Wednesday , March 3 2021

Belgrade Nightlife Tips – Costs, Locations, Nightclubs & Bars

You may relate Belgrade to things like long tradition or culture, but Belgrade Nightlife is the thing that makes this city so special. I bet that you won’t find a city with more restaurants, pubs, and clubs, at least in this part of the world. All-day fun, affordable prices, and famous Serbian hospitality are some of many trumps that this city has. So, let’s start with a quick nightlife tour.

There are many ways to have fun in Belgrade. Speaking of nightlife, in particular, there are actually two zones where all important-to-visit places actually are. First of all, there’s a downtown area. This part of the city is quite big, but locating your desired club or restaurant won’t be hard at all since most of them are positioned in two or three streets. The first street you should visit is called Skadarlija. This is a famous bohemian street, where you can find numerous restaurants with excellent food and traditional Serbian music.

Still, if you prefer a more active and up-to-date way of fun, go for streets like Strahinjica Bana or Terazije. Stahinjica Bana Street is particularly known as some kind of a promenade, where you can find the most beautiful girls of this city. In this street, you can find a variety of places, but most of them fancy restaurants.

In surrounding streets, you can find many pubs, where you can try craft beer and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere. Same streets are also full of unique nightclubs, known as “kafana”. This is a mixture of traditional and modern, where you can see beautifully dressed up girls and enjoy both Serbian and foreign modern music.

All these clubs and pubs are good, but the real fun is actually at the other part of the city. Belgrade lies on two rivers, on the confluence of Sava and Danube, so it’s not wondering that there are hundreds of river clubs on both sides of the coastline. Commonly known as Splavovi (rafts), these are actually old ships and boats, redesigned to clubs and restaurants. If you wonder why people often say that Belgrade never sleeps, this is the answer.

These clubs work seven days a week. Even if it’s Monday, don’t worry, you will find live music or DJ’s performing. There is no such thing as visiting hours. These places work all night long, until down. Count on a hi-intensity fun and plenty of beautiful ladies, including famous television personas and starlets.

Here are some of the best nightclubs in Belgrade Nightlife:


 Freestyler nightclub in Belgrade is definitely one of the most famous nightclubs in city. It is the biggest and one of the oldest river clubs in the city. It is positioned on the left side of Sava River, right under the Old Sava Bridge, so you should be able to locate it pretty easily. Famous singers and DJ’s perform every night, while celebrities are regular customers. Count on plenty of beautiful ladies of all age. Although a highly-renowned club, prices are quite affordable. Beers start at $2.5, short drinks are $3-4, while a bottle of wine costs around 10 dollars. Cocktails are between 5 and 8 dollars.

⇒The Bank Club

 Located on the right side of Sava River, this club is very new. It was opened last year, but instantly became one of the most popular places in the city. Moreover, many consider this river club as the best in Belgrade. It is known for amazing RnB parties, while celebrities visit this place on regular basis. You won’t be able to enter if you’re under 23. Prices are similar to Freestyler, if not even more affordable.

⇒Kasina Club

This club is placed in the city center. Over the day, it is a lounge bar but turns into a real nightclub after dark. Every weekend, famous bands and DJ’s perform here. You probably won’t find many celebrities here, but there are so many beautiful girls, especially those of younger age. Prices are very affordable, at the same level as in river clubs mentioned above.

⇒Gunners pub

 This Irish-style pub is positioned right across the Faculty of Chemistry, so it’s no wonder that you can find a wide choice of excellent craft beers. The atmosphere is very relaxed, while girls prefer the unusual way of clothing. No need for dressing up for this place. There is a variety of different kinds of beers, including lager, dark lager, pilsner, wheat, hefeweizen and many more. Tap beers start at $1.5, while even those most exotic types won’t cost you more than 5 dollars.


These are just some of our recommended places, but there is much more to visit in Belgrade, Serbia Nightlife.

Finding a place to say shouldn’t be complicated. According to your preference, you can choose between numerous hostels, hotels, and apartments. As we already mentioned, there are two spotlights when it comes to nightclubs – city center and rivers. So, some accommodation in between these two areas would be a perfect choice. Our suggestion is part of the city called Savamala.

It is an old, little bit rustic area characterized by numerous hostels, which start around 10-12 dollars for a night. The main railway station is just a few minutes of walk, which is a great benefit. If you prefer hotels, a good single room could be found for 20-25 dollars. Finally, if you travel in a group, an apartment would be our suggestion. There are thousands of apartments for rents, and you can find a decent one for no more than 10 dollars per bed.

Just like every other Eastern-Europe city, Belgrade is also characterized by affordable prices. You don’t need to spend huge amount of money to have a great time in this city. Everything is pretty affordable. Average fast food meal goes around 2-3 dollars. A hot meal that includes soup, main dish and dessert go around 10 dollars. If you want to try famous Serbian kitchen, average meal won’t cost you more than 20 dollars. As we already mentioned, drinks in nightclubs are also very affordable. Here is some short list of average prices:

  • Soda/juice – $2 to $2.5
  • Domestic beer – $2 to $3
  • Foreign beer – $3 to $5
  • Bottle of premium vine – $35 to $45
  • Red Bull – $5 to $6
  • Whiskey – $3.5 to $4.5
  • Whiskey (bottle) – $80 to $130
  • Vodka (bottle) – $80 to $110
  • Moet – $110 to $150
  • Dom Perignon – $300 to $400
  • Cocktails – $5 to $9

The most economical way to get to these places is by using public transport, which is cheap and pretty reliable. A 90-minute ticket with an unlimited number of rides costs 1.5 dollars. Still, Taxi service is quite affordable as well. Finally, you can rent a car for about 20 dollars per day.

Enjoy the amazing Nightlife in Belgrade and don’t forget to write your comments below.

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