Belgrade Jewish Sites Tour


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The peaceful existence of the Serbian Jewish community was brutally interrupted in 1941, when the then Kingdom of Yugoslavia was occupied by the Nazis. Serbia has the sad fame of having been proclaimed by the Germans as the first "Judenrein" territory – almost all the Jewish population of the country perished during WWII. Many of their synagogues were destroyed, neglected or transformed into lay buildings…Just a few places in Belgrade, Nis and Vojvodina region remain, under the care of the small Jewish community still existing in Serbia.

Our tour will allow you to visit Belgrade Synagogue, the Jewish Museum, the Jewish cemetery, Belgrade fortress and the Dorcol neighborhood (the former Jewish quarter) as well as take a panoramic drive that will highlight the best of Belgrade.

We offer private tours with private English speaking guide by private car, which include hotel pick up and drop off at chosen time.

Tour lasts approx. 4,5 hours

  • 130 EUR (1-2 persons)
  • 50 EUR per person (3-5 persons)
  • contact us (6 persons or more)

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