The most famous pedestrian street in Belgrade with a lot of restaurants and shops in it. But expensive too. The end of the street will lead you to the beginning of Kalemegdan park.
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I just love all the kiosks, shops, exhibits, cafes \& restaurants! This street has more class & culture than any other I know, and it is distinctly Serbian with amazing handcrafted very special products I adore! I JUST LOVE IT! xo¬A'S' Angelina 'of Serbia'
Nice shopping street where you can sit down at a cafe to rest tired feet and look at all the people walking by. Lots of good restaurants in the crossing streets.
This is essentially the main shopping pedestrianised shopping precinct of Belgrade, and though it is similar to the malls of other European cities, it is still worth a stroll. Quite different from other parts of the city, which can be quite grey and dilapidated.
it is a pedestrian street full of shops, restaurants, street performers, and lots of people. You can get your sourvenirs, ice cream bar, and food. If you have some free time, this place is a good way to take up your time( and money, too).
THis street in Belgrade is connecting Kalemegdan fortress and the city centre. You can find there everything, from shops, souvernir shops, restaurants or bars, money exchange, everything. It is always full and busy street filled with historical buildings.