Chilling

''Night Falls 'n the capital of the former Yugoslavia, music fills the air. Everywhere. Belgrade rocks.''(NY Times)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 ''Europe's best nightlife in buzzing Belgrade''(British Times)

The ultimate party city''(Lonely Planet)

 Welcome to the capital of chilling!

You overheard that in the Eastern part of Europe there is a city that never sleeps. You have heard friends who returned full of impressions from this under-detected Balkan city. They told you about the tasty and cheap food, amazing night life and dancing till dawn on the raft boat bars. They praised to bravely have coped with the Serbian national drinks, withal describing the striking beauty of Belgrade girls.
Everything that they told you, it's true!


Come and see why the number of foreign media, as well as reputable world travel guide Lonely Planet proclaimed Belgrade the capital of world’s entertainment!
Many come with a touch of distrust in our city, for the first time, listening to stories about war, the ugly past, the isolation of Serbia. We are pleased that Belgrade has succeeded in recent years to dispel fears among the people and tear down prejudices. Belgrade is back in style to the list of European cities where it once in the former Yugoslavia rightfully was.
And Belgrade really lives to the fullest, 7 days a week. Here every day is Friday–if you want it to be. Even though they work in the morning, Belgradians will not deny themselves an evening drink with friends, going to a good gig or dinner with live music. So, you will always find places that are open late at night and on weekends Belgradians do not go out before 23h!


A typical night-out begins with gathering for a coffee or dinner in one of the myriad of Belgrade's cafes or restaurants (we believe that you will find some of this for yourself, to be just ''yours''). The fun continues on a dance floor (depending on whether you like pop, rock, alternative, disco, house, techno ...). Finally, the night takes you to the river, to the unique Belgrade boats (floating raft boats), well-known for crazy partying until dawn, live music and a cheerful atmosphere. Everything ends with the early morning in front of some of the famous Belgrade bakeries or burger houses where you can taste the best ‘’street cuisine'' specialties–from burgers and kebabs to pies and strudels.
Cheers and welcome!

 

 

Coffee culture

Coffee culture Daily life of Belgradians revolves around coffee. The first one in the morning, one for lunch break or during your wandering through the city, one in the afternoon with friends. “Let's go for coffee” is a favorite expressions, and often replaces the standard ''want to meet up?'' More...

Eating

Eating Serbian cuisine is a mixture of various influences, mostly Mediterranean, Turkish and Hungarian cuisine. Serbs love to eat well and, in fact, the Serbian cuisine is heavy on meat, light on vegetables. In Serbia it is still considered that a meal without meat is not a meal. Serbs eat at restaurants or kafanas, older versions of today's traditional restaurants. More...

Warming up

Warming up Belgrade, has in recent years, become an international destination when it comes to night life and tourism for the young. Belgrade offers a multitude of events and concerts (such as ‘’Beer Fest’’) that bring together tens of thousands of young people each year. More...

Till dawn

Till dawn Encircled by two rivers, Belgrade has used this ideal position to its advantage with a multitude of raft boats. Raft boats are an extension of the city serving both as restaurants and dance venues of pop, rock, local ethnic folk music, sound of good alternative, house, drum 'n bass, etc...   More...

Recreation

Recreation When you get tired from the night life and parties, the city has plenty of parks and green areas where you can take a breath of fresh air. There are many resorts near the city where you will enjoy the beauty of nature and various activities from sports to sunbathing.   More...

Sport

Sport Although not numerous, the Serbian nation is very talented and successful in almost all sports. Belgrade is the capital of the true sporting nation. We’ll mention only some of the great success of Serbian athletes. More...

Shopping

For purchase on the principle of ‘’ all in one place,'' we recommend some of Belgrade's shopping malls. Belgrade has the largest shopping mall center in Balkans ‘’Usce’’'. In ‘’Usce’’ as well as in ''Delta City’’ shopping center in one place you can find the clothes of famous brands such as: Diesel, Nike, Benetton, Zara, Replay, Calvin Klein, Armani, Gas, Mango, Lacoste, Zara, Massimo Dutti, Timberland, etc. . These malls also offer coffee bars, multiplex movie theaters, bowling halls, as well as many exclusive restaurants. More...

Green Markets

Green Markets Green markets are authentic sites of the Belgrade daily life. They contain not only healthy naturally grown fruits and vegetables, but there, you may also spend your time discussing with local farmers on life problems… or, if you have a little luck and patience, with skillful bargaining, you can have an authentic piece of clothing or jewelry. For centuries, markets in Belgrade represent a meeting place of the urban population during weekly purchases of meat, milk, eggs and greens. To date, Belgradians, as well as many foreign visitors, feel that green markets give a special charm and authentic stamp to our city.   More...

Bakeries

Bakeries Belgrade has a myriad of bakeries. So, you will not have to walk more than 200 feet, in any part of the city to come across one. Belgradians often eat something from bakery passing by, walking, on noon pause or after good night party. Many of them are working non-stop, and what we recommend is to try authentic specialties such as burek, pogacice sa cvarcima, and various kinds of pies. More...

Wine bars

It is little known that Serbia has great potential to produce premium wines. Since it lays on the same latitude and has a similar climate as the great French and Italian wine regions, Serbia was in the nineteenth centzry a significant producer of wine in Europe. However, numerous wars, destruction, negligence of the communist regime had significantly narrowed the field of viticulture, in the same time degrading the quality of wine.   More...