The Crowne Plaza Belgrade is ideally located in the central business district of New Belgrade. Only 15 km from the International Belgrade Airport Nikola Tesla.
The Kalemegdan park and Belgrade Fortress are located on a hill with an amazing panorama overlooking where the river Sava flows into the Danube. The statue of Victor on the top of the hill was erected in 1928 and became a symbol of Belgrade. Zemun City is the historical town of the city of Belgrade. Both are located 5 minutes drive from the hotel.
Visit the newly opened Tennis Centre Novak. There is a trophy room for the best Serbian player of all time, Novak Djokovic, where you can see all his trophies and awards. A real must-do for tennis fans.
Ada Ciganlija - a green oasis of Belgrade also known as the ‘Belgrade Sea’. On the small island of Ada Ciganlija, you can find many restaurants serving different cuisines including Serbian delights. There is also a wide selection of Cafes and Clubs. Moreover, water sports activities can be found alongside the 7 km long beach.
Skadarska Street is cobblestoned and famous for its bohemian history and friendly ambiance. Once home to many famous writers, actors, and painters, this lively street welcomes you today with well-known restaurants, many with traditional live music. The Knez Mihailova Street is the main pedestrian zone and shopping area suiting every taste. Both are located 5 minutes drive from the hotel.
Don’t go home without viewing the entire Belgrade from one point. Visit Avala mountain and enjoy the stunning view of the city from the Avala Tower. Use this chance also to visit the historic Monument of the Unknown Hero. Ajvar- a type of relish made from red bell peppers is the perfect souvenir to take back home.
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The Royal Palace at Dedinje was built from 1924 to 1929, by the order of King Alexander I, as an official royal residence. Today it is the home of Crown Prince Alexander II and his family. This is a large and representative villa of white stone of the Serbian - Byzantine style and surrounded by pergolas, park terraces, pools, pavilions and a concert platform. The palace offers a magnificent view to Dedinje, Kosutnjak Forest, Topcider and Avala.
Kalemegdan Fortress offers an exciting view of the confluence of Sava and Danube, of New Belgrade and Zemun. The Kalemegdan Park contains the “Cvijeta Zuzorić” Pavilion, the Grand Stairway, the zoo, children’s park and a number of monuments and sculptures, several sports courts, a museum, a café and a restaurant.
The temple was built on the location where, according to legend and on orders by Sinan-pasha, the remains of the first Serbian archbishop Sava were moved from the Mileševa monastery in 1594, there to be burned. The interior height of the temple, from the floor to the top of its dome, is 65 meters, while the outside height with the cross is 79 meters. The temple has three choir galleries with capacity for 700 choir members each, as well as an observation gallery.
The National Theatre is located in the immediate vicinity of the National Museum. It was built during 1868 and 1869, designed by the architect Aleksandar Bugarski. In addition to theatre plays, charity balls and concerts were held in the building during the 19th century. It was the place where the Great Constitutional Assembly voted in the famous 1888 Constitution.
Ada is a true ecological oasis of Belgrade, decorated with clean waters and a thick deciduous forest. 7 kilometres of gravel beach, with public baths, showers and fountains as the necessary additional accessories, rescue crews, ambulance and police, the offer of Ada Ciganlija is exceptionally diverse. Apart from swimming, you can row a boat, a kayak or a canoe on the lake, play water polo, windsurf, water-ski using a specially constructed cable-pulley, descend down toboggans, ride pedal-boats...
Located in the heart of the city, the Belgrade Zoo, also known as the Garden of Hope, is located in one of the most attractive locations in the city – Kalemegdan Park. Founded in 1936, it is one of the oldest animal collections in Europe.
The old, bohemian quarter of Belgrade, Skadarlija, arose during the late 19th and early 20th century when its inns were the gathering place of the best known names in Belgrade. Skadarlija is the bohemian quarter of Belgrade and an unavoidable place to taste local specialties. Nearly all restaurants have live music.
Pedestrian zone and commercial center - Knez Mihailova Street is protected by law since it is one of the oldest and most important monumental urban environments.