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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 […]

Dorćol quay looking east

Dorćol Danube quay

Why visit: the Danube, Nature, Recreation, People, Architecture, Kalemegdan Best time to visit: late spring, summer Also known as: 25 Maj, Kej An ideal place […]

The Terazije tunnel

Downtown Belgrade

Belgrade’s city center is a rather undefined area that encompasses parts of the old town on the Southeastern peninsula – South of the Danube and […]

Medieval tombs in front of the Ethnographic museum

Ethnographic museum

Why visit: One of the few places where you can actually get in touch with genuine Serbian culture, forgotten traditions and the incredibly rich mythology […]

Traditional Serbian rakija - Belgrade food and culture tour

Food & Culture Tour

We take you for a pleasant walk from venue to venue to explore tastes, culture and history of Serbia and Belgrade. Our main goal is […]

Portal of Studenica monastery - Gallery of Frescoes

Gallery of Frescoes

Beside frescoes, the gallery features scale models of the most important Serbian medieval monasteries, replicas of their portals, ornaments and artifacts, and often holding expositions […]

Hipster tour by Still in Belgrade

Hipster Belgrade Walking Tour

Would you like to visit the hipster neighborhoods and districts in Belgrade? Hip, cool and hidden former industrial zones, street art, murals, independent art galleries, […]

Historical Museum of Serbia

Historical Museum of Serbia

Address:Trg Nikole Pašića 11; Residence of Prince Miloš in Topčider:  Rakovički put bb Working hours: Every day except Mondays: October 1 – April 1: 11-16; […]

Hotel Jugoslavija Belgrade

Hotel Jugoslavija ***

Located on the Zemun quay, the most popular waterfront in Belgrade, Hotel Jugoslavija offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, as well as LCD cable TV […]

Hotel Moskva Belgrade

Hotel Moskva ****

Most of Belgrade’s top attractions are located a ten minute walk from the hotel. Hotel Moskva was placed under governmental protection since 1968. Originally operating […]

Hotel Prag Belgrade

Hotel Prag ****

Due to its characteristic architecture, the hotel building is registered as a cultural monument. All rooms feature wooden furnishing, a flat-screen cable and satellite TV, a […]

Dom Jevrema Grujica Museum

House of Jevrem Grujić

Since 1967, the first Balkan disco was located in this house. Collections The house hosts a few important collections with more than 400 items collected […]

Botanical garden

Jevremovac Botanical Garden

Working hours:  09.00 – 19.00 (Open May 1. – November 1.) The botanical garden of Belgrade – Jevremovac, is an urban oasis near the city […]

Oldest kafana in Europe - Znak Pitanja

Kafana ? (Question Mark)

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 […]

The fortress

Kalemegdan park and Belgrade fortress

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.

KC Grad

KC Grad

KC Grad (The City cultural center) is an art gallery/night club located in a refurbished old warehouse built in 1884, located in the historical Savamala […]

Technical faculties building

King Aleksandar boulevard (Bulevar)

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 […]

Knez Mihailova near Progres gallery

Knez Mihailova 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 […]

Kneza Miloša street

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 […]

Kosančićev Venac from Brankov bridge

Kosančićev Venac

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 […]

Kralja Petra (King Peter’s)

Kralja Petra is one of the most important streets in Dorćol, featuring numerous arts and crafts shops, kafanas, and magnificent architecture.

Lido beach from the air - Zemun

Lido beach

Lido (italian: beach) is the most popular summer resort of the citizens of Zemun, and one of the most popular of Belgrade. It is a […]

Main entrance to Belgrade train station

Main (Glavna) train station

Also known as: (Glavna) Železnička stanica Why visit: Architecture Belgrade’s Main Train station is one of the city’s most impressive historical buildings, constructed between 1882 […]

Medieval boat Slavjana Belgrade tours

Medieval knight boat tours

This boat represents boats used for knight battles in the early medieval period more than 1.000 years ago. Being a present from Russia, it has […]

Mikser House party

Mikser House

Since it’s opening in 2012, it has become the hotspot of creative and cultural activities and the flagship of the revival of the historical Savamala […]

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