Provided by: Tourist Organization of Belgrade
Section in Belgrade
Do & See
Belgrade has an abundance of cultural attractions and a wide range of events that draw visitors from across Europe. Enjoy the view from the Belgrade Fortress; walk down Knez Mihailova or Skadarska street; indulge your senses in one of our national restaurants with domestic dishes, wines and music that will undoubtedly make you dance; visit some of the bars, night & disco clubs where the entertainment lasts till dawn and just when you start feeling like you want to lie down, smell of fresh coffee will invite you back. Enjoy the rivers, parks, museums, theatres…and make sure to schedule your visit around some of many events in Belgrade.

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: Phone: +381 64 823 7919 Email:
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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.
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Ada Ciganlija

Ada Ciganija is the most famous summer resort in Belgrade. Once an island, now a peninsula, Ada is the largest, most beautiful and one of the most visited places in Belgrade. After stepping into Ada, you will enter the world of fun, relaxation and recreation situated in a small, quiet oasis in the midst of the city. The Lake is surrounded by more than 7 km of beaches awarded with the Blue Flag for the quality of the beach, and offers all possibilities for spending hot summer days in the city. During summer, Ada Ciganlija becomes like a small city with daily population of more than 100,000 visitors (300,000 visitors during weekend) who come here to swim, run, play all kinds of sports or just enjoy a hot summer afternoon while sipping cold drinks in cafes. In autumn and winter, Ada Ciganlija is mostly desolate, but a beautiful promenade, flanked by cafes and nightclubs. During the winter the lake often freezes, but skating is not permitted because the ice sheet is to thin. Ada Ciganlija has more than 50 open-air sports fields, including golf course, and cable-ski circuit. There are football pitches, tennis courts, handball, volleyball and basketball courts, as well as baseball, rugby and hockey pitches, also facilities for the extreme sports of bungee-jumping, wall-climbing and paintball. In addition, numerous restaurants, preserving tradition of the city, offer fish specialties, while bars and splavs in the evenings turn into clubs with all-night entertainment. Adventure lovers and those who enjoy the nature and outdoor activities will most certainly have fun! Adventure Park Phone: 064 82 10 218 Bungee Jumping Phone: 064 19 68 414 Ada Safari, sports fishing Phone: 011 35 48 214
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No different than Parisian - Montparnasse , Milanese - Cerano Dodici, Navigli District , Berlin - Kreuzberg , Lisabon - Bairro Alto , Istanbul - Beyoglu , Nederlands - The Veemarktkwartier , Helsinki - Kallio and Punavuori , London - Queens Park Design District , New York's - Soho , Savamala District offers a variety of night clubs, bars and cafes, but also is presented as a cultural and design heart of Belgrade, a true district that will boost your brain cells to the max. Savamala is the synonym for Belgrade's urban culture. Among wide streets, river bank and beautiful old facades, many trendy clubs recently opened as exclusive night-life places, make this neighborhood the hottest district in the City. Geozavod building is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, constructed between in 1905 and in 1907 in the spirit of eclecticism with prominent elements of baroque and Art Nouveau. The building is one of the best examples of contemporary Serbian architecture, and today it is a protected monument. Mikser House is one of Savamala’s most prominent venues, a design center and performance space occupying a vast wood-floored warehouse, is a host of annual music event called ''Mixer Festival'' that gathers thousands of visitors from all over Europe. KC Grad - serves as a creative hub, moved into the old warehouse which today houses a cafe-bar and shop on the ground floor, along with a large gallery and art library on the upper floor. During ''Moda za poneti'' (Fashion to go), an event that is being held couple of times during the year, you can treat yourself and your loved ones with an authentic and exclusive gifts. Gallery12 HUB - The G12HUB program structure combines exhibitions, live performances, streamed events, digital encounters, dialogues, debate, presentations and workshops with the aim of promoting cross media and trans disciplinary approaches to art production and interpretation. Beton Hala - or Concrete Hall (a name that makes sense once you see the row of white warehouse blocks it describes), stretches along the riverbank and now is occupied with upmarket contemporary restaurants, as well as providing an open waterside promenade during Belgrade’s hot summer months.
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Saint Sava Temple

