Experience Belgrade away from the crowds, from the beautiful district of Zemun to the fortress of Kalemegdan. Float beneath the six impressive bridges and admire their unique architecture. This cruise shows you exactly what makes the Serbian capital an extraordinary place. Observe the modern and old city from the best viewpoint. Learn about Belgrade's culture and rich history. The most exciting way to explore Belgrade with your friends or family.
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Pass By: Great War Island, Confluence of Sava and Danube Rivers, Zemun, Belgrade Serbia
At the Great War Island, more than a hundred species of birds are nesting, including some very rare species. During the winter there are hundreds of cormorants are one of the most endangered bird species in Europe. In the springtime, the island is often flooded and then becomes a haven for fish spawning in shallow water and the fresh springing grass.The island gained its militant name because throughout the history Great War Island was an important strategic point either for the conquest or the defense of Belgrade. For example, in 1521 when Belgrade was under siege by Turkish forces, the majority of their attacks on Belgrade fortress were launched from the island
Pass By: Kalemegdan Park and Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan, Belgrade Serbia
Belgrade is the only European capital, through which the two major rivers are flowing, the Danube and the Sava River. We will pass the confluence of these two rivers, under the Belgrade fortress and Kalemegdan Park. Kalemegdan Park is the largest park and the most important historical monument in Belgrade. It is located on a 125-metre-high (410 ft) cliff, at the junction of the River Sava and the Danube. Its name is formed from the two Turkish words: "Kale" (meaning "fortress") and archaic word of Turkish origin "megdan" (meaning "battlefield"). The first works on arranging the town field Kalemegdan started in 1869 after the Turks completely withdrew from Belgrade and Serbia in 1867. Though not the oldest park in Belgrade, it is the one which is being continually groomed and attended the longest. The area of the town field was sort of a buffer zone between the fortress and the settlement outside of the Laudon trench, which separated the Turkish and the Serbian sections of Belgrade. Kalemegdan Park covered an area of 53 ha (130 acres) and had 3,424 individual trees from 80 different tree species.
Zemun - War Island - Delta of Danube and Sava - Kalemegdan fortress - Bridges of Belgrade