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Loki has changed the location since my last visit.
The place looks the same, but the smell around it, is just horrible.
There’s even a place to sit in front of it, but we couldn’t even finish our burger there, it was just unbearable.
Dorcol is one of the oldest and most significant neighborhoods of Belgrade,rich in history ,stories and legends.
The must see places are :Museum of Vuk and Dositej,Vuk Karadzic is creator of Serbian language and Dositej educator and reformer of Serbian language.
Ethnographic Museum founded in...More
We absolutely loved cruising through the streets of the oldest part of the city, see the different architecture of the buildings through the ages. Ottoman, Austrian, art deco, and soviet (structures)times, to name a few.
We learned so much more about Dorcol on the free...More
After exploring main city centre amenities, I can highly recommend moving down from Knez Mihajlova into the streets of Dorcol. There are many old houses, lot of nice bars, restaurants, cafes and interesting shops. Many of bars and restaurants are open till late evening.
Dorcol is not easy to define, as its borders are not fixed and there a few parts of this area that nowadays we consider everything bellow Vasina street. I found it as the most pleasant part of Belgrade that still has a great potential to...More
Dorcol takes a special place in the hearts of Belgradians.
Dorcol is located in the oldest city center. It belongs to the Old Town. This part of the city is very old but charming, quiet, with beautiful streets and lots of unique bars and restaurants....More