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Jacks1956 wrote a review Oct 2020
Herzliya, Israel1,103 contributions171 helpful votes
This long long European river crosses Belgrade too. We took a night sail under the bridges to see them lighten at night. Very nice although the weather was cold and partly raining.
Date of experience: October 2020
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The World is My Oyster wrote a review Aug 2020
Orlando, Florida18,553 contributions5,396 helpful votes
We sat and ate on the river on our first day there, but it wasn't until we climbed all the way on top of the fortress walls that we saw how truly beautiful it really was.
Date of experience: August 2020
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Tiberiu_Baranyi wrote a review Jul 2020
Timisoara, Romania4,598 contributions8,524 helpful votes
The Danube - flowing by / through Belgrade it is an important transportation route and a tourists attraction at the same time. The river can be experienced from the shore or from the deck of a boat - in terms of cruises the options are several ... so you just need to pick the one you like. Walking is also an option ... you can walk "down" from Kalemegdan and continue on the river shore .. if you feel like you can stop at a restaurant or bar to grab a bite or a beer. If you are interested in angling , well for sure that is also an option but prepare yourself and get the paperwork to do it legally. What I recommend when choosing a cruise be sure you pick a boat with an open deck - missed that aspect when I've picked the boat ... so the pics I took are not that spectacular ...…
Date of experience: October 2019
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Apr 2020
Manresa, Spain8,026 contributions727 helpful votes
Danube is one of the most important rivers in Europe and it flows through Belgrade, the main city in Serbia. It is very big and there are some bridges, which cross it. In fact, I am sure if you visit the city, you will cross one of them. For me, the beat views of the Danube are from the upper part in the old city: from Kalemegdan Fortress. From here you can the river and the place, where Sava River. join to Danube River. Really very nice views in the city. (See also Sava River, the Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park)…
Date of experience: November 2019
teejayy_xx wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia519 contributions62 helpful votes
You can view the Danube and Sava from the Kalemegdan fortress where the park is. There is a viewing station at the top of the park where you are able see these two rivers meet. You are able to capture some lovely photos from here and viewing the sunset is gorgeous.
Date of experience: December 2019