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    Serbia is located at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe, in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula.

    Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia, combining the influence of the East and the West for centuries, creating a mosaic of different cultures and styles.
    The city is known for its rich history, vibrant cultural scene, dynamic nightlife, and cosmopolitan spirit.
    The Crossroads of Europe
    Recently, Serbia has established itself as one of the key destinations for those seeking something new and different among the now-familiar European landscape.

    A fusion of past and future

    In addition to creating a new vision for the future of the city, the Belgrade Waterfront is also protecting Belgrade’s architectural and cultural past by preserving several buildings in the Savamala district that are listed as the architectural heritage of great importance, such as Belgrade Cooperative Building and the former Belgrade Main Railway Station.

    One of the best destinations in the world

    The Lonely Planet guide ranked Belgrade among the top 7 “Best Destinations to Visit”. It was also described by FDI Magazine as the “City of the Future,” after seeing its potential for investment.

    You would like to know

    Does Serbia have a rich historical heritage?
    Serbia is a melting pot where all the empires that have passed by - Byzantine, Roman, Ottoman, and Christian - influenced its unique and very rich cultural heritage, leaving behind plenty of historic sites and attractions, delicious cuisine and a unique tradition.
    What is the economic situation in the country?
    Serbia is a stable and secure country, with great potential for further development and progress. Belgrade accounts for 40% of Serbia's economy and has become Southeast Europe's financial and business centre with rising levels of direct foreign investment.
    Is nightlife really as exciting as the story goes?
    The first kafana (traditional Balkan restaurant serving alcohol and traditional food) in Europe - was opened in Belgrade, and you can still visit it today. Since then, Belgrade has been the capital of entertainment, rich in nightclubs, restaurants, and bars that suit every taste.