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Belgrade

Belgrade

If you have not been to Belgrade, this city will surprise you. European metropolis in the heart of the Balkans, Belgrade is proudly standing between two different worlds, East and West, never being one nor the other, with its unique mixture of the both. It is said that Belgrade is Berlin of the Balkans, a city with the energy of New York, urban capital of cool. Also known as the most perspective city in Europe, Belgrade is a hip dynamic city which embraces visitors from all around the world.

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Jevremovac Botanical garden

Pure relaxation and fulfillment opposite to hectic city life this Garden has each plant systematically labeled with the Greenhouse, peaceful Japanese Garden, Outdoor area, European garden, Glasshouse, Rock garden, Library and Kid’s corner inside. The botanical garden was founded in 1874 by the decree of the Ministry of Education of the Kingdom of Serbia, at the suggestion of Josif Pančić, famous botanist who also became its first manager. This is the perfect option and an ideal place if you want to spend a day in nature but not going to the countryside leaving all the bad thoughts at the entrance. Useful Information: Address: Takovska 43, Belgrade Opening hours: Every day 9:00 – 16:00 Entrance is free of charge on Sundays Website: https://jevremovac.bio.bg.ac.rs/home Phone: +381 64 823 7919 Email: garden@bio.bg.ac.rs

Leila Records and Books

Leila Records and Books bring 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.

Address
Kralja Petra 41
Mala fabrika ukusa

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.

Address
Nebojšina 49a
Supermarket Deli

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.

Address
Toplicin Venac 19
Big Fashion Shopping Center

Come and enjoy shopping in more than 100 shops on two levels with the most famous international and domestic brands, as well as a third level dedicated to dining, relaxation, and entertainment, with a great selection of restaurants, 8 cinema halls, a children’s playroom and a beautiful view of the Danube river. BIG CEE Serbia is a part of Big Shopping Centers Israel, which currently holds and manages 58 active shopping centers throughout the world, including 27 shopping centers in the USA and 3 in Serbia.

Address
Višnjička 84
Rajićeva Shopping Center

Rajićeva Shopping Center, located in the heart of the city, on the corner of three streets, Knez Mihailova, Kralja Petra and Uzun Mirkova, is sure to satisfy shopping needs of all Belgrade citizens while being the ideal destination for all those who want to enjoy both the downtown’s attractions, cultural manifestations and sophisticated shopping. Among the new 15,300 square meters of space, designed for appreciating the most beautiful part of the City, more than 80 new single and multi-brand stores and with renowned brands are waiting for you. Some of these brands will enter the Serbian market for the first time, making Raji?eva Shopping Center a strong fashionable center that will satisfy the most refined tastes. Beside famous brands, you will be able to relax in restaurants with the best views of the City, without losing sight of the importance of the location you have found yourself in.

Address
Kneza Mihaila 54

Airport Nikola Tesla

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is a hub for flag carrier Air Serbia, and many other companies. The airport is located six kilometers from the city center. Upon the arrival, bus lines, taxi services and shuttles are available for passengers.

Address
Surcin

Public transport

The Bus Plus system, the system of payment for public transportation during the day, consists of four options: 1. Buying plastic Bus Plus card that costs 250 dinars and also buying a credit for it. In this case, one card costs 89din. (time ticket). It lasts for 1 and a half hour and during that period it is possible to change lines, buses without any extra cost, but each time entering the bus the ticket has to be validated again. Validation of the ticket is just by pressing the Bus Plus card against the machine that is at each entrance. 2. Buying the paper Bus Plus card. In that case, there is the 1-day ticket (290din), 3-day ticket (740din) and 5-day ticket(1040din). That type of ticket lasts from the moment it has been bought and in that period of time (24h, 72h or 5 days) it is possible to change the lines, buses unlimited number of times. 3. Buying a card directly on the bus, from the driver. It is convenient to have the exact amount of 150 dinars per person or 200 dinars. The ticket is in a form of the receipt that is valid until you exit from the bus. 4. Paying with Mastercard PayPass. A similar procedure to the one with the plastic card. One ticket is 89dinars and the same procedure has to be repeated, pressing the card against the machine each time entering a bus, changing the lines. It is also valid for 1, 5 hour. The only difference is that paying with Mastercard PayPass is only possible for 1 person. There's an option of using one plastic card to pay for more than for 1 person. By choosing the ”group card” tab on the screen of the machine before validation.