Planning your next adventure in Belgrade? If you’re on the lookout for something a little different, you’re in luck. Bellegrade offers alternative boat tours, where you’ll experience the city’s unique river life from a local’s perspective. From sunset cruises to hidden gem islands and floating bars, we cover it all.
Belgrade is the only capital built at the confluence of two big rivers, the Danube and the Sava. This, of course, makes the city a top cruise destination. Our boat tours are a great alternative to the big tourist tours. They are intimate and probably best suited for a young at heart crowd. Let us take you on a journey with a boat, which was carefully passed down from generation to generation.
The Boat Tours
Bellegrade’s boat tour concept is to show visitors the local side of Belgrade’s river/summer life with a very laid-back atmosphere. You will hang out with a young captain, who grew up afloat and with me as your guide. I won’t bother you with monotonous facts but make you feel like you are on a friend’s boat and tell you some fun facts about our city. The boat ride will be punctuated by exploring Belgrade’s hidden gems. In other words, this ain’t your average cruise experience; prepare to be delighted.
Our journey begins at Dorćol Marina, a private harbor, then hits the Danube, where you’ll likely catch sight of Belgradian fishermen. But the real jewel of this relaxed boat trip is the surrounding scenery. Once on board, expect knockout views of Belgrade’s illustrious monuments and treasured landmarks. After some cruising, we stop for a swim & drink at a secret floating bar. Our last stop is Zemun’s Great War Island, which is located at the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers.
minimum: 4 people maximum: 7 * 30 EUR per person (welcome shot, one drink – wine or beer and finger food included)
duration: 3 hours (two stops: secret floating bar, beach bar at the island)
things to see:
Nebojša Tower, Secret Floating Bar, Kalemegdan Fortress, Branko’s Bridge, The Great War Island, Medjica Island, Beach Bar, New Bridge, river clubs