Belgrade is teeming with attractive streets, squares, monuments, parks and countless other places of interest.
The city just keeps on growing — and with it the range of entertainment and night life options.
Plenty more awaits discovery just a little further afield with attractions including monasteries, wineries, archaeological sites, spas and special restaurants.
Art, culture & events
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Baltazar (Karadordeva 9) is one of the most popular clubs in Belgrade. Covering three levels, Baltazar has strong echoes of a classic New York nightclub.
Electronic, house, funk and techno music fans should head to Tube (Simina 21) — the minimalist interior provides the perfect backdrop for dancing the night away.
Dva Jelena (Skadarska 32) is one of Belgrade’s best known restaurants. Savour the charm of old Belgrade and enjoy traditional Serbian dishes to the sound of local music.
Frans (Bulevar oslobodenja 18A) in the heart of Belgrade has pretty garden seating. Serbian food and top quality local wines are on the menu.
The large terrace at waterside eatery Bahus (Bulevar Nikole Tesle bb) is the perfect place to enjoy a good meal in the warm summer months. Inside is an inviting restaurant with a pleasant atmosphere.
The Terazije and Knez Mihailova shopping streets near the centre are lined with international names such as Benetton, Hugo Boss and Springfield.
But if you prefer to pick up everything in a single spot you should make their way to Delta City (Jurija Gagarina 16). This department store has something for everyone, from underwear to home furnishings.