Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, a city known in the world as the center of culture, but also a city that is the center of nightlife in southeastern Europe. This city will conquer every visitor after the first visit and it will get under everyone’s skin. When you come to Belgrade you do not have to take almost anything with you because you will find everything you need in Belgrade. Belgrade is a city of ancient history, the capital of Serbian culture, education and science, and has much to offer.
This city is located in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, on the confluence of the Sava in the Danube, and is one of the oldest cities in Europe.
Belgrade, once known as Singidunum, received the name “Whice City” in the 6th and 7th centuries, and written testimonies about the city with the name of Belgrade date back to 878. Today’s complex of the Belgrade fortress as a kind of museum testifies to the turbulent history of the city. Belgrade with its parks and greenery presents a monument of nature. With bridges, Belgrade is no longer just in the Balkans, it grows to Central Europe, it becomes a city that meets other cultures and absorbs different experiences. This city is modern and urban with the best clubs and restaurants and wider boulevards, but at the same time is a city where the spirit of old houses, cobblestones and small Isands still smolders.
If one thing is to be chosen for which Belgrade is known, that would certainly be a number of places to go out. The rafts turned into floating clubs will especially delight everyone. If one of the most attractive locations in Belgrade should be chosen, that would be impossible. The Belgrade fortress Kalemegdan is the symbol of Belgrade, which everyone first visits when they arrive in the city.
By the way, they of course stopped at the Republic Square and in Knez Mihailova Street, which is located in the very center of the city.
The Temple of Saint Sava is a masterpiece of church architecture and is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the capital.
For a vacation from sightseeing, Skadarlija is the right place. Numerous restaurants that are arranged in traditional style in Skadarlija serve traditional Serbian specialties but also specialties of international cuisine and will fully complement the Serbian culinary spirit.
The international exhibitions of artistic creativity, such as BITEF, FEST, BELEF, BEMUS, and the Belgrade Book Fair represent the pavilion of art.
Although it had a burning past, Belgrade is now a modern capital, with tourists constantly returning to it. Anchored in the confluence of the Sava River to the Danube, Belgrade welcomes, with open arms and a big heart, those who are ready to meet it, those who are ready to let it conquer them.