Point of Interest
Gardoš Tower, Zemun
The Gardoš Tower is also known as the Millennium Tower as it was built in 1896 to celebrate 1,000 years of Hungarian settlement on the Pannonian Plain.
The best riverside location by the river Danube from which you can see breathtaking view of Belgrade.
Gardoš Tower, also known as Millennium Tower or Kula Sibinjanin Janka is a memorial tower located in Zemun, city of Belgrade.
Tower Gardoš is one of the four Millennium Towers built by the Hungarian authorities on all four sides of the world, in the farthest cities of the kingdom, as part of the celebration of the thousandth anniversary of the settlement of Hungarians in Pannonia. The tower, 36 meters high, was built at…
“Extending diagonally through Stari Grad from the fortress to Republic Square, Knez Mihailova is a pedestrianised street and somewhere for Belgradians to shop and go out. On what is one of the most expensive streets in the city per square metre, Knez Mihailova has upmarket boutiques and international high street brands like Sephora, Zara and Gap. These are joined by scores of restaurant and bars, so if you come almost any time of day or night and you’ll encounter throngs of shoppers, couples or revellers. And towards the fortress the way is lined with eye-catching rows of stuccoed Neoclassical mansions with quoins and cornices. ”
“Strada is a great place to chill out, have a nice cup of coffee and something to eat. I'm going there pretty often with my friends. They have very good offer of desserts too.”
“Also known as Kej Oslobođenja (Quay of Liberation), this waterside promenade is the best place in Belgrade to take in the Danube. Starting just below the Gardoš Tower is a long green area, with plane trees and sumptuous views of Europe’s second-longest river just where it joins with the Sava. These banks used to be flooded every year but engineering works have raised the embankment, while the pedestrian path has been widened to accommodate leisurely waterside ambles. There are restaurants every few steps, many on barges and other old vessels (splavovi), while a small fleet of boats are waiting if you’d like a trip on the Danube ”
“Trg Republike (or Republic Square, in English) is the main square in Belgrade, the main city in Serbia. This big square is the typical place, where people meet each other and where the big celebrations or demonstrations are organized. Really it is impressive and. here you can see some bars and restaurants (i.e. Aurelio, an excellent bar, where you can taste local dishes), the National Theatre, the National Museum or only the Prince Mihailo Equestrian Monument. Very nice place. (See also National Museum Belgrade, Prince Mihailo Monument or National Theater)”