Belgrade Walking Tour With A Local Including Lunch

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Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 4 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    10:00 a.m.
  • Departure Details :
    The corner of Kneza Sime Markovica and Kralja Petra, in front of the "Question Mark" restaurant
  • Return Details :
    The Republic Square (Central Square)


Travel from the 19th century to modern-day Belgrade on this 4 hour small group tour that mashes up history, culture, architecture, and food into an all-in-one morning! Youll grab coffee with your local tour guide in the citys oldest tavern, learn about Serbian architecture and important figures, visit a market where you can taste local products, and finish it off with a street food-style lunch in the citys best sausage joint.


  • Small-group tour
  • Led by a local guide
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Lunch included

Know More about this tour

Meet your local guide in front of the "Question Mark" restaurant at 10:00 a.m. and walk with your group to the Belgrade Cathedral St Michaels Church, which holds relics of one of the most important Serbian leaders of the 19th century: Prince Milo Obrenovi. In front of the church are the tombs of Vuk Karadi, a Serbian philologist and linguist who established the modern Serbian alphabet, and Dositej Obradovi, another linguist and a philosopher, as well as the first minister of education of Serbia. These two men had the biggest influence on Serbias educational development and literacy programs, and will set the tone for your tour from historic to modern-day Belgrade.

Across the street from the church is the Patriarchate Building and on the opposite corner is Princess Ljubicas Residence. She was the wife of the aforementioned Prince Milo Obrenovi. You will be able to enter the residence and learn more about 19th-century life in Serbia.

Nearby these two buildings youll find the oldest traditional tavern in the city, built in 1823. You will have a coffee break here and even indulge in some morning rakia (Serbian schnapps) as you listen to stories about Serbias fight for freedom against the Turks. You can pick up a bit of the local language, too, as you will also have a mini class on the Serbian alphabet.

After a short coffee break, your Belgrade tour continues through the citys main walking area, Knez Mihailova Street. You will see the Belgrade library, Republic Square, and Serbias Academy of Science and Art. Learn about the between the wars architecture that is so characteristic of Belgrade.

As you continue through the narrow streets of the old Dorcol neighborhood, passing by the citys most popular cafs, restaurants, and bars, you will reach a green market where locals sell homemade dairy and meat products, and fresh produce directly from their farms outside the city. White cheese, kaymak (similar to clotted cream), and varci (fried or roasted pork rind and fat) are some of the typical Balkan products that you'll find in this market. It is in markets, such as this one, where you'll get a true sense of what everyday life in Belgrade looks like.

From there, go for a walk through Belgrade's bohemian quarter, Skadarlija street. This cobblestone street is a pedestrian zone filled with restaurants, bars, and traditional taverns. This is where you will stop for a street food-style lunch at one of the best sausage joints in the city.

The tour ends after lunch in the city center, at the Republic Square.


  • Local guide
  • Entrance to Princess Ljubica's Residence
  • Coffee and a shot of rakia
  • Tasting of Kaymak at the Green Market
  • Street food sausages for lunch


  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities (optional)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Please wear comfortable shoes for walking.

For your Urban Adventure you will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people.

Princess Ljubicas Residence is closed to visitors on Mondays, therefore we wont be able to go inside on any Monday tours.

This is a child-friendly tour. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour.

This tour typically includes a tasting of local sausages and dairy products; however, we can cater for vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free travelers. Please notify us at the time of booking if you have any allergies or food sensitivities, so that we can have time to organize your food.