There is much to see in Europe, even outside the usual favorite destinations like Paris, London, Madrid, and Rome. In particular, those who'd like to venture eastern Europe have a number of such destinations to choose from. 

One example of which is the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the whole of Europe, Belgrade is home to some of the continent's must-visit tourist attractions. 

Here are some of them. 

Avala Tower 

Avala Tower, Mount Avala, Belgrade, Serbia

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First on the list is a telecommunications tower known as the Avala Tower. Located on Mount Avala, the original tower was destroyed during the NATO bombing of Yugoslovia in 1999. 

The tower has been rebuilt and facilities have been added to accommodate the travelers who wish to visit. Among these facilities are a restaurant and a souvenir shop.

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Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park 

Belgrade Fortress, Stari Grad, Belgrade, Serbia

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Fortresses and castles are aplenty in Europe, and one of the fortresses that are a must-visit in Serbia is the Belgrade Fortress. Located in Stari Grad, the Belgrade Fortress is an officially declared cultural monument in the country. An important historical landmark as well, it is the most visited tourist attraction in the capital. 

Found within its grounds in the Kalemegdan Park. The park as a whole is split into two parts, the Great Park and the Little Park. Its presence often leads to people wrongly believing that the fortress is called Kalemegdan Fortress. 

Church of Saint Sava

Church of Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia

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Many travelers who visit Europe do so with the purpose of church hopping. For those who are into visiting churches, Belgrade's Church of Saint Sava is one that you shouldn't miss. 

The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, who is the founder of the Serbian Orthodox church. In fact, the location where the church is built is believed to be where Saint Sava is buried. 

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