In 1928 famous artist Ivan Meštrović designed a sculpture to be set up as part of the drinking fountain on Terazije, but the public was against having a nude male figure set up in the city centre. After World War I the project was cancelled and thus the Victor was set up on Kalemegdan since than represents the most popular landmark in Belgrade. Plato next to the monument is among most crowded places in the city, where visitors love to make photos and enjoy the view to New Belgrade and Zemun.
Situated on the confluence of two international rivers, Danube and Sava, Belgrade offers great opportunities for river cruising. The Confluence itself represents one of the most attractive places in the city, just below the Belgrade Fortress, and right next to the Big War Island, an oasis of untouched nature. River banks never sleep: on numerous floating restaurants and clubs, visitors can enjoy the view, fish specialties, and local beverages.
Following the example of big cities around the world such as London and New York, Panoramic sightseeing by a helicopter is now available in Belgrade! In addition to the panoramic flights "Balkan Helicopters" offers charter flights to any location in Serbia and the region, as well as for special occasions such as celebrations, weddings and business meetings.
Located 16 kilometers from Belgrade, Avala Mountain is a true green oasis and perfect place to relax and enjoy the nature. On the top of the 506 meters high mountain there is a Monument of the Unknown Hero built by the famous sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, on the place of old medieval fortress Zrnovo. One of the symbols of Belgrade is Avala Tower, 205 meters high, which dominates the area. Every weekend visitors can enjoy half day excursions organized by "Lasta", or make individual tours to experience an amazing view from the top of the Tower.
For art enthusiasts, the city is a muse. The rich history and tradition of Belgrade became an inspiration to create different artistic content that will adorn the future Sava Promenade. Take a walk through this picturesque urban corner, and whilst enjoying the view of the Sava River, you will be welcomed by experiences that stimulate the senses. The Sava Promenade is a point on the map of Belgrade, which combines culture and art, tradition and modern. It is a place where life is blooming.
Beton Hala (Concrete Hall) stands in 2-4 “Karadjordjeva” street, on the bank of Sava river, and represents the most exclusive part of Savamala. Former warehouses turned into fine dining restaurants and contemporary designed venues located one next to another, attract international attraction. Awarded chefs, signature dishes, industrial and modern interior make this place a must visit in Belgrade, when it comes to both: nightlife and gastronomy.
The oldest of Belgrade inns, The Question mark, is located in Kralja Petra Street 6 and is one of the symbols of Belgrade. Erected in 1823 as the property of Prince Miloš Obrenović, it was built by “masters from Grezia” in the Balkans style. It had changed owners and names since 1878. First it was called “At the Shepherd’s” in 1878, then in 1892 “At the Cathedral Church” but church authorities protested so the owner put the question mark sign at the door as a temporary solution and it remained there to this day. It housed the first billiards game in Belgrade in 1834 and was the first reading room for the “Serbian Papers” from the same year. Restaurant “Znak Pitanja” is located in the heart of Belgrade. Its atmosphere and its charm make it an iconic gathering place for Serbian bohemians. The offer of the restaurant includes the specialties of national cuisine and excellent drinks that are simply irresistible. The restaurant also includes two open gardens that offer an ideal ambience for a complete delight. The restaurant’s gardens, and also some of the tables in the restaurant, have a spectacular view over Saborna Church. Our recommendation from our offer is all grilled dishes and “Vodenicarska Muckalica” (a traditional Serbian dish with meat and vegetables).
The life at the ridge over the confluence of the Sava and Danube has lasted for over two millenniums. The core of today’s two million agglomerations is the Belgrade Fortress and the Kalemegdan Park. They form a unique spatial entity with clearly visible remains of the Fortress divided into Upper and Lower Town, with two distinct styles – elements of medieval architecture combined with dominant baroque solutions typical for the 18th century. The Kalemegdan Park, Large and Little, developed in the area that once was the town field, are the place for rest and joy. The Belgrade Fortress and the Kalemegdan Park together represent a cultural monument of exceptional importance, the area where various sport, cultural and arts events take place, and are fun and joy for all generations of Belgraders and numerous visitors of the city.
The Republic Square is literally the epicenter of the city, being surrounded by 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. Inside tip: When strolling along Knez Mihailova, make a turn toward Kosančićev venac, the oldest section of Belgrade outside Belgrade fortress. You’ll be delighted with the elbow-shaped street where Countess Ljubica’s Residence, Patriarchal See of the Serbian Orthodox Church and Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel will make your heart skip a beat with its graceful beauty.
