Main Belgrade pedestrian zone with shops, cafes, restaurants, have a look in the side streets too.
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Most popular pedestrian street, a lot of people, bars, shopping places and more.
All main brands are here and you can walk from my flat going through Balkanska that has great little shops as well or through main street with interesting shopping spots as well.
“The ultimate shopping destination which offers you unforgettable journey that brings to the surface your self-esteem, boldness and empathy.”
“Artificial lake designed in recent decades by city government to provide Belgraders a peace of nature and leisure during weekends or any other days off. ”
“On Republic Square the National Theatre is somewhere to go for a feast of high culture at a very affordable price. The venue opened in 1869, and has come through war damage and a few architectural updates to remain an esteemed beacon of Serbian culture. During the day you can go on a backstage tour to discover how the wardrobes and scenery are stored and maintained, and will be treated to an aria by the theatre’s singers in residence. There’s a varied schedule of drama, opera and ballet at the theatre, always high brow and always unbelievably affordable thanks to state subsidies. Front stalls are from as little as $7 and boxes aren’t much more. ”
“Belgrade’s Bohemian Quarter isn’t entirely Bohemian and constitutes more of a street than a quarter, but that doesn’t make it any less essential when visiting the Serbian capital. A cobblestoned thoroughfare lined by restaurants, bars and artisanal stores from top to bottom, it has come a long way from being where those the city deemed undesirable were forced to live in the 19th century. The early 20th century saw the writers, artists and drunks of the city move in, filling the kafanas with intense creative thought and emptying the cellars of whatever booze was available. The artists have now been replaced with tourists, but the street remains one of the most energetic spots of this most energetic city.”
“You can go here for a walk or a jog. There are many museums (e.g. military is one of my favorites) that you can visit. In the night, you can admire a beautiful sun set over the confluence of Danube and Sava rivers. ”
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