Belgrade Airport Car Rental Car Hire Price Comparison
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Belgrade Airport Car Rental & Travel Information
One of the best cities for tourists in southeast Europe is Belgrade. The city offers a wide selection of cafes, exquisite restaurants, museums and galleries. Belgrade is becoming more and more famous for its lively nightlife. Whatever the time of the day or even night, there is always a buzz and liveliness on the city streets. Not only this, the city is safe and social for young and old alike. Almost all of the tourists who visit Belgrade speak highly of the warmth and friendliness of the locals and car rental services are readily available for those who want to explore.
Football is the most played and enjoyed sport in Belgrade. There are two camps of supporters, the Red Star Belgrade and the Partisan Belgrade. At the Red Star Stadium, there is a museum that has a number of items related to football. There are also autographs of the very famous Busby babes, from the Manchester United Team. Those who are lucky enough to visit during the football season may be able to get tickets for a game.
The House of Flowers, or Tito’s Tomb as it is known, is close to the 25th of May Museum. This is the tomb of Josip Broz Tito, who was the president of Yugoslavia. There is not much information about his life here, but some of his things such as his office furniture are showcased in a large museum. The knowledgeable staff happily shares a lot of stories and anecdotes with the visitors and it is a very popular attraction.
Kalemegdan Park is a fantastic park, which is built inside the Belgrade fortress. The garden is on a beautiful hilltop overlooking the Danube River. The Belgrade fortress is as old as the first century AD and there are also restaurants and bars here. Popular attractions include a zoo, a museum and catacombs. The park is often full with couples as the sun begins to set and it is a great place for a day out with the family.
The Nikola Tesla Museum is another popular attraction in Belgrade. This museum is dedicated to the work of the famous eccentric scientist, Nikola Tesla, who invented the AC current among some other electronic devices. Kids love this museum where they can learn more about science and it is easily reached with car hire.
The Royal Compound is the official residence for the Royal Family of Serbia. It is only open by appointment between 1st April and 30 October. Here the tourists can visit both the Royal Palace and the White Palace. Close to the Royal Compound is Dedinje Hill, which is a beautiful site in Belgrade.
Belgrade car rental is a must for those who want to see as much as possible during their stay and it can be arranged so that a car is ready and waiting when you arrive in the city.