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Pass By: Zemunski kej, Kej Oslobodjenja bb, Zemun, Belgrade 11080 Serbia
The tour starts at Avijaticarski Square, well known after the building of former Air Force Command, designed to look like an airplane. In 1999. building was slightly damaged during NATO bombing. On our way to Zemun Quay, we will pass by the building of the Main post office, built in 1896 and the only opera house in Belgrade, called “Madlenianum.”
Stop At: The Millenary Monument, Gardos Hill, Zemun, Belgrade Serbia
From restaurant “Stara Kapetanija” we start our walking tour through the heart of the old Zemun. We stroll along the bank of the Danube river, the second longest river in Europe, that runs through 10 countries. On our way to the highest point of Zemun, we’ll pass by the Orthodox church of Saint Nicholas built in 17th century, “White Bear” - the oldest building in Zemun and House of Karamatin - the most beautiful baroque building.
Afterwards, we reach Gardos hill and the most famous historical symbol of Zemun – the “Millennium Tower” built in 1896 as a sign of 1000th anniversary of the settlement of the Hungarians in the Pannonian Plain. The tower was built of stones and bricks and the height reaches 36 meters. The splendid view from the top of the tower will take your breath away and you will see Old Belgrade, New Belgrade and Zemun from completely different perspective.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Zemunska Pijaca, Masarikov Trg 17 Zemun, Belgrade 11080 Serbia
We continue our tour down from the Gardos hill to the main city center. We will pass by local flea market where you will have the great opportunity to speak with the locals and buy traditional, homemade products.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Magistrate in Zemun, Masarikov Trg 3, Zemun, Belgrade 11080 Serbia
Two most important squares for daily life in Zemun are next on our route.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Zemunski Park, Gradski Park, Zemun, Belgrade Serbia
In Gospodska street, main pedestrian and shopping zone, a quick break for refreshment will be made, and then we will proceed to the main city park called Zemun park where the Zemun’s High School – one of the oldest high schools in Serbia, is situated along with the two Baroque churches – Orthodox church of St. Gavrilo and Roman Catholic Church of St. Rocco.
Duration: 20 minutes