Make the most of your trip to Belgrade

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the BelgradePass™

The BelgradePass™ helps you to make the most out of your visit to Belgrade, with a comprehensive city guide, maps, useful Serbian phrases and free or discounted entrance to over 55 attractions!
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Make the most of your time in Belgrade and use the BelgradePass™ to take advantage of discounted travel and admission to Belgrade's hotspots and attractions.
The BelgradePass™ includes:

- Free or discounted entry to over 55 museums and attractions
- Discounts on restaurants and nightlife
- A comprehensive city guide
- Discounts on hotels, hostels, car rental and dentistry!

For 19 Euros the BelgradePass™ give you a key to the city, unlocking the secrets of Belgrades hidden bars, historic buildings and unique Serbian food.

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Interactive tourist map

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What's on in Belgrade

Serbia and Belgrade will have the honour to host the 32nd European Water Polo Championships, which will be held from the 10th to the 23rd of January 2016 in the Kombank Arena. A to. read more...
One of the biggest rock bands of all time, Whitesnake is coming to Belgrade. Concert in Pioneer Hall is scheduled for November 22nd. Whitesnake in the Serbian capital comes in the . read more...

The city of Belgrade - metropolis of history, art, economy, multiculturalism, sports and religious diversity

Beograd confidently bears a number of epithets as a recognised metropolis of history, art, economy, multiculturalism, sports and religious diversity, as a capital of entertainment, but also as a city constantly looking to the future. How can we turn the oldest settlement with uninterrupted continuity of urban life in Europe and the stronghold of modern civilisation into a better place for all of us, if we do not make Beograd a true city of culture?

Devastated more times than any other city, Beograd has persistently risen from its ashes, constantly changing its visible qualities. Yet, it has never changed its authentic and essential "spirit of the city", its unique lifestyle. It is characterised by a remarkable charm, cheerfulness, hospitality and eternal optimism. Unburdened by prejudice of any kind, Beograd does not belong to any ideology, nation or religion, it does not check passports or skin colour of its visitors, nor is it a slave to stereotypes of any kind.

2020 European Capital of Culture

For a short while in Beograd, I found out two things, very important to me: excellent food and people who approach movies much more intellectually than in America.
Jack Nicholson

In 2020, Beograd will have an opportunity to become the AXIS MUNDI, the Centre of the World. It is a chance for a whole generation to achieve a great goal and make the whole society better; to make its environment recognised across the world, to change the unfavourable image about its people, and to show its uniqueness, richness of spirit, tradition, artistic potential and creativity.