Discover 12 Of The Best Bars In Belgrade, Serbia

When we were in Belgrade, Serbia, we did a LOT of walking and sightseeing. Plus, we had friends there at the time, which meant socialising and having fun. 

And, not only do we love trying different foods… we love trying different beverages too when in new places. Needless to say, we went to explore many Belgrade bars, pubs and restaurants. 

From trying local craft beers through to the rakia… we were up for trying new drinks in Belgrade. Plus, the nightlife in Belgrade is so vibrant and diverse. Yet, with these places, many of them are open during the daylight hours… if you want to start drinking early ;-)

So, in this We Drink Eat Travel blog post… we’ll run through 12 of the best bars in Belgrade, Serbia. And, after reading this, you may want to check out our top pizzas in Belgrade blog… or our Ultimate Guide on Food in Belgrade, to appease your bellies after sessions of drinking!

So, first up on our list for one of the best bars in Belgrade is…

Mama Shelter

Mama Shelter is actually a hotel with a restaurant, indoor bar area… as well as a rooftop bar section. Even though the indoor and outdoor areas are big, it can get busy. And, we understand why. It has a lively and fun atmosphere, with lots of different beverages to suit many tastes. 

Note that as it is part of a modern hotel… the prices are a bit more on the pricier side than other places. For example, a glass of wine may cost around 500 RSD depending on what you get (about 4.25 USD / 4.30 Euros / 3.60 GBP). 

Or, a pint of beer starts from around 350 RSD (about 2.95 USD / 3.00 Euros / 2.50 GBP).  

Yet, why not splurge while you’re enjoying yourself in Belgrade! And, in the scheme of things… it’s still cheap when comparing to other places in Europe, Australia or the US!

You can find Mama Shelter at Rajiceva Shopping Center, on Kneza Mihaila 54A.

Gunners Pub

If you want a place to try lots of different beers local and imported… then head on over to Gunners Pub. With over 16 beers on tap, as well as more than 80 beers in a bottle… you’d be hung over like a bear with a sore head trying lots of them!

The staff are laidback, yet attentive. And, if the choices are overwhelming, the staff are happy to provide suggestions according to your tastes… or even to try something new, like a raspberry sour beer!

And, you can choose to sit outside at the front of the pub, if you want to people watch… and take in the fresh air. This would have to be one of the best pubs in Belgrade. Plus, the prices are great for what you get.

For example, a 500ml beer starts from around only 280 RSD (about 2.35 USD / 2.45 Euros / 2.00 GBP). Now that’s damn cheap!

You can find Gunners Pub on Braće Jugovića 2a.

Red Bar

When you’re exploring the Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade… you should stop down the main street of Skardarlija and have a drink or few. There are many places you can try down the cobble stone streets. Yet, one of the bars we recommend is the Red Bar.

Now, don’t be fooled by the name. Even though much of the building is a red color, don’t go looking for red seats… as the seats are covered by lime green cushions!

They have a range of drinks from shots, to wine, beer, soft drinks, cocktails and more. And, considering the historic location, the prices are relatively inexpensive. For example, the price of a local 500ml beer, starts from about 280 RSD RSD (about 2.35 USD / 2.45 Euros / 2.00 GBP).

You can find the Red Bar at Skadarska 17.

Blaznavac

This is one of the best bars in Belgrade… with a mix of locals and tourists in a funky atmosphere. There’s ample seating outside on the footpath, out front of the bar… as well as lots of different sections inside. 

And, you’ll know you’re at the right bar when you see this eccentric multi-colored elephant!

Plus, the drinks menu is extensive, with something for everyone. Plus, the drink prices are very reasonable for such a funky place. For example, a glass of 500ml beer starts from about 250 RSD (about 2.05 USD / 2.15 Euros / 1.80 GBP).

You can find this cool bar at 18 Kneginje Ljubice.

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Cigla Bar

For a boutique type place to enjoy some drinks… make your way to Cigla Bar. While this place may be smaller than some, it is a cozy place to hang out… even though it’s nearby Republic Square and the main pedestrian street of Kneza Mihaila.

