Cycling and Walking in Belgrade
The best way to explore any city is on foot. Riding a bicycle is an alternative to walking, but Belgrade city centre is not a great place for bicycles. However, there are other places in the city where cycling is highly popular.
Danube and Sava River Bank - The built-up quay begins in the old part of Zemun, going past the Hotel Jugoslavija, until it reaches the confluence of the Sava and Danube, and then passes under the bridges of Belgrade until you reach Blok 45 in Novi Beograd. For most of its length it passes by a large number of cafés, clubs and floating restaurants.
Danube Quay - From the Sava Passenger Dock past Nebojša's Tower to the Sports Centre on the banks of the Danube. The bicycle track which leads all the way to Ada Ciganlija starts here.
Kalemegdan Park - From Kalemegdan, Belgrade's largest park, you begin a walk through the history of Belgrade as inscribed on the walls of the Belgrade Fortress.
Ada Ciganlija - Around the Sava Lake there are 7 km of surfaced pedestrian paths with many cafés and restaurants. You can, of course, turn off into the less accessible wooded parts of Ada Ciganlija.
Ada Ciganlija in Belgrade
Ada Ciganlija is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches on artificial lakes in Europe. The lake water is warmer and cleaner than the river water and thus the lake is highly suitable for mass recreational activities.
Lido in Zemun - Belgrade
Lido is located on the northern tip of the Great War Island, on the Danube. It is actually a small, pointed sandy beach without permanent residents, which covers just small fragment of the island. It can get crowded on the beach during the summer, but otherwise it is very peaceful.
Košutnjak Hill in Belgrade
Košutnjak Hill is a forest and a park, as well as one of the outing areas Belgraders prefer. The evergreen and deciduous forest is crisscrossed by many forest trails.
Fitness in Belgrade - Belgrade Fitness Clubs
Fitness services are available in higher - category Belgrade hotels and independent fitness centres. Take a look at our list of the most popular fitness clubs in Belgrade.
The Belgrade Zoo
The Belgrade Zoo
The Belgrade Zoo, or the Good Hope Garden, stands on one of the most attractive city locations - the Kalemegdan park. Even though it covers a surface of only seven hectares, the Garden possesses an extremely large animal stock of good quality.