Things to see in Belgrade
Belgrade Fortress: consists of Upper Town, Lower Town and Kalemegdan Park. Created during the 19th century, the Park is popular as it has many shady benches, random sculptures, a Zoo, amusement park, art pavilion and various souvenir vendors. The fortress is the best place to view the entire city and the Danube river, which is a stunning sight to kick back and relax to.
Military Museum: hosts over 3000 ancient and modern items including Roman swords, Greek helmets and daggers, Serbian heavy knight’s armour and Western medieval weapons. It also tracks the many different invasions of Serbia over the years along with dioramas, plaques and displays to illustrate their historical contexts.
Aeronautical Museum: this museum displays examples of over 200 aircrafts used by both the Serbian and Yugoslavian air forces, as well as wreckages shot down during the NATO bombings in 1999, which include the USAF F-117 Nighthawk and F-16 Fighting Falcon.
Ada Ciganlija: a great place for you to enjoy some sports in the sun, swim or have a BBQ the Ada Ciganlija is the one. It’s the closest thing to a seaside that this landlocked city has, it’s an 8km long beach that is hugely popular with the locals and tourists in the summertime.
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