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Skadarlija – the bohemian quarter

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Visit Belgrade – Throughout entire Serbian history taverns have had a great impact. There were held business meetings, deals were cut, and rebellions were raised. Taverns were also the gathering place for highly intelligent people, and they are known to be the place of origin of some of the most beautiful poems of our most known poets.

Skadarlija is a vintage street, an urban neighborhood and former municipality of Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It is located in the Belgrade municipality of Stari Grad (Old town) and generally considered the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade, similar to Paris’ Montmartre.

Skadarlija is located less than 300 metres (330 yd) north-west of Terazije, central Belgrade. It begins right below the Republic Square and stretches along the short, winding Skadarska Street. One of the most famous streets in Belgrade, it is less than 400 metres (440 yd) long. It connects the Despot Stefan Boulevard with the Dušanova Street, near the Bajloni open green market and the Mira Trailović Square, where it extends into the neighborhood of Dorćol.

Skadarlija is definitely in the top of sightseeing priorities. „Zlatni bokal“ (Golden Kettle), „Tri šešira“ (Three Hats), „Dva jelena“ (Two Deers), „Šešir moj“ (My Hat), „Ima dana”, „Dva bela goluba“ (Two White Pigeons), are some names of popular taverns in bohemian Belgrade quarter. Visit Belgrade – Skadarlija offers a wide range of traditional Serbian entertainment – national cuisine, galleries, cafes, pastry shops, charming ladies, travelling actors, Serbian souvenirs… All of these things in one street, which gives you enough entertainment till dawn.

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