Belgrade, Serbia’s capital city, is divided into seventeen municipalities, of which ten are urban and seven suburban.
When you visit Belgrade, you will probably see only a few of these municipalities or city districts, as I like to call them.
For most tourists, only some urban municipalities will be must-visit ones. As Belgrade lies on two big rivers, Sava and Danube, the city’s districts like Stari Grad, Zemun, and Novi Beograd will be most visited.
Belgrade is home to a variety of different districts, most of which offer residential accommodation. Considering the city center’s distance and access to public transport, I’ve gathered the most popular neighborhoods into one practical guide.