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Belgrade (BEG), also called the White City, is the right destination if you're looking for art and culture. The capital of the Serbian Republic has many beautiful, cultural and historical sights in store. Culture lovers will also adore the many museums and exhibitions. A tour through the historical Old Town will take you to green parks, babbling fountains and archaeological sites. If this is your first trip to Belgrade (BEG), a tour with a knowledgeable local guide is recommended. In the evenings, holidaymakers will find delicious food and drinks on the menus of the many restaurants, and the opportunity to get to know the country and its people first hand.
The city of Belgrade (BEG) stands for art and culture in every way. Starting at the historical fortress of Belgrade via the Cathedral of the Holy Seva to the Nikola Tesla Museum, holidaymakers will find everything here that their culture-loving hearts could desire. So book your Belgrade (BEG) flights now and see the many other sights such as the Genex Tower, the Great War Island, the Serbian National Museum, the beautiful Rose Church, the Pobednik or the Bajrakli Mosque. If you want to explore the city on your own, you will come across famous monuments such as The Victor, the Monument to the Unknown Hero or the Monument to the Defenders of Belgrade 1915.
And as Belgrade (BEG) stands for art and culture, visitors will of course also find many operas and theatres. If you book your Belgrade (BEG) flights now, you'll fall in love with the city's cultural diversity. The National Theatre is the cultural heart of Serbia, performing various operas and internationally renowned ballets. But you haven't experienced Belgrade (BEG) if you haven't tried its traditional Serbian cuisine. The dishes are still influenced by the Turkish and Austro-Hungarian cultures. Most restaurants serve grilled meats and vegetables. The city's coffee houses are very special, serving up Turska kafa, a Serbian mocha.