Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia, with over 1 million residents, which actually corresponds to more than 20% of the total national population. Located at the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers, this city has an annual average temperature of 12.5°C (from 1.4°C in January to 23°C in July), with uniformly spread rainfall (late spring is the wettest time).
As one of the oldest cities in Europe, Belgrade has many historical treasures, the most significant being the Belgrade Fortress (Beogradska tvrđava), which reflects this city’s strategic relevance to the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Serbian and Austrian empires. This Cultural Monument of Exceptional Importance includes the old citadel and the Kalemegdan Park within the modern urban area. Other tourist points include the Church of Saint Sava, Nikola Tesla Museum, the Military and the Aviation Museums, as well as the Ružica Church. Our list of live streaming cameras takes you in a journey through the city.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, located about 20 km from the city centre (about 45 minutes by bus or 30 minutes by car), is the international airport that serves the city and is also the country’s busiest airport.