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Gisting með morgunverði
“Car-free and paved with bumpy cobblestones, Skadarlija has been a bohemian haunt since the 1800s and is Belgrade’s answer to Montmartre. Like its Parisian counterpart, Skadarlija’s glory days were in the early 1900s when famous but cash-strapped Serbian singers, musicians, writers and poets lived, worked and performed here. That Belle Époque spirit lingers in the iron gaslights, restaurant terraces, foliage, awnings and the trompe l’oeil facade on the opposing wall. Come for the cafes nightlife, traditional Serbian food like roštilj (grilled meat), and to take in the art displays and street performers as you go.”
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Veitingahús
“Restaurant Kalemegdan Terrace is located in the most beautiful part of Belgrade, on Kalemegdan, fully integrated into the ambience of the fort.A prestigious restaurant with a terrace and fantastic views of the mouth of the Sava River into the Danube, War Island and Zoo. Close to Ruzice Church and St. Petka.”
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Almenn afþreying
“On Republic Square the National Theatre is somewhere to go for a feast of high culture at a very affordable price. The venue opened in 1869, and has come through war damage and a few architectural updates to remain an esteemed beacon of Serbian culture. During the day you can go on a backstage tour to discover how the wardrobes and scenery are stored and maintained, and will be treated to an aria by the theatre’s singers in residence. There’s a varied schedule of drama, opera and ballet at the theatre, always high brow and always unbelievably affordable thanks to state subsidies. Front stalls are from as little as $7 and boxes aren’t much more. ”
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Museum
“The National Museum in Belgrade is the largest and oldest museum in Belgrade, Serbia. It is located in the central zone of Belgrade on a square plot between the Republic Square, formerly Theatre Square, and three streets: Čika Ljubina, Vasina and Laze Pačua. The museum was established on 10 May 1844. It moved into the present building in 1950, with the grand opening of the venue on 23 May 1952. Since its founding, the museum's collection has grown to over 400,000 objects, including many foreign masterpieces. The National Museum in Belgrade building was declared a Monument of Culture of Great Importance in 1979.”
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Torg fyrir gangandi vegfarendur
“Most popular pedestrian street, a lot of people, bars, shopping places and more.”
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Hverfi
“Savamala is located south of the Kalemegdan fortress and the neighborhood of Kosančićev Venac, and stretches along the right bank of the Sava river. Its northern section belongs to the municipality of Stari Grad, while central and southern sections belong to the municipality of Savski Venac. The central street in the neighborhood is Karađorđeva. Originally, the entire western section (Terazije slopes) of today's city center was called Savamala, roughly bounded by the modern streets and squares of Terazije, King Milan's, Slavija, Nemanjina and Prince Miloš'. The entire area was known as Zapadni Vračar, but that name completely disappeared from usage, while as Savamala today is considered only a section along the Karađorđeva street. Today, the zone of “preventive protection Savamala” is bounded by the streets: Brankova, Kraljice Natalije, Dobrinjska, Admirala Geprata, Balkanska, Hajduk Veljkov venac, Sarajevska, Vojvode Milenka, Savska, Karađorđeva, Zemunski put and the Branko's bridge.[1] That means it encompasses the neighborhoods of Zeleni Venac and Terazijska Terasa.”
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Almenningsgarður
“You can go here for a walk or a jog. There are many museums (e.g. military is one of my favorites) that you can visit. In the night, you can admire a beautiful sun set over the confluence of Danube and Sava rivers. ”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“With the opening of the shopping mall Rajiceva, the main pedestrian zone, Knez Mihailova Street became an authentic cosmopolitan location of the best shopping. Between buildings of great historical significance, which preserve the spirit of old Belgrade and memories of rich history, there is an imposing trade complex of a very modern look and rich offer. In addition to famous domestic and foreign brands, the new zone of the best shopping in Belgrade will premiere the brands that are appearing on the Serbian market for the first time. Restaurants of the highest quality that follow world trends make the gastronomic offer of a shopping center. A large supermarket and other shops.”
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Matstaður
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“Historical place.Beautiful park, one the two rivers, Sava and Danube.You can jog, walk, play tenis, enjoy.. ”
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Route
“From the beginig of this street to her end it is packed with restourants,caffees, pubs, etc.”
