Kladovo and its surroundings are rich in various historical monuments and natural resources. During your stay in Kladovo you can see and visit the following attractions:
In the second century AD, the Roman emperor Traian built a road from Belgrade through the Djerdap gorge, all the way to the place where he built a bridge on the Danube. Tabula Traiana was set up at that place to celebrate this event. The sign cannot be reached today, because the only road was flooded during the construction of the hydroelectric power plant, but it can be seen from the Danube.
Near Kladovo are the ruins of a bridge built by Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century AD.
Diana Nanes is one of the best preserved Roman fortifications in the region. It is located on the banks of the Danube, on a hill near the village of Sip. The Tourist Organization of Kladovo organizes individual and group tours of the site.
Fetislam is a Turkish fortress dating from the 15th century. Today, this site is a pleasant place for rest and recreation in nature, with an open amphitheater, sports fields and parking.
- Djerdap Archaeological Museum
The museum is located in the central zone of Kladovo and is very easily accessible. The rich and unique collection of the museum consists of objects collected at prehistoric, Roman and medieval sites in the area of Djerdap. The working hours of the museum are every day except Monday from 9 am to 5 pm. The price of an individual ticket is 300 dinars for adults and 150 dinars for students and pensioners.
- Hydroelectric power plant Djerdap I
The Djerdap I hydroelectric power plant is an exceptional attraction in the field of industrial heritage. The dates for organized visits are between 8 am and 2 pm and 3 and 3 pm and 5 pm. It is necessary to announce the visit by e-mail at least five days in advance. The price of a group visit is 300 dinars for adults and 200 dinars for children, and an individual visit costs 2000 dinars.