Skadarlija is an old bohemian quarter of Belgrade, which is vibrant and live 24/7. It arose during the 19th century, with a large number of inns (called "kafana"), and since then, has been a gathering spot of the most renowned personalities in Belgrade. It is frequently compared to the Montmartre of Paris - both in appearance, and atmosphere. In all the inns, a visitor may taste typical Serbian food, drink local vines and listen to live traditional music till the early morning hours. Skadarlija restaurants have hosted many celebrities over the decades, such as Alfred Hitchcock, Jimi Hendrix, Josip Broz Tito, King Juan Carlos I of Spain, chess player Anatoly Karpov and many others. Best known kafanas are Šešir moj (This old hat of mine), Tri šešira (Three Hats), Dva jelena (Two Deer), Zlatni bokal (The Golden Chalice), Ima dana (There will be days) and Dva bela goluba (Two White Doves). The present Skadarlija, a short and curved street, is a remarkable Belgrade tourist attraction. Since 1993, the official opening of the summer season in Skadarlija has been marked by rising a "bohemian flag". The ceremony is always attended by celebrities, including popular and opera singers, actors, and artists.
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.
The most dominant feature of modern Vračar is the second largest Orthodox church in the world, Temple of Saint Sava. Its construction shaped not just the present appearance of the plateau, but also the skyline of the entire Belgrade and it is visible from most parts of the city. Plateau has been reshaped in the early 2000s, with fountains, marble access roads to the temple with pillars and children playgrounds added, while the already existing monument to the leader of the First Serbian Uprising, Karađorđe. The plateau is also the location of the National Library of Serbia and Karađorđev Park (Karadjordje’s Park), with the craftsmen settlement of Gradić Pejton and the bohemian quarter of Čubura nearby.
Once a separate city now famous part of Belgrade for its river taverns and restaurants, specific atmosphere and tasteful dishes made of fish, fresh from the river Danube. In the Main street is a Homeland museum and Madlenianum Opera and Theatre. On the bank of Danube, Zemunski kej, is a kilometers long promenade, with barges-cafés, amusement park and formerly largest hotel in Belgrade, Hotel Jugoslavija, now home to Grand Casino. At night, these barges-cafés are the epicentre of night life, and they are open till dawn. Gardoš Tower is the most recognizable symbol of Zemun that offers panoramic view of Belgrade and a pleasant rest from the sounds of city traffic. This neighborhood preserved its old looks, with narrow, mostly cobblestone streets and individual residential houses.
The museum preserves the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla and is located in the heart of Belgrade, in a beautiful residential villa built in 1929, designed by the notable Serbian architect Dragiša Brašovan. In accordance with Tesla’s last will and testament, his heritage was moved to Belgrade in 1951. The permanent exhibit consists of the original documents, books, magazines, plans and drawings of the greatest Serbian inventor. This is an extremely valuable collection containing over 160,000 original documents, 2,000 books and magazines, 1,200 historical and technical items, 1,500 photographs and glass photoplates, original technical items, instruments and devices, 1,000 plans and drawings.
The Royal Palace was built between 1924 and 1929, on orders by King Alexander I, as the official royal residence. It is designed in the Serbian-Byzantine style, surrounded by pergolas, park terraces, pools, a pavilion and a concert terrace. Located on the ridge of a hill, it provides a magnificent view of Dedinje, the Košutnjak forest, Topčider and Avala. Within the same complex, a residence for sons of King Alexander I had been built and named the White Palace. Its salons are arranged in the styles of Louis XV and Louis XVI and it contains a valuable art collection including notable art works by Rembrandt, Fromentin, Vouet, Poussin, Bourdou, Jakšić, Meštrović and many others. It also contains the Royal Library that once housed around 35,000 books and the Ceremonial Dining Hall set up in the Chippendale style. The palace complex also contains the Royal Family Church modeled after the Church of the Monastery of St. Andrew on Treska in Macedonia. Palaces are open for visits on weekends, during the tourist season, as it is a home of His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia and his family.
A magnificent edifice of the Kolarac Foundation, also the seat of the People’s University, was built in 1932 making it a place with a long the tradition of knowledge, culture, music and dedication. The Music Centre promotes music culture in Belgrade, and the Concert Hall holds more than 250 concerts a year. Until nowadays, more than 15,000 concerts have been held with 10,000 soloists, more than 2,400 ensembles and orchestras with over 1,000 conductors. Over 27,000 different compositions have been performed. In the course of the year more than 300 various music programmes, recitals, lectures, formal academies are organised in the Grand Concert Hall, attended by more than 100,000 visitors. The lecturing activity of the Kolarac Foundation is dedicated to promoting and popularizing culture, science and art. By organizing various programmes, it fosters the features of its own cultural identity and the identity of other nations, thus contributing to building a culture of awareness.
