Kosančićev Venac is a very beautiful district in historical part of Belgrade, beneath Belgrade Fortress, overlooking river Sava.
Zeleni Venac is a small district in the center of the city, located on the principal way to Branko's Bridge and New Belgrade. It is well known for its open…
King Peter's street (ser. "Ulica Kralja Petra") is possibly the most beautiful street in Belgrade. It goes from the building of the Patriarchate, in Kosančićev Venac neighborhood, crosses Knez Mihailova…
Formerly known as the "Theater square", after the magnificent building of the National Theater which was built in 1869 when the whole place began to get its shape. It is,…
Krunska (Crown) street is located in the city center, Vračar district. It goes on for 1.5 kilometers, in parallel with King Alexander blvd. Tesla Museum is here, at no. 51.
Resavska street is one of the most important streets in the center of Belgrade. It goes from the Church of St. Mark and King Alexander blvd., crossing Krunska ("Crown") street,…
Nikola Pašić square is, together with Terazije square and Republic square, which are in immediate vecinity, one of main city squares.
Nemanjina street covers relatively short distance between Slavija square and the Old Main Railway Station.
Obilićev Venac street forms a continuous pedestrian zone in the center of the city with Knez Mihailova street.

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Skadarska street is the main promenade and center of Skadarlija bohemian district.
Hilandarska street is a quiet street in the center of the city, less than 400 meters long. It goes from Radio Belgrade building and Politika daily newspaper tower to George…
Svetogorska street is one of the major central city streets. It goes for about 500 meters, from Takovska street to Politika square (and tower).
Balkanska street is a street that led many of the newcomers from the Main Railway Station to the city center back in the old days. Now it is just a…
Knez Mihailova street is a famous pedestrian zone in the very center of Belgrade. Throughout the history this road represented the heart of urban life in the city.
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra (King Aleksander blvd) is the longest street in Belgrade, and one of the longest European avenues, with 7.5 kilometers of length.
Kneza Miloša street is a large avenue that connects city center with the highway. It goes for about 1.5 kilometers, from the National Assembly to Mostar interchange.
Kralja Milana (eng. "King Milan street") is one of the central avenues in Belgrade. It goes on from Terazije Square to Slavija Square, for about 1 kilometer.
Terazije street (or square) is the ground zero, the central point of the city. Like Puerta del Sol in Madrid, for example. All tourist expeditions should start here.
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