BIRN Publishes Belgrade Travel Guide

Posted on

BIRN has completed the first edition of its new book, Belgrade Insight City Guide, which will go on sale on August 1.

Belgrade Insight City Guide offers all the information that a visitor to the city could need, in a pocket format that’s easy to carry around. The book comes with a free pull-out map of Belgrade and a free VIP SIM card.

The book contains a range of fascinating stories about Belgrade’s history, legends and most famous inhabitants. Along with suggestions for Belgrade must-sees, including a list of top tourist attractions no visitor should miss, the guide also highlights hidden attractions not featured in any other guide.

In Belgrade Insight City Guide, visitors will find listings on museums, monuments, parks, churches, synagogues and mosques along with info on entrance fees, opening hours, useful facts and guided tours.

The guide provides practical information that will ease visitors’ stay in the city. There is information on accommodation, restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs, shopping venues, theatres, cinemas and sports facilities, all accompanied by detailed directories.

There is also information on visas and customs procedures, health and security, money and banking and Belgrade transport options, accompanied by a full map of the city’s public transport system, information for disabled travellers and customs and rules that visitors should be aware of while in Belgrade.

The book will be available from August 1 at the Tourist Organisation of Belgrade premises at Knez Mihailova Street 5, the Central Train Station, Nikola Tesla Airport and Belgrade Port on Karadjordjeva Street.