Serbian capital with turbulent history, one of the Balkans’ key spotswhere the „melting pot“ melts the most!
Every city has its energy, being a life form on its own.What Belgrade offers is:
vibrant atmosphere on its sleepless streets, open-mindedness and hospitality. Belgrade stays awake late at night, and when awake – it is not quiet.

City’s (mainstream)

pride & joy!

Kalemegdan Fortress
and park

Strategically very important spot throughout the hectic history of Balkans
The most visited spot of the city and a large green picnic area
Beautiful view on the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers
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the bohemian quarter
its history starts in 1830 with the settlement of Gypsies and continues particularly after 1901 when prominent writers and actors starting visiting to the Skadarlija inns or kafanas every night
traditional cuisine and local orquestras playing brass, traditional and gipsy music to your ear
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Kosančićev venac
the oldest section of Belgrade outside the walls of the Kalemegdan fortress, covered with cobblestone and surrounded by historic buildings, a location to several movies
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Kafana (bistro) Question mark
the oldest of Belgrade inns, erected in 1823 in Balkan style, 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
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Church of
St. Sava

the largest Orthodox church in Serbia, dominates Belgrade’s cityscape, (the exterior complete in 2017, internal decoration of the building still work in progress)
construction of the church began in 1935, 340 years after the burning of Saint Sava’s remains by the Ottomans, and on the same place where the ashes were scattered
the greatest, 40days-long achievement of the construction process was lifting of the 4,000 ton central dome
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Our choice of (really cool)


Nikola Tesla Museum
Preserving the complete heritage of the greatest Serbian scientist and inventor, located in the heart of Belgrade, in a beautiful residential villa built in 1929 The Museum also holds the remains of Nikola Tesla
Residence of Prince Miloš
The architecture displays both the cultural forms of the Ottoman ruling elite, as well as the accelerating adoption of European culture which accompanied the struggle for national independence; one can marvel the painted decorative woodcarvings and rich decorative objects in the interior The permanent exhibition dedicated to the creator of the modern Serbian State Prince Miloš, and his illustrious role in the liberation from Ottoman rule (displaying a large number of works of art, lithographs, documentary material, furniture, and personal belongings of the members of the Obrenovic dynasty)
Residence of Princess Ljubica
The exhibition includes a selection of fine and applied art objects from the holdings of the Belgrade City Museum; the objects date from the 19th century and they are products of Western European and local artisan and industrial production The monodrama (a guided tour on private life of the ruling couple Prince Miloš and Princess Ljubica) „A Coffee with Princess Ljubica“ is performed in the authentic setting of the Residence of Princess Ljubica written and performed by the curator, can be arranged to be performed in any hour in English for the group of 10 people minimum (lasts 45min, check the current costs/should not be more than 10 EUR)
Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade
The Museum offers a representation of the most relevant artists, periods, movements and tendencies in Yugoslav and Serbian art of the 20th century, with an active role in the promotion of local art abroad
Zepter Museum Belgrade
Art scene in Serbia in the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the new millennium, located in a beautiful building that is one of rare examples of Berlin and Hungarian Secession in Belgrade
Museum Macura
In a natural ambience, in a village 23 km outside of Belgrade, surrounded by a park and an orchard with various fruits, a private collection of works of art of zenithism, yugo-dada, Belgrade neorealism, modern and conceptual art, neo-avantgarde… Refreshing atmosphere of non-professionalism and traditional hospitality creates an authentic experience of an authentic museum



Cycle tour by the river
Affordable and healthy way to feel Belgrade
Jevremovac Botanical Garden
An oasis of oxygen, peace, and beautiful flora
Savamala district
Belgrade’s creative hub with hipster spots, shops, bars, graffiti
Dorćol district
Old but trendy area with shady streets, galleries, shops and caffès
Novi bioskop Zvezda
A ruined old cinema screening good old movies for revolutionary yet romantic souls
Salon 5
Really, really fine dining

Cool & alternative

City tours

Alternative boat tour Check web or Whatsapp: +381 69 2535652
Belgrade Walking Tours
Various alternative tours

Local designers & manufacturers,

cool gift-shops

Choomich district
Alternative fashion made by locals, original gift shops, cosmetics, ceramics, and more!
Makadam concept store
Perfect gifts with modern yet Balkan aesthetics in a charming area
Gifts with cool aesthetics and sense of humour
Jevremova 25
Arty, cool, different – artists create, the shop donates
Vintage Smizla
The ultimate vintage shopping experience – what a place

Vegetarian&vegan places, healthy take-away & fast


Not just another


Strogi centar
Urban jungle corner, amazing murals, alternative crowd
Crowded, urban, typical Belgrade experience
Sinnerman jazz club
Live jazz&blues and quite special rooftop view
Rakia bar
All kinds of rakia, i.e. Serbian national drink
Samo pivo
Huge choice of quality beers, local ones included
Cozy and arty
Super cute alternative place with a special ambience

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