Yestarday I met beautiphul blody leady near the river. She give me opotunity to take the picutre (bellow). She has nice smile. On the picutre you can see a new "Belgrade water front" in construction fase...and othet Belgrade pictures.
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The Sava looks grand enough, though actually is only a smaller branch to the larger Danube. It provides an interesting separation from the new town to older parts. You cross a bridge to get to the older town from the airport, which allows you also...More
The most interesting, is to see Sava meet Danube. The two mighty rivers are of different color, with Sava being a bit clearer, so you can easily see how they blend into each other when they meet. The best view of the meeting point is...More
the river that crosses Belgrade and joins Danube right under the castle called Callemegdan- you can book daily cruises but they are quite expensive
You often hear of the mighty Danube, but the Sava too is impressive; especially where it meets the Danube at the foot of the Belgrade Fortress.
I am surprised most people don't know this is not the Danube but a tributary that runs through Belgrade. You need to go a few miles to see the Danube.
Belgrade at the confluence of two rivers is giving the opportunity to spend this hot days on his rivers. One of the way is to take a cruise ship and enjoy 3 hours on it. with good food music and friends you will never forget...More