For a small place, it does have a decent range of different beers… as well as other drinks.

There is seating out front too, so you can people watch. Otherwise, as the seats are relatively close together… you may end up chatting with locals or other tourists.

You can find Cigla Bar at Čika-Ljubina 11.

For all you “sinners” out there, you need to check out this place…

Sinnerman

If you’re looking for a rooftop bar in Belgrade, then why not check out Sinnerman. OK, so it was a little difficult for us to find… and we ended up having to ask a few locals where the “rooftop bar” is. 

There’s an entrance to an office-type building and you need to find the lifts. Then you take the lifts to the top floor. And, after you wander around a little, you should find the entrance which looks like this…

Then, make your way to the outdoor area and seats by the wall, to get views like this…

This place is also has jazz performers too, if that’s the genre of music you enjoy.

You can find Sinnerman at Trg Nikole Pašića 5.

Jolly Roger Pub

For a lively atmosphere at night time, head on over to the Jolly Roger Pub. During Summer it gets packed outside, with people having all sorts of drinks. And, there’s an extensive food menu too. Plus, sometimes there are live bands. So, the music combined with cheap drinks equals a jolly night out! 

When we’ve gone there, it’s been real busy. Yet, we found that the staff were attentive, and would acknowledge us…. even when serving other customers.

Now, when you’re trying to look for this place… remember that you need to head DOWNSTAIRS from the main road. Otherwise, you’ll be looking for ages!

You can find Jolly Roger Pub at Kraljice Marije 1.

Now, here’s one of the best bars in Belgrade… for a bird’s eye view of the Danube River and Belgrade.

Gardoš Pub

One of the landmarks you may go to see in Belgrade is Gardoš Tower… built way back in the late 1890’s. And, when you’re nearby here… you should stop off at Gardos Pub for a brew or two and enjoy the views.

They have a range of drinks, including local rakija. And, when we went to have some beers, we were given a small complimentary plate of nuts. 

So, the prices of drinks are reasonable… considering the prime location and amazing views you can get. For example, a 500ml beer costs from around 250 RSD (about 2.05 USD / 2.15 Euros / 1.80 GBP).

You can find this bar in Belgrade at Grobljanska 5.

Cigla & Krigla Pub

For a local Belgrade pub atmosphere not too far from Tasmajdan Park… head on over to Cigla & Krigla Pub. 

When you step inside, the interior is dark with several tables and bar seating. We sat everywhere… LOL!

Yet, we recommend you head upstairs to their outdoor terrace area… when the weather is good, of course.

Beers are dirt cheap… starting at around 200 RSD for a 500ml draught beer (about 1.70 Euros / 1.80 USD / 1.45 GBP).

You can find Cigla & Krigla Pub at Dalmatinska 44.

Street Caffe Ada

When you’re hanging out for some “beach time” in Belgrade… then you’ll most likely end up at Ada Ciganlija. It’s lovely to spend a day out here… whether you’re on your own or with family and friends. Plus, there are LOTS of places to enjoy some beverages by the beach. 

And, one place we recommend is the Street Caffe Ada. It has a very chilled atmosphere, with big umbrellas to shade you from the blistering hot sun. It was so relaxing we couldn’t stop for just one bevvy!

You can find this place by the waterfront at Ada Ciganlija.

Boho Bar

We would have to recommend Boho as one of the best bars in Belgrade… especially considering its location, which is in the Belgrade Fortress complex.

At night the views are magical overlooking the fortress which is beautifully lit up like this…

Plus, the city skykline and river are breathtaking while enjoying some beverages. And, depending on when you go there may be some live music. It feels like you’re in another world when you go to Boho Bar. So, check it out and enjoy!

You can find this bar in Belgrade at Kalemegdanska Terasa bb.

Gentleman Bar

Now, you’ve just read the name of this bar… yet it’s not the type of place you may think it is. The Gentleman Bar is a great local’s hang out for drinks in the area of Voždovac. Of course, if you’re passing through as tourists you’re more than welcome! 

