Belgrade Travel Guide

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Belgrade Things to Do

  • Kalemegdan

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Military Museum is located at the Kalemegdan in Belgrade. It was founded in 1878 and consists of – as the name says – military items. There are numerous ancient and modern items; from Roman swords and helmets, Greek helmets and daggers, and Serbian medieval weapons to modern guns, firearms, and soldier's uniforms and equipment. My personal...

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  • Knez Mihajlova street & Trg Republike

    One of the first brand that came to Serbia after the democratic changes after 2000... Trully affordable and stylish attire for both men and women.. very often good discounts. I liked the interior and the proximity to the main shops around it

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  • Stari Grad

    The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel (Serbian Cyrillic: Саборна црква Св. Архангела Михаила, read: Saborna crkva Sv. Arhangela Mihaila) is very important...

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Belgrade Restaurants

  • Local & traditional

    This restaurant is centrally located and very well attended, frequented by locals for lunch/dinner and for office breaks...They offer local Serbian cuisine and barbeque and very good local winesThe service is excellent, speak english and are very polite and attentive.Prices are very reasonable, as they generally are in Beograd.(Photos are taken...

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  • Time machine

    My work colleagues and I visited Skadarlija as part of our short visit to Belgrade by touristic agency. We had dinner there as part of their arrangement. Famous restaurant in bohemian quarter Skadarlija is Tri šešira (meaning Three hats). We have privilege to have dinner here. Design is traditional and it is located in old house from 19th century....

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  • Restaurant: ?

    This is one of the most famous restaurants in Belgrade, with what has to be the shortest name in the world (although there may be others with equally short names). The name results from an argument between the owner and the Orthodox cathedral across the street from it. The clergy were not happy with the restaurant using its name to advertise...

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Belgrade Nightlife

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  • Spanish/Latin-American theme

    Cantina de Frida (named after Mexican painter Frida Kahlo) is a trendy restaurant/club with a Spanish/Latin-American theme.It is located on the banks of the river Sava, and I went there for dinner one evening during my stay in Belgrade. More expensive than average, but good food and a nice atmosphere. I ordered a steak and it was OK; other options...

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  • For all friends

    Belgrade is famous with its nightlife. If you search in internet you’ll find many websites that have collected the bars, clubs, discos, etc. We were lucky to be located very close to one of the bar streets. Literally, there was a bar on every corner and between them too. We liked one, called Jimmy Woo. Young people were everywhere – inside,...

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  • Local food

    Skadarska was once known as the bohemian quarter of the Belgrade, and was the home of many Serbian poets, writers, and actors. Today, the short, curved and cobbled street is famous for its restaurants, musicians, and art galleries.I went there for dinner two times during my stay in Belgrade, and the restaurants offer typical Balkan cuisine – and...

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Belgrade Transportation

  • To the city center on foot

    Belgrade is realy huge city and local transport is quite challenging. Walking trough historical core in Belgrade downtown is such a touristic treat. But how to get there?! It is not so hard, just to mention that!If you comming from BAS Belgrade bus station or from Begrade central train station there is a way to go to Square of Republic without...

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  • Traveling by bus

    If you planning to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina (or vice verse) there is many bus lines daily between Belgrade and country, especially with towns in Republika Srpska. Mostly bus lines goes directly trough highway in Croatia and that makes bus rides comfortable and fast. For example, bus line Belgrade - Doboj (Republika Srpska, Bosnia and...

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  • A painless arrival.

    I flew from London to Belgrade with JAT airlines, the first time I had ever been to Serbia. My first impression of the country, as so often when travelling was the Nikola Tesla airport and it was very favourable. It is not huge, but modern and apparently well-organised. Baggage reclaim was quick, immigration formalities simple and with a smile...

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Belgrade Shopping

  • All in one

    Ušće Shopping Center is well known symbol of Belgrade. It is also modern shopping and entertainment center and it is biggest this kind complex in Serbia and Balkans too. In the same place there is more then 150 shops, modern entertainment center with multiplex cinema center with 11 different halls, bowling alley, cafes, bars, restaurants,...

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  • Permanent shopping center

    Belgrade Fair is popular place for shopping all year around for any possible reasons. This is large complex. One parts are reserved for different events and manifestations and others are permanent converted into shopping malls. That was halls 7 and 8. There is almost 110 different shops.Working hours: every day from 10 am till 10 pm. Lots of cloth...

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  • Slivovic

    Slivovoc is a liqueur that produced from plums,beside it there are liqueurs of peers,apricots,quinse and other fruits. To buy best quolity look for special shops ,there are at least two of them near hotel Moskva on Korol Milan street,you find there slivovic 12 year aged in oak barrels it's excellent.Buy it there don't count to find chiper in...

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Belgrade Local Customs

  • Yew Trees of the Congregation church

    During my exploration of historical core of Belgrade I was visiting St. Michael's Cathedral (you could find it and under name of the Congregation church). I was interesting to find out more about church but something else attract my attention too. I find many interesting details around church too. In front off church there are many trees. I notice...

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  • Murals of Belgrade

    Belgrade (meaning White city) is well known for its grey look but it had also and very colorful parts. All over city there are real art peaces on its mostly old walls. History of mural paintings in Belgrade date back to 1970. Belgrade artist Lazar Vujaklija was author of first mural in Belgrade. That first mural in Belgrade in street Bulevar kralja...

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  • Scares of Belgrade

    Belgrade is not city that streak you with your beauty. Many would probably say that is very ugly and gray. It takes time to growth to your heart! Did you know that Belgrade is one of oldest capital in Europe?! I found information that trace of fortification and settlement on location of today Belgrade can trace back even 7000 years. I found...

