Why Belgrade Is the Least Attractive in the Balkans?

Why Belgrade Is the Least Attractive in the Balkans?, Belgrade, Serbia (B)

As you know from my earlier posts, the Balkans is my favorite region in Europe and maybe in the entire world. It's cultural diversity, interesting, unique architecture, cozy towns, spectacular mountains, unspoiled paradise beaches and superb food speak for themselves. And with all that to offer - very few typical foreign tourists come here. Thanks to this, the area is kept authentic - in contrast to some other "plastic" destinations filled with tonnes of cheap souvenirs made in China to attract the masses. However, the capital cities of the Balkans seem to be not that appealing. This is probably because of the turbulent history and damage the region suffered in recent times. Nevertheless, some cities, like Tirana, Pristina, Skopje or Ljubljana - although definitely less attractive than the rest of the countries they are in - are at least interesting, different, with a nice vibe. Belgrade, in turn, seemed cold, concrete and soulless to me. But that doesn't mean that there's nothing to see there. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
How it works: The full article is featured in the app "GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities" on Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Download the app to your mobile device to read the article offline and create a self-guided walking tour to visit the sights featured in this article. The app's navigation functions guide you from one sight to the next. The app works offline, so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

Download The GPSmyCity App

Sights Featured in This Article

Guide Name: Why Belgrade Is the Least Attractive in the Balkans?
Guide Location: Serbia » Belgrade
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tomasz Lisowski
Read it on Author's Website: https://adventurous-travels.squarespace.com/posts/why-belgrade-serbia-is-the-least-attractive-capital-in-the-balkans
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Kalemegdan Fortress
  • Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage
  • Cathedral Church
  • Princess Ljubica's Residence
  • Kneza Mihaila Street
  • National Museum
  • Hotel Moscow
  • Saint Sava Church
  • St. Mark's Church
  • Nikola Pasic Square
  • Serbian Parliament Building