Set in the heart of Belgrade, DC Hostel (formerly Downtown Central) offers a high level of service for affordable price. Most of Belgrade attractions are […]
The Question mark kafana is the oldest kafana (traditional restaurant) in Belgrade. It is a small charming house built in the traditional Balkan style at […]
All rooms and suites are air-conditioned and soundproofed and feature colourful decorations and art on the wall. They come furnished with a sofa or sofa […]
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 […]
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. […]
Tašmajdan is the second largest park in downtown Belgrade, and one of the most important in the city both historically and in terms of attractions […]
Kosančićev venac is a jewel hidden in the heart of the city, definitely worth visiting, though many Belgraders wouldn’t remember it if you ask them […]
Also known as: Bajlonijeva pijaca Why visit: Fresh organic food, Cheap, Architecture, Skadarlija street Skadarlija market is one of the largest and most important markets […]
Dorćol is a neighborhood in the very center of Belgrade, and one of it’s oldest parts, situated just beside Kalemegdan fortress, and on the Danube […]
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.
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 […]
Kalemegdan is Belgrade’s most popular attraction, a central park and ancient citadel lying on a hill overlooking the Sava and Danube confluence with gorgeous panoramic views and many landmarks and monuments.