Belgrade, Serbia's capital, is located at the junction of the Sava and Danube rivers, 86 mi/139 km north of Kragujevac. Belgrade (Beograd) is also a bustling metropolis, home to many businesses and industries.

Interesting sites to see in Belgrade include Belgrade Fortress, Ruzica Church, Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade Observatory, Jevremovac Botanical Gardens and the Belgrade Zoo. Belgrade is also involved in preserving 37 natural treasures, one of which is Banjica's Forest (also known as Byford's Forest)—the nesting spot of more than 70 species of birds.

In Belgrade, you can partake of many international or regional shopping and dining experiences, and the city also offers sports enthusiasts opportunities to hunt, fish and enjoy other activities such as swimming and horse racing. While in Belgrade, don't forget to see Tito's grave, located at his former residence on Bulevar Mira.

Also recommended are day trips to visit the five-domed Church of St. George in the village of Topola and the medieval Orthodox monasteries of Manasija, Ravanica and Studenica.

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