At the meeting point of the Sava and the Danube river, of the Balkan Peninsula and the Pannonian Plain, of East and West, the capital of Serbia is rising. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Its turbulent past is best illustrated by the fact that no city has ever been destroyed so often in its history. Nevertheless, after each destruction, Belgrade rose from the ashes into a new splendor. The city is never asleep. Whether you are in Savamala visiting festivals, theater and music performances, or in Skadarlija, which is the heart of bohemian life where guests enjoy traditional specialties, fine wines and tamburitza music every night. Welcome to Belgrade!