Streets and squares

Belgrade has a lot of boulevards and squares, but its center is a labyrinth of small streets filled with greenery, where you will be so happy to stroll! Turn freely of the Knez Mihailova street to Karadjordjeva, from where you will descend to the river. Or, climb down to the Marine Dorćol by beautiful streets of the Upper and Lower Dorćol! Or simply let your feet take you! Around every corner something new is waiting for you, some new unforgettable sight!

 

 

Nemanjina street


Nemanjina street This name was given in 1896. The street becomes significant after the completion of construction of the Main Railway Station in 1884 when it became one of the main roads. Here some important buildings are situated such as the Government Headquarters, Embassies and various ministries. Serving as a reminder of the destructive bombing by NATO in 1999, More...

Boulevard


Boulevard Boulevard of King Alexander, once the Boulevard of Revolution is the longest street in the city (7.5 km). It extends along the entire urban Belgrade. It is so important in everyday life of Belgrade that Belgradians simply call it ''Boulevard'' although Belgrade has 19 boulevards in total. National Assembly building, the Main post office, church of St. Mark and Tasmajdanski park dominate the initial part of the street. More...

King Peter St.


King Peter St. One of the oldest streets in the city. It is assumed that there once existed the Roman forum, basilica and baths (1st and 2nd century AD). Today the representative building of the National Bank of Serbia is situated here. This street marks many new beginnings. The first pharmacy opened for business (No. 8), the first city hotel, ‘’Kod jelena’’ (between Gracanicka and Čubrina, (demolished 1938), the oldest tavern “?” More...

Republic Square


Republic Square Belgradians reference “At the Horse” as a meeting point for the city’s main square, which covers the area around the National Theater, City Restaurant, and the House of the Serbian Army. The square was formed after the destruction of Stambol gate in 1866. Stambol gate remains in the memory of the Serbian people as a place where horrible executions of impalement were carried out by the Ottoman Empire. More...

Students’ Square


The oldest city square. Extends from  Vasa Carapic street, around the University Park and Uzun Mirko street. "Pazarište" or large urban market was opened here in 1824. The market was removed in 1927, and the whole area was turned into a park with the monuments to Josif Pancic and Dositej Obradovic. More...

Terazije


Terazije Terazije is the most famous Belgrade square. Forming of the core of the square began in the 19th century when the city's artisans, especially blacksmiths and coppersmiths started to build their major homes. In 1860 Terazije fountain was built as a symbol of the square and of the city which continues to this day. On the turn from 19th to 20th century the square became the center of social life of civil Belgrade. More...

Nikola Pasic Square


Nikola Pasic Square Nikola Pasic Square is located between Terazije, Boulevard of King Alexander and street Dečanska, and is the youngest Belgrade square. It was built in 1953 along with a fountain. The formation of the square started after World War II. Then tram turntable was relocated, the fountain was constructed and the buildings like the House of Trade Unions and the City Administration were built. During the years of communism square was named “Marx and Engels Square.” More...

Slavija


Slavija square covers the area between Kralja Milana, Beogradska, Makenzijeva, Svetosavska, Bulevar oslobodjenja, Deligradska and Nemanjina streets. Slavija is one of the city's main landmarks  a major transport hub and unfinished urban complex, which is yet to be seriously edited. More...