Architectural Buildings • Religious Sites
- Traveler favoritesThings to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.
- Traveler rankingHighest rated attractions on Tripadvisor, based on traveler reviews.
Types of Attractions
Sights & Landmarks
Sights & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks • Architectural Buildings
What travelers are saying
- This Orthodox cathedral is not as rich of decorations as other churches in Belgrade, but worths the visit too. As often in this city, this worship place is surrounded by a garden, in which there also is a little monument remembering the kids who lost their lives in the 1999 bombings.Written September 9, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- You can easily recognize the belltower of this church dominating the skyline of Belgrade; this makes it one of the symbol of the Serbian capital city. But the interiors deserve a visit as well for the beauty of icons and frescoes. Not to miss the chandelier!Written September 9, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
This building is the administrative seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The building has been designed in the Serbo-Byzantine Style. The most interesting part of the building is the risalit, which has a square portico, a rounded tower behind and decorated with an elongated mosaic depicting John the Baptist, and behind this, the dome of the building. The risalit has been designed with each of the main sections recessed giving the impression of a series of stepped towers.Written June 19, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- St. Basil of Ostrog is located on Bezanijska kosa, in the municipality of Novi Beograd
This is the first church built in the New Belgrade after the Second World War. Construction started in 1996 and the church was consecrated in 2001. Relying on Christian tradition and the great achievements of the old Serbian builders, architect Mihajlo Mitrovic opted for a form of ancient Christian rotunda, accompanied by lower annexes and high bell tower on the west and trefoil altar apses in the east. Temple St. Basil of Ostrog represents a solid compositionally and artistically homogenous whole, achieved modern in design process. It was built enclosures admirers of the work of St. Basil of Ostrog.Written December 5, 2014
- The Vukova Zaduzbina is the name of a historical building in Belgrade designed by 19th-century Serbian architect, Aleksandar Bugarski. The most interesting feature of the building is the facade which is decorated in Art Nouveau style with Serbian influences. The paint scheme is a white base with the decorations in burgundy and cream. The arches above the upper floor windows have been made to look like lattice windows of Islamic architecture. There are also vertical and horizontal bands with Celtic knots and traditional Slavic geometric patterns.Written June 21, 2023
- A place of cultural significance for the inhabitants of this area.
The church dedicated to St. George was built in 1827 as a single-nave building with the semi-circular apse on the east side and the narthex with choir niche and three-storey belfry on the west side. The architectural design does not follow only one style. The church is a mixture of different stylistic components – neoclassicism with elements of baroque and romanticism, in line with the dominant European eclecticism. The interior of the church is divided into four compartments by means of arches and pilasters, and this division is visible in the partitioning of the facade. There was a major reconstruction of the church in 1938 – a new iconostasis and wall decorations were done by painter Andrej Bicenko. The original iconostasis of the old church, in fact, its most important part, the altar gates, altar icons, etc. were taken to the village of Kupinovo, after the reconstruction of the church. Several icons from that iconostasis are still kept in the church in Bežanija.Written August 27, 2018
- This gate is located at the south-western part of Belgrade Fortress, connecting the fortress with the River Sava to the west and Belgrade town to the south west. The current gate was built during one of the many Austrian periods of occupation and has a plain Baroque facade. A ditch sits in front of the gate and a cobbled stone bridge resting on masonry piers spans the ditch.Written June 15, 2023
- The Vidin Gate is located in the northeastern part of Belgrade Fortress. The current has a simple design with a gateway underneath a parapet. The parapet looks like nothing more than a wall, with two rows of vertical loopholes. Possibly there were rooms above the gateway and the loopholes correspond to two levels, although there’s no remains to show that.Written June 15, 2023
- The gate of Charles VI is located within Belgrade Fortress, part of the northeastern mediaeval ramparts. The gate was named in honour of Austrian Emperor Charles VI and to commemorate the Austrians victory over the Ottomans in 1717.
Sadly, the gate is in a state of disrepair. The gate was built in the baroque style. The facade of the gate is modelled on a triumphal arch and entrance to the fortress. Above the arch is a tympanum engraved with the monogram of Emperor Charles VI, although that is starting to wear away.Written June 18, 2023
Frequently Asked Questions about Belgrade
- These places are best for architectural buildings in Belgrade:
- Crkva Svetog Marka
- St. Michael's Cathedral
- Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox Church
- Vukova Zaduzbina
- Cultural monument Church of St. George in Bežanija
- These are the best places for budget-friendly architectural buildings in Belgrade:See more budget-friendly architectural buildings in Belgrade on Tripadvisor