About Belgrade

Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is the third largest city in South-eastern Europe after Istanbul and Athens. Just over 1,700,000 people live in it.

The city lies upon the Danube River, the aquatic route connecting the countries of Western and Middle Europe to the countries of the South-eastern and Eastern Europe.

The area around Belgrade consists of two different environments: the Pannonian plain to the north and Šumadija to the south. The Kosmaj (628 m) and Avala (511 m) mountains are near Belgrade. The length of riverbanks is 200 km, with 16 river islands, the largest being Ada Ciganlija and the Great War Island.

All citizens of Belgrade love to talk of the spirit of the city. Open and ever ready for fun, many Belgraders will claim to be true hedonists – and many of them really are - knowing all there is to know about good food, wine and music.
Belgrade is the city of youth. More than 40% of its citizens are between 15 and 44 years of age. Our city is special famous by exciting nightlife. Bars, clubs, rafts and casinos work every day of the week deep into the night. A contagious atmosphere or crazy parties and good fun rules them until the early morning hours. From alternative to reggae, brass bands and gypsy music to turbo folk, from techno to heavy metal, Belgrade is bouncing in one of its many rhythms every night.

Welcome to the place where the best nightlife in Europe is happening!

For more info about: What to do, Sights to see, Where to eat, etc please visit tourist organization of  BELGRADE www.tob.rs