For years now, the Night of Museums is the most visited cultural event, which deals with museums and cultural heritage in a very interesting way. This is unique cultural spectacle held in more than 120 cities around the world, including Belgrade which joined in 2005. During last year's European Night of Museums more than 1900 museums from 45 states took part to promote valuable cultural heritage! During one single night 68 locations in Belgrade and 45 towns in Serbia will bring together more than 270 cultural institutions – museums, galleries and exhibition spaces with a total of 419 events.
Mikser Festival is the largest regional festival of creativity and innovation in this part of Europe. Festival takes place in Savamala area, and includes exhibitions, cultural events, conferences, educational courses and lectures. The central point is Mikser House, the most famous concept place in Belgrade.
Usually held in the last week of October, in Dom Omladine venue (the Youth Cultural Centre) Belgrade Jazz Festival is one the most important cultural events in the city. Jazz Fest gathers renowned international musicians and includes a midnight program, jam sessions, photo exhibitions, a film program, and jazz workshops.
Belgrade Fashion Week is a commercial, promotional and artistic fashion event on the Balkans, created and inspired by similar established international events. Established in 1996, it is organised twice a year at the end of October and in March. Given that fashion is a global phenomenon, BFW focuses on both national and international levels by enabling each season the exchange of ideas and know-how from different designers and brands. Therefore, BFW advocates the continual education, involving all factors on the fashion scene. BFW gathers round the most important Serbian designers and fashion companies, renowned foreign brand present on the local market, interesting international fashion designers, talented young designers and fashion design students, business people from the domains of fashion industry and media.
Guitar Art is an international classical guitar festival held every year since 2001. GuitarArt includes practical classes and theoretical lectures held by worldwide masters of the instrument, exhibitions, a competition of young guitarists, concerts every evening, and a midnight guitar art café every night.
Belgrade Music Festival BEMUS covers various classical music concerts as well as operas, choirs, traditional music, and children's workshops. Music lovers should try not to miss at least some of the events taking place within it. Founded in 1969, the Belgrade Music Festival – BEMUS is one of the oldest and the most prominent music festival in Serbia and one of the most distinctive classical music festivals in the South-Eastern Europe. Enjoying the position of a cultural event of special importance for the City of Belgrade, BEMUS has been member of the European Festivals Association (EFA) since 2002. Belgrade has hosted some of the most prominent ensembles and soloists of our time – Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, Orchestra RAI Torino, New York Philharmonic... as well as Gidon Kremer & Kremerata Baltica, Camerata Salzburg, Il Giardino Armonico, Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Peking Opera, Kronos Quartet, Béjart Ballet, Eifman Ballet... Martha Argerich, Zubin Mehta, Nelson Freire, Melvin Tan, Stephen Kovacevich, Hakan Hårdenberger, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Mischa Maisky, Elsabeth Leonskaya, Maksim Vengerov, Julian Rachlin, Renaud Capuçon, Leonidas Kavakos...
Rakija Fest is an International Fair of rakija and the strongest flavors of Serbia which also includes traditional food, young Balkan designers exhibition and musical performances. Rakija Fest is the most visited and most professional fair of its kind and is completely dedicated to rakija from the region. It presents the most important producers of rakija from Serbia and abroad, as well as displaying selected producers of delicacies. Rakija Fest has primarily an educational character, which is reflected in numerous creative workshops and lectures by eminent experts in the field of production, promotion and placement of spirits. Rakija Fest is held under the auspices of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and with the support of the Tourist Organization of Belgrade. Many visitors have a chance to try the rakija, traditional delicacies and other interesting products. Therefore Rakija Fest presents overall a meeting place for experts on local gastronomic offers.
Belgrade Latino Marathon is a manifestation which promotes Latino dances in Belgrade, Serbia and the region, introduces Belgrade dance shools and aims to position Serbian Capital as a Latino destination. The Festival doesn't have a competition program, and is held on the open space of the Belgrade's Republic Square.
