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Belgrade nightlife aka a sample of the nightlife Belgrade Serbia. This was a week night and hip hop night; imagine a weekend with electronic? Anyways we were at Freestyler and had a great time enjoying Belgrade Serbia nightlife.
Living it up at night in Belgrade
There are a number of great nightclubs to hit in Belgrade's downtown core (in particular, we recommend Community by Kasina, which is full of attractive locals in their best dress … don't show up in jeans and sandals; you WILL be denied entry), but during the summer, the place to be on a warm summer's night is on a splavovi. These are river barges that have been converted into floating bars and dance clubs, allowing its patrons to party the night away under a starlit sky. There are several excellent candidates, but Club River stands out for its attractive ambiance, as its coloured floodlights, modern décor, and its egregious regulars make having a great time here a virtual guarantee!
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Best Bars Pubs & hangout places in Belgrade, Serbia
Welcome to Belgrade, Serbia Food and Drinks Guide. This is MUST WATCH video if you are looking for the best wine and dine spots in Belgrade. We have sorted our top picks for Pubs / Bars and places to hang out in Belgrade for you after reviews received by our users and our in house Travel Specialists.
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List of Best Bars and Pubs in Belgrade
Trg Nikole Pašića 3
Kralja Milana 2
Beer hall Balkanska 13
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Terminal Gastro Bar
Bore Stankovića 17
71 KNJEGINJE ZORKE, 11104, Belgrade (Vracar), Belgrade county
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Belgrade, the capital of Serbia is a beautiful destination in Eastern Europe formally known as the Balkan region. it's also a cheap travel destination if we compare it to Western Europe.
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Serbia is my most favorite country till date! I Part of the reason why I love it so much must be it's amazing food, nightlife and how cheap it is. On this second video about Belgrade, I go over the amazing Nightlife of Belgrade by including some clips of the Pub-crawl I did around this magical city. Also, I've included the amazing yet cheap food in Belgrade. Lastly, I was lucky enough to be able to go to the Euroleague Final Four Semi-Finals when I was there, which was my first ever live Basketball game. At the end of my time in Serbia, i boarded my plane towards Egypt with a long transit in Athens, Greece, which will be continued from my next video.
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Belgrade In Your Pocket - Belgrade, Serbia Highlights
Knez Mihailova Street
The main promenade and shopping centre. A pedestrian zone, it stretches between Terazije and Kalemegdan Park. It is named after Prince Mihailo Obrenović, the most enlightened ruler of modern Serbia and the younger son of Prince Miloš. He came to throne after his father's death in 1860 and was assassinated during a stroll through Košutnjak Park in 1868. Sets of representative buildings and mansions erected in the late 19th century adorn the street
The main city square lined with the National Theatre building (completed in 1869), National Museum, and monument to Prince Mihailo erected in 1882, popular with Belgraders as a meeting point. Once it was the location of the infamous Stambol Gate, the main gates to the Belgrade Fortress. Today this square hosts concerts, protests and various other events. The National Museum is closed to visitors due to inadequate conditions for display and a reconstruction will take several years, so you will be unable to see a large collection of international painters (particularly impressionists), or its most valued treasure - Miroslavljevo jevanđelje (Miroslav Gospel), the oldest preserved manuscript in Serbian Cyrillic Script (from 1190) with very rich decorations.
Serbian Parliament (Skupstina)
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This building certainly has seen a fair bit of action. Started off in 1906, building activities were interrupted by the First World War; it was completed in 1932, while the Playing Black Horses statues were added in 1939. In 1945, the Yugoslav Republic was announced here, and more recently the building had its 15 minutes of fame on October 5, 2000, when part a crowd of 900,000 gathered in Belgrade stormed the building, throwing out fraudulent ballot papers, setting fire to a room or two and scooting off with bits and pieces of the building and its interior, while RTS (Serbian state TV) happily chose to ignore all the fuss. BBC's John Simpson reported: 'when demonstrators brought out hatstands, chairs and policemen's helmets from the parliament building, it was more in the spirit of souvenir hunting than looting'. When the new authorities later kindly asked the public to bring back the furniture, nobody was surprised that many did so.
Knez Mihailova 2-4.
Located on Terazije - the centre of the city and the Balkan Peninsula. Terazije is a landmark from which all distances in Serbia are measured. Completed in 1939, Albania was the tallest building in Belgrade and the Balkans for a long time. It was named after a tavern named Albania, which occupied the same site. Workers digging its foundations turned up a mammoth's skeleton. It is one of the symbols of Belgrade, and one of very few buildings which were spared the destructions of WWII.
