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In Belgrade live more than 1.7 million inhabitants. City youth , more than 40 % of its citizens are between 15 and 44 year. Spirit of Belgrade is something every one of Belgrade will be happy to talk . Always in the mood for fun , many of Belgrade will claim to be connoisseurs of pleasure , they know all about good food, wine and music . I always look forward to a new event, long walks, drinking morning coffee , meeting friends and relatives , drinking afternoon coffee and evening drinks are part of everyday culture . Non-working days and holidays are the things in which they  particularly like . They love to be in motion and therefore the streets , alleys , bars, restaurants are always full of people. The best way to get to know Belgrade Belgrade and meet their navika.Beogradu fit all four seasons and it stands out from other cities.


Belgrade the capital of the former Yugoslavia , now Serbia , the third largest of Southeastern Europe , after Istanbul and Athens.
One of the oldest cities in Europe. The first settlements in the Belgrade area date from , 4800 BC. Belgrade itself was founded by the Celts in the 3rd century BC . e , before becoming the Roman settlement of Singidunum . The slavic name " Beligrad " was first recorded in 878 Year. Belgrade is the capital of Serbia 1405th years and was the capital of the South Slavic states in 1918. until 2003. City lies at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube in central Serbia , where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkan peninsula.Grad Belgrade has the status of a separate territorial unit in Serbia, with its local government. Its territory is divided into 17 municipalities , also the economic center of Serbia , and the capital of Serbian culture, education and science.


Urban area of ​​the city is 359.92 square kilometers . Belgrade is situated at the crossroads of Western and Eastern European cultures .Historical parts and buildings of Belgrade are the city's largest tourist attractions. They include Skadarlija , the National Museum , the nearby National Theatre, Zemun, Nikola Pasic Square , Milos castle, Princess Ljubica , Terazije, Studentski trg , Kalemegdan, Knez Mihailova Street , the National Assembly , the Temple of Saint Sava , and the Old Palace . In addition, there are many parks , monuments , museums , cafés , restaurants and shops and on both sides of the river. Josip Broz Tito's mausoleum , called House of Flowers, Parks , Ada Ciganlia , Topcider and Kosutnjak that are nearby are also popular, especially visitors from the former Yugoslavia. In recent years the number of young visitors are strongly increased , especially those from Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina who enjoy the night life of the city .


Belgrade has a reputation capital , which offers daily , lively nightlife, with many clubs that are open until dawn throughout the city. The most recognizable clubs are located on the river, along the coast of the Sava and Danube rivers . Weekend visitors, especially those from Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina , Croatia and Slovenia, they Belgrade greater metropolis of its capital by the friendly atmosphere , great clubs and bars , affordable prices , the lack of language barriers, as well as liberal regulations for night life.