Belgrade city centerBelgrade , Serbia
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The capital of Serbia, the hospitable city of Belgrade, is perfectly demonstrated by our live webcam. Belgrade is one of the oldest European cities. Is located on two rivers: the Danube and the Sava.
Belgrade, which center you can see in our webcam, is divided into 17 communal districts: 10 central and 7 suburban. There are 3 main zones in the city: Stari Grad, Zemun and Novi Beograd.
In the area of Stari Grad there are the most important attractions of Belgrade: the Belgrade Fortress and St. Sava Church. Prince Michael Street is rich in restaurants with traditional Serbian cuisine and beautiful 19th century buildings. There is Skadarlija pedestrian quarter – Belgrade Montmartre. Also there are Botanical Garden and Tašmajdan Park. By the way, our webcam is located in the Stari Grad area.
The Zemun district boasts with narrow streets, nice houses, bright colorful courtyards, cozy cafes and well-groomed squares. Gardosh Hill is the most beautiful place in this area. There is also a great “Lido” beach.
The Novi Beograd district is a modern, dynamic and business place, connected to the historical center with the Branko’s bridge. The most popular attraction of Novi Beograd is the Belgrade Arena (Štark Arena).
The most luxurious houses and expensive villas are located in the Dedinje area.
Belgrade, where we have our webcam with online broadcast, is considered a fairly safe city. The danger may be only a suburban area of Karaburma.
The coast of Ada Lake is the most popular resort area for sunbathing and swimming. At the disposal of tourists there are 7 km of sandy and pebble beaches, marked with the Blue Flag.
Another popular beach of the capital is the coast of the Danube River – “Lido”, located in Zemun area. But it is better not to swim here.
In the capital of Serbia, the city of Belgrade there is the largest church in the Balkans – the St. Sava cathedral. The temple’s construction was started in 1894, but later stopped. After 100 years, construction started again. In Belgrade there is only one mosque – Bajrakli Mosque, built in the 16th century.
The most picturesque place in Belgrade, which center is visible in our webcam, is the artists and musicians quarter – Skadarlija, very similar to the Arbat in Moscow and Montmartre in Paris.
Be sure to explore the Belgrade palaces: Royal and White, located in the Dedinje area. There is the most important political landmark – mausoleum of the Yugoslavia leader Josip Broz Tito (House of Flowers).
In Belgrade, there is a museum dedicated to the scientist Nikola Tesla, which exhibition includes both his personal things and unique inventions. The 20th Century National Museum – The Museum of Modern Art holds over 1,000 valuable exhibits. The Ethnographic Museum introduces the traditions and culture of the Balkans.
The climate in Belgrade is humid subtropical. It is warm in summer, sometimes hot. In winter, the climate is mild. The greatest number of sunny days are from July to August. At the end of November there is snow here, but it melts immediately. In winter, there is a cold strong wind. The best time to travel to Belgrade is from May to July.
Weather forecast in Belgrade for 7 days is available on our website online.