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“It's called here: "Marakana". Don't know why.”

Red Star Belgrade Stadium - Marakana
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A Tale about Power - Belgrade City Tour
Ranked #33 of 204 things to do in Belgrade
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Belgrade, Serbia
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108 reviews
52 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 58 helpful votes
“It's called here: "Marakana". Don't know why.”
Reviewed 29 July 2013

Eventhough it's built one year after my birth, I'm still in better shape...not attraction at all...they can't host big concerts here because there's no access with big lorries with equipment through socialist architecture. Worth 1 picture inside.

Visited July 2013
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
“Home away from home”
Reviewed 24 June 2013

This year this beautiful piece of history will be celebrating it's 50th anniversary. It's a home to Red Star Belgrade, an eastern European football giant, most popular club in Serbia. You can visit the museum, take a stadium tour (lockers, pitch, etc.), have a cup of coffee in the stadium cafe, sitting on a bar stool overlooking the red and white stands. The stadium is actually dug into the ground, it's oval, and basically the whole construction makes it very acoustic. Visiting games is truly an unforgettable experience, because of the fans mostly, and because of the whole old-school experience. Any true football fan's delight.
The stadium does need renovation, but it is a shrine for everyone who lives and breathes red and white.

Visited December 2012
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London, United Kingdom
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“Unforgettable Experience”
Reviewed 29 April 2013

Some people tried to warn us off going as they said it was dangerous. Typically you hear this a lot from people who don't follow football. Actually once in the ground we felt very safe. Tickets were very cheap, about £2 each. The quality of football isn't all that good but really the spectacle for a foreign visitor is in the stands. The crowd are more passionate than just abut any team you will see. They let off fire crackers, flares of all colours, they jump and sing for the full 90 minutes without even a shirt break. The whole atmosphere is incredible even without opposition fans present. I've een matches all around the world but never seen fans as impressive as those at Red Star. Don't be put off by the scare stories as its actually a brilliant experience and safe as well.

Visited April 2013
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