This cozy but steep street located in the Savamala district in downtown Belgrade is probably the best location to go shopping for all kind of […]
Why visit: Shopping, People, Architecture, Longest street in Belgrade Also known as: Bulevar, Bulevar Revolucije King Aleksandar boulevard, or just Bulevar, is the largest street […]
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 […]
Kralja Petra is one of the most important streets in Dorćol, featuring numerous arts and crafts shops, kafanas, and magnificent architecture.
Also known as: Trg Nikole Pašića Nikola Pašić square is one of Belgrade’s central squares surrounded by Dom Sindikata (Syndicates House), the National Parliament and […]
Why visit: People, Hanging out, Shopping, Republic square, Architecture Obilićev Venac is one of the favorite hang out places of the Belgrade youth. Dozens of […]
Why visit: Gather point, People, Knez Mihailova street, National theatre, Cafes, Fast food, Public transportation hub Also known as: Trg, Trg Republike, Pozorišni Trg, Kod […]
Belgrade’s hedonist quarter, Skadarlija was the gathering point for poets and artists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It connects the Republic square […]
Slavija is one of the largest and busiest squares in Belgrade, surrounding a rotunda with probably the most chaotic traffic in the city, blending trams, […]
Terazije is a central square in Belgrade and an extension of the Knez Mihailova Street. It is surrounded by architectural masterpieces from various epoques. The […]
Zeleni Venac is a large square, a major public transportation hub (towards New Belgrade and Zemun) and the most popular market in Belgrade. It is also the oldest green market still in function.