New Yugonostalgia Tour – In a Yugo!

The founders of iBike Belgrade, who brought cycle-tourism to the Serbian capital, now offer a new tour of the city, focusing on its past as the capital of a much larger country, Yugoslavia. The new venture, Yugotour, will take participants on a...


How to Spend a Day in Belgrade

A reader’s view of Belgrade by Danas journalist, Vlada Živanović. Despite its size, Belgrade is a metropolis that one can meet in a day. Main spots are mostly downtown and it’s easy to visit them by foot. But first things first…...


Belgrade through my viewfinder

Recently, I bought new, so called prosumer camera. Neither expensive professional camera with changeable lenses nor just simple point-and-shot. Ideal for photo-enthusiast like me. I checked the users manual, I glanced at functions, but to really...


Underground Belgrade. Dark land or Wonderland?

What’s in hiding in the underground of the city? May be the rich history of the nation, dark secrets buried deep below, or just hiding place for criminals of today. Well,Underground Belgrade has it all together… and more than that....


The Surreal Tasmajdan Park Story

One monument is about to cast light on the values of our time. If it wasn’t a sad story it would well be worthy of a surrealist. The rays of spring sunshine raising the spirits of the winter-weary Belgraders remind us that April 15th, the date...


OK! I’m in Belgrade. Now what?

I don’t like getting up early in the morning. Never. It’s just not my cup of tea. Nor coffee. Sorry, can’t tell you anything about breathing up the morning breeze and enjoying reading early editions. But as far as I am concerned,...


The Passion of Balkan Nights

If someone were to ask you to write a text about what you would show a stranger in three days in the “Balkan Inn” – as Belgrade is sometimes referred to – what would you write with certainty that you have not made a mistake....

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