The city has deep historical roots and is one of the oldest settlements in Europe, like İstanbul and Athens. Some relics found in the surrounding area date back to periods between 20,000 to 50,000 years ago, proving the ancient history of the city. It’s believed that Belgrade once inhabited by nomadic foragers from Palaeolithic and Mesolithic eras.
With its lively nightlife, tourist attractions and historic beauties, the city of Belgrade should be in your travel bucket-list. Whether you like nature or architecture, adventure or a relaxed vacation; Belgrade has something to offer.
All things considered, contemporary Belgrade is pretty picturesque. The mingling and merging of styles can be off-putting, particularly when a row of beautiful older frontages is interrupted by a postwar interloper, but the grand nineteenth-century buildings and delicate Art Nouveau facades still stand alongside the Yugoslav experimentation, eloquent witnesses of the city’s time under the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires.