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Guidebook for Beograd

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Guidebook for Beograd

Food Scene
Bakery Skroz dobra pekara. Various types of pastry, they have different kinds of cakes too. Open non stop.
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Skroz dobra pekara
27 Господар Јованова
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Bakery Skroz dobra pekara. Various types of pastry, they have different kinds of cakes too. Open non stop.
Restaurant Sesir moj - local cuisine, live music (Serbian “old city music”).
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ŠEŠIR MOJ Skadarlija
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Restaurant Sesir moj - local cuisine, live music (Serbian “old city music”).
Vegan and vegetarian restaurant Radost Fina Kuhinjica. Vegetarians, unbuckle your belts because Belgrade restaurant offer is richer for another vegetarian restaurant! Nested between old buildings opposite to the Belgrade Fortress and former Underground Club, Radost fina kuhinjica has warm and homey atmosphere with space that is designed in an interesting and modern way. It opened its doors recently offering unusual tasty combinations of different kinds of vegetables and fruit, as well as other healthy ingredients. Menu changes daily. Standard offer consists of several different starters such as hummus, pumpkin spread and olives or mushroom cream soup with tofu and various dishes.
Radost Fina Kuhinjica
3 Pariska
Vegan and vegetarian restaurant Radost Fina Kuhinjica. Vegetarians, unbuckle your belts because Belgrade restaurant offer is richer for another vegetarian restaurant! Nested between old buildings opposite to the Belgrade Fortress and former Underground Club, Radost fina kuhinjica has warm and homey atmosphere with space that is designed in an interesting and modern way. It opened its doors recently offering unusual tasty combinations of different kinds of vegetables and fruit, as well as other healthy ingredients. Menu changes daily. Standard offer consists of several different starters such as hummus, pumpkin spread and olives or mushroom cream soup with tofu and various dishes.
Ethno restaurant Sta je tu je. A complete lunch for 4 EUR.
Rige od Fere
Ethno restaurant Sta je tu je. A complete lunch for 4 EUR.
Cevap (grilled minced-meat fingers).
Ćevabdžinica Cica
Cevap (grilled minced-meat fingers).
Restaurant Znak pitanja (question mark) is the oldest restaurant in Serbia. It dates back to 1823 and it seems like Znak pitanja is still captured in that era. Since it was built in the time of Turks, still has low chairs and serves coffee from copper coffee pots. When coming here forget fancy surrounding, ambient and dress code. Just bring good mood, and empty bellies. Znak pitanja used to be a gathering place of Belgrade bohemians, actors and artists. Even today, it is unavoidable place that has to be visited at least once. It is important to come hungry and to have "space" for food, but to be moderate in the same time because you can easily overate.
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Question Mark
6 Kralja Petra
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Restaurant Znak pitanja (question mark) is the oldest restaurant in Serbia. It dates back to 1823 and it seems like Znak pitanja is still captured in that era. Since it was built in the time of Turks, still has low chairs and serves coffee from copper coffee pots. When coming here forget fancy surrounding, ambient and dress code. Just bring good mood, and empty bellies. Znak pitanja used to be a gathering place of Belgrade bohemians, actors and artists. Even today, it is unavoidable place that has to be visited at least once. It is important to come hungry and to have "space" for food, but to be moderate in the same time because you can easily overate.
The best cakes.
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Little Prince patisserie
27 Palmoticeva
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The best cakes.
Burek.
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Trpković Bakery
32 Nemanjina
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Burek.
Various types of pastry, open non - stop.
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Illy
6 - 8 Kolarčeva
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Various types of pastry, open non - stop.
Fast food - Serbian barbecue, open non - stop.
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Локи
36 Strahinjića Bana
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Fast food - Serbian barbecue, open non - stop.
Stara koliba is also one of favorite river spots in Belgrade, situated at the right bank of the Danube, very close to the confluence of two rivers. It is open throughout the whole year, and during summer days. Restaurant offers extensive menu, which is mainly based on fish, however there is choice of grilled dishes followed with short menu of local specialties like tufahije, baklave and crepes.
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Stara Koliba
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Stara koliba is also one of favorite river spots in Belgrade, situated at the right bank of the Danube, very close to the confluence of two rivers. It is open throughout the whole year, and during summer days. Restaurant offers extensive menu, which is mainly based on fish, however there is choice of grilled dishes followed with short menu of local specialties like tufahije, baklave and crepes.
This is a lounge and a restaurant offering Asian cuisine and a variety of cocktails. It is well worth noting that food is exquisite; for instance they offer a very good sushi. Sakura is also a nice place for vegetarians and sea food lovers. This restaurant takes pride in its elongated bar, very pleasant kitsch-free interior and elaborate detail.
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Sakura
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This is a lounge and a restaurant offering Asian cuisine and a variety of cocktails. It is well worth noting that food is exquisite; for instance they offer a very good sushi. Sakura is also a nice place for vegetarians and sea food lovers. This restaurant takes pride in its elongated bar, very pleasant kitsch-free interior and elaborate detail.
This is also a quite new restaurant in Beton Hala. Like the other restaurants it takes up two levels of a wide space with colorful chairs and large canvas hung on the wall. White and silver color prevail, but there is a tinge of purple, green and blue furniture and vintage looking chandeliers lest it be monotonous. One wall is made of wood featuring a quirky wire sofa propped up above on the wall. Specialties are Beefsteak sofa, Sofa steak, duck breasts, tagliata and Ossobuco sofa. The choice of foods leans towards French, Italian, seafood and a little choice of vegetarian food . Italian Gabrielle Gori is a chef of the restaurant.
Sofa restaurant
2 Karađorđeva
This is also a quite new restaurant in Beton Hala. Like the other restaurants it takes up two levels of a wide space with colorful chairs and large canvas hung on the wall. White and silver color prevail, but there is a tinge of purple, green and blue furniture and vintage looking chandeliers lest it be monotonous. One wall is made of wood featuring a quirky wire sofa propped up above on the wall. Specialties are Beefsteak sofa, Sofa steak, duck breasts, tagliata and Ossobuco sofa. The choice of foods leans towards French, Italian, seafood and a little choice of vegetarian food . Italian Gabrielle Gori is a chef of the restaurant.
It takes up two levels of a wide area that constitute the entirety of the interior composed of varied details. The interior is a mixture of different colors, materials and furniture that create quite an interesting concept. The first level offers a quite laid back atmosphere: surrounded by walls of white brickwork and wood, multicolored wooden and plastic chairs, a comfy sofa, the wallpaper with wildlife design, chic chandeliers. installations and open kitchen. While, the second level is of a more acquired taste, not that vivid in choice of colors and is enhanced with a wine rack and a long wooden table for 12 people.
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Toro
2-4 Karađorđeva
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It takes up two levels of a wide area that constitute the entirety of the interior composed of varied details. The interior is a mixture of different colors, materials and furniture that create quite an interesting concept. The first level offers a quite laid back atmosphere: surrounded by walls of white brickwork and wood, multicolored wooden and plastic chairs, a comfy sofa, the wallpaper with wildlife design, chic chandeliers. installations and open kitchen. While, the second level is of a more acquired taste, not that vivid in choice of colors and is enhanced with a wine rack and a long wooden table for 12 people.
Cantina de Frida is a well populated place both in daytime and in the evening when it operates as a lounge as well. The concept of the restaurant is inspired by the life and work of famous artist Frida Kahlo. Authentic interior is the work of Ronald van Bersselaar, the Dutch interior designer who is behind all the famous Jamie Oliver’s restaurants. Interesting interior is complete with the wide range of dishes from Mexico, Spain and Argentina. The small plates (tapas) and large plates are offered with lavish servings perfect to share with your significant others.
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Cantina de Frida
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Cantina de Frida is a well populated place both in daytime and in the evening when it operates as a lounge as well. The concept of the restaurant is inspired by the life and work of famous artist Frida Kahlo. Authentic interior is the work of Ronald van Bersselaar, the Dutch interior designer who is behind all the famous Jamie Oliver’s restaurants. Interesting interior is complete with the wide range of dishes from Mexico, Spain and Argentina. The small plates (tapas) and large plates are offered with lavish servings perfect to share with your significant others.
Kalemegdanska terasa is one of the classiest Belgrade restaurants situated in the surrounding of medieval Belgrade Fortress with the beautiful view over the confluence of the Sava and Danube. In accordance with its surrounding, restaurant has pleasant rustic interior that reminiscent medieval times where guests are entertained by live music every night. However, its charming summer terrace decorated with flowers and refreshing fountain is still the most favorite place of guests. With relaxing atmosphere and breathtaking view, Kalemegdanska terasa is ranked among the most wanted dinning venues during warm summer days.
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Kalemegdanska terasa
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Kalemegdanska terasa is one of the classiest Belgrade restaurants situated in the surrounding of medieval Belgrade Fortress with the beautiful view over the confluence of the Sava and Danube. In accordance with its surrounding, restaurant has pleasant rustic interior that reminiscent medieval times where guests are entertained by live music every night. However, its charming summer terrace decorated with flowers and refreshing fountain is still the most favorite place of guests. With relaxing atmosphere and breathtaking view, Kalemegdanska terasa is ranked among the most wanted dinning venues during warm summer days.
Greatest names of it's time once greeted dawn in this very place, here at Dva jelena, in the heart of Skadarlija - says one traditional folk song. Dva jelena is one of the oldest Belgrade restaurants with tradition that dates back in 1832. It is considered the favorite bohemian bistro in Skadarlija with atmosphere enriched with sounds of live traditional folk music. Restaurant menu consist predominantly of dishes of national cuisine with excellent grilled specialties and tasty local desserts like tufahije, orasnice and crepes.
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Dva Jelena
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Greatest names of it's time once greeted dawn in this very place, here at Dva jelena, in the heart of Skadarlija - says one traditional folk song. Dva jelena is one of the oldest Belgrade restaurants with tradition that dates back in 1832. It is considered the favorite bohemian bistro in Skadarlija with atmosphere enriched with sounds of live traditional folk music. Restaurant menu consist predominantly of dishes of national cuisine with excellent grilled specialties and tasty local desserts like tufahije, orasnice and crepes.
Just like any other Skadarlija kafana, Tri šešira lies along the cobbled path that leads down the Skadarska Street. With pleasant garden, which we recommend during summer, live traditional music and tasty food, this restaurant can't be mistake. Unless you dislike a bit loud live traditional music - well, in that case bring earplugs. The restaurant got its name (three hats in English) after the long gone hatter, who once had a store at this place. He left a tablet with three tin hats behind, which inspired new owner to name newly open object Tri šešira. It is one of the oldest kafanas in Skadarlija since it dates back to 1864.
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Tri Sesira
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Just like any other Skadarlija kafana, Tri šešira lies along the cobbled path that leads down the Skadarska Street. With pleasant garden, which we recommend during summer, live traditional music and tasty food, this restaurant can't be mistake. Unless you dislike a bit loud live traditional music - well, in that case bring earplugs. The restaurant got its name (three hats in English) after the long gone hatter, who once had a store at this place. He left a tablet with three tin hats behind, which inspired new owner to name newly open object Tri šešira. It is one of the oldest kafanas in Skadarlija since it dates back to 1864.
Drinks & Nightlife
Wine bar Wine Art. Great selection.
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Podrum Wine Art
7 Višnjićeva
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Wine bar Wine Art. Great selection.
Serbian drink #1.
Rakia
Serbian drink #1.
Best cocktail masters.
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Bar Central
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Best cocktail masters.
Miners Pub is one of the few places in the city where you can truly quench your thirst for a good beer. Here you will find more than 40 different beer brands - high quality beers produced in Germany, Belgium, UK...And more to come! Miners Pub also promotes local breweries and their homemade beers including Kruger & Brent and Kabinet, a new beer sensation, as Miners Pub calls them. This wouldn't be a true beer house without a pinball, beer pong, darts and a table football to keep guest entertained while enjoying their favorite beer. On the other hand, Miners Pub is also dedicated to the promotion of the art and good music, therefore very often you can expect exhibitions and good gigs.
Miners Pub
16 Rige od Fere
Miners Pub is one of the few places in the city where you can truly quench your thirst for a good beer. Here you will find more than 40 different beer brands - high quality beers produced in Germany, Belgium, UK...And more to come! Miners Pub also promotes local breweries and their homemade beers including Kruger & Brent and Kabinet, a new beer sensation, as Miners Pub calls them. This wouldn't be a true beer house without a pinball, beer pong, darts and a table football to keep guest entertained while enjoying their favorite beer. On the other hand, Miners Pub is also dedicated to the promotion of the art and good music, therefore very often you can expect exhibitions and good gigs.
SAMO PIVO! – JUST BEER! is a pub/bar established with the intention to contribute to popularisation of beer culture in Serbia and development of the new concepts of beer consummation. Terrace.
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Samo Pivo
13 Balkanska
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SAMO PIVO! – JUST BEER! is a pub/bar established with the intention to contribute to popularisation of beer culture in Serbia and development of the new concepts of beer consummation. Terrace.
Nested in the popular Dorćol area, Blaznavac cafe is situated in an old house with a large yard, which was transformed into the cozy and relaxed bar. Its garden is on high demand during warm months, since it is very pleasant and spacious. Blaznavac is known for large selection of cocktails and is an excellent place to warm-up for the night in Belgrade clubs. Garden's vivid colors immediately draw attention and in the same time set apart Blaznavac from mostly gray and old surrounding buildings and houses. Expect live music and DJ sets on weekends, and occasionally during working week.
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Blaznavac
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Nested in the popular Dorćol area, Blaznavac cafe is situated in an old house with a large yard, which was transformed into the cozy and relaxed bar. Its garden is on high demand during warm months, since it is very pleasant and spacious. Blaznavac is known for large selection of cocktails and is an excellent place to warm-up for the night in Belgrade clubs. Garden's vivid colors immediately draw attention and in the same time set apart Blaznavac from mostly gray and old surrounding buildings and houses. Expect live music and DJ sets on weekends, and occasionally during working week.
Classic music.
Students' Cultural Center
48 Kralja Milana
Classic music.
Grad, European Center for Culture and Debate is the first cultural organization to transform industrial facility into a cultural place. It is situated in an old warehouse built in 1884 in the neglected area called Savamala. Its multifunctional space is a artistic hub of various exhibitions, concerts, debates, performances, conferences and workshops. KC Grad is also known for its diverse and vibrant nightlife program. It is the place where many Serbian and foreign DJs, VJs, bands, performers, MCs, dancers, festivals have performed and made this city and Savamala even more interesting.
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KC Grad
4 Braće Krsmanović
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Grad, European Center for Culture and Debate is the first cultural organization to transform industrial facility into a cultural place. It is situated in an old warehouse built in 1884 in the neglected area called Savamala. Its multifunctional space is a artistic hub of various exhibitions, concerts, debates, performances, conferences and workshops. KC Grad is also known for its diverse and vibrant nightlife program. It is the place where many Serbian and foreign DJs, VJs, bands, performers, MCs, dancers, festivals have performed and made this city and Savamala even more interesting.
Sightseeing
Synagogue. Dwelling of Peace, the synagogue of the Jewish community of Belgrade. Various Jewish and non-Jewish sources show that Jews settled in Belgrade even before the Turkish conquest. Even though formally the first Jewish community in Belgrade was established in 1866, a Sephardic community officially called the Religious-Educational Jewish Community, there were synagogues in Belgrade from the middle of the seventeenth century. The historical difficulties experienced by Jews throughout the ages did not circumvent their temples. Sukat Shalom is the sixth synagogue erected by the Jewish community in Belgrade.
Sukat Šalom
19 Maršala Birjuzova
Synagogue. Dwelling of Peace, the synagogue of the Jewish community of Belgrade. Various Jewish and non-Jewish sources show that Jews settled in Belgrade even before the Turkish conquest. Even though formally the first Jewish community in Belgrade was established in 1866, a Sephardic community officially called the Religious-Educational Jewish Community, there were synagogues in Belgrade from the middle of the seventeenth century. The historical difficulties experienced by Jews throughout the ages did not circumvent their temples. Sukat Shalom is the sixth synagogue erected by the Jewish community in Belgrade.
The only active one.
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Bajrakli Mosque
11 Господар Јевремова
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The only active one.
