Belgrade’s Christmas lights are still hanging throughout the city but the excitement of New Year’s Eve and the cozy Christmas atmosphere are already gone. Of course, there are some slavas (celebration of family saint patron’s day) here and there but January spreads… Continue Reading →
What’s going on in summer time? Fun days by the water, warm evenings spent on floating bars, outdoor cinemas on rooftops and crazy nights out in the city – Belgrade is in high season all summer long. Here are the… Continue Reading →
Mama Shelter is a new, artsy and quirky hotel with an amazing rooftop, which you have to visit.
Boho Bar is Belgrade’s new summer hotspot located in the middle of the Kalemegdan fortress, the city’s most famous attraction.
Ispeci Pa Reci is a new cake shop offering delicious, American-style home-baked treats in the Belgrade borough of Dorćol.
Doing breakfast is the new going out in Belgrade. There is no better way than to start your day with a delicious meal. I’ve discovered four new breakfast spots for you. Enjoy.
Are you looking to satisfy your sweet tooth with some pastries? This little guide will tell you where to go for cake and other sweet pleasures in Belgrade.
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.
Fancy having a few drinks and experiencing Belgrade from above? I’ve discovered some great bars and coffee places with a splendid view.
A hearty breakfast is quite possibly the best way to start the day off right.
I explored more of Belgrade’s most beautiful outdoor coffee places and bars for you. Enjoy.
The following are locals’ favourite Swimming Pools published on their Instagram profiles. The outdoor swim season starts usually in June and ends in September. The most crowded days are weekends and Wednesdays. (Students don’t pay on Wednesdays.)
From far away, the industrial part of Dobračina Street looks empty and boring. But if you come closer, you will discover lovely places.
Pristan is the new DJ harbour for summer and river lovers.
Outdoor Bars Part 4 – new inspiration for warm summer days and nights.
The Beton Hala or Concrete Hall is one of Belgrade’s popular places during hot summer days.
Serbs usually eat their breakfast at home or grab something at a bakery. Today I am going to share some good breakfast places with you.
Savamala is one of Belgrade’s urban neighbourhoods, located between the central station and the right bank of the Sava River. It is known for its nightlife, streetart and creative happenings.
Dorćol Platz is a new cultural center located in the lower part of Dorćol, the former industrial district.
The weather is sunny again, so it’s definitely time for part two.
Today I’m gonna share more excellent coffee places with you. Enjoy!
Belgrade is a city with tons of great bars. During the nice weather season, they turn their open air areas and yards into colourful oases. This little guide, will show you Belgrade’s first five most beautiful outdoor coffee places.
Belgrade has got a new hotspot, which you will love for sure.
If you want to have a deep look at Belgrade’s soul – have a walk at Skadarlija, Belgrade’s Bohemian quarter, in the first hours of an early evening. This soft, romantic place with its charming Belle Èpoque lanterns is surrounded by a… Continue Reading →
Ada Ciganlija is a river island, which is used as a multi-faceted recreation zone by the people living or visiting Belgrade.
New adress – same spirit
It’s hard to find a rooftop bar in Belgrade, which is not owned by a fancy hotel.
When you buy handmade you are saying, „I support the quality product of individual artisans, rather than the lower prices of sweatshop labour.“ – Makadam
Well, the most popular cake in Belgrade is the Moskva Šnit made by Hotel Moskva.
I don’t know about you but when it comes to coffee, I turn into a snob.
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).