City center

Belgrade is the capital of the Republic of Serbia and is, as such, the country's largest city. It lies on the confluence of the two major European rivers, Sava and Danube. Belgrade city center is not too big. Everything between Kalemegdan, Knez Mihajlova street and Skadarska street can be viewed by foot.

Knez Mihailova Street, main pedestrian street in Belgrade. Crowded during the day and night. Mostly shopping and numerous cafes. Republic Square, main meeting point in the city (also called kod konja - "by the horse"), right next to the statue of Mihailo Obrenovic, National Theater, National Museum, best place to arrange a meeting. Skadarlija, city's old bohemian pedestrian street filled with restaurants and cafes, most in the spirit of old Belgrade. Live bands playing old Belgrade music can be heard here in the evenings. The street is paved in cobblestone. Srpskih vladara (Kralja Milana) street, connecting Belgrade Fortress, Knez Mihailova street and Republic Square with Slavija Square and The Temple of Saint Sava dominate the view at Terazije Fountain, Hotel Moskva, The Old Royal Palace, following the New Palace, and theater Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozoriste, The Old Royal Palace, Beogradjanka (one of the tollest buildings in the city centre).