Skadarlija

Here you'll experience a vibrant and artistic atmosphere, reminiscent of Paris's Montmartre. Skadarlija is a street full of restaurants, bars and cafes, all dotted along the cobblestones. Once the domain of poets, academics, and Bohemians, Skadarlija is now home to some of the best restaurants in the city.

Who is it aimed at?
Couples, friends, families

Arrival
By car

Good to know
It's often said that if you haven't visited Skadarlija, you haven't visited Belgrade.

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