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Bed & Breakfast
“Cobblestone street know as a Bohemian quarter. Here you can find many traditional Serbian restaurants, accompanied with live Serbian music. Touristy and busy on the weekends, so always make a reservation. All the restaurants are similar, but for me personally best one is called Dva Jelena - Two Deers. ”
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“The Church of Saint Sava is a Serbian Orthodox church located on the Vračar plateau in Belgrade. It is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world and ranks among the largest church buildings in the world.The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. It is built on the Vračar plateau, on the location where his remains were burned in 1595 by Ottoman Grand Vizier Sinan Pasha. From its location, it dominates Belgrade's cityscape, and is perhaps the most monumental building in Serbia. ”
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“A restaurant with the most beautiful view of the beauty of Belgrade. A decades-old existence, moves the borders of the highest quality hospitality and true quality. ”
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Science Museum
“Meet the man on the 100RSD note at one of Belgrade's best museums, where you can release your inner nerd with some wondrously sci-fi-ish interactive elements. Tesla's ashes are kept here in a glowing, golden orb: debate has been raging for years between the museum (and its secular supporters) and the Church as to whether the remains should be moved to Sveti Sava Temple.”
115lokala rekommendationer
“From the beginig of this street to her end it is packed with restourants,caffees, pubs, etc.”
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“Savamala – the queen of Belgrade’s nightlife, the crowning jewel of fun outings and good time, filled up with good clubs, pubs, restaurants, and bars. It’s also a place where urban meets culture, and where casual fun can also have a humane character. Savamala is one of the first Serbian neighbourhoods, established in the 18th century. Its name is coined from the river Sava, and Turkish word “Mahala”, which means settlement. Today, it’s one of the Belgrade’s most popular nightspots, especially during the winter when “splavs”, floating river clubs aren’t open yet.”
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“Famous walking street, spreading from Square of Republic to Kalemegdan Park.”
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“At Ada Ciganlija you can do so many activities, during the summer time lake is the best place to chill, do not forget your swimming stuff. ”
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“Beautiful park where you can relax and have a coffee in a very nice park cafe.Children can play and enjoy themselves.”
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Allmän underhållning
“Beautiful building and home of National Theatre, in the heart of the city. Across the street is National Museum and monument to Knez Mihajlo.”
52lokala rekommendationer
“A big square where people usually meet up. Couple of restaurants and cafes in the area.”
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Botanical Garden
“First founded in 1874 by Josif Pancic, Serbia's renowned botanist, 'Jevremovac' botanical garden has a diverse number of plant species, and a Japanese garden.”
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“The existing square was formed after the demolition of Stambol Gate and the construction of the National Theatre building in 1869. The road to Istanbul (“Stambol”) led through it.”
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“This is one of the oldest streets in Belgrade, it's fool of restaurants and bars. I can recommend it because of its great atmosphere, the prices are little high but you will enjoy the place. ”
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“You can go here for a walk or a jog. There are many museums (e.g. military is one of my favorites) that you can visit. In the night, you can admire a beautiful sun set over the confluence of Danube and Sava rivers. ”
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Farmers Market
“Belgrade has a few farmers' markets (pijaca). Kaleniceva pijaca is perhaps the best organized and with a good selection of local produce (fruits, vegetables, meats, fish). Fridays & Saturdays are the days to go (on Mondays the choice can be quite limited). The market is very colourful and stocked with fresh sasonal fruits & vegetables. There are also stalls with home made cookies, dry fruits and nuts, honey, herbs, etc. There is a separate section for dairy (local cheeses, kajmak), eggs and meat (both fresh and smoked). The market also has a small section/store with organic produce.”
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