Belgrade is the capital and the biggest city of Serbia, maybe it is not the most beautiful of all the cities in Europe, but it definitely has something to offer to people who like great food, history and nightlife. The official name of Belgrade is: Beograd. From Beo that in Serbian means white and Grad means city. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and of the most populated cities in South-Eastern Europe. The historical core of Belgrade, which is called Kalemegdan, was on the right riverbanks. Since the 19th century the city has been expanding to south and east. Due to its position Belgrade was properly called “The gate of the Balkans” and the “The door of Middle Europe”. Belgrade has about 1.750.000 inhabitants, Moreover Belgrade is a young city: more than 40% of its citizens are between 15 and 44 years of age. This means good news, there is a lot of things to do for this age group.
Belgraders enjoy cafes and bars during the day and at night clubs and discos are always crowded, that is why the vibrant and ever-changing nightlife is something not to miss when visiting Belgrade! In 2008 Belgrade has been chosen Europe’s best nightlife city by the times and CNN, offering cheap drinks and accommodation in comparison to the rest of Europe. In Belgrade, unlike other parts of Europe, every night is like a friday night. In Belgrade there are lots of clubs, bars and casinos. This country’s people are on top of this all also very friendly, which makes a visit to this country even a better experience