Aeronautical Museum Belgrade

Hovering on the fringes of Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, the Aeronautical Museum stands as a soaring testament to human ingenuity and the evolution of aviation. Read more

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A symphony of steel and glass, it beckons enthusiasts and the curious alike to delve deep into the world of aircraft and their storied past. Founded in 1957, the Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade offers an immersive exploration into the realm of aviation, tracing its progression from primitive flying machines to the modern marvels that grace our skies today. With its unique architecture, resembling a landed UFO, the museum is impossible to miss. Inside, visitors are treated to an impressive collection of over 200 aircraft, engines, and aeronautical equipment. Exhibits include relics from both World Wars, Cold War-era aircraft, and even some rare specimens like the Hawker Hurricane, the only one of its kind in the region. Beyond aircraft, the museum also boasts an extensive archive, brimming with documents, books, photographs, and charts that chart the trajectory of aviation development. Interactive displays, detailed models, and information panels make the experience both educational and engaging.
The Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade is more than just a repository of aircraft; it's a captivating chronicle of human aspiration, innovation, and the unyielding spirit to soar high above the earth.

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Nikola Tesla Airport

As one of the busiest airports in the Balkans, it offers travelers and plane enthusiasts a close look at contemporary aviation operations.


A charming municipality located a short drive away, Surčin offers a blend of urban life and scenic beauty, characterized by orchards, green fields, and traditional Serbian architecture.

Bojčinska Forest

A serene escape from urban bustle, this forest reserve is perfect for picnics, nature walks, and bird-watching.

St. Nicholas Church, Surčin

An emblem of Serbian religious architecture, this church stands tall with its traditional Byzantine design and spiritual aura.

Ada Ciganlija

Often referred to as Belgrade's Sea, this river island on the Sava River is an idyllic spot for relaxation, water sports, and enjoying the beauty of nature.

Museum of Yugoslavia

Dive deep into the history of Yugoslavia and its founding leader, Josip Broz Tito, in this comprehensive museum.

House of Flowers

The resting place of Tito, this mausoleum is also a part of the Museum of Yugoslavia complex and offers insights into his life and leadership.

Košutnjak Park

An urban forest-park ideal for jogging, hiking, or simply taking a leisurely walk amidst the green.

Topčider Park

A beautiful park known for its large centuries-old oak tree, it's a popular picnic spot among locals.

Belgrade Fair

A major hub for trade fairs and exhibitions, providing insights into the region's business and industrial activities.

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Zrenjanin (62.5 km)

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