The famous Robin Williams graffiti in Belgrade

Street Art Belgrade: History – Part II

We are thrilled to bring you the second installment of the history of graffiti in Belgrade in the form of an excerpt from Aleksandar Djordjević’s book, “Street Art Belgrade”. The book is brought to you by local publisher, Komshe,...

The Belgrade Book Fair

Belgrade’s increasingly popular annual Book Fair opens tomorrow (the 23rd of October) With leaves yellowing, winter boots taking up front rows in shoe closets, schedules getting tighter, you don’t need a calendar to tell you autumn is...

President Xi Jinping of China and President Nikolic of Serbia

Chinese Reassured by Serb President

To the great relief of the Chinese people, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić declared that it was “ok” by him if the Chinese “look different from us.” The remark was made during an interview with China’s Xinhua news agency. As a...

A smiling dog in Belgrade

7 Reasons Why Having a Dog in Belgrade is Great

Like so much of life in the Serbian capital, owning and walking a dog in Belgrade can be a quirky and unique experience. Here are just a few of the things that make cohabitation with a pooch an awesome experience! 1. You feel like a pioneer You know...


Disarmed and Discombobulated

I am having something of an identity crisis. Yesterday I woke up knowing that I would face the mountainous terrain of Serbian bureaucracy in order to finish the establishment of my branding agency. It is mountainous, full of crags, hairpin turns,...

Tibetan terrier in Belgrade

Dog Owners on a Short Leash

The new tax for the owners of dangerous dog breeds comes into force. From February 1st the owners of “dangerous” dog breeds in Belgrade will be subject to a special monthly tax of 2,500 dinars (30,000 dinars annually). The breeds...

Terazije in New Belgrade

Bread and Circuses

Did you hear about a replica of Terazije in New Belgrade? Yes, you read it, right? One of the best remembered statements from the tragic times during the wars in ex-Yugoslavia that reflected perfectly the weltanschaung of many of its actors came...


Drvengrad: The Wooden Town

It’s so nice to get away from the city every so often. Sure, longer vacations are ideal, but even weekend getaways or one-day trips can do much for the soul. And you don’t have to go far, there are so many places to see in Serbia! Click...


Are Serbs a Beautiful People? Myth Busted!

For some reason, in preparation for my upcoming trip to Belgrade, I came across several sources in which comments were made about the unusually beautiful people in Belgrade. The young women would be tall, gorgeous, and of model quality, they could...


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....

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