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Entertainment
“At the southern end of Knez Mihailova is Republic Square, with some of the city’s most important landmarks and a business district where Belgrade is at its most dynamic. More than 20 trolleybus and bus lines converge at this one place, so it’s the meet-up of choice for many Belgradians. The Serbian National Theatre and National Museum are here, as is the Prince Mihailo Monument. Designed by the Italian sculptor Enrico Pazzi, this statue is of Mihailo Obrenović, Prince of Serbia twice in the mid-1800s and a key figure in the Balkans’ independence from the Ottoman Empire. ”
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Kirkja
“This cavernous Neo-Byzantine church is one of the largest in Serbia, and although its outer structure was completed during the 1930s interior works are ongoing. The sublime iconostasis for instance was only completed in the 1990s: The frame is marble, while the icons inside and the painting of the last supper were composed by Đuro Radulović, an academic painter from Belgrade. Work on the crypt began in 2007 under the narthex, and tombs of 19th-century clergy and Serbian royalty were transferred here. These had been in the old St Mark’s, founded directly after Serbian independence and wrecked during the German bombing of Belgrade in 1941. ”
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Botanical Garden
“Despite not being very large, these gardens are well worth a visit. Entrance fee is 250 dinars. There are 3 recommended routes, ranging from 45 minutes to 90 minutes. The pathways are well marked and it would be difficult to get lost as the entrance and exit are through the same gate. The greenhouse is large, housing exotic tropical plants and trees. Unfortunately, due to a huge heatwave, a number of the flowers were past their best. However, the roses were spectacular and fragrant. For me , the highlight was the Japanese garden. Absolutely beautiful with lots of flowing water; wooden bridges and gorgeous little trees and superb planting. The lovely trees provide plenty of shade and all are well labelled with their names. There's a good rest area with tables and benches and a small café providing refreshments. The toilets are extremely well maintained. There are plenty of benches along each route of the walk. The gardens are definitely worth a visit.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Great place for relax in the heart of the city and beautiful Church of Saint Marc”
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Landmark
“Built in 1920's, before becoming the Parliament of Serbia, it was the Parliament of Yugoslavia. It was the place of democratic uprising in October 2000, when some of it parts were burnt in flames. It's old shine has since been restored.”
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Route
“Famous walking street, spreading from Square of Republic to Kalemegdan Park.”
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Úrvalsupplifanir

Vinsælir veitingastaðir

Veitingahús
“Restaurant Kalemegdan Terrace is located in the most beautiful part of Belgrade, on Kalemegdan, fully integrated into the ambience of the fort.A prestigious restaurant with a terrace and fantastic views of the mouth of the Sava River into the Danube, War Island and Zoo. Close to Ruzice Church and St. Petka.”
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Mexíkóskur veitingastaður
“Overlooking the Sava river this upmarket restaurant serves South American specialities. ”
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Veitingahús
“One of the oldest restaurant in Belgrade with typical Serbian food and nice atmosphere. Afternoon and in the night you can enjoy old Serbian live acoustic music.”
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Austur-evrópskur veitingastaður
“Madera is popular traditional restaurant located in the metropolitan area with a long history. Have a great outdoor patio. ”
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Veitingahús
“Walter is a chain restaurant that provides amazing Serbian BBQ. This is another place where locals go for food. It is not in any way considered expensive, fine dining, but locals love it for the nice warm atmosphere and great food. My recommendation is to try the ćevapi (Serbian sausage like food), or pljeskavica (burger) along with this get a šopska salad (salad with cheese) and some nice cold beer. They have nice deserts as well. Whatever you get you cannot go wrong at Walter's. ”
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Kaffihús
“Great place for your morning coffee and very cool local hangout place. Pronounced "Smok-vee-tsah".”
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Veitingahús
“Famouse Belgrade restourant with good choice of fodd and wine. woks all day from breakfast until late night dinner.”
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Austur-evrópskur veitingastaður
“City centre restaurant with a delightful decor serving Serbian, Macedonian, Bulgarian and Greek food. A full on Balkan experience!”
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