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1. The barges.
You might not know this but Belgrade is very often called a party capital of Europe. And this is very true. Perhaps the most famous tourist attraction are barge clubs. Located on the banks of Sava and Danube rivers, they are open only during the summer, and very expensive way of going out and having fun I must add. But the price is justified by the experience. You don't like water? That's ok because, beside barges, Belgrade is a home to numerous clubs, dispersed all around the city. If you are visiting, pick an area that you are staying at. Threre are high chances that there is a top-class club located nearby.
2. Belgrade Fortress.
Kelemegdan is the fortress located in city's center and consists of the old citadel (Upper and Lower Town) and Kalemegdan Park. It is located on the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, in an urban area of modern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It was built by Justinian the Great, a Byzantine (East Roman) emperor in the sixth century of this era. Today, beside being a historical tourist attraction, Kalemegdan is also a famous concert venue with some of the most famous Belgrade festivals taking place there.
3. Nikola Tesla Museum.
Nikola Tesla one of the greatest inventors humankind has ever seen. What you might not know is the fact that he was also a Serb. In the museum, you will not only get to learn about Tesla's life and work, but you will also get to play with it (electricity, to be more precise).
Belgrade Beer Fest is an annual festival of beer in Belgrade, Serbia. The festival started in 2003 and has been growing ever since, hosting not only local acts, but international ones as well. In 2010 the festival attracted about 900,000 visitors.
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