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“The best hidden gem of Belgrade”
Review of Dorcol

Dorcol
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Jewish Heritage in Belgrade - Private Tour
Ranked #37 of 228 things to do in Belgrade
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 2 August 2013

Nice cafes and interesting layouts of the streets. Try visiting Cinema Rex, lover part of Dorćol. Kalemegdan also nearby, a historic place and if that is not enought you can always pop into The Gallery of Frescs and Etnographic museum.

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Reviewed 6 July 2013 via mobile

Dorcol is a lovely place to visit and spend an afternoon walking the streets and enjoying the cafés and restaurants.
It is where you find the wealthy people as well as those with aspirations of being wealthy!
BIG TIP... Look down as it somehow hasn't quite sunk in that dog owners need to be responsible for their dogs poo! You will very easily end up stepping in some if you are not careful.

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Reviewed 7 June 2013

The oldest part of town where mostly Jewsih families lived. It is near Kalemegdan park and fortress. Peacefull and quiet it turned to violent during the night. Avoid Dorćol streets during the night when it is possible you can see criminal fights. During the day take a walk and observe old buildings. See Belgrade Mosque and Belgrade Zoo.

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Reviewed 7 June 2013

A little bit run down but charming architecture. Trams close by to anywhere you want to go. Lots of little supermarkets and tree lined streets. Short walk to Knez Mihalo Mall and Sladalija. Restaurants all around and the Piazza a short walk away for fresh fruit and veg plus hardware.

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Reviewed 15 April 2013

Dorcol is the old town of Belgrade, packed with interesting old buildings (and some ugly newer ones), occasional cobblestone streets, views of the Danube, etc. It's edged by the Danube, Kalemegdan park and fortress, the Knez Mihailova walking street, and scattered with a variety of parks, squares, cafes, churches, and a mosque.

The sad thing is that buildings are in terrible shape - the facades are literally falling off. No one has money to fix them, but there is a hostel (Kiki and Smoki) being fixed up on a quiet street.

Many cafes and restaurants are on Strahinjica Bana (street). Many have live music on weekends. Unfortunately, they're intolerably smoky at virtually every time of day.

1  Thank Evil O
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