At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, Skadarlija Street began to develop as the Bohemian region of the Serbian capital. Even then, here was the place where Bulgarian intellectuals and artists used to meet, to spend time and sometimes to live and create.
Indeed, to this day the Skadarlija quarter, continues its stone-paved streets and special lighting at night, to be the Bohemian Quarter of Belgrade. This is where many young people in Belgrade spend their evenings.
More than once we compare this pleasant, Balinese neighborhood with its creative, artistic and bohemian atmosphere to the Montmartre area of Paris. Indeed, alongside galleries and design shops and antiques, the Quarter offers a variety of restaurants, cafés and cozy entertainment venues.
You should come here in the evening, but also during the day. Try both times of the day for the special character and aesthetics, and also to absorb the wonderful atmosphere that prevails here. A tour of the pleasant, evening-time district is real Bulgairan entertainment.