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Europe > Serbia > Belgrade: Weather, Climate and Travel Guide

     

Weather today


Mostly Cloudy
max. 20 °C
 
min. 11 °C

Wind: 5 km/h
Precipitation forecast: 0 mm
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Data updated at 04:05 (local time)
At that time, the weather was:
Clear 10.8 °C / Clear
 

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When to go to Belgrade? (Serbia)


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January306-1517498
February4-16-2423447
March5312-725497
April6818-330579
May813223326910
June916278369810
July1018301138616
August918301040626
September71525536746
October6919-232476
November3513-623638
December216-1218549


What to do in Belgrade : Tips, places, hotels and restaurants


BelgradeCapital of Serbia, Belgrade has just under two million. Built at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava, it has always been a hub between Eastern Europe and the West. It has an international airport and ready decor for many cultural events. Although his fame is smaller than Prague or Budapest, Belgrade offers travelers many beautiful sites, and further this for a lower cost than its neighbors. A little more: walking trips are very easy, and takes over the bus when the legs accuse fatigue. The tram line 2 goes around the city, is also proving to be a very good solution for a complete visit. We can start with a stroll in the neighborhood Skadarlija, the Serbian equivalent of Montmartre, where the bohemian atmosphere will charm you as much as art galleries and great restaurants abound throughout its cobbled streets. Walk then to the Kalemegdan Fortress, the largest and oldest park in the city, with its magnificent view of the Danube and its fresh air that city dwellers particularly appreciate. Admire the Republic Square, very central, the National Theatre and the House of the Army. Religious buildings of Belgrade are also worth visiting, such as: St. Sava Cathedral, the largest Orthodox church in the world, with its magnificent facade of marble and granite; the synagogue, which is the only country still in activity; Bajrakli the mosque, built during the Ottoman occupation. From the museums, do not miss to discover the Nikola Tesla Museum dedicated to this great Serbian inventor, and has an important collection of scientific objects. The youngest will love the vibrant nightlife of the capital, we nicknamed for this reason the 'Barcelona of the Balkans ".









     

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