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Packed with vibrant nightlife, eclectic architecture and fascinating history, all in an idyllic riverside setting, Serbia's capital city, Belgrade makes an impressive city break destination. It offers great value for money, especially when it comes to food and drink, as you can pick up a pint of beer here for little more than £1.

The city’s great clubs and all-night opening times mean you can party until dawn. Belgrade nightlife centres on river barge clubs lining the riverbank. Or, if dancing is not your thing then head to one of the many bars to taste Serbia's national drink of Rakia (a fruity brandy). Take a riverside walk up to Belgrade's impressive new Ada Bridge and watch its sharp edges glimmer against the night sky.

Admire the eclectic architecture of the city’s theatres, monuments and museums from Byzantine, Ottoman eras and beyond. Head up to Belgrade Fortress which, having been invaded more than 100 times, has seen many historical battles. A walk around Belgrade Park and Fortress today is a much more peaceful experience and it’s free to enter.

Join the locals in Belgrade’s thriving café culture. Or, rummage around the arty Skadarlija quarter where cobbled streets lead to some of the city's oldest restaurants, serving up delicious Serbian dishes and revealing the sounds of traditional Starogradska (urban folk music).

Just outside the city centre, the Ada Ciganlija peninsula is a great spot in the summer to relax, have a picnic, swim and some watersports. 



Since 1969, Belgrade has been hosting the Joy of Europe International Children's Festival. From 2-6 October, kids from all over the world come together to celebrate their cultures in the city's squares and parks.

Head down to the River Sava for one of Belgrade's liveliest spectacles. Every August, the Belgrade Boat Carnival fills the river with brightly decorated boats, forming one of the most colourful parades to a backdrop of fireworks and all sorts of water-based competitions. 29 August from 6pm.

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Get a taste of Serbian beer on a beer tour of Belgrade. Every Friday and Saturday evening, guides will take you round to three breweries, where you'll get the chance to taste seven of the city's best brews. It should whet your appetite for the annual Belgrade Beer Festival held every summer.

For an exhilarating way to explore Belgrade, join one of the guided scooter tours that take place every day from April to October. You'll be connected with the group via a helmet earpiece as you discover the highlights of the city. If you want, you can rent a scooter equipped with a GPS and prerecorded routes and go it alone.

Day Trips

If it's a sunny, clear day, take the bus from central Belgrade to the Avala Tower about 25km away. This 205m telecommunications tower

Take the train or bus to Novi Sad, about 90 minutes from Belgrade, to join the party in the biggest music festival in south-eastern Europe. The Exit Festival is held in the dramatic surroundings of the Petrovaradin Fortress overlooking the Danube, and in 2017 runs from 6-9 July. The Killers, Jesus and Mary Chain and Rag'n'Bone Man are among this year's performers.

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