Belgrade Belgrade Serbia 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Belgrade, Serbia, the capital city of Serbia, the center of culture and art, home of Red Star and Partizan and The Best Night Life destination in the region. Belgrade, the Gateway between Balkans and Central Europe, lies at the confluence of two international waterways, Sava and Danube rivers and it is located in the Central Serbia. Belgrade or “White City” (Beli Grad) was mentioned for the first time in 878, and during its very turbulent history, Belgrade has been occupied by 40 different armies and rebuilt from its ashes for 38 times. Find out more about Belgrade history on the LINK: Belgrade comprises three areas: Old Town which is located on the right bank of Sava and Danube, New Belgrade on the left bank of the Sava and Zemun on the banks of Danube beyond New Belgrade. Administratively, Belgrade is divided into 17 city municipalities. Belgrade has a moderate continental climate, with an average temperature of 11.7oC. The Kosava – a southeasterly and easterly wind which brings clear and dry weather in intervals of two to three days, mainly in autumn and winter – is characteristic to Belgrade. In Belgrade, you can enjoy a various interesting and historical places such as: Belgrade Zoo, Kalemegdan, Zemun Quey, Ada Ciganlija, National Museum, National Theatre and many more. Also, Belgrade is a home of many cultural events such as: BITEF, BEMUS, BELEF and a very popular Belgrade Beer Fest. Belgrade is one of the Best Nightlife destination in Europe! With it’s floating nightclubs and many discoteque Belgrade attract many tourists, especially for the weekend.