Belgrade Fortress – Kalemegdan
Entrance to the Belgrade Fortress is free to everyone.
To enter the Roman Well, Nebojsa Tower, Big Powder Magazine, Sahat Clock Tower, Military Bunker and the Medieval Torture Devices aka Casamates you will need to purchase a ticket.
- Art and Culture
- City Centre, Kalemegdan
Website Beogradska Tvrdjava
Belgrade Fortress stands on top of a cliff overlooking the confluence of the Sava and the Danube. It served to guard the border between the Roman Empire and barbarian lands across the Danube and the border between the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires, to name a few, which explains why it was so often destroyed, rebuilt, and redesigned.
At the end of Knez Mihajlova pedestrian street, you will enter Kalemegdan Park, which is a connecting part of Belgrade Fortress. You first reach the Upper Town, whose attractions include the Military Museum, Clock Tower, Damad Ali-Pasha’s Turbeh, Roman Well, and the Victor Monument. In the Lower Town, which slopes down towards the river, look out for the Big Gunpowder Magazine, Ružica and Sveta Petka Churches, the Old Turkish Bath (Hamam), and Nebojša Tower.
Tickets for all Fortress locations can be purchased online at Ticket.rs or at the entrance to the site. More information about all sites can be found at the souvenir shop within the Outer Stambol Gate, which is also where you can purchase the audio guide. Please check what attractions are open before you purchase the tickets. The Audio guide is available in six languages (Serbian, English, French, Russian, Spanish, and German), where 39 points of interest are described.
The total duration of the audio tour is 90 minutes.
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