Belgrade Design Week aims to encourage the education and reeducation in the field of design and creative industries by inviting the most relevant professionals to participate the international conference, organizing workshops for professionals and students and panels and round tables for experts, co-producing and bringing important international exhibitions. Belgrade Design Week festival was initiated and founded in 2006 by the Citizen’s Association “Design Week”, and since then it is responsible for it’s program concept and organization. BDW tends to connect the creative industries and the world of business without bias, and support Serbia’s and South East Europe’s regional creative development, partnering with both the private and public sectors from all over the world.
Belgrade Book Fair is held every year in October, at Belgrade Fair, and is the oldest event in the country with more than six decades long tradition. Local and regional and world book publishers present the latest accomplishments, while visitors have a chance to buy books at bargain prices and talk with favorite contemporary writers. Fair provides collaboration opportunities to publishers, authors, book stores and distributors, and share contacts, experiences and make business deals.
The first day of January is an important day for Belgrade citizens who traditionally celebrate it with friends and neighbors in Svetogorska Street, on this day known as the Street of an Open Heart. The main program takes place in front of the theatre Atelje 212 where numerous actors, artists, musicians and entertainers will perform for visitors. Open Heart Street has been organized since 1988/89, and is one of the most important events in Belgrade due to its charity character.
Belgrade Beer Fest is the biggest beer festival in Southeastern Europe. Within 5 days, approximately 500.000 people visit the festival daily. The large number of visitors is mostly due to basic festival principles: free entrance, an exceptional music program, and a wide range of foreign and domestic beer brands. Belgrade Beer Fest was founded in year 2003. Definitely one of the things you should try not to miss. An around-the-clock celebration of beer and good times, Belgrade Beer Fest combines a great location with friendly prices, a great crowd of all ages and backgrounds, a good music program and, of course, outstanding beer.
WINE JAM ® is an Urban Wine Culture Festival made in Belgrade, which takes place in various locations across the city. Since then more and more people respond to that way of wine communication and by now Wine Jam has been held several times and now, with partners from other countries, Wine Jam aims to spread wine culture and attract new people to enjoy wine.
Being the traditional Belgrade manifestation, the Belgrade Boat Carnival promotes the nautical life of the Capital, welcoming guests who visit our city by boats and dedicates the Carnival to the Sava and Danube rivers and their Confluence. Event includes a parade of decorated river boats and cruises, carnival groups various music concerts and entertainment for children. The Boat Festival takes place at the end of the summer.
From the very beginning, the essential part of this mission was to bring science closer to non-scientific audience and to provoke interest in scientific work, and furthermore in understanding its impacts in everyday life. Countless scientific exhibitions, lectures, interactive presentations, well-known contributing lecturers, enthusiastic audience and more than 120,000 visitors from 2007 to the present, are the best proofs that we have succeeded whereas ever growing interest in our programs confirm that we are successfully pursuing this worthy endeavour. Since 2007 our Festival is a member of European Science Events Association (EUSEA) and in 2015, the EUSEA Annual Conference took place in Belgrade, Serbia, hosted by the Serbia Science Festival.
The ambient of Mala fabrika ukusa (The Little Factory of Taste) is very pleasant, warm and bright and it reminiscent of grandma's dining room. The walls are decorated with jars and bottles where people usually put homemade juice and jams. Although the restaurant is oriented towards the national cuisine, you can also order selected international specialties.
Sometimes all you need is good bite in friendly atmosphere. In other words, to unwind and enjoy simple things in life, like unapologetic pleasure and easy-going socializing. Deli aspires to do just that - manifest a pleasurable experience that nourishes all five senses. We want you to take a international cuisine tour through Deli gastro experience, from colorfould Mexican tortilla and nachos to the Indonesian spicy noodles with seafood. At Deli's shelves we offer you the best homemade products - grandmother's tea cakes, quality domestic beer, varied selection of rakija and wine from best Serbian cellars. On our shelves you can take something as a souvenir, knowing you took as a present the best from Serbia. La vita may be dolce, but also too short to not eat good food.
Šešir moj (This Old Hat of Mine) has the best atmosphere since it reminiscent the spirit of old Belgrade elegance. It is recognizable after its colorful flower arrangement and its gallery of paintings, part of restaurant's decoration. Restaurant ambient is enriched with live music every evening. Besides the atmosphere, restaurant is also known after excellent authentic Serbian cuisine and its grilled specialties.
