Car rental Belgrade
The Capital of Serbia
After 279 BC the Celts conquered the city, naming it Singidun. It was later conquered by the Romans during the reign of Augustus, and was awarded city rights in the mid 2nd century. The place was part of the Byzantine Empire. In 1992, Yugoslavia fell apart and Belgrade was the capital of Serbia and Montenegro.
After achieving the independence from Montenegro in 2006, Serbia remains independent. Tourism continues to grow in Belgrade and the city has been well connected by scheduled flights to other European capitals for a few years. To arrange car hire in Belgrade, the best to do is book in advance at holidaycars.com.
Visit Belgrade's beautifull theaters
Since the restoration of diplomatic relations, Belgrade has seen the return of foreign tourists. There are many theaters in Belgrade. To get there quickly a rental car in Belgrade is desirable. The most prominent theaters are the National Theatre, Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Zvezdara Theatre and Atelier 212. The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts is also located in Belgrade, like the National Library of Serbia.
National Museum of Belgrade
Car rental Belgrade enables you to reach places that are harder to find. The most prominent museum in Belgrade is the National Museum of Serbia, founded in 1844. This museum houses a collection of more than 400,000 pieces, including many foreign masterpieces.
Enjoy Belgrade's vibrant nightlife
Belgrade is recommended if you enjoy the night life. The most characteristic nightspots of Belgrade are the floating pubs and clubs that are scattered along the banks of the Sava and Danube. Other popular places are the underground and the street cafes in the district Dorcol Strahinjica bana. Arrange that one of your companions doesn't drink so you can easily go back to your hotel with your own rental car.
The Military Museum
Public transport is not always reliable here. If you want to see more than the nightlife, then car rental in Belgrade is important. The Military Museum is popular with foreign tourists and shows the remains of an F-117 taken down by Yugoslav forces during the bombing by NATO in 1999. In addition, the museum contains a collection of weapons captured from the Kosovo Liberation Army KLA.
Get a nice meal and drink by driving your rental car to Boranije
Want to rent a car in Belgrade and explore the surrounding area? Go to Bora Nije, known for its soup with green beans, potatoes and meat. By car rental in Belgrade you can easily head to a small remote village and watch the whole village helping with the harvest of black olives. You are always welcome to join and they will spontaneously offer slivovitz, the national drink with about 47% alcohol. It is quite normal to have a morning glass of slivovitz here.