What to do in the city at the weekend

Lock the door of your house because you will not sit among your favourite four walls this weekend. The end of the week in Belgrade has a perfect programme in each part of the city

Thursday 14th of June 2018

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BNM at Cvetko's is Belgrade Night Market, which is held for the first time at the market "Zvezdara", better known as Cvetko's market (Cvetkova pijaca) on 15th June from 18:00. At the place where the famous Cvetko's tavern used to be, the Cvetko's Bazaar was a marker of many childhoods. Favourite market of many people opens its doors to exhibitors - the best designers, craftsmen, restaurants and shopkeepers. At the market the goal is not only to sell goods, but to talk to customers, to bargain, hang out and make new friendships. An interesting programme will be held within the market in order to make the beginning of socializing unforgettable.

Weekend on Avala - it sounds fantastic! On Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June, the Avala Festival of Cheese takes place under the Avala Tower. The most beautiful and most delicious kinds of white cheese you can actually buy at the markets of the Serbian capital will be exhibited. Their origin is Belgrade. They come from Avala villages - Zuce, Veli Potok, Pinosava, Ripanj. If you have not found your cheese yet, here is the opportunity to get to know the manufacturers as well. The Avala Weekend with cheese starts at 10:00 and lasts until 16:00.

The Museum of Yugoslavia is a true museum pearl and is one of the leading attractions of the capital especially for tourists and visitors from Western countries. Stories, a large number of exhibits, historical films about the creation of Yugoslavia and post-war development in the socialist regime are a part of the cultural heritage of all countries in the region. Tours in English or Serbian are organized daily with prior appointment. Nevertheless, to make every weekend special, the Museum of Yugoslavia, on Sunday, 17th June, offers additional free professional guidance through the complex with a paid ticket from 11:00 in English and from 12:00 in Serbian. From the gate of the Museum through park to the House of Flowers, through the Museum, passages and gardens, domestic and foreign tourists will get a lot of information about the history of Yugoslavia, but also to the ruler who marked the 20th century.