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Act now to get affordable rates for New York to Belgrade flights, NYC BEG! The Serbian capital is quite picturesque in its own right. You'll find interesting confluences of styles, with art nouveau pieces and grand Ottoman architecture cohabiting with post-war blocks. Museums, churches, monasteries and historical buildings dot the city and public transportation is extensive, with maps and schedules available online and on apps. Wend your way along the Knez Mihailova, a pretty pedestrian boulevard flanked by charming ice-creameries, cafes and waterholes. From there you can stop at the various museums and other cultural sites on your way to the ancient Kalemegdan Citadel, the icon of the city. At the Kalemegdan, you can witness beautiful sunsets and the meeting of the Sava and Danube rivers. There are also museums and an observatory within the fortress, which are well worth your attention. En route, you must also visit the Trg Republike, the central square, with the statue of Mihailo Obrenovic, the National Theater and the National Museum nearby. Serbia’s largest orthodox church, the Cathedral of St Sava, is astonishingly, still under construction. The construction of the facade and the 4000-ton dome has taken over 80 years now, and work on the intricate mosaics inside is still ongoing. In Krunska, you can also visit a museum dedicated to Nikola Tesla, who is much revered in Serbia. Belgrade, undoubtedly, remains a lively, essential visit. So book your flight today and start planning an amazing trip.