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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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Belgrade Fortress

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.

Address
Kalemegdan
Knez Mihailova & Republic Square

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.

Address
Knez Mihailova Street
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

City Center

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.

Address
Knez Mihailova Street
Ušće Shopping Center

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.

Address
Blvd Mihajla Pupina 4

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

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.