See some of the most important sights of the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, on a guided walking tour of the city center. Starting from the National Parliament, you'll visit the City Parliament (Old Palace), built by the Obrenović dynasty. Right next door is the New Palace, the current residency of the President of the Republic of Serbia. Stroll to Nikola Pašić Square dedicated to the former mayor of Belgrade, home to one of the biggest fountains in Serbia. Pass by the famous Syndicate House and come to Terazije Square, then gaze up at Albania Chamber built in 1939 and once the highest building in Belgrade. Throughout the tour your local guide will share tips, facts and first-hand experiences of one of the oldest cities in Europe, with a fascinating but turbulent past. See the heart of the city, Republic Square with the Prince Mihail Monument in the center, as well as the National Theatre and National Museum nearby. Feel the energy of lively Knez Mihailo Street, a main walking and shopping zone and don't forget to see the Mansion of Princess Ljubica, former home of the first lady of Serbia. The tour ends at Belgrade Park and Kalemegdan Park, the most important cultural-historic complex of the city, where you'll see the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube.