Vuk Karadžić Vuk was a reformer of the Serbian language, creator of the first modern Serbian dictionaries, collector of national folklore and poetry. Vuk’s legacy […]
Serbs drink a lot of coffee. All sorts of coffee. The most popular traditional coffee, also known as Turska (Turkish) comes unfiltered, in small cups. […]
Also known as: Konak Knjeginje Ljubice, Princess Ljubica palace Why visit: history, culture, exhibitions, coffee with the curator The residence of Princess Ljubica was built […]
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 […]
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.
Located in Gračanička street, it is one of the oldest standing citizen houses, built by the end of XVIII century, and renovated around 1830. It […]