3rd Belgrade International Tourism Conference
Tourism Education in the 21st Century: Policies, Practices, Internationalization
Conference InfoIntroduction Scopes and Themes Committees Guest Speakers Conference Venue Program
Participant's InfoImportant Dates & Guidelines Accommodation Travel to Belgrade Gala Dinner Belgrade City Tour Our Former Guest Speakers Conference Fees & Registration Registration Form BITCO 2014
Travel to Belgrade
Although historically famous, Belgrade is relatively unknown as a popular city-break destination, but the lack of tourist crowds simply adds to its authenticity and appeal.
Situated above the confluence of two wide rivers, boasting a large fortress and a number of monuments, Belgrade is one of the European capitals of significant historical and cultural interest. St Sava`s Temple, one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, a lovely river island Ada turned into a huge sports and picnic area and traditional restaurants in bohemian ambiance of Skadarlija are some of the places certainly worth visiting. A bustling and modern metropolis as it is, Belgrade still retains a curious mixture of architectural styles from by-gone eras which is a feature found quite attractive by most visitors.
Travelers to Belgrade always feel welcome as citizens are open and friendly and most of them speak at least one foreign language. The capital of nightlife in the entire region, Belgrade is certain to offer unforgettable evenings out in a variety of settings and styles all week long. Savoury food, fashionable women and overall cordiality of Belgraders are all a part of the City's charm you will find hard to resist. You must see to believe!
Promotional film about Belgrade
Useful linksThe following websites can be useful for travelers to Belgrade:
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Paper submission by
February 20th, 2016