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The city of Belgrade

The official name of Belgrade is: Beograd (Бeоград), from Beo that in Serbian means white and Grad means city. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia and one of the most populated cities in South-Eastern Europe. It is located in a prominent position, where the river Sava merges into the Danube. The historical core of Belgrade, Kalemegdan, was on the right riverbanks. Since 19th Century the city has been expanding to south and east and after the World War II, New Belgrade was built on the left bank of Sava river. In the past due to its position Belgrade was properly called "the gate of the Balkans” and "the door of Middle Europe”. Belgrade covers an area of 322.268 km² and hosts a population of about 1.750.000 habitants that is equivalent to the 21% of the total population of Serbia. Moreover Belgrade is a young city: more than 40% of its citizens are between 15 and 44 years of age. Belgrade territory is divided into 17 municipalities: 10 urban municipalities (Čukarica, Voždovac, Vračar, Novi Beograd, Palilula, Rakovica, Savski venac, Stari grad, Zemun, Zvezdara) and 7 suburban municipalities (Barajevo, Grocka, Lazarevac, Obrenovac, Mladenovac, Sopot, Surčin). Serbian is the official language, part of the group of south Slavic languages; Cyrillic script and Latin script are both officially used and taught in schools. The Serbian Cyrillic has 30 letters (one letter for each phoneme) that makes it unique among scripts.

Sights of Belgrade

Knez Mihailova Street
Knez Mihailova is the main pedestrian zone of Belgrade downtown. It is one of the oldest and most valuable architectural monuments since walking down the this street is possible to see several emblematic buildings and private houses built in the late 1880's: Knez Mihailova leads to the Fortress Park (Kalemegdan), along the Republic Square (Trg Republike), the National Theater (Narodno pozoriste) and other historical buildings.

Republic Square
Republic Square is today a popular meeting place for the young Belgrade’s and also a useful orientation point for those who do not know Belgrade very well.

Kosancicev Venac
Kosancicev Venac was once the very heart of the city, around which Belgrade was built and spread. Walking around the lovely cobble-stoned street it is possible to admire historic houses and an amazing view of the river.

Vracar
Vracar is another interesting part of Belgrade beyond the Slavija square: its narrow, crooked streets are lined with houses and smaller buildings that are older than most other parts of town. Near by the Saint Sava temple (Harm Svetog Save) and lots of interesting restaurants and cafes.

Dorcol
Dorcol covers the area between Knez Mihailova street and the Danube with some of the city's most popular cafes, bars and restaurants today. Alike Vracar, this part of Belgrade is older and mainly residential (with primarily service businesses), and its buildings and houses are smaller and nicer than elsewhere in the city.

Zemun
Zemun lies across the river from downtown Beograd. While this border shifted innumerable times in the past, Zemun still has a distinctly less Oriental feel and its architecture is more Central European, resembling towns like Novi Sad in Vojvodina more than Belgrade. The center around Glavna street makes for a very nice walk and the long riverside is also amazing.

The Old Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade

Skadarlija is the old bohemian quarter of Belgrade and it dates back to late 19th century, it has an history of more of 130 years but it looks exactly as used to look at the beginning. It was a meeting point for lots of the greatest figures of the cultural scene of the period. It is often compared with the Montmartre in Paris, both for its appearance and the cheerful, vigorous artists' atmosphere. This neighbourhood was made popular and attractive because it was in the immediate vicinity of the National Theatre and former operetta, as well as musical halls housed in today's Balkan Cinema. By tearing down the café Dardaneli in 1901, which was on the site of today’s National Museum, artists, writers, poets and ordinary visitors moved to the small cafe-restaurants of Skadarlija, bringing along the bohemian lifestyle and spirit. Because of evening entertainment, loud music and occasional fights, the residents of the surrounding streets often criticised it to the police.

