hidden places on belgradestreets

Wandering off the beaten track is rewarding.

Walking along belgradestreets, the range of shops first struck me as disappointing.

What takes time is the gradual realisation that many shops, cafes and bars are located, not on prime sites on the big boulevards, but in alley ways, underpasses and along passageways that often open up into courtyards full of surprises.

And, as I think I have observed before, pretty much anything you desire can be found on belgradestreets.

To do that you need either local help or a nose for adventure and discovery.

In the coming weeks, I will try to find some of these unexpected places and share them with you.

For now, here are a few shots of a passageway that leads from Terazije to just one such hidden away shopping area.

If you have any favourite “hidden” places on belgradestreets, do let me know and I will check them out.

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2 thoughts on “hidden places on belgradestreets

  1. “Cumicevo sokace” πŸ™‚ was once, when opened one of the very first shopping malls in Belgrade. That was some twenty five years ago. I remember I got stuck there once when running away from police during the anti government demonstrations in 1990’s. I had to climb some walls to get out. That was interesting and great times. I cant find those walls now πŸ™‚

  2. Thanks for sharing, wow, what a memory! Thanks for sharing and also helping me with the name of the mall. I plan to look for more places off the main streets in coming weeks…

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