Belgrade the capital of Serbia it is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans.
Belgrade is a place where you find a special atmosphere between a vibrating modern city and the traditional culture of the Balkans. Belgrade is a city filled with historical parts and buildings. Besides you find numerous parks, museums, cafes, restaurants and shops, on both sides of the Sava River.
The Belgrade fortress is one of the main tourist attractions in Belgrade that represent the place where Belgrade started to develop.
The place of the fortress dates back to the 3rd century BC and over the centuries the fortress has been rebuild and developed several times as it has been a battalion against the conquerors and the courage of the tireless defenders of the city. Today the fortress consist of several buildings representing different historical periods, a war museum, a couple of old churches and non at lease a park with an amazing panorama view over the city and the Sava and Danube rivers.
The Pedestrian zone and commercial center has many old historical buildings constructed at the end of the 1870s, cafés, restaurants and like in many other cities there are numerous brands and fashion stores. Yet it somehow maintains the traditional Serbian atmosphere.
Sava and the Danube are the two largest Balkan rivers at the river banks are many restaurants and even though the rivers run through the middle of the city there are also many recreational areas along the river side. In the area of the town there are 16 islands, most notably Ada Ciganlija, Great War Island and Grocanska where some of them has beaches.
Skadarlija is a famous street is in the bohemian quarter of Belgrade, here you find cozy old building and restaurants and bars where you can enjoy a drink or try the best of the traditional Serbian cosine while you inhale the atmosphere of old Belgrade.
Belgrade also has a vibrant nightlife with a friendly atmosphere, great clubs and bars, cheap drinks, lack of language barriers, and liberal regulations related to nightlife.
Many of the discos and clubs are located on banks of the Sava and Danube rivers while you can find a huge number of restaurants and music establishments with tradition Balkan folk / pop music spread all over the city.
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