As one of the oldest cities in Europe, our capital had a very turbulent history. Conquered and destroyed it, lifted him out of the ashes, rebuilt and upgraded. From the Vinca culture, through the Greek, Roman, emperors Anastasia and Justinian, Avars, Bulgarians, Hungarians, to the Serbs, Turks and Austrians, Belgrade, at that time was called Singidunum, and it went through many phases, making dozens of names until the 19th century when it became the capital of modern Serbia.
This modern Central European city in the early 20th century had about 50 000 inhabitants and then became really true European capital.
Today, the city is located at the confluence of the rivers Sava and Danube and has about 1 700 000 inhabitants and is a global metropolis and one of the most visited cities in Europe and the world, which can satisfy the most diverse tastes of its visitors.

Culture and Art








Belgrade is the center of the culture and art of Serbia, and as such, the founder of 36 cultural institutions, as well as the sponsor of numerous European and world events.
Many world famous artists have found a place in Belgrade where they can express their creative spirit, either as actors, musicians, writers or other creative artists.















Belgrade is inhabited by people of different religions, and has built up in it, in addition to numerous Orthodox and several Catholic churches, a synagogue and a mosque. Nikolayev and Notre Dame, the oldest church buildings in the capital, and the Temple of Saint Sava, Serbian Orthodox Church is the largest temple, the largest Orthodox Church in the Balkans and one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. In Belgrade and its surroundings, there are a handful of monasteries, guardian of the Orthodox spirit and tradition, which is really worth a visit.