Belgrade incorporates the Old Town, south of the citadel, and the New Town on the opposite bank of the Sava. The imposing Kalemegdan offers spectacular views of New Belgrade and the Ada Ciganlija island, overgrown with vegetation and open to all.
Nearby, the historic streets of the bohemian Skadarlija neighbourhood, a long-established home to artists and poets, are filled with the city’s oldest restaurants. Take a wander down the pedestrianised Knez Mihailova Street, one of the city’s grandest thoroughfares, or visit the Nikola Tesla Museum and the House of Flowers, Marshal Tito’s mausoleum.
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