How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

Being that Belgrade is one of the oldest cities of Europe, it can offer days of exploring new things and places. Even next to that, if you end up being in Belgrade and having only 72 hours, be sure that it can be enough to feel the energy of one of the most unusual cities in Europe.

Here are some recommends how and what you can enjoy during your 3 days in our city. We chosed some of Belgrade’s highlights.

Day 1

Flea Markets in Belgrade

Explosion of colors and smell of nature – free markets are small heaven for your senses. You will meet friendly people who are growing organic fruits, vegetables and flowers. You may find there as well Serbian products like ajvar, fruit jams, kajmak  homemade by traditional recipes.

Some of the Belgrade Flea Markets are Zeleni Venac which is the oldest free market in Belgrade, Bajloni is at the very end of Skadarlija and  Kalenić near Church of Saint Sava.

How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

Kalenić pijaca

Cup of the best coffee in Belgrade

You will find at Kafeterija coffee shop. They are supplied by more than 15 different kinds of coffee from all around the world. The smell of freshly brewed coffee, and a lot of interesting flavors will make you want to come back again here.

If you want to visit one of the biggest coffee shops in this part of Europe, that is Kafeterija which is accommodated in the street Kralja Petra 16, and it has 5 floors.

We suggest you to taste amazing Brazilian Cappuccino with almond milk.

How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

Kafeterija Kralja Petra

Kalemegdan Fortress

The best way to reach the Kalemegdan Fortress is to pass trough the most alive street in Belgrade Knez Mihailova, which is leading to the Heart of the Fortress itself. It is a walking zone street full of shops, restaurants, people, artists, clowns, musicians, and beautiful architectures.

How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

Knez Mihailova street

Kalemegdan yearly is visited by few million passengers. With rich history and wonderful nature outlooks , no doubt that you will need some time for making nice photos and discovering more about the most famous spot in Belgrade.

While you are there and if it’s summer season, you’ll be lucky enough to have a chance to enjoy the sunset on Kalemegdan. Somebody was creative enough to make bohemian styled bar called Boho Bar, where you can sit on the pillows, walk barefoot and feel the freedom in the middle of Fortress!

In the end of the day make sure you have enough energy because Belgrade Nightlife has a reason why it is the best in Europe!

Day 2

If you are searching for a restaurant with great food here are some recommends.

Ambar offers delicious Balkan food with a lot of choices of Rakia and great atmosphere and interior. It is located at Beton Hala.

Lorenzo and Kakalamba is an unusual restaurant. At least it will make you surprised. Next to tasty food that they are offering , they have list of the best Italian wines. After you’ve been served by friendly waiters, you’ll want to walk around the restaurant and explore all corners, because of interior which seems like little museum.

How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

If you are vegan here is a place which you can check Radost Fina Kuhinjica located under the Kalemegdan Fortress in street Pariska 3. We are sure that lovers of this kind of food will completely enjoy their service and menu.


Ada Ciganlija

If it is sunny or cloudy day, you should for sure visit Ada Ciganlija Lake. Ada is as well called Belgrade’s sea. It offers a lot of things you can do there – biking, skating, running, swimming, wake boarding, golf playing, basketball courts and many other sport activities. It is full of restaurants and bars, so you can enjoy just sitting and chilling next to the water or watch the sunset.

If you like skateboarding check our Skate Park located opposite of Ušće shopping center.

At night you can check how it is to party in some of the popular Belgrade clubs.

Day 3

Imagine how would it be to drive in old timer car trough one of the oldest city? You can even do that. You can rent and old-timer and go for a sightseeing.

Place which you shouldn’t leave Belgrade without checking is Skadarlija.

Either that it’s lunch or dinner, Skadarlija Is a bohemian street where you will get to feel real Serbian spirit. The street offers Kafanas – old Serbian pubs with traditional Serbian food and drinks. While you are trying some new food you will be able to enjoy in music played live by ‘Serbian Mariachi’

How to spend 72 hours in Belgrade

And again, check one of the Belgrade Clubs, you will get to know as soon as you arrive that Belgrade is the city, which never sleeps.