“I have found the most beautiful place since antiquity” wrote Prince Stefan Lazarević when he established Belgrade as the Serbian capital over 600 years ago. Belgrade has since been a place where East and West meet in a wonderful collision of culture and beauty.”
Belgrade Waterfront will create:
• An extension of the city, not an isolated district
• A riverside Promenada with appealing attractions
• Tranquil public spaces for residents and visitors
• New cultural jewels from historic buildings
• Distinct neighbourhood communities
• A public realm with preference to pedestrians
The Gallery was constructed between 1905 and 1907, following plans of two famous local architects Nikola Nestorović and Andra Stevanović. The Belgrade Cooperative building is located at 48 Karadjordjeva Street, and known as one of the most beautiful architectural monuments in Serbia.
An urban cosmopolitan café, 1905 is the new ingredient which completes Belgrade Waterfront Gallery – the avant-garde lounge pays tribute to the building, formerly known as Belgrade Cooperative, built in the year 1905. This trendy café lounge located in Belgrade Waterfront Gallery, is now open to the public. It offers a wide selection of modern, contemporary cuisine in an inspiring environment.
Customers can gain insight into Belgrade Waterfront in the new exhibition area – Savanova, located on the bank of the River Sava in the extension of the Hercegovacka street. Savanova has already become one of the most popular places in the city for an afternoon lunch or romantic dinner near the river.
The Savamala district is now in full bloom. It is a pulsating hub of creative economy, in addition to being the meeting point for young artists, architects and various local and international creative minds.
Being a city that has been through numerous renovations with its many builders and conquerors over the course of history, Belgrade that is rich in heritage yet ready for a new chapter in living. Today’s jewel from southern Europe has thrived at the heart of Serbia’s transformation for years, becoming a centre for business, culture, and art that represents its thirst for a progressive future whilst respecting its rich past. Belgrade’s young and dynamic population is also eager to put this thriving city on the international map.
The ideal position of Belgrade, on the crossroad of the East and West, enables easy connections with any destination. The Serbian capital has access to the region and the whole of Europe thanks to it’s developed transport links. Numerous airlines, especially the expanding national carrier and its partners, link Belgrade with the whole world every day.