Belgrade | Београд


"The White City", Begiš




279 BC.



European Union:



National Capital:

RegionalState Capital:

Population (City):

1 167 000

Population (Urban):


Population (Metro):

1 687 000

Population Density (km2):

3 200

Population Density (mi2):

8 400

Largest City in Serbia





Avg. Summertime High:

30 °C

86 °F

Avg. Summertime Low:

19 °C

65 °F

Warmest Month:


Coldest Month:


Avg. Wintertime High:

5 °C

41 °F

Avg. Wintertime Low:

-1 °C

31 °F


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Belgrade has several interesting sights. Skaralija is the city's old Bohemian neighborhood and a popular district known for its cafés and restaurants. Belgrade Fortress has a prominent position in the cityscape and the Kalemegdan Park that surrounds it is another place where many hours can be spent. Belgrade is also known for its nightlife.


Cafés at Republic Square

Café life at Republic Square in central Belgrade.

Republic Square

Republic Square is possibly the most central point of the city.

Street in the Bohemian district of Skadarlija

A street in the Bohemian neighborhood of Skadarlija.

Zeleni venac

Zeleni Venac is a Farmer's Market in central Belgrade.

Belgrade Streets

A street in Belgrade. Some parts of the city can look rather rundown, which gives a very unique feeling.

Church of Saint Sava

Statue in front of Church of Saint Sava.

Bajlonij Market

At a market called Bajlonij Market.

Bajlonij Market

Inside Bajlonij Market.

St. Mark's Church

St. Mark's Church viewed from the park Tašmajdan.

Monument in Tasmajdan

The distrust towards NATO and the United States can still be felt in Belgrade. This small memorial in Tašmajdan is dedicated to "the children killed in NATO aggression 1999".

House of the National Assembly

... And outside of the House of the National Assembly, there are memorial pictures of victims from the war, with the text that they'll never forget.

Buildings that haven't been restored

Near Slavija Square there are some buildings and lots that have not yet been restored since the war.

Slavija Square

Slavija Square is one of the central squares. During my visit in 2017, it was not more than a large roundabout, but I know that there are extensive plans to restore it to its former glory.

Street in Belgrade

A street in Belgrade.

Kalemegdan Fortress

Inside one of the main sights of the city. The Kalemegdan Fortress and Park are the oldest parts of Belgrade.

People at Repbulic Square

People having a relaxed day in Republic Square.

Front view of House of the National Assembly

House of the National Assembly again.

Skyline of Belgrade

Parts of a skyline of Belgrade.

Moskva Hotel

Moskva Hotel is one of the best architectural features of Belgrade. This is still a functioning luxury hotel.

Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street, or Kneza Mihaila, are the main pedestrian shopping street.