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Story of a wounded but proud city

Story of a wounded but proud city

Duration:3 hours total
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

My name is Jelena, I'm a master of pharmacy and convinced Cosmopolitan :) I want to show our guests historically significant sights of Belgrade that they don't usually show you, at least not together with these stories. I was born here, I've been living here for 30 years, and I'm forever in love with our beautiful capital. Though I never moved, this is the fourth Republic I've been living in! How…
Jelena
Jelena
Jelena
Jelena

What we’ll do

We will meet in front of Hotel Moskva where my story will begin. It's a story full of illogic, misunderstandings and stupidity, but it's also a story filled with love, heroism and optimism. We will walk or take a public bus (as you prefer) to the Slavija square where you can see our new Musical Fountain. Then we will proceed to St. Sava's Temple in which we can enter and hear something about its…

What else you should know

Dress comfortable, but if you want to enter the Temple try not to wear shorts or other signs of nudity- if you are a woman it is convenient to wear some kind of scarf to cover yourself a bit if needed

What to bring

Money for the bakery if they want to try something (around 2$).
Coins for the temple - there are no tickets so visitors can leave some charity, but its not mandatory, its just a local custom.

Airbnb Experiences are vetted for quality

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  • Local experts

    Led by locals who love where they’re from and what they do.

  • Small groups

    With intimate group sizes, you’ll never get lost in the crowd.

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Where you'll be

Hotel Moskva - one of the oldest and most famous Belgrade hotels Terazijska cesma - modest old fountain Slavija Square with big new Musical Fountain St. Sava's Temple - the largest Orthodox temple at Balkans Monument to Karadjordje National Library of Serbia Trpkovic bakery - one of the city's most famous bakeries Destroyed buildings in Knez Milos's Street - reminder of NATO bombing in 1999. Monument to I. Andric Monument to N. Pasic Parliament

Things to keep in mind

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Communication policy

Always communicate through Airbnb. To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside the Airbnb website or app.

Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

More tips

Dress comfortable, but if you want to enter the Temple try not to wear shorts or other signs of nudity- if you are a woman it is convenient to wear some kind of scarf to cover yourself a bit if needed
Jelena
Story of a wounded but proud city
2 reviews
£8/person
2 reviews
£8/person