We will meet in the coolest corner of the city, Savamala, where we'll see loads of street-art while walking through small streets towards the city center. On the way I'll show you the oldest candy-maker in town and we will taste some hand-made Turkish Delight. We continue to the heart of town, visit my favorite cake & sweets shop (next to the coolest t-shirt shop of Belgrade) and after that you'll meet Nenad in his old perfume-laboratory / shop , whose family is making perfumes for generations. He'll discover your perfect scent too! We'll drop by some nice retro-clothing shop before getting some Turkish coffee and maybe some of the local schnapps: rakia. I'll show you where to buy it on the green market, where we will also taste some Serbian cheeses and meat if you want. The market is close to the coolest nightlife area which is a bit hidden, so I'll show you how to get there and which bars ore hot or not. After that we will visit the Belgrade Design District, which is even more hidden...That's where you can meet designers and creative girls and boys who opened their own shops in this abandoned shopping center. I'll leave you with the best tips for diner, party and shopping!
I am a Serbian girl who has lived in Belgrade since 1998 and who loves this city. One of the most special things about it is the mix between old & new. I love the small shops where you can still find people making things by hand, while around the corner you can chill out with a drink in the hippest coffee-bar. I am renting out an apartment in Belgrade and love showing the city to my guests and to the many other foreign visitors that I took on tours to the hidden places of Belgrade! With my friends we now want you to discover the real Belgrade by taking you on our Meet Belgrade tour!
We'll taste cheese and meat on the green market, as well as homemade candy and cake
Turkish coffee and homemade rakia are must-drinks for anybody visiting Belgrade!!!
I will surprise each guest with a little handmade present!
We will visit some small shops where people are sometimes working for generations making perfume or hats and places where they still make candies and other food by hand. These places are disappearing faster and faster, so I love to show them to guests and by doing so helping those places to survive. At the same time there are young people opening shops to show and sell what they make, which is great to see and support!
We will walk through town, so make sure you have some comfy shoes on. If you wanna buy something it is smart to bring some money and a bag. Depending on the day of the tour the route might differ.