The most dominant feature of modern Vračar is the second largest Orthodox church in the world, Temple of Saint Sava. Its construction shaped not just the present appearance of the plateau, but also the skyline of the entire Belgrade and it is visible from most parts of the city. Plateau has been reshaped in the early 2000s, with fountains, marble access roads to the temple with pillars and children playgrounds added, while the already existing monument to the leader of the First Serbian Uprising, Karađorđe. The plateau is also the location of the National Library of Serbia and Karađorđev Park (Karadjordje’s Park), with the craftsmen settlement of Gradić Pejton and the bohemian quarter of Čubura nearby.
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Once a separate city now famous part of Belgrade for its river taverns and restaurants, specific atmosphere and tasteful dishes made of fish, fresh from the river Danube. In the Main street is a Homeland museum and Madlenianum Opera and Theatre. On the bank of Danube, Zemunski kej, is a kilometers long promenade, with barges-cafés, amusement park and formerly largest hotel in Belgrade, Hotel Jugoslavija, now home to Grand Casino. At night, these barges-cafés are the epicentre of night life, and they are open till dawn. Gardoš Tower is the most recognizable symbol of Zemun that offers panoramic view of Belgrade and a pleasant rest from the sounds of city traffic. This neighborhood preserved its old looks, with narrow, mostly cobblestone streets and individual residential houses.
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Mezze Cafe & Restaurant

The best local food from all parts of Serbia - prosciutto and kajmak from Zlatibor, original yellow hard cheese and ironed sausage from Pirot, sujuk from Sjenica, ajvar, cevapi, smoked trout and Carp and much more. You will also be delighted by excellent offer of vegetarian food. The best wines from Serbia with a specific taste, Tamjanika, Prokupac, Malina, Bermet, beers from small Serbian craft brewers are only adding to the experience. On Friday and Saturday night, be sure to visit Mezze and you can expect live music and great time.
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The Royal Palace

The Royal Palace was built between 1924 and 1929, on orders by King Alexander I, as the official royal residence. It is designed in the Serbian-Byzantine style, surrounded by pergolas, park terraces, pools, a pavilion, and a concert terrace. Located on the ridge of a hill, it provides a magnificent view of Dedinje, the Košutnjak forest, Topčider, and Avala. Within the same complex, a residence for sons of King Alexander I had been built and named the White Palace. Its salons are arranged in the styles of Louis XV and Louis XVI and it contains a valuable art collection including notable artworks by Rembrandt, Fromentin, Vouet, Poussin, Bourdou, Jakšić, Meštrović and many others. It also contains the Royal Library that once housed around 35,000 books and the Ceremonial Dining Hall set up in the Chippendale style. The palace complex also contains the Royal Family Church modeled after the Church of the Monastery of St. Andrew on Treska in Macedonia. Palaces are open for visits on weekends, during the tourist season, as it is a home of His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia and his family.
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A magnificent edifice of the Kolarac Foundation, also the seat of the People’s University, was built in 1932 making it a place with a long the tradition of knowledge, culture, music and dedication. The Music Centre promotes music culture in Belgrade, and the Concert Hall holds more than 250 concerts a year. Until nowadays, more than 15,000 concerts have been held with 10,000 soloists, more than 2,400 ensembles and orchestras with over 1,000 conductors. Over 27,000 different compositions have been performed. In the course of the year more than 300 various music programmes, recitals, lectures, formal academies are organised in the Grand Concert Hall, attended by more than 100,000 visitors. The lecturing activity of the Kolarac Foundation is dedicated to promoting and popularizing culture, science and art. By organizing various programmes, it fosters the features of its own cultural identity and the identity of other nations, thus contributing to building a culture of awareness.
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