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Where to Eat, Drink and Sleep in Belgrade

Discover some of our favourite spots in the Serbian capital.


Kulturni Centar Grad

Photo: KC Grad

Kulturni Centar Grad

Swing by this Savamala originator – they’ve been in the ’hood since 2009 – for live drawing classes, art exhibitions, concerts, drag nights and old-folks dance parties.

Dorćol Platz

Taking on the creative mantle Mikser House had to pass on, this vibrant oasis in lower Dorćol hosts maker fairs, block parties, gardening workshops and more.


Mama Shelter Belgrade

Mama Shelter Belgrade

Philippe Starck’s brand of wallet-friendly, kitsch-happy design hotels continues its steady expansion with an outpost in Belgrade, opened this spring. Sitting atop a shopping centre on the pedestrianized commercial drag of Kneza Mihaila, a one-minute walk from Kalemegdan Park, this 125-room property is a riot of colour and whimsy.

What we loved Basking in the glow of both the sunset and a hard-won foosball victory on the 5,000-square-foot terrace.


Gastro Bar 20/44

Photo: Marco Argüello

Gastro Bar 20/44

The duo behind Klub 20/44 opened this funky eatery, bar and music venue on the leafy, cobblestone-quaint Skadarska Street last year, as a spot for customers who had outgrown the Boat’s all-nighters. Live jazz, cold beer and a double burger topped with pancetta, all under the watchful eye of a Tokyo Pop-era David Bowie mannequin.




Head to this concept store on a quiet, cobblestoned street for souvenirs like clutches made from kilim rugs, traditional Sirogojno coats in modern cuts, and silk scarves, all made in Serbia and sourced by owner Milena Radenković. Just don’t make the same mistake we did: Get the table runner. You’ll find room in your bag.