Cultural Centre Grad, good for evening drinks, has concerts, parties, exhibitions, etc. Located in gentrified area of Belgrade - Savamala On mondays they host Delikatessen Monday , homemade dishes prepared by different people, organizations, restaurants, cheap and a good opportunity to hang out with…
Cultural center with various activities such as exhibitions, workshops, concerts and parties.
Alternative music, jazz, rock, drum'n'bass... This club/cultural center offers all sorts of high quality music played by amazing young bands and djs.
Point of Interest
“Mikser house, a venue that represents a part of Savamala’s creative industry. It’s a big place that serves as a concert hall, club, bar, restaurant, design show room and a shop. It’s the most visited and the coolest culture center in town, Just 5 min walk from our flat. ”
“A dozen of small shops run by the local designers. Mainly clothes but also, ceramics, jewelry, shoes. Belgrade's best spice shop is here also.”
“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.”
“Consisting of three separate buildings, the Museum of Yugoslav History should be the first stop for visitors interested in the former Yugoslav state. With over 200,000 items the museum presents a comprehensive picture of the country that existed from WWII till the 1990s, with special emphasis placed on the life and work of Josip Broz Tito. In fact, the museums premises contain the so-called House of Flowers, which is the final resting place of Tito. Meanwhile temporary exhibitions and special events are held in the adjacent 25th of May museum, while the Old Museum houses a dizzying array of gifts given to Tito by various foreign dignitaries, statesmen and visiting delegations over the years, and serves as a sort of mini-ethnological presentation of the represented countries. Definitely not to be missed!”