Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, was heavily damaged during World War II, and the years under the Communist regime saw little in the way of restoration of former glory. However, what Belgrade lacks in picturesque appeal, it more than makes up for in energy. Belgrade has become one of the hot spots in Europe for those in search of night life. This city at the confluence of the Danube and Sava Rivers is a place that never sleeps. Come for a vacation or a weekend, Belgrade will keep you entertained. For those who want to taste the culture and see the connection with history, there are many museums, galleries and sites.
You can also visit Kalemegdan Citadel, formerly a fortress but now parkland enclosed by the ruins of the old defensive works. Among the many other sites are the 18th century Stambol Gate, the Military Museum and the 19th century Palace of Princess Ljubica. For a unique dining, dancing and drinking experience, go to the Sava River Barges.
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