Belgrade, Serbia's famous capital, is one of the oldest cities in Europe. This tour takes you to its numerous cultural and historic stops, allowing you to unravel its mysteries and discover more of its local color. The tour begins with the Vračar plateau, where we’ll see one of the most important sights of Belgrade. You'll see the Saint Sava Temple, one of the biggest orthodox temples on the Balkans and small Saint Sava Church. You willc ontinue on to the centre of the city and Slavija Square. One of the streets is King Milan Street that hosts Yugoslavian Drama Theatre founded in 1947. You'll also see the Cvetni Trg or Flower Square, formerly the Flower market. And then it's a stop at SKC, Students Cultural Centre, and the popular “Beograđanka”, the first skyscraper in the centre of the city. Resavska Street will lead you to St. Mark Church in its distinct Serbian-Byzantine style. Close by St. Mark Church is the the Serbian Parliament is the Old and New Palace, the king's old residence, and the new President's residence. Then you visit Terazije Square, one of the most beautiful squares of Belgrade, before going to Republic Square with the Prince Mihail Monument in the center. Here you'll see the vital artistic institutions: the National Theatre and National Museum. Then it's a walk through Knez Mihailo Street, a main walking and shopping zone, on the way to Kalemegdan to see the Congregational Church, capital church of Belgrade. You'll also stop at the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Nearby is the oldest bar in the city, the “Question Mark”, as well as the Mansion of Princess Ljubica, former home of the first lady of Serbia, and today a museum. You can enjoy some refreshments before heading to the final destination in Kalemegdan Park, where the rivers Sava and Danube converge.