Belgrade has one of the most intriguing histories of any European capital having belonged to the Roman, Byzantine and the Ottoman empires, later going on to become the capital of Socialist Yugoslavia. The extraordinary history of this city makes it a mixture of cultural influences from both east and west that is reflected in everything from its food to its architecture.
The city offers visitors a wealth of sites such as the fortress which can be dated back to Roman times, or the impressive Temple of Saint Sava, listed as one of the largest churches in the world.
Belgrade breaks has become very popular, a new must-go location in Europe thanks to its reputation as an outgoing city that offers a unique and varied nightlife scene. The city has shrugged off past troubles to emerge as a cultural centre that will offer a different experience to even the most seasoned of European travellers.