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Restaurant Mali Vrabac
Tucked between restaurant Mali Vrabac and hotel “Le Petit Piaf”, winery Skadarlija offers special comfort for wine lovers. We offer a wide selection of high quality domestic and international wines of all types and varieties.
What to visit?
Belgade is a city of both day activities and night life. Full of challenges and opportunities to have good fun and even better pleasure. That is why you shouldn’t miss the chance to visit the biggest attraction of the Serbian capital.
Anyone who wants to feel the true spirit of Belgrade, mustn’t skip bohemian quarter in the center of the capital called Skadarlija. Cobblestoned streets, pleasant restaurants, specious gardens and cheerful musicians are the best recommendation for every bohemian lover.
Knez Mihajlova Street is also a synonym for Belgrade city center. The main pedestrian street that connects Terazije and Kalemegdan, which also offers many shopping options, as it has many shops and two shopping malls at the beginning and at the end of the street.
The best way to understand the history and geography of Belgrade is throughout Kalemegdan. “Pobednik” monument, the fortress, church of St. Petka and other monuments are the strongest proof of unbeatable spirit of the capital. Special tourist attraction is a magnificent place where two rivers meet the Sava and the Danube.
Belgrade, city with a turbulent history, tradition and magnitude has everything that is required to be the cultural capital of Europe. The renovated National Museum and National Theatre located in the very center of Belgrade, with their unique design and content are the representatives of Serbian history and well-know tourist destinations, eventhough they are just a tiny part of the rich cultural heritage of Belgrade.
The largest Orthodox temple in the Balkans is an attraction for all Belgrade visitors. According to historic facts, it is built on the place where Sinan Pasha burned the relics of Saint Sava, the founder of Serbian Orthodox Church. Apart from the exterior, this temple has also a magnificent interior, which is beautifully decorated with icon paintings and mosaics, including the underground level “the crypt” where Patriarch Irinej was buried. The temple is surrounded by a spacious plateau with benches where people of all generations gather.
On the old-town side Belgrade reaches the river where Beton Hall is located. It is on the triple border of Kalemegdan, Sava river and Belgrade Waterfront. Beton hall has become highly exclusive place for day activities and night life. Various restaurants with different types of cuisines and spacious gardens along the river create Mediterranean atmosphere. When the night falls this place turns into a mecca for nightlife lovers and live music.
Ever since the construction of this place started, Belgrade Waterfront has been exclusive and now it is almost a separate city with its own skyscrapers, river, promenade, roads, parks, shopping mall, restaurants, cafes… Shortly, Belgrade Waterfront is the capital of hedonism. Anyone who wants to enjoy the capital of Serbia shouldn’t miss this location.
Belgrade Waterfront practically became a city of its own when it got one of the largest shopping malls in the region, called “Galerija”. Located in the exclusive part of the city, this shopping mall offers stores with famous brands. Special attraction of this shopping complex is its location on the very bank of Sava river where guests of the restaurants have the opportunity to enjoy a unique view.
Only when shopping mall Rajićeva was opened at the end of Knez Mihailova Street, this central capital street took a complete shape. This is how shopping experience was completed, because apart from outdoor shopping, Knez Mihailova got indoor shopping also. Visitors of Rajićeva in one place can enjoy all the benefits of the mall, from shopping the most famous brands to resting in cafes and restaurants both inside and on the top of this modern building.
Proof that Belgade has a" sea" is one of the most beautiful picnic spots in capital – river island on The Sava banks called Ada Ciganlija. It offers everything that visitors need on vacation - swimming, long beaches, cafes and restaurants with a large selection of different foods and drinks, as well as numerous recreational activities on land and in the water. The advantage of Ada Ciganlija is that it is not only the destination ", but an attraction for all generations during the whole year and also a unique oasis in the middle of the capital.
Fortunately, Belgrade has its own mountain Avala, which is especially important during the hot weather, because on 511 meters above sea level summer is significantly more pleasant. The symbol of this area is certainly 204 meter Avala Tower, on top of which is a coffee bar with a unique view of the entire city. This location is also rich in content suitable for people of all ages, from recreational athletes to adrenalin junkies.