Kneza Miloša street is one of the most important streets in Belgrade, a major transport link connecting the North, center and South parts of the city. It is also home to major administrative buildings such as the National Parliament, Government of Serbia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defense, as well as several embassies.
Another popular landmark in Kneza Miloša street are the remains of Generalštab (Military Headquarters), a moderne palace that acted as a gate until it was heavily damaged in the NATO bombings in 1999.
The street was named after Prince (Knez) Miloš Obrenović, the founder of modern Serbia, a magnate of the age and skillful diplomat that managed to obtain the highest autonomy from the Ottoman Empire and to found a dynasty that will lead Serbia throughout the 19th century.
Seen from the crossroads with Kralja Milana (upper part of the street) it is a carnival of lights at night, even more so in winter with the season’s decoration lights.
Getting to Kneza Miloša street
Tram: Slavija: 2, 9, 12; Glavna Žel. Stanica: 2, 3, 7, 9, 12
Bus: Admirala Geprata or Višegradska: 23, 37, 44, 58, 74
Trolley: Admirala Geprata or Višegradska 40, 41