Ušće (meaning confluence, river mouth) is a wide range of places in the vicinity of the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers: a shopping center and tower, a park, the confluence itself and the whole area surrounding it.

The Ušće park is Belgrade’s second central park, larger than Kalemegdan and looking towards it. It is located on the New Belgrade side of the Sava river, adjacent to Brankov bridge.

During the last few years, it has become Belgrade’s most prominent event location, hosting Madonna, Metallica and Billy Idol concerts among others.

The most popular part of the park is the path along the Sava river looking towards old Belgrade Kosančićev Venac neighborhood. There is a obelisk-like monument called the “Eternal fire”.

The park also hosts the recently reconstructed Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU), and it’s surroundings are decorated with sculptures of contemporary artists.

Getting here

You can get to Ušće park walking from downtown Belgrade, the Zeleni Venac square, central parts of New Belgrade and even Zemun. It is connected by cycling paths with the Dorćol Danube quay, Ada Ciganlija island, Zemun quay and the entire New Belgrade district. Several bus and tram lines stop nearby: trams 7, 9, 11, 13 and buses 15, 16, 17, 65, 84, 95, etc.

Photos of Ušće park


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