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The main church of the city, dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel. The present church (from 1845) was built on the site of a former Cathedral Church, dating from the 16th century, which had been repeatedly demolished and desecrated by the Ottoman Turks. The church treasures the holy remains of Serbian saint Emperor Uroš (the last of Nemanjić Royal house), and it is the burial site of some of the most important figures in Serbian history: Vuk Karadžić, Dositej Obradović, and Serbian rulers of the Obrenović dynasty - Miloš, Mihailo and Milan. The interior is richly decorated with a gold-plated carved iconostasis. Across from the church is the seat of the Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, a building completed in 1935.
Kalemegdan Park was created as late as the 19th century, on a plateau in front of the fortress, which had been cleared for centuries to allow for unobstructed view of the advancing enemy. The park is popular because of its many shady benches, random sculptures, art pavilion, Zoo, amusement park, souvenir vendors. It is the favourite haunt of chess players, squirrels and couples in love.
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Tito's Secret Bunker on the Free Belgrade Underground Tour | Belgrade, Serbia
This free walking tour of Belgrade's underground secrets was a great way to escape the heat and still see more of Belgrade. Serbia was where World War I started, and it was also one of the four capitals of the Roman empire in its time. No wonder there were so many surprises even underground! We went back to the Kalemegdan Fortress, but this time we went underneath it and explored a Roman Well, Tito's military bunker (which many Serbians don't know about), and a treasure trove of Roman artifacts hidden underneath the fortress. Our drink of Serbian wine at an underground bar topped off a great day out.
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Walking Around Belgrade In Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia part 1 ~ Sava Temple, Kafana ?, Splavovi and Rakija bar
Welcome to part one (of five) taking you on our first trip to beautiful Belgrade in Serbia. This quick-stop tour includes:
St. Sava Temple
Kafana Question Mark
Zeleni Venac Market
Floating river bars
Finishing with treats of live music in Ognjena Rakija Bar & Shop
As you can tell we're pretty big fans of the city of Belgrade already! Weather from late September to October was just the right temperature for exploring (following a super-hot summer).
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Hram Svetog Save
Kafana pitanje Mark
Trg Zeleni Venac
Plutajuće rečne šipke (Splavovi)
Uživo muzike u Baru Ognjena Rakija
Kao što možete vidimo, već smo veliki navijači grada Beograda! Vreme od kraja septembra do oktobra bilo je samo prava temperatura za istraživanje (posle super vrućeg leta).
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Skadarlija - Belgrade, Serbia (winter 2017/18)
Skadarlija is a vintage street and main bohemian quarter of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, similar to Paris' Montmartre.
After Kalemegdan, Skadarlija is the second most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade.
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City Walks: Belgrade, Serbia virtual treadmill walking tour
City Walks: Belgrade, Serbia virtual treadmill walking tour
Today we walk through the early morning city of Belgrade, Serbia ( or Beograd, Serbija as the locals call it). We start at Cirila Park, Make our way through Tašmajdan Park, past the Church of Saint Mark, and the National Assembly building. Then past Hotel Moscow, into the Pedestrian zone and past Republic Square, on to the Kalemegdanska terasa and the Belgrade fortress with the display of old military hardware and eventually overlooking the Sava and Danube Rivers. Belgrade or Beograd means white city and is named for the white walls of the fortress overlooking the two main waterways and thoroughares of the region. It has been a place of frequent conflict and bombardment, most recently with the NATO bombing of the city in the 1990s.
00:10 - Cirila Park
7:03 - Tašmajdan Park
11:48 - Church of Saint Mark
14:50 - National Assembly Building (and protest signs)
20:31 - Hotel Moscow
23:00 - Pedestrian zone
24:00 - Republic Square ( Trg Republike)
32:11 - Kalemegdanska terasa
35:35 - Belgrade Fortress
37:18 - Military Hardware
41:29 - View of the Sava and Danube rivers meeting
42:41 - Statue of The Victor
Belgrade is a vibrant, burgeoning city trying desperately to emerge from the economic turmoil wrought by war and sanctions. The food is wonderful and the people are welcoming. We visited on a very hot few days which made it almost unpleasant. It also gets quite cold in the winter. However, we had a wonderful time, including a river tour and several delicious and inexpensive meals. The train system is a bit slow but will get you where you are going. The train from Bar, Montenegro to Serbia took about 14 hours and included a bus ride at the end but the views of SW rural Serbia were magical. If you get the chance to visit, you should definitely take it.
Belgrade is the capital of the southeast European country of Serbia. Its most significant landmark is the Beogradska Tvrđava, an imposing fortress at the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers. The fort is a testament to the city’s strategic importance to the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, Serbian and Austrian empires, and it's now the site of several museums as well as Kalemegdan, a vast park.
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Belgrade Vintage and Limo Tour | Serbia Incoming Tours
Check the best clubs, bars, and sites in Belgrade during a slow drive around bar streets and quarters of Belgrade, with some champagne in a limousine and vintage cars. Limo transfers are perfect for VIP transfers, nightlife transfers, stag night transfer or transfer from the airport, but we, of course, expect some creative ideas from your side.