Welcome to the City of Belgrade, the capitol and largest city of Serbia, with population of 2 million, the city on the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube. The city that never sleeps.
People in Belgrade are known for their hospitality and positive attitude, and are always willing to make new friends.
Belgrade is best known for its nightlife. Numerous clubs on the rivers, also called “splavovi”, where parties go on until the morning, cafés, breweries, Jazz clubs, casinos, concerts and festivals will leave you amazed.
Belgrade is also good for nature-lovers, who can enjoy the beauties of parks in Kalemegdan, Tasmajdan, Zvezdara, Kosutnjak, Avala, Topcider and most notable Ada Ciganlija.
Belgrade has its Zoo, which is located at the Kalemegdan Fortress. For those who love shopping, you can visit large shopping malls like Usce, Delta City and Stadion, or you can go on an endless walk from boutique to boutique in the city center.
Regular bus, tram and trolley lines are the heart of Belgrade city transport, and you can get from one place to another without too much hassle, and at a low price. You can also take a taxi for a ride, or take an express mini-bus. Official currency is Serbian Dinar, and most common foreign currency is Euro. You can exchange Euros at one of the exchange offices you can find almost anywhere in Belgrade.
Belgrade is a lot more than just a couple of paragraphs, and it cannot be described by words, so visit us, rent one of our Belgrade apartments and explore Belgrade, because this city is remarkable, and it never left anyone indifferent.


Belgrade 360°

If you are still not sure if you should come to Belgrade, check out some of the main sites on 360° map. You will feel like you are already here and you will be eager to come and see it all in person.