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Belgrade

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Founded in the 3rd century BC at the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe and at the confluence of the important waterways Danube and Sava, Belgrade used to be known as the "Door to Central Europe" or simply "The Gate."

Today’s Belgrade is a representative of its rich history, colorful past, exotic cultural heritage and a status of a grand capital city, having been the capital of Serbia since 1404, and the capital of the former republic of Yugoslavia between 1918 and 2003.

While Belgrade’s rich history makes itself reminded throughout the city, most notably in the old Belgrade Fortress at Kalmegdan, Belgrade is among the recent countries to join the EU. Belgrade these days features an abundance of cultural attractions and a wide range of events that draw visitors from across Europe, as well as a vibrant nightlife that has made it an increasingly popular weekend break.

As one of Europe’s oldest cities, located at the crossroads of the East and West, the capital of Serbia is an incredibly rich mosaic of different cultures, influences and styles with a mysterious and exotic atmosphere.

European but with oriental influences, Belgrade is a great weekend break, with tons of interesting sights and attractions, splendid architecture, a fast-paced nightlife, great and affordable shopping, as well as a thriving cultural scene.

City of Culture, Inspiration, Sports and Festivals, Serbian capital is an exciting mixture of rich and diverse history, culture, architecture and urban spirit. With some of the most attractive locations, Belgrade Fortress – the oldest cultural and historical monument, Skadarlija –bohemian quarter in the city center, Knez Mihailova Street; Old and New Palace, Federal Parliament, Temple of St. Sava, Zemun and many others, Belgrade makes the cultural center of South East Europe.

Belgrade has an abundance of cultural attractions and a wide range of events that draw visitors from across Europe.

Visit the archaeological site in Vinca from the 5th century BC; enjoy the view from the Belgrade Fortress; walk down Knez Mihailova or Skadarska street; indulge your senses in one of our national restaurants with domestic dishes, wines and music that will undoubtedly make you dance; visit some of the bars, night & disco clubs where the entertainment lasts till dawn and just when you start feeling like you want to lie down, smell of fresh coffee will invite you back. Enjoy the rivers, parks, museums, theaters…and make sure to schedule your city break around some of many events in Belgrade.

Throughout the entire year, Belgrade invites its citizens and guests to pay a visit to at least on the major festivals and events that are taking place. We’ll randomly talk about some of them, but you should bear in mind that there are lot more going on.

The exciting nightlife of Belgrade is gaining momentum. Recently, Belgrade was named ‘the new capital of cool’, thanks to its night life in all its diversity. The music scene here will feed your music hunger no matter whether you’re into jazz, turbo folk, electronic beats, rock ’n’ roll or indie pop/rock.

The cuisine in Belgrade is as much of a rich mosaic of influences and cultures as the city itself - an exciting mixture of Mediterranean, Austrian, Turkish, Hungarian..

Some of the best restaurants can be found in Skadarlija, Belgrade’s Bohemian quarter. Expect to find meat of all kinds and in all variations in abundance on the menus – this is not a city for vegetarians – ranging from Serbian sausages and smoked meets to veal, lamb and spit-roasts, accompanied by onions, red peppers and sauerkraut.

Because of its location by two mighty rivers, fish is big in the local cuisine – one of the best ways of enjoying the locally caught carp, perch and catfish being by visiting one of Belgrade’s many floating restaurants on Danube and Sava.

Belgrade has some cosy, interesting cafés. Try for example some of the floating cafés on Danube or Café Mali princ with all the lovely desserts.

Belgrade is a perfect destination for party animals, featuring a large number of bars and clubs that attract a friendly and cool crowd. However, while there are clubs in abundance, bars are more scarce, as it is more common to have a drink in one of the city’s hundreds of charming cafés – perfect for a few drinks before hitting the clubs.

Belgrade has a very lively nightlife, and the city’s friendly and outgoing inhabitants do enjoy a good old knees-up, evident in the vast number of bars and clubs. Event people from across Europe come here to party! The scene changes quickly in Belgrade, so ask the locals about where to go and where there might be one-off events during your stay.

Shopping is part of everyday life for many Belgraders, and a frequent and favorite activity.

The combination of famous international brands and varied and imaginative local products and hand-crafted items, favorable prices and a large selection are the reason why visitors to Belgrade leave with an extra suitcase.

From souvenirs to clothes by our young creators, make your selection among the authentic gifts to remember the city by.

The most famous shopping area is the Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone stretching from Trg Republike to Kalemegdan. Spend at least half a day walking and shopping in one of the most beautiful and lively neighbourhoods of Belgrade, in the very heart of the city. After a walk, when you discover what’s in and what’s hot, drop by at one of the many famous international brand stores and enjoy shopping.

The City Passage shopping centre in Obilicev Venac 18-20 is a must, as is the New Millenium shopping mall in Spasicev Prolaz. Another famous shopping area is the Terazije-Kralja Milana-Slavija stretch, where you will find an abundance of shops as well as the Cumicevo Sokace shopping centre. For an amazing mix of all kinds of goods, head to Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra, Belgrade’s longest street, while for a truly exclusive shopping experience, visit the Sava Centar in Milentija Popovica 9 in the Novi Beograd part of town.

 

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Property Location With a stay at Hotel Garni City Code Vizura in Belgrade, you'll be close to Millenary Monument and Belgrade Arena. This 4-star hotel is within the vicinity of Nikolajevska Church and Pobednik. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the..
Facilities and services include bar, wireless Internet access and 24-hour reception. Rooms feature air conditioning, TV, telephone, bathroom, minibar, wireless Internet access and hairdryer. Address: Cika Ljubina 10, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia.
Hostel Jasmin Unrated
A great location of Hostel Jasmin provides you a fast arrival to Belgrade downtown: Knez Mihajlova Street is only 3 minutes by walk, Kalemegdan and the city zoo just five minutes by walk.Capacity of the hostel is 20 beds with separate male and female..
This cozy and elegant one bedroom apartment is situated in a new building in downtown Belgrade, 200 m from Skadarlija - Bohemian Quarter, on ¿or¿a Klemansoa Street. It is on only 10 minutes walking distance from the Republic Square and Knez..
Facilities and services include breakfast room, bar, lounge, terrace, spa, wireless Internet access, meeting room and 24-hour reception. Rooms feature telephone, TV, safe, coffee maker, minibar (extra charge), air conditioning, heating, wireless Internet..
City Code Hotel is situated a 5 minutes walk from the pedestrian street Knez Mihailova, as well other sites of interest can be reach by foot. At the hotel there is a reception, bar, luggage room. Rooms with bathroom/shower, hairdryer, telephone, TV, safe,..
At 10 minutes walk from the hostel are medieval Kalemegdan fortress,with a ZOO, as well as the famous old bohemian promenade Skadarlijawith numerous restaurants and cafes,where you can enjoy in traditional Serbian dishes with live music.At 5 min walk..
Property Location With a stay at Hostel Fair, you'll be centrally located in Belgrade, walking distance from Belgrade Fair and close to Belgrade Hippodrome. This hostel is within close proximity of Tito's Mausoleum and Partizan Stadium. Rooms Make yourself..
Situated in Banja vrujci , this property offers an ideal place of rest and relaxation. There are a total of 10 rooms on the premises. The Hotel boasts 10 apartments. The Hotel is ideally situated in the city centre. Guests may take advantage of the on-site..
Knez Mihailova Promenade is a 15-minute walk away. The ancient Kalemegdan Fortress and the bohemian area of Skadarlija can be reached within 2.5 km. Ada Ciganlija Lake, known for its nightlife, is at a distance of 4 km.National Serbian cuisine and special..
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