Ortodox church. A Christian place of worship has existed continuously in what is today Tašmajdan Park from at least the nineteenth century. The original St. Mark's Church, built in the days of Belgrade Metropolitan Petar Jovanović (1833-1859) and Prince Miloš Obrenović (1835-1836), stood in almost the same location, just slightly south of the present building. At a time when Turkish troops were still quartered in the city and the present-day Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna crkva), for example, was built of wood, this was a great spiritual event for Belgrade.
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Cathedral Church
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Ortodox church. A Christian place of worship has existed continuously in what is today Tašmajdan Park from at least the nineteenth century. The original St. Mark's Church, built in the days of Belgrade Metropolitan Petar Jovanović (1833-1859) and Prince Miloš Obrenović (1835-1836), stood in almost the same location, just slightly south of the present building. At a time when Turkish troops were still quartered in the city and the present-day Orthodox Cathedral (Saborna crkva), for example, was built of wood, this was a great spiritual event for Belgrade.
The largest Ortodox temple in the Balkans.
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Temple of Saint Sava
2a Krušedolska
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The largest Ortodox temple in the Balkans.
It was built in 1906 as one of the first buildings made in the architectural spirit of Secession. From that time until today, it stands as a true architectural and historical monument of Belgrade. As one of the most luxury Belgarde hotels, Moskva used to serve as the main meeting place of politicians, businessmen, artists, kings and presidents. Since the location of the hotel is near Republic Square and all cultural and state institutions, it stands out even more from other hotels. Tall and beautiful building of the Moskva Hotel often serves for orientation and a meeting point for people coming to Belgrade.
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Hotel Moskva
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It was built in 1906 as one of the first buildings made in the architectural spirit of Secession. From that time until today, it stands as a true architectural and historical monument of Belgrade. As one of the most luxury Belgarde hotels, Moskva used to serve as the main meeting place of politicians, businessmen, artists, kings and presidents. Since the location of the hotel is near Republic Square and all cultural and state institutions, it stands out even more from other hotels. Tall and beautiful building of the Moskva Hotel often serves for orientation and a meeting point for people coming to Belgrade.
The New Palace was built for the residential needs of the Karageorgevich dynasty during the period between 1911 and 1922. The building was designed by the renowned Belgrade architect Stojan Titelbah, upon the site of the demolished Palace of the Crown Prince Mihailo Obrenović. The building of the New Palace, with four stories and the typical corner dome, represents a valuable architectural work of Belgrade construction after World War I. The first floor housed the private and working rooms of the King and Queen: bedrooms with access rooms, cabinets, salons, library and dining hall. The second floor contained the English and Japanese salons, bedrooms and the library.
President of the Republic of Serbia Building
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The New Palace was built for the residential needs of the Karageorgevich dynasty during the period between 1911 and 1922. The building was designed by the renowned Belgrade architect Stojan Titelbah, upon the site of the demolished Palace of the Crown Prince Mihailo Obrenović. The building of the New Palace, with four stories and the typical corner dome, represents a valuable architectural work of Belgrade construction after World War I. The first floor housed the private and working rooms of the King and Queen: bedrooms with access rooms, cabinets, salons, library and dining hall. The second floor contained the English and Japanese salons, bedrooms and the library.
The Old Palace of the Serbian Obrenović dynasty was built between 1882 and 1884, designed by Aleksandar Bugarski in line with the architecture of academism of the 19th century. It was built for the needs of the newly formed Kingdom of Serbia headed by King Milan Obrenović with the intention of overshadowing all contemporary Serbian ruler residences. The appearance of the palace was significantly altered compared to the initial design after the reconstructions following heavy damage sustained during both world wars.
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City Hall of Beograd
2 Dragoslava Jovanovića
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The Old Palace of the Serbian Obrenović dynasty was built between 1882 and 1884, designed by Aleksandar Bugarski in line with the architecture of academism of the 19th century. It was built for the needs of the newly formed Kingdom of Serbia headed by King Milan Obrenović with the intention of overshadowing all contemporary Serbian ruler residences. The appearance of the palace was significantly altered compared to the initial design after the reconstructions following heavy damage sustained during both world wars.
Pedestrian zone and commercial center - Knez Mihailova Street is protected by law since it is one of the oldest and most important monumental urban environments. Knez Mihailova is composed of multiple buildings and representative houses constructed at the end of the 1870s. It is thought that the center of the population of Singidunum was established here during Roman times and that it was full of streets with gardens, fountains and mosques during the Ottoman Empire. After the elaboration of the Regulation of Urban Planning in 1867, the street was constructed rapidly to acquire its current physiognomy.
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Kneza Mihaila
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Pedestrian zone and commercial center - Knez Mihailova Street is protected by law since it is one of the oldest and most important monumental urban environments. Knez Mihailova is composed of multiple buildings and representative houses constructed at the end of the 1870s. It is thought that the center of the population of Singidunum was established here during Roman times and that it was full of streets with gardens, fountains and mosques during the Ottoman Empire. After the elaboration of the Regulation of Urban Planning in 1867, the street was constructed rapidly to acquire its current physiognomy.
Architecture.
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National Assembly of Serbia
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Architecture.
The urban and architectural shaping of the square began immediately after World War II, when the old buildings were demolished, the tram turn was moved, the fountain was built, the fences in front of the former royal garden and National Assembly were removed and a large number of buildings were constructed, including the Dom Sindikata (“Syndicate House”). The square was called Marx & Engels Square for a long time.
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Nikola Pašić Square
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The urban and architectural shaping of the square began immediately after World War II, when the old buildings were demolished, the tram turn was moved, the fountain was built, the fences in front of the former royal garden and National Assembly were removed and a large number of buildings were constructed, including the Dom Sindikata (“Syndicate House”). The square was called Marx & Engels Square for a long time.
