Belgrade, Serbia

Serbia’s capital and its largest city at the same time successfully achieved to recover in a really small time after the various and tough disasters of the Second World War. Spread along the River of Sava, the reborn city of Belgrade offers an outstanding nightlife, proven to be one of the most intense and alive in all Balkans! The magical sceneries of the river and the diversity of all the vibrant places will definitely convince you to visit this city once in a while. Get out of the ordinary and explore the city on foot! There are a lot of attractions to discover behind the hustle and bustle of the busy roads; sights, fortresses, museums, green parks and many interesting churches.
Check out the ‘musts’ and indisputably plan your trip to Belgrade! 😉

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✌ Must-Visit: Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, Nikola Tesla Museum, Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art

✌ Must-Dine: Sakura, Casa Nova, Toro Latin Gastrobar, and of course,

✌ Must-Party at: Club 94, Club Lasta, Shake ’n’ Shake, Dragstor Play Club

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Post of Serbia


Traditional Serbian Bread Sticks


Karlja Milana Street

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Wandering around the Old City


Rosé hour @Azbuka Jazz Club


Belgrade from above


River view from Shake ‘n’ Shake


SAKURA (Asian Cuisine)


Maceo Plex @EXIT! Festival in Novi Sad

XX Niki