Professional tour guide in Republic of Serbia
I am an English speaking tour guide.I was born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia and I am passionate about sharing my hometown with visitors.I work primarily in Belgrade and Serbia ,but I also travel throughout Balkan penisula .I love to share the history and culture of my country.I have worked for many tour companies.I ...(read more)am a licensed tour guide and I enjoy working as a tour guide.I enjoy meeting new people but also it is excited for me to connect with Serbian archeology and connect with civilization,show the real life in Serbia ,and share others with my experience.I believe the tour guide isn't a recorder but an excellent tour Guide is like an actor - he sends a message through a way of creation.I can arrange tailor-made trips for groups or individuals based on your own interests and budget.I travel with my guests whenever possible.If another guide is necessary,I refer only to guides with similar credentials and excellent standards.
BELGRADE - SIGHT SEEING Pick-up in front of hotel.Panoramic viewing of the capital, crossing over the Branko’s Bridge, one of five bridges on the Sava river, across the old fairgrounds and New Belgrade to Belgrade Arena ... From New Belgrade we are crossing the bridge ”Gazelle” which is also located on the Sava River, and it is one of busiest Belgrade bridge We are moving in the direction of Dedinje, most elite residential part of Belgrade, where are the villas of the rich and wealthy citizens of Serbia.We are visiting House of Flowers, which is the burial place of Josip Broz Tito, the great statesman and President of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and the Museum ”25.May”. From Dedinje we move further in direction of Slavia, we pass our biggest football stadium Red Star. From Red Star stadion we are moving in the direction of Vračara, where is The Cathedral of Saint Sava. which is the largest Orthodox church in the Balkans, can accommodate over 10,000 worshipers. Visiting the temple for 45 minutes. From the Cathedral we go to the Slavija square, then to the street Knez Milos, where the remains of buildings destroyed in the NATO aggression are.We pass the House of Parliament, the Old Palace, the Square of Nikola Pasic and the House of Trade Unions. We arrive at the Republic Square, the center of Belgrade, where the National Theatre and National museum are. Trough Vasina street, passing Student square, Faculties of Philosophy, Philology, Geography and Natural Sciences and Mathematics , as well as buildings in Belgrade University Rectorate. We come to Kalemegdan park, the most beautiful oasis of peace in Belgrade.Walking through the park and visiting the medieval fortress. After Kalemegdan park we get back on the bus and transfer to hotel. Tour last around 3.30 hours Arrangement includes: · Transfers by high tourist class buses
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