19th century Belgrade
If you want to know how Belgrade had been transforming from Eastern – oriental city to European way of looking, city – join us in a 19th century stroll.
The stroll will start in front of the Belgrade Public Library, located in the building constructed around 1867 for the most modern hotel of its day „Serbian Crown“. Than we shall continue toward The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel. During the second half of the 19 century, this church was the seat of religious life in Belgrade. Just across the church are two beautiful examples of 19th century architecture in Belgrade: The Residence of Princess Ljubica, 19th century Royal Palace which is the best representative example of civil architecture from that time and „? “ Restaurant, the oldest preserved restaurant in Belgrade. Than we will continue by the beautiful building of the National Bank of Serbia built in the Italian Renaissance style. We will finish our 19th century Belgrade tour on the Students Square in front of Captain Miša’s Edifice (the seat of the Rector of Belgrade University), which was the biggest building of that time in Belgrade.
What will you see?
- The Belgrade Public Library (ex hotel “Srpska kruna”)
- Saborna crkva (The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel)
- The Residence of Princess Ljubica
- “?” Restaurant
- National Bank of Serbia
- Captain Miša Edifice (seat of the University of Belgrade)
The Belgrade Public Library, Knez Mihailova 56
Phone: +381 63 77 41 181
- Do I need to book this tour?
Yes, please book no later than 1pm the day before.
- Is this tour available whole year round?
Yes, this tour is available regardless of the time of the year.
- Is this a walking tour?
Yes, this is a walking tour
- How long does the tour last?
The tour lasts approx 2 hours