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Visiting Knez Mihailova Street Belgrade

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Knez Mihailova Street brings its golden culture and history back into the spotlight through its spectacular academies, marvel buildings, and antique shop stores.

Spend an amazing time at Knez Mihailova Street

Spend an amazing time at Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street

Also famous as 'Prince Michael Street', Knez Mihailova is a prime pedestrian shopping area of Belgrade. Being the oldest and the city's valuable landmark, the attraction is protected by the law of the Republic of Serbia. Flourished in the area of a kilometer, it crowns a title under the list of 'Spatial Cultural and Historical Units of Great Importance'. Featuring most of the iconic buildings of the town, it is a widely visited spot with more than millions of people.

Srpska Kruna Hotel

Srpska Kruna Hotel

Built in the year 1869, Srpska Kruna Hotel features a romanticism style of architecture. It was the most modern and well-developed structure of its era. The building exhibited the National Library of Serbia between 1945 and 1970. But now it is the home to the 'City Library of Belgrade'.

Serbian Academy of Science and Arts

Serbian Academy of Science and Arts

Serbian Academy of Science and Arts built in the year 1924 in the mesmerizing style of academic with elements of secession. Famous for its marvel architecture, it features the wealthiest library of Belgrade with countless documents and materials related to Serbian history. The ground floor of the building possesses a vast gallery, a lecture hall, antique shop, and a bookstore.

Blocks of Private Homes

Blocks of Private Homes

Constructed in the decades of 1870s, these blocks have three impressive buildings highlighting the transitional style from the period of romanticism to renaissance. Next, to these private homes, the residence of renowned lawyer Marko Stojanovic is established. Structured in renaissance style of architecture, it houses the Academy of Fine Arts. The spectacular cultural and historical objects of Serbia are displayed in this museum.

Knez Mihailova Street Belgrade Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Knez Mihailova Street does not require any ticket or pass for excursion. It is a wide market zone for shopping. However, you need to reserve the tickets for exploring the museums and academies featured in the buildings.

How To Get Around?

Explore Knez Mihailova Street on foot as it is a pedestrian market zone.

What Should I Wear?

Belgrade is usually chilly. Include leather jackets, cozy blankets, scarf, and stylish, warm dresses as the essentials. Dark color overcoats are versatile enough to pair with light shades outfits. Wear flats and shoes as footwear. Moreover, you can pack half sleeved apparels for spring and warm months.

Knez Mihailova Street Belgrade Facts

Best Time to Visit

Knez Mihailova Street is a market zone that opens with the rise of the sun and gets closed in the dark of the midnight. Belgrade features a sub-tropical climate which precipitates throughout the year. It has mild warm summer months and chilly freezing winters. Make a plan to explore the fantastic street and market areas of this city from March to May and September to October.

Currency

Serbian Dinar

Will I Need a Guide?

No. You will not require any guide as this website offers plenty of information about the tour.

How To Get There?

Belgrade offers multiple modes for getting into it. Located eighteen kilometers away from the city, Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is the main gateway for several of airlines across the world. Fly with any of the flights which suit best to you. Glavna Railway Station is now closed. From July 2018 onwards all the international and domestic trains will depart from and arrive at the new railway station, Beograd Center. You can also grab the bus for Belgrade Bus Station for the economic trip. Existing between Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade allows the beautiful and convenient ferry ride. However, the best way to get around the city is by taxis, cabs and public buses. Prefer to hire self-driven vehicles for leisure tour. Avoid using the car in tourist hot spots, especially on weekends. Moreover, walking is good for nearby attractions.

Additional Info

Take care of your belongings and valuables. Get your travel insurance done. Do not miss the carnival festivals and fair. Book the tickets in advance for concerts and events. Avoid using street taxis. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock the money in one place. To prevent losing your most valuables in a safe deposit box in a safe at the hotel or apartment.

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