– Airport “Nikola Tesla”, Belgrade – 18 km
– Bus station / train station – 1.8 km
– Pedestrian area – 50 m
Belgrade – info
Belgrade – Belgrade is a city of turbulent past, inimitable present and bright future. When you once come, and when you see and feel the spirit of this white city, you will want to come back. You will love its streets full of past and people that make this city so unique. The witness of that is Kalemegdan, the city fortress, around which the modern Belgrade developed. Kalemegdan is a museum of past of this city, and with Kalemgdan valley it makes unique culturally historical complex within Kalemegdan park.
Knez Mihajlova street, one of the most beautiful Belgrade streets, is a pedestrian area and commercial center. In the Roman time this street was a center of Singidunum settlement, and in the Ottoman era streets full of gardens, fountains and mosques meandered all around. Today it represents a place where you will choose a café to take a rest, have a drink and continue your walking in the direction you imagined.
You must visit the old bohemian part of the city, Skadarlija that was set up in the end of the 19th and at the beginning of 20th century, when its taverns were the confluence of the most known people of cultural Belgrade. U Skadarliju, nekada omiljeno sastajalište pesnika, slikara, umetnika svih fela, Nowadays Skadarlija is an ideal place for people of good taste, eager to taste domestic kitchen and to enjoy the good atmosphere.
If you are looking for a place to start a long, crazy night or you just want to relax and have a coffee in some peaceful place in Belgrade, we are recommending you to visit some of the coffee bars in the Serbian capital – some of fancy places in the “Silicon valley” (Strahinjica Bana Street) in Dorcol, or rafts aligned on Sava River and Danube.
Each moment in this city can tell a story to a careful listener. Enjoy your stay in Belgrade and your exploration of this city. We hope that Belgrade will captivate you by its charm and that it will become your favorite city in the Balkans, to which you will always gladly come around.
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