heart throughout the 21st century.
9. Zemunski Kej
The Quay of Liberation is also known as Kej Osloboenja. This riverside promenade is the best vicinity within the Danube banks in Belgrade. Starting just below the Gardoš Tower is a long, green area, with high trees and spectacular views of the second-longest river in Europe, till it joins the Sava River. Coach Charter Germany
will take you there.
10. Avala Tower
This is the Balkan region’s tallest building, functions as a communication tower, and is a charming drive from Belgrade city. Coach charter Germany’s tour bus suggests best times of the year to visit are spring and summer trips to Belgrade (April-October).
Airport shuttle by Coach Charter Germany
will pick you and your party from Nikola Tesla airport or any other location in and around the city. It will take around30 minutes to get to Belgrade city center with our airport shuttle depending on traffic. We are the airport shuttle that gives you choice when you are able to build your individual group tour itinerary. Our airport shuttle
will be your prudent companion when you drive around Belgrade.
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