Ambar is the first modern, international chain of Balkan cuisine restaurants. Inside its two locations in Belgrade and Washington DC, Ambar blends tradition and heritage with creativity and modern design. The result is an unforgettable visitor experience that reaches all the senses with delicious food, unbelievable drinks and an atmosphere that blends comfort and high style. From rich food, fine furniture, interior design and the widest choice of the finest Balkan rakias, to our first class service – every detail is meticulously woven into an unique experience that will leave you breathless. Welcome to the best of the Balkans
Madera is a restaurant with a beautiful garden in the center of the city, with the view on Tasmajdan Park. that offers Serbian and international specialities with a good selection of wines from every region. Live music performed by selected artists makes you fully enjoy the evenings.
Manufacture, the production process founded on the principle of the processing of material by hands; through history, it was mostly related to rural areas where people performed various kinds of manufacture. The restaurant is located in the heart of the city, in one of the most beautiful streets in Belgrade. Known for inspiring ambiance and fantastic local food, the restaurant is one of the best known in the city.
'Whereyoueatwell Lorenzo and KAKALAMBA' is the original space with the unique conception based on the conflict between Florence and Pirot. Once you satisfy your gourmet appetite you will notice around a multitude of interesting details, from goat witch is peacefully grazing grass on the ceiling, through the comic reproductions of the famous Florentine sculptures to the fantastic paintings of the famous Botero.
Reastaurant Enso is a fine dining restaurant located in a peaceful part of Belgrade, near city center, in Mitropolita Petra 8 street. The restaurant philosophy is based on harmony of tastes and international cuisine. Comfortable and warm interior will make you feel cozy and enhance the pleasure. We are especially proud of our wine selection that you can match perfectly with your delicious meal.
The restaurant chain belonging to the best player in the world, Novak Djokovic, attracts with its pleasant, tennis atmosphere. The international cuisine restaurant with an extraordinary combination of different flavors, authentic interior and excellent service make it unique and favorite among all generations. Salads, whose rich colors, vitamins and dressings will surprise you. Pastas and sauces that will touch the most refined taste buds. Steaks are marinated with many tested worldly techniques. A special gluten-free menu! Rich range of quality wines from the world's most famous regions. Perfect coffees... Desserts that will close the magic circle, will make you feel special and happy. Visit us and discover for yourself...
Restaurant Durmitor National home was built in 1993 at the current site in the center of the business world in New Belgrade and eventually got the look that has today. Here you can enjoy a wide selection of national dishes and specialties among which are the veal and goat pie, potato pie, homemade bread pie, steak in olive oil, daily cooked meals, barbecue, homemade cakes. Our offer also is a large selection of local and international drinks. We are especially proud of the wine list, which contains over 100 kinds of wine.
Leila Records and Books brings together admirers of artwork, books, records and hi – fi technology. Furniture is a Dutch style, in a unique combination with graffiti of young Belgrade artists who made a composition of details from the tiles. The biggest part of the shop is devoted to records. This Belgrade cafe displays and sells arts and limited edition handcrafts such as souvenirs, sculptures and paintings.
Amphora is a stylish and cozy à la carte restaurant where you can enjoy the specialties of fresh seafood and freshwater fish, but also international dishes with a wide selection of quality wines and desserts extraordinary taste. The luxury restaurant consists of its unique location on the Danube, as well as the possibility of learning about other cultures through cuisine and music.
Mandarina Cake Shop was created for all those who believe that life is made up of small pleasures and it quickly became a sweet daily delight for many. The youngest star on Belgrade pastry scene, tucked away in one of the most beautiful parts of town, Gracanicka Street, Mandarina Cake Shop offers a unique gastronomic experience to those who know that it is little things that make a big difference.
Villa Maska consists of a café, restaurant and a club, structured on three levels. The ambient represents oriental style with brick walls and old, but comfortable furniture. The best thing is that visitors can buy almost every piece of furniture that surrounds Villa Maska, since it serves as a commercial gallery, at the same time.
Moritz Eis produces 100% natural, artisanal sorbet and ice creams, free of colourants and additives. We cherry-pick and than carefully craft natural ingredients into both traditional and unpredictable delicious flavor combinations. Whenever we can e source our raw materials from small producers or growers directly, in line with principle of sustainability and the "slow food" movement.
The best local food from all parts of Serbia - prosciutto and kajmak from Zlatibor, original yellow hard cheese and ironed sausage from Pirot, sujuk from Sjenica, ajvar, cevapi, smoked trout and Carp and much more. You will also be delighted by excellent offer of vegetarian food. The best wines from Serbia with a specific taste, Tamjanika, Prokupac, Malina, Bermet, beers from small Serbian craft brewers are only adding to the experience. On Friday and Saturday night, be sure to visit Mezze and you can expect live music and great time.
