Belgrade, that looks like a Berlin of the 80s or 90s in many corners and in some moments. A bit of standing time, a bit of hustle and bustle and yet relaxed. But Belgrade is changing and is also becoming more and more popular with tourists. Around 1.7 million inhabitants now live in the Serbian capital.
No one can be stressed here, so you are forced to relax and enjoy your vacation. This is true in the white city – as “Beograd” means in Serbian – but actually only during the day. In the evening, the city is super lively, you can party here every evening. The most popular for this, in addition to the bars in the city, are the so-called splavs: huge rafts that line up along the two rivers Sava and Danube. One party boat next to the next. And when the night turns into day again, you can often see the traces of the NATO attacks during a city tour.
But the Belgians continue. It is being built, renovated, creative districts are being created, bars and restaurants that could compete with any hip place from Berlin offer locals and tourists a way to experience life outside their own four walls. With our eleven tips we give an overview for a city trip to the Serbian capital.
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