Discover Belgrade’s storied history in the heart of Serbia

Since Serbia’s birth as an independent republic in 2006, Belgrade has found its own identity, with a growing artistic style, and a burgeoning food and drink scene. A good recommendation to start your Belgrade adventure is to discover Serbia’s history at the National Museum. From there, stroll down Knez Mihailova Street and discover first-hand the unexpected variety of shops on display. Belgrade is a city of rivers, so don’t miss the enchanting confluence of the Danube and Sava Rivers. For food and drink, Serbia has a variety of traditional taverns in the wonderfully bohemian Skadarlija. This neighborhood is a great option to discover Belgrade’s extensive restaurants hub, as well as Belgrade’s enthusiastic nightlife scene, which sum up the youthful pulse of this fascinating country.

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Republic Square

0.13 mi / 0.2 km from the hotel
Known as the Square of the Republic, this is very much the soul of Serbia. Combining the National Museum, National Theatre, and the statue of Prince Michael, this is the perfect site to absorb the majesty of Belgrade or be like the Serbians and enjoy a coffee while watching the world go by.

Belgrade Fortress

0.52 mi / 0.84 km from the hotel
Delve into the fascinating past of Belgrade by visiting the defense fortress and the surrounding Kalemegdan Park which lies where the Sava and Danube rivers meet.

Belgrade Waterfront

0.49 mi / 0.79 km from the hotel
Known in Serbian as Belgrade on Water, visitors can stroll Belgrade’s Sava Promenade, which connects the Danube and Sava River. Next to Kalemegdan Park, this is the perfect spot to experience Belgrade’s waterways, or hit Galerija Belgrade, Southern Europe’s largest shopping mall.

Kalemegdan Park

0.51 mi / 0.82 km from the hotel
Belgrade’s largest park is located on a 125-meter- high cliff, which connects the River Sava and the Danube. Its name is derived from the Ottoman era, with “kale” meaning fortress and “megdan” meaning battlefield. Visit the exciting Luna Park, which is popular with Serbian families.

Knez Mihailova Street

0.08 mi / 0.13 km from the hotel
The picturesque Knez Mihailova Street is named after Prince Mihailo Obrenović, who helped reform Serbia by advocating for a Balkan Federation. Featuring a range of buildings built in the 1870s, it’s more commonly known today as a local meeting point, or as an anchor for Terazije and Kalemegdan.

National Museum of Serbia

0.12 mi / 0.19 km from the hotel
Constructed in 1844 to safeguard antiquities for posterity, the must-see museum finally reopened in 2018 after extensive renovations kept the museum closed for 15 years. See a phenomenal collection of artworks, from Serbia, Italy, and various other countries, amongst archaeological treasures.

National Theatre

0.17 mi / 0.27 km from the hotel
A grand structure in Republic Square, the National Theatre was declared a Monument of Cultural Importance, due to its long-standing legacy as the cultural hub of Belgrade. Today visitors can see either opera, ballet, or dramas, although the tickets do go fast, so check the schedule in advance.