Here’s where you can go for gifts, crafts, souvenirs and specialty items in Belgrade.
A list for shoppers looking for something more artistic and locally-designed.
Spend at least three days in Belgrade, you’re in for a REALLY good time!
Splavovi, or splav, are Belgrade’s floating river clubs that make the city one of the best to party in the Balkans.
Thanks to the surge of cool speakeasies, Belgrade has become an utterly exciting place to grab an immaculate drink.
It’s easy to eat well in Serbia. And that’s a very good thing.
For first-time travelers, the best option is still Stari Grad.
There’s nothing like browsing through local markets in a foreign country, it’s the most genuine glance inside a culture’s profound exchange between people and food.
With the recent opening of Galerija on the waterfront of Sava River; it’s fascinating to peek at other thriving shopping centers in Belgrade where you can eat, drink, and shop ’til you drop all under one roof.
To truly experience night clubs in Belgrade is the ultimate indulgence in the city’s world-renowned scene.