The service here is friendly and when it gets hot outside… they put on the air-conditioning for relief from the heat. 

From morning through to late night, this place is open to quench your thirst. And, on the weekends, they usually have live bands playing. Most of the time it’s local music. Yet, every now and again there’ll be some songs that you’ll know!

It has a great vibe and drinks are cheap. Plus, if you’re feeling hungry, they do have food you can order. Yet, our recommendation is to head on over to Piano Loco for some delicious food! 

You can find the Gentleman Bar at Vojvode Stepe 275.

So, there you have it, 12 of the best bars in Belgrade, Serbia you can check out. 

Belgrade is such a vibrant and fun capital city. There’s so much to do in Belgrade. So, when you’re out sightseeing, or you want to relax after your big days out… there are heaps of bars where you can chill out or party hard!

From rooftop bars, to craft beer places, through to the funky establishments… or beach side bars, there’s something for everyone to enjoy some drinks. 

So, when you were in Belgrade… where were the top places you’d like to have a drink? 

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Best Places To Visit In Belgrade Serbia, For Interesting Architecture

When we went to Belgrade, Serbia… it sure was a surprising place to explore. Although we did do a little bit of research, we weren’t sure what to expect… as other people’s experiences may not reflect what would happen with us.

And, as we were spending a longer time there than most tourists… we could take our time to see the sights.

So, when we were strolling around the city, sometimes randomly without a plan… we found some amazing and interesting places when it came to buildings.

Thus, in this We Drink Eat Travel blog post… we want to share some of the best places to visit in Belgrade for interesting architecture. And, this can help build your list when you visit Belgrade

Oh, and just to clarify… this doesn’t include churches, as they deserve their own blog!

The Old Palace 

The Old Palace was built in the 1880’s, originally for the Serbian Obrenović Dynasty. Then, in the early 1900’s… it became the home for the Karađorđević Dynasty once they took over. 

This Palace underwent several reconstructions with significant changes… as a result of the many wars. Nowadays, The Old Palace houses the City Assembly of Belgrade… as well as the Mayor’s Office.

Now, as you can see in the photo there is a big lush garden. And, conveniently across the other side of this garden is another landmark building…

The New Palace 

The Karađorđević Dynasty sure left their mark when it came to buildings and architecture. The New Palace was built in the early 1900’s for this Dynasty, as their new home. Yet, in the 1930’s after moving to a new home… the Palace then became a museum, opening its doors to the public. 

Nowadays though, this is the home of the President of the Republic of Serbia.

And, while you can see the differences in the two buildings… it’s hard to determine which one we like better! What do you think?

Now, one of the best places to visit in Belgrade for interesting architecture is this building…

The National Museum

The National Museum is one of the most iconic buildings in Belgrade, Serbia… as it is the oldest museum, having been established in the mid 1800’s. Plus, you can find it in the popular, Republic Square.

And, when you see this building… the contrast in colors of the materials to build the museum, help make it stand out and look striking. It’s said that the National Museum houses over hundreds of thousands of artworks and pieces… covering around 5000 square metres, over 3 floors for the various collections!

By the way, here’s a travel tip: If you happen to be in Belgrade on a Sunday, make sure you visit the museum then… as the entry is FREE. It is worth visiting Belgrade to see this building… as well as the museum’s art collections.

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Now, next to the National Museum is this building…

The National Theatre

The National Theatre in Belgrade, was established in 1869… to house performances including opera, drama and ballet. The designer was the infamous Aleksandar Bugarski, an icon in Serbian architecture.

Like many buildings in Belgrade… the National Theatre also suffered damage from the wars. Yet, the original façade of this building has largely been able to kept as is… with its Neo-Baroque style architecture.

And, while it does look beautiful in the daylight, make time to see it at night, as it looks spectacular…

For one of the top places to visit in Belgrade for outstanding architecture, go here…

The Old Belgrade Main Railway Station

This magnificent building was built back in the late 1800’s… and was a bustling hub to transport thousands of people to various destinations. Yet, operations from this station were shut down in mid 2018… with let’s say, a not so attractive alternative station!

