Entrance to famous Kalemegdan fortress. You can spend an hour or a day exploring the history of Belgrade. Look New Belgrade from the stone walls of the fortress or see Belgrade's bridges.
“it all around the city, skroz dobra pekara is the best bakery, try the french sandwich”
“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.”
“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.”
“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. ”