If you’re one of those strong people who easily wake up after the night of heavy drinking, or you didn’t drink and want to have a good morning walk on the first day of the new year, we’ve got an event for you. Street of Open Hearts is a manifestation held each First of January …
Serbia has this special kind of fuss when it comes to the New Year’s Eve. It starts somewhere in November (when school/university starting fuss is over and everybody is back on track with their regular activities) with a very well known question: Gde ćeš za Novu Godinu? meaning, Where are you gonna go for the New …
“Pupin – From Physical to Spiritual Realities”, an exhibition dedicated to one of the greatest scientists ever Mihajlo Pupin, is open and will be on till the end of February 2016. This interactive exhibition is held in Historical Museum Belgrade, which is known to give amazing exhibitions and ever appealing themes. Before we visited the exhibition, …
Kralja Petra Street is indeed a symbol of Belgrade’s 19th century. Walking, taking pictures and thinking about ideas for writing about the street are really moments to enjoy. It is named after King Petar I Karadjordjevic, Serbian king from 1903 until his death in 1921, one of the most important and also most beloved monarchs in the Serbian history, who ruled in very tough but proud times of Balkan Wars and World War I.
Every coffee lover knows the feeling of spending rainy autumn days with a good book and a cup of coffee. Provide yourself with supplies for these moments at Ušće, 25 and 26 September, try new flavours and learn bunch of new things about your favourite drink!
Balkanska Street is a bridge of Belgrade. Not a bridge over a river, but a bridge that connects old architecture with new looks, bus and railway station with Terazije, history with future. Elder citizens used to say that this street is “first, thorny facing of a newcomer with the metropolis of Belgrade.” Just like a person who travelled from Europe to America first saw the Statue of Liberty in New York, Balkanska Street was the first sight of those who took off the train in Belgrade and went on seeking a better life in the Capital.
Enlighten your spirit with art, move your hips with music, and cheer a bit with sports in Belgrade.
Anyone who ever tried second hand shopping, remained loyal for the rest of their lives. The reason is simple: variety of well-preserved clothes on bargain prices. You can find fancy label stuff, you may like a piece from a brand you’ve never heard of, and there is always that surprise factor – you never know what you’ll end up finding.
Every time a person from Serbia comes back from a trip to Western Europe, one of the strongest impression he or she brings back home (besides much higher prices and less beautiful women) is – recycling! This phenomenon, totally common in Europe, is virtually unknown to Serbs.