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consists of the old citadel (Upper and Lower Town) and Kalemegdan Park (Large and Little Kalemegdan) on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube, in an urban area of modern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in Belgrade's municipality of Stari Grad....More
It is enough to be at the beautiful junction of two European rivers (Danube and Sava), not to mention the visible marks of more than 2 millennium old history: Celtic, Roman, Byzantine, Turkish, Austrian and of course Serbian. At. Paraskevi and Ruzica churches, War museum,...More
It is so easy to see why this is has been the perfect location for a fortress, over looking both rivers with great views. Also and interesting dinosaur "zoo", and collection of war machines. A great place for families of any age.
Take a nice stroll trough history.Kalemegdan is very nicely preserved and unlike similar places in Europe free off charge to visit.3 museums and Zoo park ,stunning views,beautiful parks.Enough to be everyones favorite .
Our (mostly) wonderful trip to Germany and Austria (3 Replies)
We are recently back from a wonderful ten day trip to Austria and Germany. We were a party of four including my husband and I, my best friend of 45 years, and my mom, a senior with some walking issues. I planned the trip taking all of their various wishes and needs into account and have been to the area several times previously, the first as an exchange student in the 70s attending the Univ of Salzburg, which is when I fell in love with the area. It was really interesting to contrast this...More
December 18, 2008|
In our travels around the world we've only had trouble with taxi drivers in two places, Vienna and Munich. The one in Munich at the Hauptbahnhof didn't want to take my then wife and daughter to the Pinothek Museum, saying they should walk there. After a long argument, he finally drove them there and sat there and watched as they found the doors locked (it must have been a Monday), when all that he had to do was to simply tell them it was closed if he didn't want to take them! (I understand...More
Belgrade Fortress (5 Replies)
Is Kalocsa Fortress another name for Belgrade Fortress? How close are they (it) to where Viking riverboats dock?
May 18, 2017|
No, it's not -- Kalocsa is in Hungary, over 100 miles north of Belgrade. Belgrade fortress is called Kalemegdan.
Has anyone experienced or recommend or not recommend an excursion to have dinner and listen to Mozart performance at the Fortress Hohensalzburg? They also have one with river boat cruise before the Fortress. It sounds like it could be an interesting experience but not sure. We would like to attend a performance dedicated to playing Mozart as it is the Anniversary this year Thanks for your feedback
May 17, 2014|
Response fromCharlie T|
This really should be addressed to the Austria forum. That said, you will be hard pressed to find even an elevator that doesn't play non-stop Mozart in Salzburg. Just try buying a candy that doesn't have his face plastered on it. He is the biggest industry in a one industry town.