Why visit: Culture, Architecture, Shopping, People, Cafes
Also known as: Knez
Knez Mihailova is the main walking street in the center of Belgrade. It goes from Kalemegdan (central park and fortress) to the Republic Square (main central square), and continues to Terazije square, splitting the downtown in two. This street is one of the best places to feel the pulse of the city.
Knez Mihailova is home to many national and international culture institutions (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Centre Culturel Français, Instituto Cervantes and Goethe institute…), numerous cafes and restaurants, a few hotels and hostels, and lots of local and worldwide brand shops.
The architecture in the street is a mixture of many of the styles featured in Belgrade, starting with lower buildings near Kalemegdan, and rising slowly towards Terazije and the Albanija palace, the highest building in the street. The street and it’s surroundings are protected as important cultural heritage.
Photos of Knez Mihailova street
Knez Mihailova highlights
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Hotels in and near Knez Mihailova
Located in the vicinity of Knez Mihajlova shopping street and the Kalemegdan Fortress, Palace Hotel offers stylish, air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. On the 6th floor, […]
All rooms have wood furnishings and include a free WiFi, cable TV, a minibar and air conditioning system. Some have a balcony, providing panoramic views […]
Situated at the very core of the city, in Belgrade’s main pedestrian street, Art Hotel’s décor is inspired by Italian style. The property offers individually […]
It features a spa with a naturally lit pool and a Japanese bathtub. This hotel is relatively new, opened just a couple of years ago. […]