If you have only one hour for exploring Belgrade, let me help you to find out the crucial points for revealing the soul of the city. I will do my best, let me take you for and ride. For an walk, ready?
Start your tour in the core of buzz and city rush, you can recharge your batteries in Square Nine hotel by providing yourself with enough energy, trust me, you will need it.
Stroll along backside streets in order to find the true jewels when it comes to unique shopping, fresh flowers, or just take a look at fabulous facades of the city, look up, you will be amazed.
You should not miss out on the main pedestrian zone, Knez Mihailova street, but if you are a fan of something more quite and natural, feel free to explore Kalemegdan fortress, it’s spectacular, believe me.
Go down by the river in order to refill batteries in one of the numerous cafés or restaurant in Beton hall, you will need the energy boost for everything that awaits you.
You should not miss out on discovering the new hipster quarter called Savamala, where retro has a new purpose, where creative energy is felt in the air, you can literally cut it, since it’s so intense.
This waking tour leads you to Kosancicev venac, my favorite part of the town, this pebble street, the soul and heart of Belgrade provides you with spectacular view, the tremendous feeling of peace and quiet, it something really remarkable if you know to appreciate this kind of things, but I think you do, you would not come so far otherwise.
We will continue moving to my favorite park in Toplicin venac, since it’s so in the center of the city but not so exposed, you need to discover it, and you will be amazed with all the great gardens where Belgradians practice their daily habit of sipping the coffee all day long. There’s something for everyone, if you prefer traditional dishes or modern and urban one, you name it.
Our hour has passed, I think you are refilled and boosted with good vibes, that you did feel what this city has to offer.
I always find our new places, new things, and I am open to all the suggestions, challenge me.
What is your #onehourinbelgrade experience?