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In Your Pocket City Guides

Belgrade In Your Pocket is a free guide in English language. A free copy of this guide can be found in Belgrade hotels, hostels, Belgrade Airport arrival terminal, train station, Belgrade Tourist organization Information centres, embassies, foreign cultural and trade centres, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, 3 business centres and Ušće shopping center, as well as in offices of guide’s sponsors. This copy is also available to all guests and members of various cultural and sport manifestations.

The guide can be downloaded from In Your Pocket web portal http://www.inyourpocket.com/serbia/belgrade , .

The first edition of Belgrade In Your Pocket guide was printed in 10.000 copies, covering the period April-June 2008, and distributed at the mentioned locations from April 15. Due to a large demand and constant growth of the distributive network, Belgrade In Your Pocket guide publish nowadays every two months with the circulation of 20.000 copies.

Novi Sad In Your Pocket guides are published twice a year, before the Exit festival and New Year Eve, with the circulation of 25.000 copies. The guide can be downloaded from In Your Pocket web portal http://www.inyourpocket.com/serbia/novi-sad.

In cooperation with The Tourist Organisation of Niš, Niš In Your Pocket guide is published twice a year with the circulation of 10.000 copies . The guide can be downloaded from In Your Pocket web portal: http://www.inyourpocket.com/serbia/Nis.

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Belgrade fortress

One of the most important monument of Belgrade history, one the main military bastion of Belgrade was built on a hill above the Sava and the Danube in I century A.D. (and from the I till XVII century several times destroyed, rebuilt and redesigned). The Belgrade fortress consists of the Upper and the Lower town and the Kalemegdan Park.


This oldest fortress was build as a military camp for the IV Flavius’s legion. Beside fortification, Sigidunum was formed, and later on, at the same place, the Slav city of Belgrade. The destiny of the fortress had always been closely connected to the destiny of the town. This means that all the destruction, fires, bombardments and conquers left their mark no only on the town but also on the fortress itself, so that today one can find Serbian ramparts between roman walls at the bottom and Turkish and Austrian fortifications on top.

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