Avala Tower

Dominating the skyline and gracing the lush landscape of Avala Mountain near Belgrade, the Avala Tower is not just a broadcasting structure; it's a symbol of Serbian resilience, pride, and architectural prowess. Read more

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This iconic tower, with its panoramic views, has become a beacon of hope and a testament to the country's unyielding spirit. The Avala Tower, standing at a staggering 205 meters, is Serbia's tallest structure and one of the tallest towers in the Balkans. Originally built in 1965 and designed by Uglješa Bogunović and Slobodan Janjić, it was unfortunately destroyed during NATO bombing in 1999. However, the tower was reconstructed and reopened in 2010, embodying the spirit of renewal and determination that defines Serbia. It serves as a telecommunication tower and a popular tourist attraction.
The tower's architectural design is a marvel, with its unique tripod base and sleek upward design. But beyond its architectural allure, Avala Tower offers a viewing platform that gives visitors a breathtaking 360-degree view of Belgrade and its surroundings. On a clear day, one can see up to 100 kilometers away, spanning across three countries: Serbia, Croatia, and Romania.
A visit to Avala Tower is not just about the views; it's an immersive experience that resonates with Serbia's tumultuous past, hopeful present, and the aspirations for the future.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Avala Tower

Avala Mountain

A favorite among locals and tourists, this scenic spot is ideal for hiking, picnics, and capturing some incredible photographs.

Monument to the Unknown Hero

Located on Avala Mountain, this monument is a dedication to the unknown soldiers from World War I. Its grandeur and historical significance make it a must-visit.

Vinča Archaeological Site

A significant Neolithic site, it offers fascinating insights into the ancient cultures that once thrived in the region.

Oplenac Mausoleum

Located in the town of Topola, this royal mausoleum houses the remains of several members of the Karađorđević dynasty and is known for its stunning mosaics.

Belgrade Fortress

A historic fortress offering panoramic views of the confluence of the River Sava and Danube, combined with layers of history waiting to be explored.

Knez Mihailova Street

A bustling pedestrian zone in Belgrade, brimming with shops, cafes, and street performers.

Nikola Tesla Museum

Dedicated to the celebrated inventor, this museum showcases Tesla's personal items, instruments, and interactive displays on his groundbreaking inventions.

Church of Saint Sava

One of the largest Orthodox churches in the world, its imposing structure and serene interiors are a marvel to behold.


Belgrade's bohemian quarter, known for its lively atmosphere, traditional restaurants, and cobblestone streets.

Ada Ciganlija

A river island turned into a peninsula, it's an oasis for relaxation, swimming, and other recreational activities.

What else to visit
In and around Avala Tower

Belgrade (15.07 km)

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a dynamic metropolis with a rich history and vibrant culture. Here, the old world and modern trends come together to create a fascinating mix worth discovering.

Aeronautical Museum Belgrade (22.63 km)

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.

Smederevo Fortress (32.94 km)

Perched on the serene banks of the Danube River, the Smederevo Fortress stands as a grand reminder of Serbia's medieval glory and turbulent history.

Oplenac Church (51.71 km)

Nestled atop the lush hill of Oplenac in Topola, the St. George's Church stands as a radiant beacon of Serbian history and artistry. Its radiant mosaics and royal connections beckon travelers from far and wide.

Viminacium (56.77 km)

An ancient Roman city and military camp. As one of the most significant archaeological sites in Serbia, Viminacium unveils the secrets of a civilization that once stood tall, right at the doorstep of the Roman Empire.

Sremski Karlovci (72.71 km)

Poised gracefully on the banks of the Danube, beckons travelers with its Baroque charm, historic importance, and the sweet allure of its renowned wines. Here, history and tradition blend seamlessly, offering a feast for both the senses and the soul.

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