Pri ulasku u Skadarliju, krupnim slovima ispisana je dobronamerna poruka: “Skadarlija — centar umetničke boemije, tradicija je stvaranja već ceo vek. Zato posetioče, kad dođeš u ovaj kutak Beograda da se zabaviš i razonodiš, pokušaj da maštom svojom dočaraš davno minulo vreme. Seti se svih onih generacija pesnika i glumaca, novinara i slikara, boema znanih i neznanih…“
Every Sunday from August 10 till September 7 in the garden of Kc Grad will be shown one of current Spanish films. Film program "Cinema under the Stars" includes a variety of movies which are relevant evidence plurality of Spanish cinema. Entry is free so gather your friends and family and relax with a picnic as the sun sets and the screen lights up.
BELEF - Belgrade Summer Festival 2014, will offer diverse and rich cultural program entitled "A Sentimental Journey" from July 15th to August 15th. As international festival that gathers three large artistic fields: stage performing arts, visual art and music, Belgrade’s soul during the summer is defined by this festival.
12th Belgrade Beer Fest will be held from 13th to the 17th of August 2014, at Belgrade’s confluence (Ušće). What's more, the Belgrade Cultural Network as the festival producer has decided to focus this year’s event on gathering support for those affected by the devastating floods in Serbia this year. “I choose to recycle and donate” is their slogan for this year's festival.
Zemun quay is home to countless "splavs" (Belgrade’s world famous floating clubs and restaurants), two large marinas, the formerly glorious Yugoslavia Hotel (where new Kevin Costner's movie, 3 days to kill was filmed), many smaller monuments and its right beside Zemun old town, Belgrade’s best preserved old town, dating back to the 18th century.
Although the biggest music festival in South Eastern Europe maintains at the Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad don’t miss the chance to visit capital on the banks of two international rivers, city of youth, city famous for its nightlife, gastronomy and excellent restaurants.
Belgrade’s festivals, held in the Zemun area of the city, is Summer at Gardos, which takes place between July 6 and August 30. It is located some 15 minutes from the downtown and has its own summer festival held in the historical part called Gardos. Festival mostly offers theatre performances, varying from cabaret shows to children’s plays.