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Travel Tips to Belgrade (BEG)
Belgrade: A beautiful city with lots to see
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and will enchant you with its many sights. It doesn’t matter if you are visiting the beautiful city on your own, as a couple or as a family; there is something for everyone here. A flight to Belgrade brings you to a varied city full of interesting excursion destinations.
The best travel tips for Belgrade
- The Cathedral of Saint Sava is one of the most impressive landmarks of the city
- See the many kinds of animals at Belgrade Zoo
- Discover the history of Serbian aviation at the Museum of Aviation
The Cathedral of Saint Sava: A special highlight
The Cathedral of Saint Sava is easily seen from afar because of its size and elevated position. It is one of the biggest religious buildings in the world and is the largest church in southeast Europe. You can reach the cathedral easily on foot from the city centre. With its magnificent architecture, this church impresses you immediately with the imposing exterior. The giant dome which adorns the cathedral is particularly impressive. Building work on the cathedral began in 1985 and won’t be completed until 2020. Even though it is still under construction, a visit to this House of God is definitely recommended.
Belgrade Zoo: See a multitude of impressive animals
Belgrade Zoo, often called a zoological garden or Garden of Good Hope, is in the centre of the city, in Kalemegdan Park. The zoo is home to around 2,000 animals. Look forward to seeing pumas, lions, giraffes and zebras here. Along with a large number of exotic animals, there are numerous indigenous species as well. The zoological garden was first established in 1936 and so is one of the oldest zoos in Europe.
Museum of Aviation: Discover Belgrade’s popular museum
The Museum of Aviation was founded in 1957, although the updated current accommodation was opened to visitors on 21st May 1989. The main building, consisting mainly of glass, is itself really eye-catching. On the areas surrounding it, you can see many aircraft from the region. The museum currently owns about 200 aircraft including attack helicopters and gliders. Also on display are NATO and US aircraft that were shot down during the 90s in the Balkan conflict of that time. The wider museum has a video and picture archive which depicts the history of Serbian aviation vividly. Experience the many sights and this impressive city close up with FlyDoha flights to Belgrade.