The existing square was formed after the demolition of Stambol Gate and the construction of the National Theatre building in 1869. Stambol Gate, built by the Austrians at the turn of the 18th century, was located between the monument to Prince Mihailo and the National Theatre. The road to Istanbul (“Stambol”) led through it, lending the gate its name. In popular accounts the Stambol Gate became infamous for the Turkish custom of slaughtering Serbian rebels in front of it, using one of the most horrifying methods of execution – impalement.
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Трг Републике
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The existing square was formed after the demolition of Stambol Gate and the construction of the National Theatre building in 1869. Stambol Gate, built by the Austrians at the turn of the 18th century, was located between the monument to Prince Mihailo and the National Theatre. The road to Istanbul (“Stambol”) led through it, lending the gate its name. In popular accounts the Stambol Gate became infamous for the Turkish custom of slaughtering Serbian rebels in front of it, using one of the most horrifying methods of execution – impalement.
Skadarska Street, or Skadarlija as Belgradians like to call it, was and still is the bohemian heart of Belgrade. If you want to party in an old-fashioned Serbian way with a lot of rakija, good food and live music performed by string orchestras, than you simply have to visit Skadarlija. It represents the spirit of socializing in bistros and shows vivid nightlife as it used to be. This street manages to retain the "old look" with cobblestones, more or less identical facades and kafanas that have stood in the same place for over 150 years, all in less than 400 meters.
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Skadarlija
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Skadarska Street, or Skadarlija as Belgradians like to call it, was and still is the bohemian heart of Belgrade. If you want to party in an old-fashioned Serbian way with a lot of rakija, good food and live music performed by string orchestras, than you simply have to visit Skadarlija. It represents the spirit of socializing in bistros and shows vivid nightlife as it used to be. This street manages to retain the "old look" with cobblestones, more or less identical facades and kafanas that have stood in the same place for over 150 years, all in less than 400 meters.
The Belgrade Fortress changed and developed throughout the centuries, it saw many armies, was the field of many battles, it witnessed the brutality of the conquerors and the courage of the tireless defenders of the city. It was the place where Belgrade started to develop. The Fortress was built in stages, during the lengthy period between the 1st and 18th century, from a Roman castrum, through a Byzantine castle and the remains of the medieval capital of the Serb Despotate, all the way to an Austrian-Ottoman artillery fortification.
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Kalemegdan
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The Belgrade Fortress changed and developed throughout the centuries, it saw many armies, was the field of many battles, it witnessed the brutality of the conquerors and the courage of the tireless defenders of the city. It was the place where Belgrade started to develop. The Fortress was built in stages, during the lengthy period between the 1st and 18th century, from a Roman castrum, through a Byzantine castle and the remains of the medieval capital of the Serb Despotate, all the way to an Austrian-Ottoman artillery fortification.
Parks & Nature
The oldest of the city parks was created in 1870. It is a green environment within and around the Belgrade Fortress, known as Kalemegdan Park, including the Great and Small Kalemegdan, i.e. the Upper and Lower Town. Recognizing the exquisite value of the salient ridge of Belgrade, the first Serbian urbanist Emilijan Joksimović proposed the idea that the City Field, Kalemegdan, be turned into a “wondrous park”. The first planting of Kalemegdan was undertaken between 1869 and 1875 and the main Sava Alley was planted in 1886. The monuments erected during the past hundred and fifteen years provide the Kalemegdan Park with a particular value.
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Kalemegdan Park
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The oldest of the city parks was created in 1870. It is a green environment within and around the Belgrade Fortress, known as Kalemegdan Park, including the Great and Small Kalemegdan, i.e. the Upper and Lower Town. Recognizing the exquisite value of the salient ridge of Belgrade, the first Serbian urbanist Emilijan Joksimović proposed the idea that the City Field, Kalemegdan, be turned into a “wondrous park”. The first planting of Kalemegdan was undertaken between 1869 and 1875 and the main Sava Alley was planted in 1886. The monuments erected during the past hundred and fifteen years provide the Kalemegdan Park with a particular value.
During summer, Ada Ciganlija is the center of all sports activities in the city. You can find here facilities for almost every possible outdoor sport including basketball, football, volleyball (beach and regular), rock climbing, tennis and all this is free. All you need is to bring your equipment, balls, racquets and sports spirit. Also, there is an open-air trim park with 24 professional equipments and it’s free for use, as well. Lovers of cycling and rollerblading can use special prepared trails. If you do not have bicycle or rollerblades of your own, you can rent it at Ada (for bicycle 150 - 400 dinars per hour/day and 200-500 per hour/day for rollerblades).
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アダ・ツィガンリヤ
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During summer, Ada Ciganlija is the center of all sports activities in the city. You can find here facilities for almost every possible outdoor sport including basketball, football, volleyball (beach and regular), rock climbing, tennis and all this is free. All you need is to bring your equipment, balls, racquets and sports spirit. Also, there is an open-air trim park with 24 professional equipments and it’s free for use, as well. Lovers of cycling and rollerblading can use special prepared trails. If you do not have bicycle or rollerblades of your own, you can rent it at Ada (for bicycle 150 - 400 dinars per hour/day and 200-500 per hour/day for rollerblades).
Topčider Park (Topčiderski park) was the first public park in Belgrade. Surrounded by hills of Košutnjak forest and irrigated by Topčider River, park was indeed the most beautiful in the city. However, after Kalemegdan Park was built it lost its primacy, but still remains one of the most picturesque parks in the city. Topčider Park spreads inside an area of 13 hectares and lies only five kilometers away from the city, which makes it easy reachable either by tram (No. 3) or by car.
