Belgrade Underground Tour

No ghost stories – Belgrade`s underground is scary enough!

This sightseeing tour in Belgrade offers you to discover Belgrade’s hidden secrets through underground military bunkers, gunpowder storages, caves and dungeons.

In case to really understand Serbian turbulent history you need to go underground to discover its facts. These underground places present older layers of Belgrade built over ramparts of the conquered city. Belgrade was conquered by various cultures, a scenario which occurred 44 times.

Included #coolstuff

  • Visit Belgrade underground tunnels and catacombs
  • Roman Well visit
  • Walking Kazamati Dungeon
  • Visit Austrian gunpowder warehouse
  • Get Inside Knowledge with our English-speaking Expert Guide
  • Comfortable car transportation

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Itinerary #All About the Tour

The Roman Well

The present facility, called the Roman Well, is neither Roman nor a (water) well. It is located along the southwest rampart of the “Gornji Grad”, in the vicinity of the Pobednik monument and the “King’s Gate”. An underground object existed during the medieval period and is referenced by Constantine of Kostenets during the rule of Despot Stefan Lazarević, in the first half of the 15th century. It apparently was a dungeon as it was mentioned during the 1456 Siege of Belgrade when 30 Hungarian conspirators died in it after their scheme to let the Turks into the fortress and surrender the city to them was thwarted. They were to be paid by the Turks but were discovered and dropped into the pit with ropes. They were left there without food and after they began losing their minds from hunger, they were thrown knives to kill each other. Turkish traveler EvliyaÇelebi in 1660 wrote about the object as the grain silo.

The Big gunpowder warehouse

Great Austrian gunpowder magazine, built during the Austrian occupation of Belgrade 1718-39, as they destroyed the old one during the 1717 Siege of Belgrade. They directly hit the magazine with the cannonball and the explosion which followed allowed the Austrians to capture the city. The magazine is today embellished with the artifacts from the Roman period which were discovered in or around the fortress: tombstone stelae, monuments, altars and the Sarcophagus of Jonah, which originates from the 3rd century AD. It was arranged and opened for visitors in 2014.

Dungeons or Kazamati and underground tunnels of Belgrade Fortress holds a secret that is up to you to reveal. With a big dose of mystery, they become unavoidable spot for any Belgrade guided tour.

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Special Notes

This tour is not based on legends, only on certified historical facts

This tour must be booked at least one day in advance.

Please wear comfortable closed-toe shoes

Discover hidden landmarks that reflect the life and history of the Belgrade

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