Welcome to your city guide to Smederevo. Find everything you need to plan your trip, from top Smederevo attractions to travel information.
If ever there was a city with a story to tell, it's Smederevo. Find out basic informations about Smederevo and transportation connections.
Smederevo has become a very popular holiday destination. Why should you visit Smederevo? Read some interesting reasons.
Smederevo area is well-known by high quality fruits, grapes and wines. One could say that the Smederevo vintners have been blessed by nature.
On June 5th 1941 in 14 hours and 14 minutes there was a powerful explosion of stored ammunition in the Fortress, unexplained to this day.
Plan your route around Smederevo in advance and explore the city with our interactive tourist map. Whether you're travelling around Smederevo by bus, bike or on foot, always consult a map or guide before you travel.
The tradition of grape growing and viniculture in the area of Smederevo is very long, and the first grape-vine tree was planted during the time of Roman Imperator Marcus Valerie Aurelius Probes in the 3rd century. Read more.
The town's close proximity to Serbian capital makes it highly suitable for a day trip but should you wish to stay in Smederevo, try the following options. For food, there are a handful of restaurants, cafes and bakeries situated around the main square.
Visitor and Tourist Info Centre is there to help you make the most of your visit to the city of Smederevo and it should be your first stop when arriving.
Smederevo offers visitors a lot, regardless of the weather and time of year. The city has incredible number of attractions and beautiful places.
It's a great way to see Smederevo from a different perspective. Escape the crowds and discover the city from the river Danube on a relaxing river cruise.
Get the full Smederevo experience and visit some of the city's unique and picturesque villages, each with its own unique character and charm.
“Smederevo is a city on the right bank of the Danube, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) downstream of the capital.”
“Smederevo is home to some of the Serbian best-loved attractions and many of the attractions are free to visit.”
“It's easy to explore the city of Smederevo on foot so if you like hiking you'll surely appreciate it.”