Topčider park
Topčider Park (Topčiderski park) was the first public park in Belgrade. Surrounded by hills of Košutnjak forest and irrigated by Topčider River, park was indeed the most beautiful in the city. However, after Kalemegdan Park was built it lost its primacy, but still remains one of the most picturesque parks in the city. Topčider Park spreads inside an area of 13 hectares and lies only five kilometers away from the city, which makes it easy reachable either by tram (No. 3) or by car.
The Academic Park is located on the Students’ Square. The location of the square was part of the civilian settlement of Singidunum during Roman times. There are few data on the appearance and function of the area during the middle ages. It was used for military exercises during the Austrian rule of Belgrade during the 18th century, while it served as a place for prayers during Turkish rule, as well as a graveyard that remained until the eighteen-sixties. During the third decade of the 19th century the Serbian authorities opened a market or “pazarište” on part of the dilapidated graveyard.
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Student Park
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The Academic Park is located on the Students’ Square. The location of the square was part of the civilian settlement of Singidunum during Roman times. There are few data on the appearance and function of the area during the middle ages. It was used for military exercises during the Austrian rule of Belgrade during the 18th century, while it served as a place for prayers during Turkish rule, as well as a graveyard that remained until the eighteen-sixties. During the third decade of the 19th century the Serbian authorities opened a market or “pazarište” on part of the dilapidated graveyard.
For those living in the city center, Jevremovac Botanical Garden is a true green paradise. It is in an "island" between four Belgrade streets: Dalmatinska, Takovska (where the entrance is), Vojvode Dobrnjca and the Boulevard of Despot Stefan. It was founded in 1874 and lies across an area of around five hectares. Garden has more than 250 types of trees and about 750 types of local, European and exotic plants. Apart from the open space, it includes a greenhouse and the premises of Botanical institute. The greenhouse was built in 1882 and has area of 500 m². More than 1.000 types of tropical, subtropical, and desert plants grow in two wings connected by a central dome.
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Jevremovac Botanical Garden
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For those living in the city center, Jevremovac Botanical Garden is a true green paradise. It is in an "island" between four Belgrade streets: Dalmatinska, Takovska (where the entrance is), Vojvode Dobrnjca and the Boulevard of Despot Stefan. It was founded in 1874 and lies across an area of around five hectares. Garden has more than 250 types of trees and about 750 types of local, European and exotic plants. Apart from the open space, it includes a greenhouse and the premises of Botanical institute. The greenhouse was built in 1882 and has area of 500 m². More than 1.000 types of tropical, subtropical, and desert plants grow in two wings connected by a central dome.
Centrally located, Tašmajdan Park is also among favorite city green oasis even though it lays in the intersection of the busiest city boulevards. It was built in 1950s, but before that, it was a stone pit, a graveyard and a southern bank of the long gone Pannonian Sea. History tells us that stone was extracted from here since the Roman times and exploitation continued during ruling of Ottoman Empire. Until the Second World War, Tašmajdan was so hollow that Germans made their nests and shelters beneath the surface.
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Tašmajdan
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Centrally located, Tašmajdan Park is also among favorite city green oasis even though it lays in the intersection of the busiest city boulevards. It was built in 1950s, but before that, it was a stone pit, a graveyard and a southern bank of the long gone Pannonian Sea. History tells us that stone was extracted from here since the Roman times and exploitation continued during ruling of Ottoman Empire. Until the Second World War, Tašmajdan was so hollow that Germans made their nests and shelters beneath the surface.
Arts & Culture
Founded in 1949, it is located in the building of the former Grand School, opened in 1808 as a lyceum by the great Serb luminary and first Serbian Minister of Education Dositej Obradović. The museum contains a professional library, with a small reading room and consists of two parts – the ground floor contains an exhibit dedicated to Dositej Obradović, while the first floor is dedicated to Vuk Stefanović Karadžić.
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Muzej Vuka i Dositeja
21 Gospodar Jevremova
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Founded in 1949, it is located in the building of the former Grand School, opened in 1808 as a lyceum by the great Serb luminary and first Serbian Minister of Education Dositej Obradović. The museum contains a professional library, with a small reading room and consists of two parts – the ground floor contains an exhibit dedicated to Dositej Obradović, while the first floor is dedicated to Vuk Stefanović Karadžić.
The Zemun Fortress is the oldest building in Zemun, mentioned as early as the 9th century. The current remains are from the 15th century. The Millenium Tower stands at the centre of the fortification. It was erected by the Hungarian authorities in 1896 and was renewed in 1962. It is also known as the tower of Sibinjanin Janko (John Hunyadi).
Gardoš Tower
The Zemun Fortress is the oldest building in Zemun, mentioned as early as the 9th century. The current remains are from the 15th century. The Millenium Tower stands at the centre of the fortification. It was erected by the Hungarian authorities in 1896 and was renewed in 1962. It is also known as the tower of Sibinjanin Janko (John Hunyadi).
The Royal Palace in Dedinje was built between 1924 and 1929, on orders by King Alexander I, as the official royal residence. The designers were the architect Živojin Nikolić and the academic Nikolaj Krasnov of the Royal Academy. It is currently home to Crown Prince Alexander II and his family. It is a spacious and representative villa built of white stone in the Serbian-Byzantine style. The palace is surrounded by pergolas, park terraces, pools, a pavilion and a concert terrace. The palace, located on the ridge of a hill, provides a magnificent view of Dedinje, the Košutnjak forest, Topčider and Avala.
