Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and the biggest city in the country. To be precise, Belgrade is located 44.80 latitude and 20.47 longitude and it is situated at elevation 120 meters above sea level. Belgrade has a population of 1,273,651 people and operates on the CEST time zone. Translated from Serbian, Belgrade means white city. For the beginners, everything that you need to know about Belgrade is that city is mostly famous about our heritage, cuisine and unique nightlife.
Thanks to its original mix of eastern and western culture, we can be only grateful for our great cuisine. Our cuisine is based on meat, but fear not vegetarians, there are plenty of great restaurants in Belgrade for you as well! Check the list of top 10 Serbian foods that you don’t want to miss! Serbians are pretty proud of our cuisine, and tourists after visiting for the first time share this opinion.
Maybe Belgrade is the most famous about it’s nightlife. Whenever you decide to visit, you will find plenty of good parties in clubs and bars all over the city. Literally during the all year, no matter which season is, there are clubs that works every single night in the week. There are 2 types of clubs: Winter and summer ones. Winter clubs are situated around city center, and summer ones are located on the river as a boat clubs, rafts, or in Serbian – Splavs. Belgrade is in rang of best party destinations in the world, next to Berlin, Ibiza and many others.
Dress code is also a pretty big deal in the clubs. Smart casual is a global dress code, but have it on mind that too sporty is a no-no, and clubs authorities have a right for not letting you in. The smartest thing is to get informed about the dress rules of the club where you are heading that night.
Never go drunk or too tipsy to the clubs! There are strict rules for that, and clubs authorities are doing serious face control at the entrance.
Types of clubs in Belgrade
There are several Types of clubs in Belgrade:
Mainstream clubs are among the most popular clubs in Belgrade. They are always crowded with party souls, and depending of your music preferences, you can choose to party in club with Foreign and clubs that offer Serbian national live music. Most of the clubs in Belgrade offer foreign music ( Rnb, Tech House and Deep House ).
There are not many alternative clubs in Belgrade as there are Mainstream ones. Among the Few are 20 /44, Shlep and Mercury.