Visiting Belgrade? Discover one of the most popular destinations in Eastern Europe and its rich history with this all-encomapassing FREE „Augmented Reality“ app. Use your smart-phones camera to look at and find intriguing historical structures, learn about their inhabitants and discover famous figures. Using the app does not incur any roaming charges.
„Belgrade Talking“ will take you to the most significant locations around town. Your phone will captivate you with the history, events and the earliest recorded photos tied to these landmarks. We combed through the hidden history of these places to bring you anecdotes and intriguing facts that together bring out the historical soul of the city. Monuments come alive as they themselves tell the stories of the people who built them, the figures they represent, and their significance to Belgrade's and Serbia's history.
EASY TO USE
When you're ready to hit the sights, simply open the app, aim your phone and turn on the „Augmented Reality“ setting to find the nearest landmarks. You'll be able to open up an array of short stories about historical and cultural establishments that have helped shape the city into one of the most beautiful metropolises in Eastern Europe. An audio guide will read the descriptions of each location, so you can keep your eyes on the beautiful arhitecture, and off your screen.
PLAN YOUR TOUR
Using the built-in map, you can plan your ideal tour through the past and the present of this lively metropolis. The app will even recommend the best route based on your current location! Choose your path dependent on your interests or mood – walk past some of the most famous buildings in the city, or visit the most important sacred sites, the choice is yours!
The new route „Belgrade underneath Belgrade“ has been especially designed for the ones who wish to discover the places long hidden from sight. The new route is an invitation to sneak through the doors to some of the greatest mysteries of the city – was there a tunnel which connected the Belgrade Fortress and Zemun? Why is there a well near the monument to Vuk Karadzic? What is hidden in the caves underneath the Tasmajdan Park?