Get off your feet on a bus tour of this amazing and historic city, accompanied by the fascinating commentary of your English speaking guide. After a convenient hotel pick up, the tour starts at Prince Miloš Street, home to government buildings partially destroyed during the NATO bombing in 1999. Then you'll stop at the Yugoslavian History Museum for photo opportunities and to see the memorial complex devoted to the history of Yugoslavia. Head to Saint Sava Temple before you pass by the stadium of FC Crvena Zvezda (Red Star), former European Football Championship and World Cup champions (entrance to the Stadium is optional). The next location is at one of the most famous squares of Belgrade, Slavija Square which leads to the center of the metropolis. Then it's off to see Saint Mark’s Church, which holds the relic of Tsar Dušan, the most powerful ruler in the history of Serbia. You will also glimpse the breathtaking edifices of Serbian National Parliament, Old and New Palace, which is now the City Parliament and the President’s residency. Pass by Republic Square before you drive through Dorćol quart, the oldest part of the city, which leads you up to the Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park. You'll be able to enjoy a a relaxing walk on Kalemegdan to the Victor monument the tour ends as you look over where the Sava and Danube rivers meet.