Zindan Gate Complex - built in the middle of the fifteenth century
Despot Gate & Castellan Tower
The Belgrade Fortress is an attraction for locals and tourists alike. Any day or night of the week is busy with people walking the grounds or visiting bars and restaurants that are on site. Most areas within the grounds are free to the public with some charging a very reasonable entry fee to enter. Visiting the Military Museum, Sahat Clock Tower or Roman Well cost around 2.00 euros.
Looking towards the Danube River at sunset
MILITARY MUSEUM: Museum exhibits at the Military Museum (Vojni Muzej)located inside the grounds of the Belgrade Fortress.
Small & Big Staircase from Pariska Street
Monument of the Victor
Free Outdoor Military Museum
Inner Stambol Gate & Sahat Clock Tower
Ruins of Metropolitan's Court
Ruzica (Rose) Church - the building was first used as a powder magazine
The Belgrade Fortress is an ideal place for photo opportunities or just to hang out and watch the sun set over the Danube River.
Official Website: Belgrade Fortress
Strategically located at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers, the plain where the Belgrade Fortress sits has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Today the fortress is open to the public and showcases some tourist attractions such as the Roman Well, Statue of the Victor and several ramparts and castle-like towers.