Let us present you with some of the most popular Belgrade bars. Places to enjoy and have a good time. Coffee bars and pubs can be found on every corner in Belgrade. The most popular ones are those located in Beton Hall, Vracar Area, Dorcol Area and Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone. The prices in Belgrade bars are almost a non-factor. Coffee costs from 1,5 Euros to 2 Euros. Cocktails or a Glass of Wine will cost u 3 to 5 Euros. Bottle of a Vodka or a Whiskey cost from 50 to 80 Euros in Belgrade Bars. On working days Belgrade Bars are opened until midnight and on weekend until 1 am. Afterwards the night fun continues in some of the numerous Belgrade clubs.
If you are up for a coffee in some of the popular Belgrade Bars during the day most likely you will not be required to have a prior reservation. During the hot summer evenings in Beton Hall area it would be really hard or almost impossible to get a nice spot. It would be wise to reserve a table in advance. Notice: Dont be late for the reservation. Beton Hall area ( Toro and Ambar as most popular ones ) have waiting lists during the high nightlife season. If you are late it might ruin your plans for that evening. Contact us any time to organise you a table anywhere you want in Belgrade. Our service if free of charge. For the more information, where to go and what to do, what is IN and what to do while in Belgrade, emails us or whats app us any time.
We recommend bars as good places for warm up before starting wild Belgrade nightlife.
Belgrade bars in Dorcol area are way different then the ones in the Vracar.
Dorcol is an Industrial and Hipster area while Vracar is more High End / Mainstream.
Subcultural Dorcol area well known as Cetinjska Street is a place where the Old Beer Factory used to be. Artists and Hipsters united their creative forces and opened Bars, Coffee Shops and Galleries inside of the factory. This Old Abandoned Beer Factory got a completely New Look. You can find that a glass of pretty decent wine will cost as much as 2 euros and a cappuccino will cost you around 1 – 2 euros. Couple of the most popular places at Cetinjska Street are Zaokret and Polet.
Lower Dorcol is another famous area in Dorcol / Belgrade. Lower Dorcol has plenty to offer. You will find people having their early day coffee and later afternoon beer outside in the street. Multifunctional event places, coworking spaces, galleries and popular Belgrade bars are a part of this industrial area of Belgrade. Most popular places are Djura Bar, Dorcol Platz, Przionica and Radionica.
Vracar area on the other hand is a place where you will feel a different vibe of Belgrade. Most popular area in Vracar is next to the Church of a Saint Sava. One of the most popular bars in this area is the Terminal Gastrobar. Friendly prices and big meals are what you will find at Vracar. Belgrade bars in this area are just stunning. Beton Hall area is the most popular in Belgrade; it consists numerous Bars and Restaurants. Most of the people decide to pre party in this area before heading off to the Belgrade clubs. Bars in Belgrade you will find as well in Knez Mihailova Street. This is a pedestrian zone of the city, with beautiful restaurants and bars all next to the Kalemegnda Fortress, where you will find Epic places with most beautiful views in Belgrade, Boho Bar / Ex Terasssa Club.
Beton Hala, Savamala, Cetinjska, Dorcol, Vracar, Knez Mihailova, to much info? Where to go? Hard to choose? Lets try to make it simple. If you are into mainstream go to Beton Hall or better to say go to Beton Hall anyways. Its just nice while in Belgrade to check out that part of the city as well. If you more into alternative then go to Cetinjska 15 area. If you are looking for a traditional experience then go for Skadrarlia Bohemian street. Belgrade has so much to offer. Make sure to relax and get yourself a time to enjoy. Money will not be an issue since Belgrade Venues still keep friendly prices. Whats new in the city of Belgrade? Just whats app us to find it out.
INTRESTING History of the Belgrade Clubbing
People of Belgrade takes Bar, coffee and being outside life style culture really seriously. When Belgrade open its border to the world after 2001, regular citizens of other European countries, tourists, and other curious travelers were shocked when they visited Belgrade. After a decade of negative campaign about Belgrade and Serbia, during the hard time of the 90s, tourists expected poor and devastated people straggling to survive or to escape and find better life somewhere else.
What they found out was the fact that during the 90s, during the isolation and inflation, people use to gather during the day and night and party soft and sometimes really hard, all together, students, lawyers, Doctors, Intellectual’s, Street kids, and other social structures humans. They felt need to unite and spend maybe their last days together. They unite to share feelings of love, hate, anger, sadness with each other. Music was the escape! During hard times, people of Belgrade felt abounded and left from its own Government, from Europe and back then from friendly Russia.
Successful people lost everything over night, Intellectuals against government lost their jobs, hard workers lost jobs, idealist of Yugoslavia were watching how their country was falling a part. People who traveled the Europe in the 80s, during the 90s faced completely different life style. Except money that people suddenly lost, love is what people missed the most. It’s the social phenomenon that Hard times made Clubbing and Nightlife Belgrade so successful that Belgrade was declared during the 2000-2015 many times as the party destination of the Europe and the world.
If you have time while in Belgrade and you are curios to get the bigger picture of its entreatment industry you would have to pay a visit to all different styles of Venues and Areas of Belgrade. Have Fun 🙂
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