Home to about 1.67 million people, Belgrade is the present capital of the Republic of Serbia. A leading hub for tourism within southeastern Europe, Belgrade displays one of the largest prehistoric cultures of Europe dating back to the 4th century. Maintaining a special administrative status within Serbia, Belgrade is strategically located at the confluence of Sava and the Danube rivers. Emerging as a vibrant and energetic city rediscovering its potential for tourism, Belgrade features a cultural diversity with large minority communities from China, Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Roman descent.
Well furnished by an extensive public transport network which by itself is a tourist delight, Belgrade City is spread over a 360 square kilometer area. Comfortably connected through bus and train services from several other European travel destinations like Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Zagreb, Sofia, Bucharest and Ljubljana; Belgrade City is a charming tourist metropolis, especially during the summer seasons.