This tour takes you on a trail of many unusual discoveries – hidden places, secret societies, concealed freemasons symbols… We will reveal the most intriguing stories about dark, bloody and obscure side of Belgrade and its underground.
We’ll take you even deeper: into the underground bunkers from the Cold War era,
an Austrian well, old gunpowder storage with some real Roman sarcophagi and sacrificial altars and, finally, you will be provided with free wine in the most unusual wine cellar. Prepare yourself to be amazed!
Tue, Thu, Sun at 2.30pm (Reservations are required!)
Meeting point: Republic Square (in front of the monument).
This tour requires a minimum of 5 participants to operate.
Reservation required minimum 3 hours in advance!
Jelena was an absolutely fantastic tour guide. She really made you listen to what was being said about the mysterious history of Belgrade!
Going to the military bunkers was highly interesting, as I have never been in one before. Jelena also showed us the Roman Well, which is a sight to see! She also took us see some Roman artefacts and told us interesting stories regarding the artefacts.
Her knowledge on the Freemasonry influence in the city, was very enthralling! I do like learning about the Masonic lodges and finding out that the buildings around Belgrade, had these symbols made the city extra spectacular to me.
Finally, Jelena took us to a family winery. The wine was very nice, and of good quality. It was hear that she told us more about the city life in Belgrade. The stories were interesting to hear. She certainly is a very knowledgeable person!
The mysterious underground tour was fascinating. Our guide, Dan, holds incredible knowledge about the sites we visited, including spicy stories, which really feels like travel in time. At the end of the tour there is a nice suprise.