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Car Rental in Belgrade

Belgrade, meaning the ‘White City’ in Serbian, is the capital of the Republic of Serbia. Over the years the city established itself as a popular tourist destination, thanks to its amazing blend of architectural styles, long history and vibrant nightlife. This ‘Berlin of the Balkans’ that dates back to the 4th century BC is located in the heart of Serbia, on the confluence of two major European rivers, Sava and Danube.

Belgrade city center, where most of the famous sights are located, is not too big, and most of the attractions can easily be reached on foot. Most of the major sights are located in the Old Town district. So why visit Belgrade? There is much to see in this glorious city, and the architectural diversity will charm you, as you will be greeted by Art Déco, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Brutalist architecture. You can always enjoy one of its many parks, Bohemian streets or museums.

Kalemegdan Fortress is located at the confluence of Sava and Danube Rivers, in the Old Town. It is the most visited attraction in Belgrade, and in 1979 it was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance. The Fortress is surrounded by Kalemegdan Park, the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. There are several exhibition halls inside the Fortress worth checking out. The entrance to the fortress is free, but there is an admission fee of around 300 RSD for entering the Nebojsa Tower.  Belgrade ZOO, also known as Vrt dobre nade, is located in Kalemegdan Park. Founded in 1936, it is one of the oldest public zoos in southeastern Europe. The zoo’s main attractions are white and albino animals such as white tigers and tigers, and Muja, the oldest living alligator in the world. On the western side of the fortress you can see the Pobednik statue.

Knez Mihailova Street is the main pedestrian street, and also one of the oldest landmarks in Belgrade. It goes from the Kalemegdan Fortress to the Republic Square. Always full of life, filled with stores, cafes and restaurants, it is the best place to feel the pulse of Belgrade and admire the diverse architectural styles.

The Republic Square, located in the Old Town, is one of the central squares in Belgrade. Locals also call it kod konja (by the horse) because of the statue Mihailo Obrenovic that was erected on the square in 1882. On the square you can find some other important sights, such as the National Theatre and the National Museum.

The National Theatre is located on the Republic Square, at the very center of the city. Three artistic ensembles are under its roof: opera, ballet and drama. It was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance in 1983.

Nearby you can find Skadarlija (Skadarska Street), a pedestrian vintage street and one of the most famous sights in Belgrade. Skadarlija is the best representation of the spirit of old Belgrade. Most of the evenings you can enjoy live music while strolling this charming cobblestone Bohemian quarter of Belgrade.

Saint Sava Temple, located on the Vračar plateau, is the largest Serbian Orthodox church, and one of the largest churches in the world. It is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important historical figure. The church is built in the Serbian-Byzantine style, and the interior is not finished yet. The basement contains a crypt decorated with gold-plated Orthodox icons, the treasury of St. Sava and future burial sites for Serbian patriarchs.

Holy Archangel Michael Cathedral is located near the Fortress, it was completed in 1840. The church is famous for its Serbian neo-Classicist style.

St. Mark’s Church, built in Serbo-Orthodox style, is located in Tašmajdan park in Belgrade. This imposing church is the burial place of king Alexander I of Serbia.

The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia (Narodna skupstina) is located near St. Mark’s Church, on Nikola Pašić Square. It was completed in 1936. The interior is decorated with numerous paintings, frescoes and sculptures.

The Royal Compound consists of The Royal Palace, The Royal Chapel and The White Palace. The Royal Palace is a grand villa in Serbo-Byzantine style, and is the current home of Crown Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and his family. There you can see the Blue Salon, Royal Dining Room, Royal Library, Atrium and the formal Entrance Hall. The White Palace (Beli dvor) is the former residence of the royal family built in a neo-Palladian style, today it houses selected works of art.  

Ada Ciganlija is a river island located on the Sava River that has been artificially turned into a peninsula. It is a popular recreational zone, known for vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches and different sports fields and courts. It is also commonly called More Beograda (Belgrade’s Sea).

The Danube waterside, especially Kej Oslobodjenja (Quay of Liberation) is another popular hangout place. Waterside promenade is a great place to take a walk, go on a picnic or just sit back and enjoy the Danube.

The Avala Tower, located around 18 kilometers from the center of Belgrade, is the tallest tower in the Balkans. The original tower was destroyed during the NATO bombing in 1999, but it was rebuilt in 2010. The top of the tower gives a great panoramic view of the city and surrounding area. Nearby is the imposing Monument to the Unknown Hero.


Rent a car in Belgrade from autoUnion and enjoy your stay. If you are on a business trip hire a car in Belgrade and you will not have to worry about your transportation. If again you are on holidays, an affordable car rental is the way to explore Belgrade surroundings without the fear of exceeding your budget.

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