This compact new guide to Belgrade is a natural addition to the growing list of Bradt city guide destinations, selected for the savvy traveler wishing to explore the new face of Europe. Belgrade contains all the information expected for the short-stay visitor, business person, and traveler on a tour, from walking tours of the city with tips on the best shopping and cafe pit-stops to essential words and phrases to help visitors enjoy the local specialties and enjoy all that the city offers. Short trips beyond the city to Smederevo fortress and Mount Avala are included to introduce the visitor to the Serbian countryside.
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Religion 32 Business 33 Culture and festivals 33 Geography
The city a practical overview 40 When to visit and why 40 Suggested
information 77 Local tour operators 78 River pleasure cruises
Eating and drinking
la Museums and sightseeing
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