The National Assembly

The National Assembly of Serbia is located in the city center of Belgrade, in front of Pioneer's Park, on the Nikola Pašić Square. It was built in the Classical style with Renaissance elements, with rich interior decoration, made by famous artists and craftsmen. This impressive building is one of the most important achievements of recent Serbian architecture.

Kalemegdan Fortress

The oldest parts of Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan date back to the first century AD, when it served as permanent Roman military camp. It is a fortress park in the urban zone of Belgrade. Its exclusive position make it a beautiful spot where admire the beautiful panorama of Danube flowing in the river Sava, and the zone of New Belgrade.
In Kalemegdan lie rests of a lot of cultures such as Celts, Huns, Romans, Greeks, Turkish and Slaves. Because of this, Kalemegdan today bears witness to the many centuries of various conquering cultures and arts.

Belgrade’s Palaces

Belgrade has three main palaces: the old one (Stari dvor), the new one (Novi dvor) and the White Palace (Beli dvor). Stari dvor, the Old Palace (Royal Palace), is located in the corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanovića streets. It was originally the home of King Alexander I and King Peter II and nowadays it is the centre of the City Assembly of Belgrade . It was built between 1882 and 1884 with the typical Century XIX style. This Building had the goal of overpass all the others castles and become the new base of the Serbian Kingdom. The Castle today is quite different than years ago due to First and Second World Wars.
Kraljevski dvor was built between 1924 and 1929. It’s a monumental villa made of white stone with a Serbian-Byzantine style, surrounded by parks and ponds. Due to its elevated position it is possible to admire one of the best views of Belgrade. Inside of the castle merge Medievalist, Baroque and renaissance style. 
The White Palace (Beli dvor) was built between 1934 and 1937 in a classic style from Louis XV and Louis XVI. It has been Royal Summer Palace, becoming the home of the communist Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito when the royal family was expelled following World War II. It has been returned to the heir of the Serbian throne, prince Alexander the 2nd Karadjordjevic only after democratic changes in 2000. The renovated Palace was recently open to the public and it is both a historic site and an art gallery, with works of world-famous painters adorning its walls, and a porcelain set made for Louis the 14th on display.

The House of Flowers

The House of Flowers (Kuca Cveca) is the mausoleum and memorial of Yugoslavia's communist ruler, marshal Tito. A great site for getting a grasp of the personality cult that reigned Yugoslavia for so many decades.

Parks and Fontains

Due to its large oasis of nature both in the center and in the surrounding areas, Belgrade is one of the greenest capitals in Europe. In the forests at the periphery of Belgrade live dozens of species of rare birds and 182 individual trees have been listed and protected in Belgrade. The green assets of Belgrade cover an area of over 4,000 hectares. The Belgrade parks are considered as young – around 80-90 of trees are younger than 60 years.
The parks of Belgrade become places for rest and relaxation during the spring, they are refuges from the heat and city bustle during summers. Even in wintertime the parks serve as refuge from the city rush for many citizens of Belgrade.
The oldest park is Topčider, formed in the valley of Topčider river. In the first half of 19th century this landscape was full of vineyards and weekend houses of wealthy people. In 1831 Knez Miloš Obrenović started arranging the park, along with building the house, church, restaurant and casern. Belgrade currently has 65 public parks with the most famous being Kalemegdan Park, Tašmajdan Park, Park of Friendship, Hyde Park and the Pioneer Park.
Belgrade was never lacking for water because of its rivers. Several new and ancient drinking fountains can be found in numerous places in the city centre since they served as important meeting places for the citizens of Belgrade in the past. Belgrade has 39 public drinking fountains with potable water piped from the Belgrade waterworks. The city has also 18 ornamental fountains, the first of them built in 1927 on Terazije but removed in 1947 during the reconstruction of the square.
The first public fountains were built along the lines of the Roman waterworks in the distant past and became sculptural works of art during the 15th century, such as the Vizier’s Fountain built by Mehmed-Pasha Sokolović on Kalemegdan in 1576.
Fountains were also built along the line of the Bulbulder waterworks, constructed in parallel with the stream bearing the same name. There were 18 fountains along this line alone during the 19th century, with the best known being: Čukur, Saka and the Fountain of Skadar.
One of the oldest fountains in Belgrade is the Delijska Fountain (17th century), another one was built in its place at the beginning of what was already Knez Mihailova Street in 1843, but the name remained. It was demolished in 1889. A fountain reminiscent of the old one was built during the reconstruction of Knez Mihailova Street in 1987.

