The list of what to do in Belgrade starts with the Cathedral of Sveti Sava. It's one of the most iconic things to see in Belgrade, the Serbian capital. Currently, it holds the title of being the world's largest Orthodox church. The main attraction is its white marble facade made of granite.
For museum lovers, the National Museum of Serbia, one of the top attractions in Belgrade, contains one of the finest collections in the city and, most probably, the country. The Palace of Princess Ljubica meanwhile, home of the Museum of the City of Belgrade, remains virtually untouched since it was built, and is a paradigmatic example of the Balkan Baroque, as well as one of the many things to do in Belgrade. The Royal Palace stands out for its rooms, decor and gardens. It's located in the upper area of the city and is one of the most romantic places to visit in Belgrade.
Kalemegdan is a heavenly viewpoint. From the height where it stands, it seems to control the city. From its distinguished views you can see the flowing rivers that cross the metropolitan area. Today, an old fortress stands here with a well kept park.
Before our trip of the stuff to do in Belgrade comes to an end, Ada Ciganilija awaits us. This is one of the main points of leisure, where locals come to spend the day at the beach with friends and family. It's known as the Sea of Belgrade and has seven miles of swimming areas. There are also sports facilities and hiking trails to complete the experience. Finishing in Skadarlija, the bohemian neighborhood is one of the top Belgrade attractions where street performers will delight visitors with their Belgrade activities.