Best Day trips from Belgrade

Best Day Trips from Belgrade

Best Day trips from Belgrade

Awesome museums + prominent theatres + extreme sports + uncountable places to visit- all of this gives you a sneak peek into what Belgrade’s like! The premier attractions of the city include the historic areas and buildings. The National Museum and adjacent National Theatre, Zemun, Students' Square and the Old Palace are a few highlights. On top of this, there are numerous parks, monuments, shops, cafes and restaurants in here. Various theatres, the best ones of which are National Theatre, Zvezdara Theatre, Theatre on Terazije, Yugoslav Drama Theatre and Atelier 212 are housed right in this Serbian jewel. Other than that, this city leaves no stone unturned when it comes to extreme sports! You can bump into bungee jumping, water skiing, and paintballing here anytime! Also, there is a wide availability of various tracks on the island, where it is possible to ride a bike, go for a walk or even go jogging. Important point to mark, the most spectacular and the first Contemporary art museum in here; the Museum of Contemporary Art is a must visit. If you are more into travel, history and mystery, the Railway Museum, the Military Museum and the Museum of Aviation await your arrival. Do not leave Belgrade without making a visit to the Church of Saint Sava, the most beautiful building of Serbia which has earned this city the reputation that it has. You won't regret stopping by Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade Fortress and Ada Ciganlija all for three distinctive purposes: zoo vibes, historical blend and sightseeing accompanied with bungee jumping respectively. All these attractions are ideal for a day trip with memorable experiences and a zillion photograph opportunities! And guess what, that’s not all! The periphery of Belgrade hosts some of the most amazing day trips to keep you busy even when everything on Belgrade check list is done. So, here are some of the handpicked weekend break destinations for the best Day Trips from Belgrade:

1. Novi Sad

Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia, is definitely one that never sleep! Fancy parties and cheap prices, what more could you ask for? There are many landmarks you need to visit viz. Novi Sad Synagogue, the second largest synagogue in Europe; Zmaj Jovina Street, a major promenade in the city center followed by outdoor cafes and shops; the oldest house in Novi Sad and the Petrovaradin Fortress accompanying its ever-slaying Clock tower. The Museum of Novi Sadwhich is a real-life experience, offering the possibility to walk through old underground military tunnels. The most preferred mode of to travel from Belgrade to Novi Sad is a personal car taking a total travelling time of around 1 hour. Other travelling options include hiring a taxi which will take you to the destination in around 1 hour and 10 minutes.

2. Smederevo

Beautifully surrounded by two rivers- Danube on the north, Velika Morava river on the east and godly Sumadija hills overlooking the city, Smederevo marks the must visits list for sure! Visit the popular Smederevo fortress here. Just do not miss out on the White Palace of Obrenovic dynasty and St George’s temple in the heart of the city. Smederevo is also referred as the city of wine and you can get to taste these in the Wine City Park near the main square. This city is a perfect blend of nature's beauty and historical flavors with a modern touch. The most preferred mode of transport to get from Belgrade to Smederevo is a personal car taking a total travelling time of a little less than an hour. Other travelling options include hiring a taxi which will take you to the destination in nearly the same time.

3. Fruska Gora National Park

Done with history and photographs? Get into the sporty zone. Fruska Gora National Park allows you to go for hiking and enjoying the nature at its best. 'The Jewel of Serbia' ensures to keep you entertained and make add more ways of family fun to your day trip. Take a break at one of the lakes of Fruska Gora where you can swim and fish. The park also has several resorts where you can spend the eleventh hour of the trip and bid this place a bye. The best and most frequented mode of transport to travel from Belgrade to Fruska Gora National Park is a personal car taking a total travelling time of around 1 hour 30 minutes. Other travelling options include a bus which would take a little less than 2 hours. With non availability of bus, a taxi can also be hired which will take you to the destination in around 1 hour and 35 minutes.

4. Djerdap National Park

Yet another nature’s gem in Serbia, Djerdap National park welcomes you. Djerdapska klisura, the largest gorge in Europe on Danube river is the main attraction here! Get sporty and you can go for numerous outdoor activities in here among which are hiking, biking, kayaking and swimming. Mark a visit to the famous Golubac Fortress above the lake. Golubac has also become a sailing site over the years, so if you are lucky enough, you can get to watch boat races! The most preferred mode of transport among people from Belgrade to Djerdap National Park is a personal car taking a total travelling time of around 1 hour50 minutes. Other travelling options include a bus which would take 2 hours and 30 minutes. With non-availability of bus, a taxi can also be hired which will take you to the destination in around 1 hour and 50 minutes.

5. Silver Lake

Having an irregular arch shape, this 14-kilometer-long lake with crystal clear waters makes it perfect for your carefree swimming session! Go fishing or swimming. Have a nice family time in here, take in those beautiful picnic vibes, click pictures and make yourself comfortable in the hotel nearby. To add to the picnic vibes, let us inform you, there is a tennis court too. EEEE- Darn exciting! Isn't it? The most preferred mode of transport among people from Belgrade to Silver Lake is a personal car taking a total travelling time of around 1 hour. Other travelling options include a bus which would take 2 hours and 10 minutes. With non availability of bus, a taxi can also be hired which will take you to the destination in around 1 hour and 35 minutes.

6. Timisoara, Romania

Cross borders. Get adventurous. Timisoara, referred as the Little Wien houses numerous parks, flowers and green areas such as Roses Park, Botanic Park and Poporului Park. Seems heavenly. Doesn't it? This charming Romanian city is also a place to try delicious and diverse cuisine. Whether you want to try Italian, Serbian, Hungarian, German or Romanian cuisine, Timisoara has them all. And guess what the best thing is; the prices are ridiculously cheap. If you are a foodie for real, you do not need to curb your cravings. Just get on this foodie lane and taste what Romania has to offer. To get from Belgrade to Timisoara, the best mode of transport would be a personal car taking a total travelling time of around 2 hours 40 minutes. Other travelling options include hiring a taxi which will take you to the destination in around 1 hour and 45 minutes.

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