Hellooooooo there! Where do I begin? It is definitely about time to post about the second day of my Belgrade trip. After checking out from the lovely boutique hotel – Hotel 88, we began our half-day sightseeing tour with our friend who is a local before heading back to my fiancé’s hometown. In search of good Serbian food for brunch, our friend took us to Skadarlija, a super trendy and charming restaurant and bar area. Even though it is said to be more lively at night with all the street lights and live music etc, I still highly recommend this area for both day and night time.
The restaurant where we had our brunch
After brunch, we drove to a historical neighborhood called Gardoš, which is located in Zemun. The neighborhood is located on the hill by the Danube. I was impressed by how well-preserved the buildings and houses were. The streets were narrowed, and were consisted of cobblestones. The highlight of the trip was definitely seeing the view of Belgrade and the Danube River from the top of Gardoš Tower. One of my favorite parts of being in Belgrade was that there were plenty of chic restaurants where ever you go, Gardoš was no different.
Cobblestoned slope in Gardoš
The view from the top of the Tower