Belgrade Waterfront Belgrade Waterfront is new hub developed by Eagle Hills, covering 1.8 million square meters. It will create new public spaces, streets for pedestrians and reinvigorate the cultural life…

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Belgrade Beer Fest Belgrade Beer Fest is an annual festival of beer, live music and all night partying. It started in 2003. It has quickly grown in size and popularity…

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The Avala Mountain

Belgraders’ favorite picnic destination, and once a powerful stronghold of civilizations lost and found in this land, Avala has always provoked curiosity both of explorers and people living in its…

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Belgrade Fortress Belgrade Fortress, stands on top of the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers. This is the last raised ground in the Balkan Peninsula before the vast…

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Gardos Tower

One of the most popular Belgrade landmarks, this tower is also the symbol of Zemun. Gardos Tower was built by the Hungarian rulers to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of statehood.…

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Exit festival EXIT festival began in 2000 as a student protest against the government. Since then, EXIT has been visited by over two million people from all around the world.…

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Serbian Traditional Cuisine

Traditional cuisine of Serbia is combination of tastes and smells, much owing to the mixture of influences of various peoples who were living in this region. Today a rich Serbian…

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Welcome to Belgrade The only city in Europe that is built on the confluence of two rivers – the Danube and the Sava, Belgrade is the city that never sleeps…

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