The Royal Palace Grounds
The Royal Palace in Dedinje was built between 1924 and 1929, on orders by King Alexander I, as the official royal residence. The designers were the architect Živojin Nikolić and the academic Nikolaj Krasnov of the Royal Academy. It is currently home to Crown Prince Alexander II and his family. It is a spacious and representative villa built of white stone in the Serbian-Byzantine style. The palace is surrounded by pergolas, park terraces, pools, a pavilion and a concert terrace. The palace, located on the ridge of a hill, provides a magnificent view of Dedinje, the Košutnjak forest, Topčider and Avala.
White Palace was built between 1934 and 1937 by the architect Aleksandar Djordjevic. The ground floor of this classicist building is a large ceremonial hall and a number of lounges furnished in the style of Louis XV and Louis XVI with Venetian chandeliers. There is also a court library, which had about 35,000 books and Formal dining room furnished in Chippendale style. As part of a court complex on the south side of the Palatine family church, which has a porch with columns associated with the building. The temple is dedicated to St. Andrew the First name (fame of family Karađorđević).
Beli Dvor
White Palace was built between 1934 and 1937 by the architect Aleksandar Djordjevic. The ground floor of this classicist building is a large ceremonial hall and a number of lounges furnished in the style of Louis XV and Louis XVI with Venetian chandeliers. There is also a court library, which had about 35,000 books and Formal dining room furnished in Chippendale style. As part of a court complex on the south side of the Palatine family church, which has a porch with columns associated with the building. The temple is dedicated to St. Andrew the First name (fame of family Karađorđević).
The museum was founded in 1958 and is located in a building in New Belgrade, at the very confluence of the Sava and the Danube. The original architectural design of the building is reminiscent of a crystal. The permanent exhibit shows a rich selection of Yugoslav painting, sculpture and engravings from the 20thcentury. Currently being renovated.
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Museum of Contemporary Art
10 Ušće
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The museum was founded in 1958 and is located in a building in New Belgrade, at the very confluence of the Sava and the Danube. The original architectural design of the building is reminiscent of a crystal. The permanent exhibit shows a rich selection of Yugoslav painting, sculpture and engravings from the 20thcentury. Currently being renovated.
The Museum of Yugoslav History (MYH), preserves, researches and interprets the cultural heritage of the former country of Yugoslavia. It was founded in 1996, as a result of a merger between the Memorial Centre Josip Broz Tito and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities. In 2013, it was declared an institution of national significance.
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Muzej istorije Jugoslavije
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The Museum of Yugoslav History (MYH), preserves, researches and interprets the cultural heritage of the former country of Yugoslavia. It was founded in 1996, as a result of a merger between the Memorial Centre Josip Broz Tito and the Museum of the Revolution of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Minorities. In 2013, it was declared an institution of national significance.
As a complex museum with the task of preserving and enabling communication between the public and the national heritage, the Historical Museum of Serbia collects, preserves, registers and studies materials related to the history of Serbia, maintains and completes museum collections, as well as the information and documentation on them, and makes it available to the public. In addition, through museum exhibitions it responsibly and competently articulates and interprets the knowledge of the past not only of Serbia and the Serbian people, but also of the other peoples and cultures that have lived and still live in the territory of Serbia from the Middle Ages to the present.
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Historical Museum of Serbia
11 Trg Nikole Pašića
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As a complex museum with the task of preserving and enabling communication between the public and the national heritage, the Historical Museum of Serbia collects, preserves, registers and studies materials related to the history of Serbia, maintains and completes museum collections, as well as the information and documentation on them, and makes it available to the public. In addition, through museum exhibitions it responsibly and competently articulates and interprets the knowledge of the past not only of Serbia and the Serbian people, but also of the other peoples and cultures that have lived and still live in the territory of Serbia from the Middle Ages to the present.
The Ethnographic Museum houses a large number of ethnographic items, divided into separate exhibits (household items, jewellery, customs, national costumes, national architecture, economy, stock farming, transportation, cultural artefacts), along with one of the best equipped professional libraries in the Balkans. The permanent exhibit takes up three levels of the building. The first floor represents the popular assembly, the second is related to textile production and the third is about the culture of living.
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Етнографски Музеј
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The Ethnographic Museum houses a large number of ethnographic items, divided into separate exhibits (household items, jewellery, customs, national costumes, national architecture, economy, stock farming, transportation, cultural artefacts), along with one of the best equipped professional libraries in the Balkans. The permanent exhibit takes up three levels of the building. The first floor represents the popular assembly, the second is related to textile production and the third is about the culture of living.
Manak’s House is an integral part of the Ethnographic Museum, an example of old Balkan urban architecture, housing a particularly significant and valuable ethnographic memorial collection by Hristifor Crnilović. The collection contains approximately 2,600 items, mostly costumes and jewellery of immense cultural value. The costumes hail from the regions of South Serbia, Kosovo, Metohija and Macedonia. The collection is completed by examples of embroidery, textiles, towels, bags, carpets from Pirot and household items. The jewellery is particularly valuable, especially the jewellery worn on the head: diadems, head-scarves, tepeluks, pins, earrings, combs and necklaces.
Manakova kuća
5 Gavrila Principa
Manak’s House is an integral part of the Ethnographic Museum, an example of old Balkan urban architecture, housing a particularly significant and valuable ethnographic memorial collection by Hristifor Crnilović. The collection contains approximately 2,600 items, mostly costumes and jewellery of immense cultural value. The costumes hail from the regions of South Serbia, Kosovo, Metohija and Macedonia. The collection is completed by examples of embroidery, textiles, towels, bags, carpets from Pirot and household items. The jewellery is particularly valuable, especially the jewellery worn on the head: diadems, head-scarves, tepeluks, pins, earrings, combs and necklaces.