If you have some confusion about where to find this building, we understand. Because if you type in “Belgrade Railway Station” into a web search… you’ll get many different results. Yet, you can find this historical old station at Savski trg 2… next to the Park and Monument in dedication of, Stefan Nemanja.

Now, if you fancy yellow for colors, then you need to see this…

Students’ Cultural Centre

One day after having a feast at the Hilton Belgrade… we went for a stroll down Kralja Milana. And, one interesting building that stood out this…

Now, it wouldn’t be surprising to mistake it for a castle… especially with its medieval type architecture.

Yet, this building with its bright yellow brickwork is… the Students’ Cultural Center (SKC). It’s also known as the Officers Club or Officers House. Back in the days it would host the officers’ events, and other important occasions.

Nowadays, the SKC is a cultural hub… where it houses concerts, exhibitions, performances and more.

Remains of the NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia

When it comes to exploring European countries and cities… most of the time, unfortunately tragic events are part of the history. And, Belgrade is no exception. Initially we were unsure if we should include this.

Yet, the Serbians have left remains of some buildings still standing as is… destroyed as a result of the horrific bombings in 1999.

And, when you speak with the locals who suffered through it… you can see the pain and heartbreak that still haunts them today. Yet, what we love is their resilient attitude.

We post this in honor of the people who died, who live today… and for the generations to come.

Princess Ljubica’s Residence

If you want to see a pretty royal building… then head on over to Princess Ljubica’s Residence.

This building was originally built in 1830… to serve as the representative court of the Obrenović Dynasty. Yet, it then became the residence for Prince Miloš over a short period.

And then, it became the residence for Prince Mihailo… his wife Princess Ljubica and their children. Nowadays it serves as a museum, showcasing the culture and lifestyle.

So, for one of the best places to visit in Belgrade for amazing architecture, go here…

National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia

Whether it’s front on or side on, you’ll get amazing photos of this amazing building.

While construction started in the early 1900’s… it wasn’t easy, taking decades to complete it as you see it today.

One of the most significant features is the huge central dome… and the grand staircase leading to the entrance. Plus, the two huge flag poles on either side, with the symbolic eagles at the base.

For a completely different style of building design, go to this place…

Manak’s House

In comparison to all the other buildings we have shared with you so far today… this one looks the most simple in design, right?

Yet, what makes Manak’s House special is that it’s an example of an 19th Century townhouse… showcasing the traditional architectural characteristics of Belgrade.  

Plus, during the time of when this house was built in the early 1800’s… Belgrade was preparing to become the capital of the Principality of Serbia. So, a lot of key historic significance surrounds this little white house… owned by the merchant, Manak Mihailović.

Now, when it comes to seeing interesting architecture… many government and even academic institutions, have some of the most incredible buildings. Wouldn’t you agree?

And, this one is no exception…

Ministry of Forestry and Mining and Ministry of Agriculture and Waterworks Building

OK, yes, it’s a bit of mouthful saying the name of this building. Try saying it 10 times really fast… ha, ha, ha!

Now, this is a building that we stumbled across, as we were strolling around Belgrade. And, what caught our eye was the amazing architecture.

The construction of this building started in the 1920’s… with the desire to replicate a Serbian-Byzantine style of architecture.

Yet, notable architect Nikolaj Petrovič Krasnov… made his contributions to the design of this building. And, one of the most striking features is the dome with male and female sculptures… as well as other structures relating to the functions of mining and agriculture.

And last, but not least on our list of best places to visit in Belgrade, for interesting architecture is…

The Main Post Office

This huge building built in the 1930’s is eye-catching. The dark grey columns and stone blocks surround rows of windows… gives it a unique character, for one of the biggest postal buildings in Yugoslavia, back in those days. 

Do you think it has a commanding-type look and style? If you said yes, then that’s exactly what the architects set out to achieve… to represent the prosperity and strength of Belgrade being the capital city.

At the time of writing… this building still operates as a functioning post office.

