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Belgrade Fortress

18 reviews of Belgrade Fortress


Two Thousand Years of Antiquity

The second day of the three days I spent in Belgrade I visited the Kalemegdan fortress, which is 2000 years old. For many of them the population is concentrated inside the wall. It's a huge space that includes a Housing footprint of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Orthodox Church Ruzica (it's visited a lot by college kids before their exams), the Observatory and Planetarium, the Museum of the Navy, a sports area ( tennis courts, basketball, etc.), the Military Museum, The Forestry and Hunting Museum, the Monument of gratitude to France. All of which make it a favorite of locals and visitors, as well as a park with rides with geometric bizarre banks, and picturesque fountains and sculptures that review the history of the country.

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Eduardo Valdivielso

Sunsets from Kalemegdan

Belgrade pleasantly surprised me. Maybe because I did not expect much, or because I had not been interested. But watching the sunset from the Kalemegdan fortress, as the sun sets between the buildings of the new part of the city and enjoying the views where the Danube and Sava meet... really lovely, and I highly recommend spending an hour enjoying similar views.

Nemanja Đorđev

This maybe the best part of Belgrade!


So traditional and beautiful! If you come here, first thing you should do, it’s to explore “Kalemegdan”.

You’ll see amazing view from top of the Kalemegdan!


Nice view

The first time I went to this place was at night and the view of the river and the city was amazing. I recommend you. I don´t have any picture now, sorry. (Sorry for my english)

Masa Stanisavljevic

Plus it ends with a wine tasting.

If you have a chance take a tour of the underground of the fortress it's a bit long but definitely worth it. You will hear a lot of stories and legends even the locals are not familiar with.


One of the most beautiful places in Belgrade


Also called Kalemegdan, has historical and cultural significance. Belgrade means WHITE CITY, and this place is why.

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