What makes a city great? We think it’s the people, the food, the outdoor environments, nightlife, incredible art, and architecture. Belgrade has it all! Here are some amazing photos of Belgrade during the day and of course some photos of Belgrade at night.
Knez Mihailova Street is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade. It’s one of the oldest and most crowded streets of Belgrade. Named after Serbian Prince Mihailo, the street is protected as an important cultural heritage.
Take a walk around Belgrade and you will notice an incredible street art. It’s everywhere, on the walls, electricity boxes, under the bridges…everywhere. Explore the city and you will be amazed!
Church of Saint Sava is one of the Belgrade landmarks. This Serbian Orthodox church it’s one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. Saint Sava was the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia.
Pobednik (The Victor) is the most recognizable landmark of this beautiful city. It’s the monument in the Upper Town of the Belgrade Fortress and represents the victory during Balkan Wars and First World War. Pobednik is the most visited tourist attraction in Belgrade.
Walking can be exhausting so make sure to stop by for a break in numerous Belgrade restaurants. And if you are feeling more adventures, nightlife in Belgrade is extraordinary. Make your night unforgettable in one of the Belgrade clubs.