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Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia. Serbia has always straddled East and West, not only in a geographical sense, but also politically and culturally. An opulent blend of history, architecture, culture and entertainment awaits you in Serbia’s cities. Belgrade, the capital city that never sleeps, captivates visitors with its natural combination of eastern passion and European elegance.

It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since ancient times been an important crossing of the ways where the roads of eastern and western Europe meet. The city lies on two international waterways, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, which surround it on three sides. Because of this position, Belgrade is fittingly referred to as the Gateway to the Balkans and the Door to Central Europe.

As a design city, Belgarde receives every year, the event Belgrade Design Week, that happens in June. Belgrade Design Week is the first festival of creative industries and modern business in Serbia and the South East European region, covering an area home to more than 100 million people from Milan to Istanbul. For visitor and attendants of the big Belgrade Design Week 2013 or the pass by tourists here is a full city guide of Belgrade, with the best spots to eat and drink, the top design and luxurious hotels and every little thing that you should not forget.

 

Hotels and Resorts

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Hyatt Regency Belgrade

Hyatt Regency Belgrade is the finest five star hotel in Belgrade, located in New Belgrade, close to the exclusive shopping Centre Ušće, and amazing park Ušće- point where Sava flows into the Danube with river bank overlooking the city center and Kalemegdan fortress and an intact and uninhabited War Island.

Hotel is only five minutes by car from the Belgrade city center, old city of Zemun and within walking distance of Sava Centre – one of the largest conferences centers in Belgrade and Belgrade Arena – the largest event and sports hall.

Square Nine Hotel Belgrade

Belgrade’s first world-class luxury hotel blends international lifestyle and local hospitality with sophisticated design and an elegant, modern atmosphere.Set in the city’s most attractive historic district, Square Nine is a showcase of polished interiors, attention to detail, and impeccable service.

Conceived by the owner as a groundbreaking keystone in Belgrade’s twenty first century renaissance, Square Nine brings a sumptuous, yet cozy, character to a city that’s long been dominated by international chains detached from the city’s identity and avant-garde, creative arts history.

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Townhouse 27

Townhouse 27 is an exclusive boutique hotel, situated in Belgrade, Serbia. Stands for oasis of calm and privacy in downtown Belgrade. Townhouse the word means luxury residence in the center of the city and is mostly used for this type of hotel. This luxury hotel units belong to the reconstructed building dating back to 1929, at an exquisite location. The resulting design combines impeccable service with modern architecture, giving our hotel unique sense of space and harmony, for which we have been awarded.

Design Hotel Mr. President

Unique by its concept, Design Hotel Mr. President contains 61 rooms, each of them proudly displaying a portrait of one of the world’s Presidents. Hotel Mr. President is one of the most luxury hotels in Belgrade. Design Hotel in Serbia opened doors to its guests on 24th November 2007, revolutionizing the way guests stay in the ever evolving city of Belgrade.

Conveniently located in the heart of the city, Design Hotel Mr. President is surrounded by the ultimate mix of fine dining restaurants, shops and nightlife so our guests never have to choose between business and pleasure. Choose Hotel Mr. President for your accommodation in Belgrade.

 

Galleries

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Ozone is one of Belgrade’s most popular art spaces. The idea behind Ozone is to present four different zones – Art3ONE, Eko3ONE, Science3ONE and Open3ONE – each of them representing different projects based on art, technology and science.

Remont is an independent art  association and one of the coolest art galleries in town. The gallery presents various art projects, most of which feature Serbian artists.  Here one can see quality modern art,  from photography and paintings to video installations and sculptures.

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Nova Gallery is located in the very heart of the city on “Andrićev venac” next to the popular Ozone gallery. Nova presents and promotes Serbian contemporary art, and artists from a variance of artistic fields.

The Sanu Gallery is one of the most important art spaces in Belgrade. It was created by The Serbian Academy of Science and Arts in the 70s. Activities of the gallery include organinsing studies; problem-oriented, topical, retrospective, mono-graphic exhibitions in the sphere of art, science and culture; issuing publications; organising lectures related to the exhibitions; and the collection and-safe keeping of items of visual arts owned by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.