Savamala Quarter The city nightlife Core

1 Day

Discover Belgrade's Savamala quarter neighborhood's creative spirit on a private tour of an area where street art meets history and the city's most up-to-date club scene.

Exploring Savamala with a personal guide opens doors: You'll see a hidden yard full of street art, hear the controversies behind local landmarks, and find out which clubs to visit if you want to party like a Belgradian.


Tour overview

  • Private tour ensures personalized service.
  • Learn about what’s fresh in the Belgrade art world.
  • Enjoy the chance to chat about Belgrade's history and culture.
  • Convenient meet-up point close to bus and light rail stations.



Manak's House (Manakova Kuca) We start in front of the oldest building in the neighborhood. Its oriental shape and facade are rare in how Belgrade looked until the mid 19th century. And its function was telling of the spirit and the future of the Savamala quarter. Duration: 15 minutes Admission Ticket Not Included

Magacin - We get inside the hidden yard full of street art made by local and international artists. Here we understand Savamala in the 2000ies how the local creatives revived the quarter that was neglected in the second half of the 20th century. Strolling the street further, we face the grandiose building of Belgrade Cooperative from 1907. A different view and a different story open up for us.

Beogradska zadruga - We'll observe the square surrounding the building and admire its art nouveau architecture from the early 20th century. This was the quarter where the wealthiest and the most influential people of that time build their palaces. Inside the Belgrade Loan Cooperative building, you'll be amazed at its interiors, still keeping the original safe vaults and decoration. There is another angle to this story. Inside the building, you'll also see the development plan model for the Sava waterfront in Belgrade, which is sparking the constant debate.

KC Grad - We'll inspect the club street. You'll find out how the first of these clubs started some 10 years ago and see more street art. More importantly, you'll find out where to go for which kind of party. Duration: 15 minutes Admission Ticket Free

Beton Hala - You'll enjoy a short walk by the river Sava. There's more of the neighborhood's history to see to your right. Amateur fishers and locals taking it easy by the river. And there is greenery and modernist architecture of New Belgrade to your left, across the river. In the end, we reach Beton Hala, the finale of our tour. Once the warehouse of the commercial port, now it is the hottest gastro zone in Belgrade. Diverse cuisines and people meet here, both guests and locals. Brunch, lunch, coffee, cocktail, dinner, night party, or just a walk by - it's all quite entertaining and tastes good.

What's included?

  • Professional art historian guide
  • Private tour

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Savamala Quarter The city nightlife Core
  • Maximum 8. This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level.
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