THINGS TO DO IN BELGRADE
Belgrade is a culturally and historically rich city with a vibrant nightlife. If you’re visiting from out of the city, country, or continent, you may be looking for things to do during your downtime. Vogue magazine recently published some great tips for visitors — Is Belgrade the New Berlin? A Travel Guide to Belgrade. Here are some additional ideas from the Support Driven #zlocal-serbia community to get you started.
If you’re looking for a more structured tour of the city, the Tourist Organization of Belgrade is the perfect place to start. Whether you prefer to walk, bike, or relax on a bus, they offer resources to help you maximize your experience.
For a unique and authentic experience, Yugo Tours offer the opportunity to take in the sights from the passenger seat of a a vintage Yugoslav Zastava car.
Home to one of the first breweries in Serbia, Cetinjska Street is among the most modern, artistic, and trendy strips in the city. If you’re looking for hip coffee shops and bars, you’ll want to be sure to make this a destination.
If you’re still feeling thirsty, Samo Pivo, Kas, and Zaokret are popular watering holes to help you immerse yourself in Belgrade’s vibrant beer history. Rakia is the fruit brandy popular in Serbia, and you can try it at Rakia Bar. And if you’d prefer a coffee instead of alcohol, be sure to pay a visit to Koffein or Kafeterija.
Speaking of history, there’s no better place to explore Serbia’s history than through a visit to the National Museum, which aims to document and safeguard the history of both the country and Europe as a whole.
What better way to see a new city than by running with its locals? The Belgrade Running Club offers a unique view of the city for both beginners and competitive runners alike.
If you prefer to watch athletics rather than participate, the Belgrade Dance Festival offers extraordinary performances and is not to be missed.
LIST OF THINGS TO DO
BARS/CLUBS/RESTAURANTS – AREAS
FOR COFFEE LOVERS
- The Cathedral Church of St. Michael the Archangel (Serbian Saborna Crkva)
- The Church of Saint Sava (Serbian: Hram svetog Save)