Originally the Zemun neighborhood was an ancient outpost of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, located on the Danube. Over the years it became a peaceful town and eventually was swallowed up by the city of Belgrade spreading in all directions. And it is still fun to stroll through its authentic streets or experience the nightlife here.
Although since 1934 it has been an inseparable part of the city of Belgrade, Zemun residents still consider it a city in itself and are proud of their unique mentality and culture.
You are invited to get lost in the streets of the Zemun neighborhood, on sidewalks and stone paved streets and romantic alleys, dine in one of the many fish restaurants or just sit in one of the cafes or riverside bars and enjoy the tranquility that is not as great in the big city.
In the winter, when the neighborhood fills with snow, it becomes even more picturesque and magical - a fascinating and beautiful experience in itself.