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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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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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“Historical place.Beautiful park, one the two rivers, Sava and Danube.You can jog, walk, play tenis, enjoy.. ”
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Bus Station
“...are a 5 minutes from my apartment.The best way to see everything around!”
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Park
“Great park to spend an afternoon. Ideal for Kids, awesome for parents. Right in the city center.”
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Farmers Market
“Great marketplace with national fresh meat, country cheese, vegetables and fruits. ”
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Bus Station
“This is a beautiful place for everyone who loves to enjoy cycling on a place where the river Sava flows in to the river Danube. ”
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Bus Station
“Actually it is most famous and probably the biggest green market in Belgrade”
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Bus Station
“Famous Belgrade circle square with good transportation connections to any part of the city”
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Bus Station
“Park near the Parlament! Nice area to explore - Parlament, Andrićev venac, Kosovska, Majke Jevrosime etc. ”
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Pier
“Here is dock terminal and old warehouse. Today named the Beton Hala with new places , mostly restaurants and bars.”
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Bus Station
“there are many good wine bars and and restaurants...and it is just around the corner”
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Bus Station
“If you wish to catch a glimpse of a bygone time and a country that no longer exists, this is the place to go! The museum is located on the premises of the official residence of Josip Broz Tito (1892 – 1980), founder and lifetime president of socialist Yugoslavia. The museum itself consists of three venues: 1) the 25th of May museum, housing temporary exhibitions on various aspects of Yugoslavia 2) the House of Flowers, Tito’s burial site and 3) the old museum, displaying gifts given to Tito by statesmen from across the world. Тhe park surrounding the museum is adorned with numerous modernist sculptures, most of which were part of the original setting of the official residence. The museum also has a very cool souvenir shop. Contact: +381 11 36 71 485 Working Hours: During summer (April 15 - October 15) from 10:00 – 20:00 every day except Mondays. During winter (October -April 14) from 10:00 – 18:00 every day except Mondays. ”
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Torg
“If you are coming from Aeroport Nikola Tesla,last stop of A1 bus is Slavia square. From Slavia square catch bus 31 or any trolleybus to station Terazije (2 stops). When you get to Terazije square,go right to Nikola Pasic square, and you have arrived. :) ”
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Light Rail Station
“A monument to Vuk Stefanović Karadžić, a major reformer of Serbian language, and a park at the square with frequent public transport. ”
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Light Rail Station
“Topčider Park (Topčiderski park) was the first public park in Belgrade. Surrounded by hills of Košutnjak forest and irrigated by Topčider River, park was indeed the most beautiful in the city. However, after Kalemegdan Park was built it lost its primacy, but still remains one of the most picturesque parks in the city. Topčider Park spreads inside an area of 13 hectares and lies only five kilometers away from the city, which makes it easy reachable either by tram (No. 3) or by car. Back in the old days, area of today's park was Turkish military camp where they made cannons. Consequently, area was named after those cannons (Top in Serbian) Topčider Valley (Topčiderska dolina).”
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