New Year’s Fair
Rakija Fest 2013
Pedestrian zone and commercial center - Knez Mihailova Street is protected by law since it is one of the oldest and most important monumental urban environments.
Nemanjina Street became one of the main traffic routes in 1884, following the construction of the Railway Station.
The Kralja Petra I Street (“King Peter I Street”) is one of the oldest streets in Belgrade.
It was a barren meadow crossed by the Istanbul Road during the first half of the 19th century.
The existing square was formed after the demolition of Stambol Gate and the construction of the National Theatre building in 1869.
During Turkish times it was the location of a Turkish Cemetery, remaining in place until the second half of the 19th century.
The best known of the Belgrade squares began taking shape during the early 19th century.
The square was a marshy pond prior to 1880, where the citizens of Belgrade hunted wild ducks.
Strong and ambitious, charming and positive, Belgrade is the city that has shown that it can be the regional leader in tourism, business, sports, culture and entertainment; a metropolis that attracts people with its mesmerizing power.