Nightlife in Belgrade

If during the day Belgraders enjoy cafés and bars, it's also true that every evening clubs and discos are always crowded, that's why the vibrant and ever-changing nightlife is something not to be miss when visiting Belgrade!
In 2008 Belgrade has been also proclaimed Europe's best nightlife city by The Times and CNN, boasting cheap drinks and accommodation in comparison to the rest of Europe. In Belgrade, unlike other parts of Europe, every night is like Friday! In the new capital of cool there are lots of clubs, bars, casinos and Serbian people are really friendly that it’s very easy to spend a great party night in some floating disco-bar or some of the bars in downtown.
The number of clubs is growing daily, as the number of music and DJ stars which come to Belgrade. Their music ranges from alternative to reggae, from techno to heavy metal, brass bands, hip-hop, RandB, gypsy music and turbo folk. 
The centre of nightlife takes place on floating river clubs anchored along the Danube and Sava. Another fashionable clubbing area is Ada Ciganlija. During the summer the Makiš side of Ada Ciganlija Lake is the centre of the Belgrade’s nightlife. Other interesting spot is inside the walls of the Kalemegdan Fortress. Moreover Strahinjića Bana street is a unique fun zone: twenty cafes, restaurants and bars, always filled with loud and cheerful Belgraders.

FLOATING RIVER CLUBS

The floating river clubs (called "splavs" or "splavovi") are the main Belgrade’s nightlife feature. They are basically barges that have been turned into clubs and are anchored at the riverbank of the Sava and Danube Rivers. Definitely an experience you should not miss when visiting Belgrade!

Amsterdam
Kej Oslobođenja
Amsterdam River Club is located on the Zemun quay on the Danube. Good live performance different every night, generally rnb, and pop.

Acapulco
Kej Oslobođenja
Acapulco is one of the oldest floating river clubs, a popular place for those wanting to be seen and known for its live music every night.

Hua Hua
Ada Cigalija (Sava riverside)
Hua Hua Music in another well known floating club, it has different music every night but mostly traditional, folk, turbofolk and etno music.

NIGHT CLUBS

There are many really great night clubs in Belgrade Belgrade's limitless nightlife options ensure there's something new to experience every night of the week. Check out our guide of the best places on the Belgrade club scene.

Bar Baltazar
Karadjordjeva 9
Top of the line, always cheerful bartenders, great fun, energy of youth and lines in front of the door are a recognizable image of the club, but are also the best explanation why Belgrade is considered the New York of the Balkans.

Club Magacin
Karadjordjeva 2-4
Club Magacin, a big and lavish warehouse space, is the most exclusive night club in town. It is situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers.

Mr. Stefan Brown
Nemanjina 4 (9 floor)
For already seven years this flying club is burning the fantasy and entertains the city of Belgrade. It gives lots of positive energy, which is regarded by the pleasant stuff and so fulfilled with guests of the club.

COCKTAIL BARS AND LUXURY CAFÈS
If you are looking for a good place for the beginning of a long night, or you want simply chilling out in a quiet place and relax with a cocktail, Belgrade offers you lots of bars and cafés. Here some recommendations.

Bar Central
Kralja Petra 59
Bar Central it is not only delightful place where guests can enjoy a wide range of alcoholic cocktails and soft drinks, but it is also the headquarters of Barmen Association.

The Federal Association of Globe Trotters
Bul. Despota Stefana 7
The Federal Association of Globe Trotters is fully decorated with memorabilia, like a living room full of antiques. It also have an outdoor area, covered during the winter that's also very charming. Menu, staff and guests make the atmosphere very pleasant.