So, there you have it… some of the best places to visit in Belgrade Serbia, for interesting architecture. Put these on your list, and there are plenty more you can add… as you explore Belgrade.

And, while some of the buildings are much younger than in other parts of Europe… there are various and amazing architectural styles, important in this city’s history.

What other buildings in Belgrade did you see, that you found interesting?

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Prague Drinking Guide – 10 Of The Best Places To Go

Prague is one of our favorite capital cities in Europe, especially when it comes to drinking! There are plenty of places to have a beverage, or 2, or more in this vibrant city. 

Plus, there are even more options when Summer time comes around! From bars by the waterfront, old town pubs, amazing beer gardens… through to drinks by the pool that aren’t in a hotel!  There’s so many places to discover when you get thirsty.

Yet, in this We Drink Eat Travel blog post… we’ll run through 10 of the best places for drinks in Prague. And, some of them are very surprising!

Dejavu

Location: Jakubská 648/6, Staré Město (Old Town)

If you’re looking for a place to drink with a sleek and chic interior… then head on over to Dejavu. It has a very sophisticated bar area… and is popular for their cocktail happy hours between 6 and 8pm.

Plus, they claim to make REAL cocktails… which makes you wonder what other places are doing! Are they using cheap alcohol than what they say… or maybe the drinks are watered down? Hmmm… interesting to think about when you’re out and about!

Service here is swift, friendly and helpful. Plus, you can pay by credit card if need be.

We didn’t take advantage of the cocktail happy hours and had beer instead. A 330ml bottle of beer will cost around 65 Koruna (about 2.70 Euros / $2.80 USD / 2.25 GBP). 

Chapeau Rouge Bar

Location: Jakubská 2, Staré Město (Old Town)

If you’re looking for a place with cheap beer in Prague, and generally inexpensive drinks… you should go check out Chapeau Rouge. 

This is a huge place which spans over 3 floors. Depending on what time you go, you can simply hang out at the bar areas… or dance away with the DJ in the nightclub section. Or, you can listen to some live music. So, it’s great for variety if you want to stay in the one place.

Plus, there’s also a big throne near the main bar, where you can look over everyone else in the bar… LOL!

Drinks are cheap, with a pint of draught beer about 60 Koruna… and a small one about 40 Koruna.

Be wary though, this bar only accepts cash.

Double Trouble

Location: Melantrichova 970/17, Staré Město (Old Town)

In the heart of Prague Old Town is a place you should check out called, Double Trouble. 

It’s a fun atmosphere, with many groups having fun while we were there.

And here, you can enjoy your drinks at one of the many tables. Otherwise, head on over to the dancefloor… with the different colored lights glittering around the room. And, show off your dance moves when the DJ pumps out music all night long.

For a 330ml bottle of beer, it’ll cost around 79 Koruna. A little more expensive than other places… yet it is a place to party!

So, a travel tip for this place is to remember to bring cash… as they don’t accept cards.

Letna Park

If you saw our blog about 30 Of The Best Free Things To Do In Prague… you will have seen us mention Letna Park. And, not only do we recommend you visit this park… you should stop to have a drink.

Letna Park has a huge beer garden, with plenty of seats. While the range of drinks is small, one of the best things about this place is the amazing views you’ll witness at this park…

When you get a beer here, they’ll put it in a re-usable plastic cup. So, you’ll need to pay a deposit per cup of 50 Koruna (about 2 Euros / $2.10 USD / 1.70 GBP). Just remember to return the cup after you’re done drinking… otherwise you’ll lose the deposit!

Also, another travel tip is to have some cash, as they don’t accept cards.

Gastro Bar 1401

Location: Michalská 970/20, Staré Město

For a bar with a different looking interior, you need to check out the Gastro Bar 1401. While on the outside it may look like a standard bar, once you walk in you’ll see all this…

Now, all of these white things are sticky notes where people have messages on them… and then they get put up around the bar. So, if you want to leave your mark in Prague, write a heartfelt note here!

If you enjoy live music, then you can see and hear it here at this Prague bar.