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Belgrade Warnings and Dangers

  • Pollution

    Belgrade is choked with traffic, and almost all of it very old cars with bad engines. About half of the cars are old Yugos, which pollute the air like the Trabants of East Berlin, leaving a pall of smog over the city, slowly choking its inhabitants to death. It's as bad as smoking 20-30 cigarettes a day, and the Serbs smoke lots of those too. With...

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  • Gypsies/Rroma

    The locals don't seem to like the Rroma, and will tell you that they are thieves. A large Rroma encampment was pointed out to me as we approached Belgrade, and it really looked a mess, but the Serb with me also pointed out that they all had satellite dishes and cars, more than many in Belgrade had. When I left the city I saw the camp again, and I...

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  • General Safety

    Belgrade is rated a medium risk by the US State Department, putting it on a par with most big cities in the world, safer than Warsaw and edgier than Oslo.Belgrade felt relaxed and safe. I felt very comfortable walking around at all times of the day and night. The worst problem seemed to be the traffic, which at some points was the most dangerous...

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Belgrade Tourist Traps

  • Serbian Currency

    If you plan to travel to Serbia you will not find any where to exchange your money if you are in in Croatia. Not in your hotel...not in a bank nor at an exchange office. None at Gatwick airport in UK either.So have a little with you if you plan to cross the border into Sebia. And in Serbia you really need to have some of the local currency. You...

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  • Taxi - From Nicola Tesla Airport to city...

    There are many unlicenced taxis in Belgrade, most of them in the airport. They all will be waiting you to leave the airport building and will surround you as you leave. They will charge over average. The best way to eliminate this trap is calling a licenced taxi which is registered to the Taxi Association. One of the registered taxi company in...

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  • TAXI

    Be careful with Taxi. Some of them might try to rip you off! And never enter a taxi that, beside it's company sign on roof, doesn't have an extra sign with a number and Belgrade symbol. That means that the taxi driver is registered with Taxi Associacion and it is less likely to trick you. If you use it and you sence something fishy, take a receipt...

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Belgrade What to Pack

  • It's hot in Belgrade

    Belgrade have a very warn climate in the summerrtime temperatures up to 40 C. Dress up in shorts and T-shirts, and drink a lot of water.

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  • TAKE WITH YOU DIFERENT KIND OF CLOTES.

    In Belgrade you can find many pharmacy shops. In Belgrade you can find beautiful beach on Sava Lake so called Belgrade sea. If you forget some of your clothes at home, don't worry, you can by anything you want in Belgrade shops.

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  • Something for every occasion

    Since there are many things to see and do, you'll need different things. Take along something comfy for long walks around the city, but don't forget to bring something for the wild night life in Belgrade as well. Anyway, don't worry, because whatever you forget to bring along, you can buy it in here, and probably much cheaper than back home (if...

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Belgrade Off The Beaten Path

  • Monastery Rakovica

    Rakovica Monastery complex consists of Archangel St. Michael’s Church and some additional buildings: three lodging buildings (Platonov, Ljubičin and Knežev), a refectory and monks’ cells (kelije). The date of construction of the monastery is unknown, and its foundation is connected with many national legends and myths. The first mention of the...

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  • Avala

    Avala mountain or more likely hill (because is only 511 m high and for only 11 m is not) is nice natural resort less then 20 km from city center (18 m precisely). It is nice and peaceful place and real contrast to city pavement. It is not just natural beauty that attract many people here then and his own cultural and historical significant. Natural...

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  • Avala

    I have been to Avala just outside of Belgrade twice, once in 2004 on a very hot summer day, and the second time in freezing wind in March 2013.Avala is situated on the Mountain Rudnik, which is 511 km above sea-level - 17 km outside of the city centre. The name "Avala" is not Serbian, but Turkish as so many words in the Serbian language. The Turks...

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Belgrade Sports & Outdoors

  • Street workout

    Street workout is new way of workout and lifestyle and that global movement engages many people in region. It is combination of gymnastic, acrobatic and some of free style of workout on open area. This sport can by engaged absolutely everyone, regardless of gender, age or physical condition. The sport is open to all. Is free, it has a remarkable...

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  • Beogradska Arena

    The main purpose for my trip to Belgrade was to follow Denmark in the European Championship in men’s handball, and during my 16 days stay I ended up watching 20 handball matches…The main round (Denmark’s group) and the finals were played at the Beogradska Arena (seating capacity of 20,000 – 25,000), located in Novi Beograd. It was official opened...

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  • Pionir Arena

    The main purpose for my trip to Belgrade was to follow Denmark in the European Championship in men’s handball, and during my 16 days stay I ended up watching 20 handball matches…The preliminary round (Denmark’s group) was played in Pionir Arena (capacity of 8,150 seats), which is located in the Belgrade's municipality of Palilula. The arena was...

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  • St. Michael's Cathedral

    Old town in Belgrade had many interesting corners. Architecture here are very divers and it reflected different epochs of development of Belgrade and it is treat for any architecture fan or expert. There is very different architectures style stand each other. St. Michael's Cathedral is real examples of Neoclassicism. That style is unusual for...

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  • Downtown

    Historical core of Belgrade is places of interest. Precisely, this is one part of historical center of Belgrade that connected area south from the Danube and east from the Sava river. There is very extensive and divers offers for visitors of choices when it comes to what to do and see. Many popular tourist attraction was there and popular...

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  • Belgrade Zoo

    The Belgrade Zoo is one of oldest zoos in Europe. Since 1936 Belgrade is home of very divers fauna. Official name of Belgrade zoo is The Belgrade Good Hope Garden. Belgrade Zoo have very unique location. It is settled among old walls of Belgrade fortress. It even have and streets with interesting names.

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