Cantina De Frida 
Karađorđeva 2-4, Beton hall
Cantina de Frida is bar restaurant located in one of the prettiest spot of Belgrade, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube Rivers. Besides the best offer of food and drinks, it is also a good place for business lunch and dinner.

Shopping and Markets

Belgrade offers assorted shopping opportunities similarly to other European capitals. Shopping in Belgrade is really practical city since all is concentrated in the city centre. Knez Minailova street and its surrounding areas are full of traditional shops, such as greengrocer, butcher, bakery but also large and luxurious Western-style shopping malls and supermarkets. As for clothing, the biggest influence on fashion is the Italian style that's why Italian brands are available all over Belgrade at competitive prices. The official Serbian currency is the dinar (RSD) and all the major credit cards (MasterCard, VISA, AMEX, Diners Club) are accepted in the majority of Belgrade's shops.
As for markets Belgraders love their markets. They are both a habit and a necessity, part of Belgraders everyday life. In addition to fruits and vegetables, you can buy cheese, honey, eggs, meat and fish there. Usually markets are opened from 6 am to 7 pm.

BELGRADE CITY CENTER SHOPPING

If you are looking for international brands such as Diesel, Replay, Benetton, Zara, Mango, Hugo Boss just walk down Terazije, Knez Mihailova, and the part of Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard in the city centre. However if you want to find all of the mentioned brands and more at one place - visit Delta City, a fairly new and biggest shopping mall in Belgrade, located across the river in New Belgrade. Meanwhile if you prefer markets, do not miss Belgrade's the flea market (Buvljak or Otvoreni Trzni Centar - OTC) situated in the New Belgrade. This flea market hosts stands selling everything from bicycles to clothing and shoes and the prices are very low.
As for Shopping malls The Blok 70 in New Belgrade is today dominated by small vendors from China, selling everything, obviously it's very cheap. When venturing to either of these two locations, keep in mind that bargaining is always in order and make sure you give it a shot before settling for the sellers' first offer.
Shopping for cheap clothes, you may have a look at Depo on Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, which sells women's and men's clothing at very low prices. The selection is usually limited to the styles that are currently most worn by the masses. As for Belgrade Souvenirs Shopping, there are several places to buy authentic presents and souvenirs in Belgrade.
We recommend the following shopping centers:

Ušće Shopping Center
www.usceshoppingcenter.com
Ušće Shopping Center is a brand new and the biggest shopping center in Serbia, it is located in New Belgrade, near Branko's Bridge.
It includes more than 150 shops, restaurants and leisure outlets and provides over 1,300 parking spaces. Major international brands are Zara, New Yorker and Marks and Spencer.

Delta City Belgrade shopping mall
www.deltacity.rs
Delta City Belgrade shopping mall has been recently opened. It is the place with the widest choice of shops and souvenirs. It has everything you can imagine from fashion items, underwear, toys, all the way to jewelry stores, optical stores, home décor and much more.

Mamut Megastore
www.ips.co.yu
Mamut Megastore is one the best places for buying gifts in Belgrade and at the same time the biggest importer of books, cds, dvds in Serbia.

Travelling around

Belgrade is city easy to explore by foot or using the network of public means of transport. Belgrade transportation network includes trams, trolleybuses, buses and taxis. The best way to discover any city is walking or riding a bicycle (but Belgrade city centre is not a great place for bikes). However, there are other places in the city where cycling is highly popular. Such areas include Ada Ciganlija Lake, Kalemegdan Park, Košutnjak Hill and Danube and Sava River Bank.

CITY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Belgrade city public transport company is GSP "Beograd" but there are also bus services run by private companies, on around 130 routes.
Single tickets can be purchased both at public transport vehicles (from the driver), at kiosks with a ticket sales sing or at GSP points-of-sale. Remember that tickets bought at kiosks are cheaper than those bought in vehicles and Tickets for night services (00-04) are more expensive. Night transport routes differ from the routes of daytime services and combine several routes which serve particular parts of town and suburban areas. For further information contact Belgrade City Transport Company www.gsp.co.rs
Moreover there are express minibus services which are a little less cheap, but also more comfortable and faster since they do not stop at every bus stop.