The Residence of Princess Ljubica was erected on orders by Prince Miloš Obrenović in 1831, as the private residence of his wife, the Princess Ljubica. The architecture and placement of rooms represent an example of the Balkans style, with a number of western baroque elements. The Residence houses the permanent exhibit “Interiors of Belgrade City Houses of the 19th Century” starting with the Oriental (Turkish), through the influence of Central (Biedermeier) and Western European (Neo-baroque, Neo-rococo, Napoleon III, Altdeutch) styles.
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Konak kneginje Ljubice
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The Residence of Princess Ljubica was erected on orders by Prince Miloš Obrenović in 1831, as the private residence of his wife, the Princess Ljubica. The architecture and placement of rooms represent an example of the Balkans style, with a number of western baroque elements. The Residence houses the permanent exhibit “Interiors of Belgrade City Houses of the 19th Century” starting with the Oriental (Turkish), through the influence of Central (Biedermeier) and Western European (Neo-baroque, Neo-rococo, Napoleon III, Altdeutch) styles.
The oldest of museum institutions in Belgrade was founded in 1844 at the initiative of the Serb writer Jovan Sterija Popović. The founding of the National Museum coincides with the rise of the civic culture and the establishment of the state institutions of the Principality of Serbia. The National Museum in Belgrade, a complex type museum, is the most significant, oldest and central museum of Serbia containing 34 archaeological, numismatic and historical collections at this moment, after 160 years of growth and development.
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ベオグラード国立博物館
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The oldest of museum institutions in Belgrade was founded in 1844 at the initiative of the Serb writer Jovan Sterija Popović. The founding of the National Museum coincides with the rise of the civic culture and the establishment of the state institutions of the Principality of Serbia. The National Museum in Belgrade, a complex type museum, is the most significant, oldest and central museum of Serbia containing 34 archaeological, numismatic and historical collections at this moment, after 160 years of growth and development.
Architecture.
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National Theatre
3 Francuska
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Architecture.
The museum preserving the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla is located in the heart of Belgrade, in a beautiful residential villa built in 1929, designed by the notable Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan. In accordance with Tesla’s last will and testament, his heritage was moved to Belgrade in 1951. The permanent exhibit consists of the original documents, books, magazines, plans and drawings of the greatest Serbian inventor.
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Nikola Tesla Museum
51 Krunska
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The museum preserving the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla is located in the heart of Belgrade, in a beautiful residential villa built in 1929, designed by the notable Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan. In accordance with Tesla’s last will and testament, his heritage was moved to Belgrade in 1951. The permanent exhibit consists of the original documents, books, magazines, plans and drawings of the greatest Serbian inventor.
Shopping
Belgrade Design District is a fashionable artistic area that gathers young and established domestic designers and artists. Unconventional fashion fans will be satisfied with the original offer and quality, as well as with the possibility of ordering some products from designers.
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Belgrade Design District
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Belgrade Design District is a fashionable artistic area that gathers young and established domestic designers and artists. Unconventional fashion fans will be satisfied with the original offer and quality, as well as with the possibility of ordering some products from designers.
Souvenirs Beogradski izlog. This unique place in the City cherishes and offers authentic Belgrade souvenirs by its spirit and looks. T-shirts, mugs, notebooks, maps, magnets, bags and number of daily personal use and interior items are created by the artists and designers inspired by the very scents, tastes, colours and landmarks of Belgrade. The Belgrade Window offers rich and diverse literature on Belgrade – monographs, belletrist literature, history works, calendars, as well as maps and guidebooks precious for exploration of the City.
Kneza Mihaila 6
6 Kneza Mihaila
Souvenirs Beogradski izlog. This unique place in the City cherishes and offers authentic Belgrade souvenirs by its spirit and looks. T-shirts, mugs, notebooks, maps, magnets, bags and number of daily personal use and interior items are created by the artists and designers inspired by the very scents, tastes, colours and landmarks of Belgrade. The Belgrade Window offers rich and diverse literature on Belgrade – monographs, belletrist literature, history works, calendars, as well as maps and guidebooks precious for exploration of the City.
Ušće Shopping Center is the largest shopping center in Serbia and the region. With this kind of epithet, you can not expect less than excellent shopping. Located on left bank of the Sava River, near the city center, business district and confluence (ušće in Serbian) with Danube.
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Usce
4 Bulevar Mihajla Pupina
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Ušće Shopping Center is the largest shopping center in Serbia and the region. With this kind of epithet, you can not expect less than excellent shopping. Located on left bank of the Sava River, near the city center, business district and confluence (ušće in Serbian) with Danube.
Essentials
Exchange office Sop. Open non stop.
Starine Novaka 11
11 Starine Novaka
Exchange office Sop. Open non stop.
Pinch hairdresser (unisex) and barber.
Pinch
6 Simina
Pinch hairdresser (unisex) and barber.
Open non - stop.
Emergency Room, Clinical Center of Serbia
2 Pasterova
Open non - stop.
Dental clinic Mazestik - for emergency cases, open non stop.
Obilićev venac 30
30 Obilićev venac
Dental clinic Mazestik - for emergency cases, open non stop.
ATM Aik bank.
Gospodar-Jevremova 27
27 Gospodar-Jevremova
ATM Aik bank.
Open non - stop.
Central Post Office of Serbia
2 Takovska
Open non - stop.
Grocery store. Prepared take away meals.
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Maxi Alonso
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Grocery store. Prepared take away meals.