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City of Culture, Inspiration, Sports and Festivals, Serbian capital is an exciting mixture of rich and diverse history, 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. Eclectic in the architecture testifies about its rich historical heritage which can be seen on every step, while diverse event calendar makes Serbian Capital a true metropolis in this part of Europe. Central city area reveals some of the most recognizable attractions: from the Republic Square, along the Knez Mihailova Street to the Belgrade Fortress, where the viewpoint to the Confluence of Danube and Sava will take your breath away. Magnificent Temple of Saint Sava dominates at the sophisticated area of Vracar, Dorcol is known for true local experience, while Savamala represents an urban quart and hub for contemporary arts and design. Crossing the bridge over Sava, one enters a completely different world of New Belgrade and Zemun.. The Republic Square is literally the epicenter of the city, being surrounded by the National Theatre and National Museum, but it is best known for the statue of Prince Mihailo on the horse, which is the most popular meeting place of Belgradians. Knez Mihailova Street is the pedestrian area that unifies the beautiful architecture, and leads towards the Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park, while on the other way leads to Terazije, and famous Terazijska česma, drinking fountain in front of the Hotel Moskva, which is a great lookout point to the Sava river valley. The Belgrade Fortress and the Kalemegdan Park together represent a cultural monument of exceptional importance, and an open air museum of Belgrade history. The fortress overlooks the confluence of the Sava river into the Danube and that very spot, next to the statue Pobednik (The Victor), is probably the most beautiful lookout in Belgrade. Belgrade is also the starting point for exploration of some of Serbia’s beautiful monasteries, wineries, farmhouse restaurants, etno villages, spas, wildlife reserves, natural beauty and archaeological sites.
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. 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, theatres…and make sure to schedule your visit around some of many events in Belgrade.
Ada Ciganlija

Ada Ciganlija

Ada Ciganija is the most famous summer resort in Belgrade. Once an island, now a peninsula, Ada is the largest, most beautiful and one of the most visited places in Belgrade. After stepping into Ada, you will enter the world of fun, relaxation and recreation situated in a small, quiet oasis in the midst of the city. The Lake is surrounded by more than 7 km of beaches awarded with the Blue Flag for the quality of the beach, and offers all possibilities for spending hot summer days in the city. During summer, Ada Ciganlija becomes like a small city with daily population of more than 100,000 visitors (300,000 visitors during weekend) who come here to swim, run, play all kinds of sports or just enjoy a hot summer afternoon while sipping cold drinks in cafes. In autumn and winter, Ada Ciganlija is mostly desolate, but a beautiful promenade, flanked by cafes and nightclubs. During the winter the lake often freezes, but skating is not permitted because the ice sheet is to thin. Ada Ciganlija has more than 50 open-air sports fields, including golf course, and cable-ski circuit. There are football pitches, tennis courts, handball, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as baseball, rugby and hockey pitches, also facilities for the extreme sports of bungee-jumping, wall-climbing and paintball. In addition, numerous restaurants, preserving tradition of the city, offer fish specialties, while bars and splavs in the evenings turn into clubs with all-night entertainment. Adventure lovers and those who enjoy the nature and outdoor activities will most certainly have fun! Adventure Park Phone: 064 82 10 218 Bungee Jumping Phone: 064 19 68 414 Ada Safari, sports fishing Phone: 011 35 48 214



No different than Parisian - Montparnasse , Milanese - Cerano Dodici, Navigli District , Berlin - Kreuzberg , Lisabon - Bairro Alto , Istanbul - Beyoglu , Nederlands - The Veemarktkwartier , Helsinki - Kallio and Punavuori , London - Queens Park Design District , New York's - Soho , Savamala District offers a variety of night clubs, bars and cafes, but also is presented as a cultural and design heart of Belgrade, a true district that will boost your brain cells to the max. Savamala is the synonym for Belgrade's urban culture. Among wide streets, river bank and beautiful old facades, many trendy clubs recently opened as exclusive night-life places, make this neighborhood the hottest district in the City. Geozavod building is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, constructed between in 1905 and in 1907 in the spirit of eclecticism with prominent elements of baroque and Art Nouveau. The building is one of the best examples of contemporary Serbian architecture, and today it is a protected monument. Mikser House is one of Savamala’s most prominent venues, a design center and performance space occupying a vast wood-floored warehouse, is a host of annual music event called ''Mixer Festival'' that gathers thousands of visitors from all over Europe. KC Grad - serves as a creative hub, moved into the old warehouse which today houses a cafe-bar and shop on the ground floor, along with a large gallery and art library on the upper floor. During ''Moda za poneti'' (Fashion to go), an event that is being held couple of times during the year, you can treat yourself and your loved ones with an authentic and exclusive gifts. Gallery12 HUB - The G12HUB program structure combines exhibitions, live performances, streamed events, digital encounters, dialogues, debate, presentations and workshops with the aim of promoting cross media and trans disciplinary approaches to art production and interpretation. Beton Hala - or Concrete Hall (a name that makes sense once you see the row of white warehouse blocks it describes), stretches along the riverbank and now is occupied with upmarket contemporary restaurants, as well as providing an open waterside promenade during Belgrade’s hot summer months.

Belgrade is known as the City of Events. Its rich and diverse event calendar constantly invites citizens and guests from all over Europe and World to experience vibrant and live energy of Belgrade. Some of them have a tradition several decades long, and every year there are many new and interesting festivals in the city. 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. City Center, along Knez Mihailova Street, is the best for 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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