PARKING IN BELGRADE

Like the majority of European metropolises, also in Belgrade the lack of parking area and the traffic are two annoying problems. Parking area in Belgrade city center are divided in three zones where parking time is limited and payment is made for each full or incomplete hour:
- Red zone - maximum 1 hour
- Yellow zone - maximum 2 hours
- Green zone - maximum 3 hours
Parking is payable in all three zones on week days from 07.00-21.00 and Saturdays from 07.00 and 14.00. Payment methods for parking in the three zones are:
- Parking tickets - these are purchased at kiosks and other points of sale. The time of arrival should be written on the ticket and it should be displayed on the inside of the windscreen.
- Parking ticket machines (only in the red zone) - machines selling parking tickets take coins and electronic parking cards
- Mobile phone - by sending an SMS containing the registration number of the vehicle (for example BG123456, without spaces) to 9111, 9112 or 9113 (depending on the zone), from any mobile network. Confirmation that payment has been made by SMS.

TAXIS IN BELGRADE
Taxis in Belgrade are cheap and safe, ideal for tourists. Just remember to check if the taxi driver starts the taximeter correctly. Taxi in Belgrade have not a compulsory color but they have to carry a blue city taxi sign on the roof as well as the designation of their taxi company.
Here a list of the most common Taxi companies:

RENT A CAR
Here a selection of companies that rent car in Belgrade:

Embassies in Belgrade

• ALBANIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA
Bulevar mira 25A, 11000 Belgrade
Phone:: +381 11 2665 439, 3066 642
Fax: 2665-439

• ALGERIA
EMBASSY OF THE ALGERIAN PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
Maglajska 26 b, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3671-211, 3671-213
Fax: 2668-200

• ANGOLA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA
Vase Pelagića 32, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3690-241, 3693-270, 3693-271
Fax: 3690-191, 3690-171

• ARGENTINA
EMBASSY OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
Knez Mihailova 24/I, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2622 541, 2621 550, 2623-569; 622-541 (Consular section)
Fax: 622-630

• AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY
Čika Ljubina 13, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 624-655
Fax: 624-029
Fax: 628-189, 3281-941 (Visa section)
Web: www.serbia.embassy.gov.au

• AUSTRIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA
Kneza Sime Markovića 2, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 303-19-56, 303-19-64; 3032 437, 3032 441 (Consular)
Fax: 635-606

• BELARUS
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
Deligradska 13, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 361-6938
Fax: 361-6836

• BELGIUM
ROYAL BELGIAN EMBASSY
Krunska 18, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3230-016, 3230-017, 3230-018, Fax: 3244-394

• BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
EMBASSY OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Milana Tankosića 8, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 329-1277, 329-1993, 329-1995, 329-1997
Fax: 766-507

• BRAZIL
EMBASSY OF THE FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL
Krunska 14, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 323-97-81, 323-97-82, 323-97-83
Fax: 323-06-53

• BULGARIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA
Birčaninova 26, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 361-3980 Fax: 361-1136

• CANADA
CANADIAN EMBASSY
Kneza Miloša 75, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 306-3000
Visa section: Phone: 306-3039; Fax:306-3040
Consular section: Fax:306-3042
Web: Canadian Embassy in Serbia

• CHINA
Lackovićeva 6, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 662-737
Fax: 3671 666
Consular section, Perside Milenkoviæ 9; Phone: 3693 163

• CONGO
EMBASSY OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
Diplomatska kolonija 3, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2664-131

• CROATIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
Kneza Miloša 62, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3610-535; 3610-153
Fax: 3610-032
Consular section: Mirka Tomiæa 11; Phone: +381 11 3670 078; 3670-076; Fax: 3613 566

