Fellow ‘Travellah’, Shah Shamshiri managed to squeeze in some time recently to explore Belgrade, the beautiful capital of Serbia.

According to Wikipedia, Belgrade is the largest city in Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers and the crossroads of the Pannonian Plain and the Balkan Peninsula. Nearly 2.5 million people live within the administrative limits of the City of Belgrade. It is also the third largest of all cities on the Danube river.

Here we share some picturesque glimpses of this dazzling city!

The Danube River from the Belgrade Fortress Park
The old-school tram of Belgrade
The bronze statue of Prince Michael (Mihailo) on a horse, by the Italian sculptor Enrico Pazzi was erected in 1882.
Cafes in the city
Knez Mihailova in the center of Belgrade is the city’s main street and a delightful place for a shopping expedition.
Savour delicious traditional Serbian dishes at the Mali Kalemegdan restaurant located near the Belgrade fortress
Autumn leaves for a different photo background
Locals and tourists flocking the main street of Knez Mihailova
The park at the fortress
From the park near the fortress, this angle is perfect for a photo opt.
More scenic views of the park near the fortress
Colours of autumn
A garden in the city
A lovely city alley in Belgrade
Belgrade city

These are just short glimpses of Belgrade. To explore further, visit Belgrade today! For more info, check out their website.

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