Looking for Belgrade attractions and activities and during your time in the city? Then be inspired by our tips and discover the city and its surroundings with numerous sightseeing possibilities near Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrade.
The Belgrade Fortress forms the historical core of the Serbian capital and serves as a symbol of Belgrade's origins.
The Church of Saint Sava is one of the most identifiable attractions in the entire region. It dominates the city’s skyline, and at 79 metres in height, it is easy to see why.
The intriguing history of Yugoslavia looms large over the entire region, despite only being around for less than a century.
Zemun was swallowed up by Belgrade in the 1930s, but its former position as an Austrian Empire border town means you can find a different atmosphere when compared to the big city centre.
Nikola Tesla is probably known as the most popular modern Serbs. The inventor’s incredible life is honoured in an excellent city centre museum.