Serbia is a relatively unknown country for me. Since 2006, it has been known as an independent state, before that we knew this country as the largest part of the former Yugoslavia. And Belgrade - the capital of Serbia was also the largest and most important city of the Balkans and Yugoslavia. Belgrade has a long history: the city is considered one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe, as a gateway to the Balkans and has experienced many eras. The cityscape is still shaped by NATO's heavy bombardment in 1999, but there are many architectural influences in the buildings of Serbia's capital: Art Nouveau facades, socialist purpose architecture, Bauhaus style, modernism and classicism, and Serbian-Byzantine style palaces and churches. Belgrade is considered the party city of Eastern Europe, has a young trendy scene, a sophisticated music scene. In addition, there are classical sights such as the old fortress at the oldest point of the city, where the Danube and Sava flow together, and orthodox churches such as the St. Sava Church, which is the largest Orthodox church in the world. Certainly a city that will tell us more in the future. Here are my impressions of Serbia.
on the way in Serbia - travel reports:
What do you know about Belgrade? Here are the answers and pictures of a city that is relatively unknown to us.Read More >
The Radisson Blu Old Mill Belgrade is a super stylish hotel in a city that otherwise looks somehow drab. Just reopened and I was already rehearsing.Read More >