Well, hi there!
So, recently I had the opportunity to visit Belgrade, Serbia w/ my lovely sister. We had the most fun and interesting week there, basically we had the time of our life.
When we were there, we saw with our little nephew Milos, which we love so much and all of our Serbian family there.
SO, LET ME GUIDE YOU THROUGH OUR ADVENTURE!
Day 1: we didn’t do anything special, we first got some rest and then we strolled around Zemun, one part of Belgrade. I fell in love with Zemun and Belgrade, in general.
I am a lover of old stuff. Old music, old pictures and old architecture. And luckily, Belgrade is full of old buildings and old architecture. I love to see that everywhere I go, because it reminds me that the place that I’m at, is full of history and those old buildings have been there many many years before…and that’s what attracts me the most. That’s why I fell in love with Belgrade!
beautiful blossom trees in the center of Zemun
my favorite building up front
There are two rivers that go through Belgrade: Dunabe and Sava river. Zemun, in particular, is on the Dunabe river, but when you go on Kalemegdan, from there you can see the point when the two rivers meet.
Day 3 (Monday): This day was probably the best one of them all! All day we explored Belgrade, we went to Knez Mihailova, Kalemegdan, Skadarska Ulica and Belgrade Zoo. That day we met with our friends from Belgrade and we absolutely had so much fun, especially at the ZOO 🙂
a stunning old building on Knez Mihailova
where old meets new
Skadarska ulica is a street in Belgrade which represents its old town, it’s full with little restaurants and cafes, which prepare traditional cuisine. It’s like Ohrid, kind of. There are also old houses and there’s art on the buildings.
Skadarska ulica (street Skadarska)
me and my sister
a cute bakery
And next… beautiful Kalemegdan!
sunset on Kalemegdan
where Dunabe and Sava meet
We visited the Temple of Saint Sava, which was MASSIVE and extraordinary, something so powerful and big.
Temple of Saint Sava by night
And on our last day, we went again on Knez Mihailova and then we sat down in a cafe and enjoyed the view of history. That was our last day in Belgrade, the next day we had to come back and I’m glad we spent it like we did.
refreshing with a mojito
That’s a wrap! I hope you enjoyed. I really had a blast in Belgrade and this city is definitely “a must” to visit!
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