Also, you can sit outside at the front of the bar at the windows, if you like people watching. Or, you can sit outside in the courtyard areas, to enjoy the warm weather.

A pint of craft beer will cost around 75 Koruna.

Now, we this is one of the best places for drinks in Prague… and it’s not what you probably expect!

Střelecký Island

If you want to hang out at an island in the middle of Prague to enjoy some beverages… then make your way to Střelecký Island. We went here several times during our time in Prague… as the views are great, and it has a relaxing laidback environment.

They often hold various events and festivals here, especially in Summer. And, if there aren’t any events on… then there are usually some food and drink stands to help fill your belly, or quench your thirst. 

Plus, there are some great views of Prague for some fond memories.

Manifesto Market Anděl

Location: Ostrovského 34, Anděl

If you want to hang out in a cool and trendy environment by a pool… head on over the Manifesto Market in Andel. There are many food stalls, and places selling drinks to quench your thirst. 

Plus, on certain days during the week they host food and drink events, parties… as well as other entertainment, such as stand-up comedy.

And, one of the other main drawcards to this place is… you can sit by the pool chilling out, enjoying your beverages. No, you don’t have to pay to enter Manifesto. Yet, the drinks are slightly more expensive than others we’ve been to.

For example, as there are many stalls, prices vary. Yet, a big beer can cost around 70 Koruna. Maybe you’re paying for the privilege of being poolside!

Skautský Institut v Rybárně

Location: U Sovových mlýnů 134/1, Malá Strana

Now, this is a different type of place to have a drink in Prague. The Skautský institut v Rybárně is like a community-type centre. Yet, before you think about giving it the flick… read on.

So, as we were walking by the waterfront near Kampa Park… we saw lots of people having drinks. Thus, the beer was calling us to come in.

Now, you can enter this place via the waterfront like we did… or as you’re walking through Kampa Park. We have to admit, we wouldn’t have given it a thought strolling past it via the Park… because it doesn’t look anything special at front.

Yet, we recommend you sit by the waterfront area… either at the wooden tables and chairs. Otherwise, there are seats along the path where you can take your drinks… and get views like this.

Beers are cheap, with a big one costing about 47 Koruna. Plus, they accept credit card here.

So, be wary that if they run out of glasses… they’ll give you one of those re-usable plastic cups. And, similar to Letna Park, you’ll need to pay a deposit… which is refundable when you return it.

Now, next on our list of best places to go for drinks in Prague… is one that you must do!

Check Out One of the Many Festivals

When we were in Prague during Summer, it was surprising to see that there were HEAPS of festivals… especially on the weekends. So, if you’re a foodie, beer or wine lover… then you’ll be busy every weekend eating and drinking!

Yet, you should go out and enjoy the atmosphere. Plus, at most of the festivals are food stalls… and some will have live bands playing, or DJ with music blaring.

Now, here’s a travel tip, while most of the festivals are free to enter… you may need to pay for a beer or wine glass, which may cost around 100 Koruna each (about 4 Euros / $4.20 USD / 3.40 GBP).

Usually you can find out beforehand if you’ll need to pay for glass to enjoy the beverages… via the festival website or their Facebook page. And, while many of them will be in Czech language… we simply used Google translate to help us understand the festival details.

One of our favorite festival locations was surprisingly… beside the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius in the area of Karlin, in Prague!

 (A)void

Location: Náplavka č.11, Nové Město

When you’re strolling along the waterfront in the New Town area… you’ll notice some funky looking bar cafes with huge glass doors like this…

We stopped at one by the name of, (A)void to have a few brews. And, we got there at the right time to grab a couple of the deck chairs. It was relaxing to people watch, while drinking and chilling out on the deck chairs.

They have a variety of drinks to choose from. And, for a big draught beer it’ll cost around 50 Koruna.

So, there are 10 very different, but some of the best places to go for drinks in Prague. From laidback atmospheres, by the waterfront, in a pumping club… through to beer gardens with incredible views. 

There’s sure to be many places you’ll love to have drinks, while you’re discovering Prague.

What were your favorite Prague bars or places to drink? And, what did you like about them?

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