• CUBA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CUBA
Vasilija Gaćeše 9b, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 369-2441
Fax: 369-2442

• CYPRUS
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS
Diplomatska Kolonija 9, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3672-725; 3672-909
Phone: 3671-348

• CZECH REPUBLIC
EMBASSY OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 22, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3230-133; 3230-134
Fax: 3236-448
Web: www.mzv.cz/belgrade

• DENMARK
ROYAL DANISH EMBASSY
Neznanog Junaka 9 a, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 367-0443
Fax: 660-759

• ECUADOR
CONSULATE OF REPUBLIC OF ECUADOR
Belgrade, Graničarska 8/III
Phone: +381 11 344-0135

• EGYPT
EMBASSY OF THE ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
Andre Nikolića 12, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2650-585; 2651-225 Fax: 2652-036

• FINLAND
EMBASSY OF FINLAND
Birčaninova 29, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3065-400
Fax: 3065-375

• FRANCE
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF FRANCE
Pariska 11, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 302-3500
Fax: 302-3510
Visa section - Phone: 302-3561; Fax: 302-3560
Web: French Embassy in Belgrade

• GERMANY
EMBASSY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
Kneza Miloša 74-76, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3064-300
Fax: 3064-303
Web: www.belgrad.diplo.de
Consulate and Visa section: Birčaninova 19A; Phone: 3064 400; Fax: 3064 402, 3064 403

• GHANA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA
Ognjena Price 50. 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3440-856, 3440-845
Fax: 344-0071

• GREAT BRITAIN
HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S EMBASSY BELGRADE
Resavska 46. 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 645-055, 3060-900, 3615-660, 642-293
Fax: 659-651
Consular section - Phone: 3061-070
Web: British Embassy in Serbia

• GREECE
EMBASSY OF THE HELLENIC REPUBLIC
Francuska 33, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3226-523
Fax: 3344-746
Consular section - Strahinjića Bana 76; Phone: +381 11 3341-507; Fax: 3344-746
Web: www.mfa.gr/Belgrade

• GUINEA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF GUINEA
Ohridska 4, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3444 840, 451 391
Fax: 3444 870

• HUNGARY
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF HUNGARY
Krunska 72, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 244-0472; 244-7479; 444-7039, 444-3739
Fax: 344-1876

• INDIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA
Ljutice Bogdana 8, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 664 127, 2661 029, 2661 034
Fax: 3674 209

• INDONESIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
Bulevar mira 18, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 367-40-62
Fax: 367-29-84
Web:www.indonesia-bgd.org

• IRAQ
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF IRAQ
Pukovnika Purića 4, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 467-508
Fax: 3974-957

• IRAN
EMBASSY OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
Krunska 9, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3238-782; 3238-783; 3242-975
Fax: 3223-899

• ISRAEL
EMBASSY OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
Bulevar mira 47, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3672-400; 3672-401; 3672-402; 3672-403
Fax: 3670-304

• ITALY
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ITALY
Birčaninova 11, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 306-6100
Fax: 324 9413

• JAPAN
EMBASSY OF JAPAN
Geneksovi Apartmani, Vladimira Popovića 6, 11070 Novi Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3012-800
Fax: 311-8258

• KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Užička 32, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 367 4225
Fax: 367 4229

• LEBANON
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF LEBANON
Vase Pelagica 38, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3691-178, 3691-179
Fax: 3693-108

• LIBYA
PEOPLE'S BUREAU OF THE GREAT SOCIALIST
PEOPLE'S LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA
Mirka Tomića 6, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2663-445; 2668-253; 665-639, 367-0761
Fax: 367-0805

• MACEDONIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
Gospodar Jevremova 34, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 328-49-24
Fax: 328-50-76

• MALESIA
EMBASSY OF MALESIA
Geneksovi apartmani, Vladimira Popovića 6, 11070 Novi Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 311 3570
Fax: 311 4113

