Belgrade, the Serbian capital, makes you feel younger and trouble-free. This city, like other large tourist centers in the east, is becoming one of the hottest spots for nightlife and great entertainment. Clubbers know lots of fantastic bars and clubs in Belgrade for late-night revelry, some of them are located in boats along the Danube or under the historical buildings.
To stay charm with this city, tourists bureaus advise to go sight seeing and watch the biggest tourist attractions like the medieval castle of Kalemegdan and the cathedral St. Sava Temple. Buy a souvenir on Knez Mihailova Street, dine in one of the restaurants serve pizzas, taste the local Balkan food and drink a glass (or glasses) of Serbian fruit brandies.
The great number of nightclubs in Belgrade attracts many and many tourists every year. Nightlife of the city became some of the most exuberant in Europe. Nightclubs in Belgrade are very fresh, loud and brash. As for the clubs names - here you should specify your preferences and wishes. If you want to listen to rock and blues, go to the Tram, where they have with live rock and blues. If you want to feel yourself Celtic, visit the Radisa jazz club, located near and behind the St Sava Orthodox cathedral and the Irish bar. The theme there reflects a passionate liking for all things Celtic. Listen to one of the most famous Serbian bands - the Orthodox Celts. This band is famous for their version of Dubliners' songs, performed with an Irish accent in suitably tobacco-and-whiskey raddled voices.
Belgrade nightlife starts somewhere after 10 pm and finishes until dawn. You may stay in many clubs, discotheques and nightclubs in Belgrade the night through. The most recognizable nightlife spots of Belgrade are the barges (called "splavs") which are located along the banks of the Sava and Danube rivers. The key point of entertainment is that these restaurants float on water. They are especially popular for seeing the summer fun. Some of the most visited "splavs" are Ambis, Sound, Sargon and Amsterdam. Among other rather well-known and "non-splavic" popular clubs are Mr.Stefan Braun, Andergraund, Plastic, Zvezda, Bassment, Drama and one of the late night hot-spots in Belgrade - Apartman.
Spend the night through at one of these caf?-boats along the banks of the Sava and the Danube. These are the centers of nightclubs in Belgrade and are packed every night in spring and summer. Take a drive to Dunavski Kej Usce, Savski Kej or Bulevar Nikole Tesle, walk down the river and select one of these floating boats to enjoy your rest.
If you are interested in real Gypsy music, Belgrade offers a great opportunity for your choice. Visit one of the careening Gypsy music nightclubs in Belgrade and the ones which cover bands playing Serbian pop.
For late-night dancing on weekends and after-hours visit Quorom 33 and the Underground which are open until 3 a.m. Experience communication with local gangsters and taste together with them a spicy hamburger, called pljeskavica, wait until sunrise, and you memories about Belgrade will be just true-some and perfect.