Everyone, who has visited Belgrade, knows that this city has tons of really good bars, coffees and pubs. The bars, I am gonna mention here, have something in common: They all got that awesome living room style.
Belgrade’s Street Gallery (Ulična Galerija) celebrated their 4th birthday this weekend and it was awesome!
New adress – same spirit
It’s hard to find a rooftop bar in Belgrade, which is not owned by a fancy hotel.
This boats will bring you in less than five minutes from Ada Ciganlija to New Belgrade (Blok 70) or the other way around.
When you buy handmade you are saying, „I support the quality product of individual artisans, rather than the lower prices of sweatshop labour.“ – Makadam
Check out our sticky-fingered guide to the best cold stuff in the capital. I’ve put together a list of top ice-cream parlours serving unforgettable frozen dishes.
Well, the most popular cake in Belgrade is the Moskva Šnit made by Hotel Moskva.
Back to the roots – back to organic food!
Kafana has its origin in the Ottoman Empire. It comes from the word kafa, which means coffee and is a local bistro that focuses on serving turkish coffee and alcohol beverages.
Bivši means in Serbian EX and is one of Belgrade’s hidden bar.
I don’t know about you but when it comes to coffee, I turn into a snob.
Serbians love to eat meat. You will notice that by looking through the restaurant’s menus. Of course, there are some vegetarian dishes too, but there is no big choice for people, who don’t eat meat.
“My art is not the answer, it is rather the question.” – Gottfried Helnwein
Serbian Christmas and Easter holidays apply the Julian calendar meaning that the Serbs celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. There are a lot of intricate traditions varying from place to place. In a number of regions and areas, particularly in cities,… Continue Reading →
The Domestic coffee (domaća kafa), or also called: Serbian coffee (srpska kafa), Turkish Coffee (turska kafa) or Black Coffee (crna kafa) has its roots in Yemen (15th century).
You will see them everywhere. Because they are everywhere. Sometimes I have the feeling, that they follow me. And at night,..they can scare the s*it out of you.
This is a story about the day, I started hating Vapiano at the Knez Mihailova Street.
The Republic Square is Belgrade’s most known square, located in the heart of the city center.
Dvorištance literally means little yard and was one of my favourite bars in Belgrade.
The older we get, the more stressful life gets. So, once in a while, everyone needs to refill their batteries.
In an early interview Amy is asked: „How big do you think you’re going to be?“ She replies: „I don’t think I’m going to be at all famous. I don’t think I could handle it, I would problably go mad.“