• MEXICO
EMBASSY OF MEXICO
Knez Mihajlova 10, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: 638-111; 638-822; 629-227
Fax: 3282 954

• MIANMAR
EMBASSY OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR
Kneza Miloša 72, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3617 165, 3619 114
Fax: 3614-968

• MOROCCO
EMBASSY OF THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO
Sanje Zivanovic 4, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 369-02-88, 369-18-66
Fax: 369-04-99

• NETHERLANDS
ROYAL NETHERLANDS EMBASSY
Simina 29, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 328-2332; 328-1147; 328-1148; 328-2127
Fax: 628-986

• NORWAY
ROYAL NORWEGIAN EMBASSY
Uzicka 43, 11040 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3670 404, 3670 405
Fax: 3690 158

• PAKISTAN
EMBASSY OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN
Bulevar mira 62, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2661-676
Fax: 2661-667

• PALESTINA
EMBASSY OF THE STATE OF PALESTINE
Maglajska 14, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3671-407
Fax: 3671-336

• PERU
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF PERU
Terazije 1/II, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 322-1197; 322-1368
Fax: 3228-694

• POLAND
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND
Ul. Kneza Miloša 38, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2065 301, 2065 318; 3616 585
Fax: 361-69-39
Consular section - Phone: 2065 316, 3617 576

• PORTUGAL
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF PORTUGAL
Vladimira Gaćinovića 4, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 2662-895, 2662-894, 2662-897
Fax: 2662-892

• ROMANIA
EMBASSY OF ROMANIA
Kneza Miloša 70, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3618-327
Fax: 3618-339
Consular section - Phone: 3618-359

• RUSSIAN FEDERATION
EMBASSY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Deligradska 32, Katićeva 8-10
Phone: 361-1323; 361-1090; 361-0544
Fax: 361 1900
Consular section - Phone: 3613 964

• SEYCHELLES
CONSULATE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES
Beogradskog bataljona 42, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3547-309, Fax: 3547-028

• SLOVAK REPUBLIC
EMBASSY OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Bulevar umetnosti 18, Novi Belgrade 11070
Phone: +381 11 301-00-00, Fax: 301-00-20, 301-00-21

• SLOVENIA
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
Zmaj Jovina 33a, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 328-44-58; 328 4458, 328 2735 (consular)
Fax: 625-884

• SPAIN
EMBASSY OF SPAIN
Prote Mateje 45, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 344-02-31, 344-02-312
Fax: 344-4203

• SYRIA
EMBASSY OF THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC
Mlade Bosne 31, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 344-3671; 344-0826
Fax: 344-0121

• SWITZERLAND
EMBASSY OF THE SWISS CONFEDERATION
Birčaninova 27, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3065-820, 3065-825

• SWEDEN
EMBASSY OF SWEDEN
Ledi Pedžet 2, 11040 Beograd
Phone: +381 11 2069 200
Fax: 2069 250
Web: www.swedenabroad.se/belgrade
Visa section - Fax: 2069 251

• TUNISIA
EMBASSY OF THE TUNISIAN REPUBLIC
Vase Pelagica 19, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3691-961, 3690-194
Fax: 3690 642

• TURKEY
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF TURKEY
Krunska 1, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3235-431, 3235-432
Fax: 3235-433

• UKRAINE
EMBASSY OF UKRAINE
Josipa Slavenskog 27, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11367-1516; 367-1781
Fax: 367-1516; 367-1781
Consular section - Phone: 2664-896

• UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Kneza Miloša 50
Phone: +381 11 3619-344; 361-3041; 361-3909; 361-3928
Fax: 361-5489
Web: www.belgrade.usembassy.gov

• VATICAN
APOSTOLIC NUNCIATURE
Svetog Save 24, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 3085-356
Fax: 308-5216

• ZIMBABWE
EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE
Tolstojeva 51, 11000 Belgrade
Phone: +381 11 367-2996, 367-4072
Fax: 367-1218