Belgrade has a turbulent history and has experienced severe wars even in the recent past. But only a few relics in Serbia's capital bear witness to what it used to be. Today, the modern development of individual parts of the city is progressing more and more and joins the ranks of historical buildings from several eras. The city is on the move and exudes a very special energy -
there is no such thing as stagnation here. The city's diverse culture is due in part to its former border location between the Orient and the Occident, which is why influences from different regions of the world can still be felt today, especially in traditional Belgrade cuisine. Barbecues dominate the cityscape and thousands of kafanas, cafés and restaurants invite you to feast. In addition to the exciting mix of past and present, Belgrade captivates with its location on the Danube and Sava and offers magnificent views over the city and sights due to many hills.