Modern Belgrade - is a huge metropolis,whose population exceeds two million. It is located where the merging of the Danube and the river Sava. The city originally was an important commercial and cultural center. It crossed the path of eastern and western civilizations since ancient times, so the streets of Belgrade remember a lot of interesting things. Today, the city retains its full membership, and all the important public, cultural and educational institutions of Serbia are located here.
This town has a long and glorious history,so every tourist can find here a lot of interesting. Every one who visited Belgrade for the first time and wants to learn about the city more than they can offer standard tours, be sure to visit the following places: Knez Mihailova street; Skadarlija; People Boulevard; Avenue of Fame.
Knez Mihailova Street - a paradise for pedestrians
This is probably the most popular street of Belgrade andone of the busiest parts. There are monuments of architecture, as well as government offices, official residences and the most expensive shops, hotels, restaurants, cafes and nightclubs. It should be noted that the entire street is a pedestrian zone.
Skadarlija - an endless celebration and fun
One of the oldest Belgrade neighborhoods. In this historic town you can visit the numerous taverns that look the same as hundreds of years ago. This allows you to maximize the experience the atmosphere of the city, a real journey back in time. Perhaps that is why Skadarlija is a favorite place for bohemians and artists.
The name of the People's Boulevard justifiescompletely, since he is a favorite place for the citizens. Here you can meet friends, dating the lovers strolling parents with children. So anyone who wants to see the real life of Belgrade, must look into it here.
Prospect of Fame
Central avenue of the city, life here beatskey. Municipal and administrative institutions, elite high-rise buildings, and restored monuments - all located here. No visit to this place is simply impossible to imagine Belgrade looks like in the eyes of its indigenous inhabitants.