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.