Night club Brankow is situated in a bit strange place, inside of Branko’s Bridge. Brankow is the night club which attracts public attention immediately, because of its combination of urban and avangard. Great jazz, funk and pop musicians make this club appealing to everybody. An hour after midnight, music program changes and DJs take over the stage and warm up atmosphere until early morning hours.
Disco Bar Mladost is a part of Savamala, the part of the city known as District Design. From the outside, Bar gives away different impression due to the old architecture, because inside it is a modern club with contemporary design. Mladost has two bars, upper in street level, and another in a basement, with possibility of playing different kind of music in the same time.
In the heart of Savamala, one of the best and most interesting bars, Transit Bar, perfectly combines three elements - a restaurant, a lounge bar and a nightclub. In the evening Transit works as a night club, and there is a variety of music and entertainment to suit every taste. Friday and Saturday are reserved for the great clubbing atmosphere with house, deep house and tech house sounds, they are responsible for some of the best and most current Belgrade DJs.
Rakia Bar is globally unique bar concept in which the finest fruit distillates are always served with creative, expertly paired food, in a contemporary setting that is sure to delight your senses. Rakia Bar offers the best of the best of the Serbian national drink, and is the only place where you can try brands: Selekcija, Vilina Trava, Malena, along with dozens of different types of Rakia. No worries, small bites "meze" comes along! Rakija Bar is located in Dobracina Street in the center of Belgrade and Magistarski Trg in Zemun.
Bajloni & Beyond is a magical little place, created for delight - enjoying morning coffee, fine food and fresh juice in our garden, tasting exquisite vine in the evening and experiencing live music which brings out the best of your emotions. Once a renowned BIP alehouse, despite being fully renovated, Bajloni managed to capture the rustic appearance of a typical Skadarlija tavern, with a tinge of Parisian bistro charm. The garden, placed in the shade of birch trees, is just the garden you have always been dreaming about - a romantic place stripped of the burden of your everyday life, a gathering place for sparkling minds and serene souls, people who emit their wonderful energy onto everyone around them.
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.
UŠĆE Shopping Center is the biggest shopping center in Serbia. It is ideally positioned at the point where the old part of Belgrade meets the modern one. On its six levels, there are over 145 shops, cafes, supermarket, and Cineplexx the biggest cinema in Belgrade. After a superb shopping day, you can refresh in one of the cozy cafes or restaurants, or exercise in the Kocovic Fitness Academy. Shopping here brings the greatest pleasure, because UŠĆE Shopping Center is the place for all your wishes.
In most diverse shops visitors can find popular domestic and international brands, latest collections, home appliances and other items. In its dazzling modern interior, filled with palm trees and bathing in light, visitors can find enjoyment seven days a week, from 10 to 10. Shops, a multiplex cinema, a children’s playground, cafés and restaurants - all this can make your shopping a top fun experience. This is why Delta City was named the best mall in Europe.
Stadion Shopping Center combines two passions in one place, shopping and football. On the rooftop of this shopping mall, there is a big football stadion with a capacity of 5.000 seats. The most popular brands are available in the shopping area. This mall offers 800 parking places on two underground levels.
Belgrade Design District can be described as the fashion Mecca of Belgrade designers. It is an inspirational space and art center where visitors are introduced with the work of upcoming power of Serbian fashion industry. Belgrade Design District has around 30 shops that offer unique fashion items and accessories, jewelry, home decoration and art objects made by Budislava Keković, Ana Ljubinković, Atelje Alternativa, Jasmina Vujović, Peđa Nerić, Emilija Petrović, Fashion Victime, Ivana Rabrenović and many others. During your visit, you can chat with designers who will be more than willing to give free fashion tips and suggestions or you can order custom-made fashion items. Here you can hear more about the latest fashion trends, chill out or attend fashion shows and other fashion events.
Gradstor – Design Hub is a space which promotes and presents works by local artists and designers. It operates as a showroom and gallery complete with a small café. Through its permanent exhibitions as well as monthly programs it will present current collections of clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories, household thingies etc. In addition to local authors Gradstor Design Hub also introduces international brands and designers as well as collaborations between domestic and foreign designers and artists. Within the monthly program lectures and workshops by guest artists and designers will be organised.
Belgrade has an extensive public transport network, including buses, trolley buses and trams. A single ticket during the day costs 72 RSD for zones 1 or 2, and 114 RSD for both. At night, or between midnight and 4 am in the morning, a ticket sets you back 145 DIN in either zone 1 or 2, and 205 RSD if you need to travel to or through both.