Serbia Attractions


Nikola Tesla Museum

1. Nikola Tesla Museum

  • 500 Serbian dinars
  • 30 mins-2 hours
  • +381 (0) 11 24 33 886
  • Nikola Tesla Museum, Krunska, Belgrade
  • Weekdays 10am-6pm (except Mondays), Weekends 10am-3pm

Nikola Tesla was Serbia’s most famous scientist. His life and work is on display in the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, which also functions as an archive for more than 160,000 original documents related to the scientist’s life. Read more…

Gardoš Tower

2. Gardoš Tower

  • 150 dinars; children under 12 free
  • 30 minutes
  • Grobljanska, Zemun, Belgrade
  • Weekend: 11am-1pm; 3pm-6pm

The Gardoš Tower is located in the area Gardoš in Zemun, which is a suburb to Belgrade. The tower was built in 1896 as a memorial tower over the Hungarian Empire. Read more…


3. Skadarlija

  • Free
  • 30 minutes
  • Serbia, Skadarska 11000, Belgrade
  • Daily

Skadarlija is the bohemian quarter of Belgrade. It is basically one street, named Skadarska, which has cobblestones and buildings from the late 19th and early 20th century. Read more…

The Zepter Museum

4. The Zepter Museum

  • Adults 200 RSD, Children free
  • 1-2 hours
  • +381 11 32 83 339
  • Zepter Muzej, Kneza Mihaila, Belgrade
  • Tues, Wed, Fri & Sun: 10am-8pm; Thurs & Sat: 12pm-10pm

Opened on July 1st 2010 in a former bank, the Zepter Museum is an art complex privately owned by Mrs. Madlena Zepter. It houses more than 350 pieces of art made by 134 artists. Read more…

Church of Saint Sava

5. Church of Saint Sava

  • Free
  • 15-30 minutes
  • Saint Sava Temple, Belgrade
  • Daily 9am-6pm
  • 1

Tickets & Tours

The Temple of Saint Sava is a large Orthodox church that because of its size can be seen from most of Belgrade. It is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans and has become a landmark for the city. Read more…

Kalemegdan Park

6. Kalemegdan Park

  • Free
  • 1-3 hours
  • +381 (0)11/ 26 20 685
  • Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade
  • Daily
  • 1

The Kalemegdan Park is a big park where you can see the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube. In the park is an old fortress, several monuments and statues, and a military museum. Read more…

Museum of Yugoslav History

7. Museum of Yugoslav History

  • Adults 200, children 100 dinars
  • 1-2 hours
  • +381 11 3671485
  • Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva, Belgrade
  • Tue-Sun 10am–4pm

Tickets & Tours

The Museum of Yugoslav History shows three different exhibitions. In the 25th of May Museum there is a temporary exhibition within the theme of Yugoslavian history, and the museum also has two permanent exhibitions. Read more…