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Belgrade over the weekend

13 Feb 2008  Curious independent traveller
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Things to do when you have three days in Belgrade

  • Category: Perfect weekend
  • 1. Terazije & Knez Mihailova Street

    The heart of downtown Belgrade, in these two streets & their immediate surroundings you can find most of the action in Belgrade. Terazije is a big thoroughfare and a shopping avenue, noisy and choked with exhaust fumes, while Knez Mihailova branches off of it, becoming a pedestrian area lined with shops, bars and restaurants. At the northern end of Knez Mihailova you reach Kalemegdan Citadel.

  • 2. Kalemegdan Citadel

    A huge fortification at the northern end of Knez Mihailova, perched on top of a hill overlooking the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. The Citadel itself is surrounded by a big and pleasant park, always full of people and providing a very nice setting for a leisurely stroll. You have to walk all around this big complex to get the full picture of it, and the breathtaking views from the citadel walls and the promontory are really rewarding, especially at sundown on a clear day. Within the complex there are also a couple of very good restaurants and bars.

  • 3. Skadarska Street

    Quiet, old cobbled street in downtown Belgrade famous for its top-value restaurants. Gathering place of artisans and other artists, with a bohemian feel to it. It comes to life especially at night.

  • 4. Restaurant Sesir Moj

    Exceptional restaurant on Skadarska Street, with an uniquely decorated front, and a warm, friendly atmosphere inside. Serves traditional Serbian food at very good value for money.

  • 5. "?" Restaurant

    The restaurant with the question mark in its name is located off Knez Mihailova Street near its northern end - you have to turn left before reaching Kalemegdan Citadel. As most other restaurants in the area, it serves traditional Serbian fare at moderate prices in a picturesque, almost rural setting.

  • 6. Federal Association of World Travellers

    A legendary bar in downtown Belgrade, hidden in the basement of a nondescript building, and therefore quite difficult to find. Decorated in an eclectic, mish-mash style and serving very diversified drinks, from cocktails to beer to tea. Difficult to describe the atmosphere, it has to be experienced.

  • 7. Blue Moon Club

    Located on a street connecting Knez Mihailova and Obilicev Venac, this basement club is very small but pleasant, with almost nightly sessions by local rock and blues bands. The entrance fee is symbolic, the crowd mostly young and very laid-back.

  • 8. Kuca Cveca - House of Flowers

    Memorial site and museum. The House of Flowers is where Yugoslav president Tito is buried, and the adjacent extended building houses an exhibition of all the astounding artefacts Tito received as presents from all over the world during his life. Something of a pilgrimage site for all ex-Yugoslav nations, but definitely worth seeing for all those who know something of the history of the Balcans. The site is not easy to find: the easiest way to reach it is via trolleybus no. 41 or 42 and perhaps ask someone on the bus to tell you when to get off.

  • 9. Nikola Tesla Museum

    A must-see permanent exhibit for all Tesla and science fans. The entrance fee is again symbolic, a little over 1 euro. Books in English and posters are also available.

  • 10. Church of St. Mark

    Beautiful Orthodox church in downtown Belgrade, a short walk from Terazije and the Parliament building.