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Knez Mihailova

Knez Mihailova

Also known as the Prince Michael Street, this is the principal pedestrian zone that extending from Belgrade fortress to the Republican Square. The street was important to the Roman settlement and is believed to be a culturally and historically salient area of Belgrade. The place is furnished with renaissance style buildings that create a core of Belgrade's old charm. Today it is a meeting point for locals and this area has some of the most exciting cafes, restaurants and branded stores like Zara, Diesel, Mango, and many more.

Travelling to Belgrade, Serbia

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Belgrade is the Capital city of Serbia and one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is the only city that is built on the confluence of two rivers. Belgrade is vivacious, adventurous, and proud, a city that never sleeps. The floating clubs on its rivers are venues for great parties, and Skardarlija, the bohemian street is the place where singing and music can be heard till dawn. While this modern European city moves towards a bright future, you can witness its chaotic past unfold before your eyes. Between new masterpieces and Ottoman relics, you can find socialist blocks and remnants of the Habsburg legacy.Belgrade has a population of 1.7 million and is the administrative, political and cultural center of the country.

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Belgrade Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can approach any travel agent for this or you can also use the regular route i.e. purchasing your plane tickets on your own. Tickets can also be booked online through this website.

How To Get Around?

Public transport in Belgrade is efficient with a large number of buses plying on various routes throughout the day. If you intend to stay for a week or so, get a BusPlus card made which can be recharged at kiosks across the city. Trams and trolleybuses also operate but on limited routes. You can rent a car or a motorbike for the entire day if you intend to cruise around the city on your own.For a convenient ride hiring a taxi is the best option.

What Should I Wear?

Summers in Belgrade are beautiful. If you are visiting the city in summers, pack a few shorts and stylish top, t-shirts and tank tops. A summer dress and rompers also fit it well during evenings. If you love to dress up carry a few party dresses and a pair of wedges and enjoy the nightlife of Belgrade. During winters the weather is extremely chilly. You must pack a leather jacket, a cozy blanket scarf, jeans, tights and few stylish warm dresses.

Belgrade Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Belgrade is interesting every time of the year but it is most beautiful during the spring. Everything is just flourishing and sets a beautiful backdrop for walks and sightseeing.


Serbian Dinar

Will I Need a Guide?

No need to use any guide, because you can find any information on this site.

How To Get There?

Belgrade can be reached by flight, train, bus, car and ship. Nikola Tesla airport connects Belgrade with many destinations around the world. Regular bus route connects Belgrade with a number of Serbian cities. A wide network of railroads also connects Belgrade with all parts of Europe and many parts of Serbia with day and night trains. There are several cruises organized by many European companies on Danube to Belgrade.

Additional Info

Do not carry any valuables. The ones you have must be kept in safe deposits boxes in your hotels. In order to avoid getting robbed by pickpockets keep all your cash and cellphones in an inside pocket of your bag.