The city lies at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, is the country’s economic engine, with a unique agricultural sector, and the main center for dissemination of Serbian culture.
The streets and squares are filled every day from people wanting to enjoy the leisure and becoming one of Europe’s ongoing cities.
Belgrade has a reputation as a city with a vibrant nightlife with numerous bars, restaurants, discos and music bars that stay open until dawn.
Concerning culture, Belgrade tienem about a thousand sports facilities, many can accommodate all types of sporting events.
In addition to two state universities and several colleges.
The most prestigious museum in Belgrade is the National Museum, founded in 1844. Houses a collection of more than 400,000 exhibits, including foreign masterpieces.
The citadel is divided into Upper Town and Lower Town.
The two main entrances are the doors and Sahat Stambol.
At the top looks Sahat-kula, the Clock Tower, the second half of the eighteenth century and used by the Turks as a watchtower, offering sweeping views across the city.
The Fortress Museum traces the development of the wall since its inception.
Kralj-Kapija past, you will see a Roman well reconstructed by the Austrians between 1721 and 1731 to ensure water supply to the fort.