I got to Belgrade already in a very late night, so the first thing I've explored was my apartment. Interesting building with old-styled stucco.
Old elevator where one has to open doors manually.
Public transport was heavily loaded in morning hours.
Some sights were not available due to constructions works (:
There are many flags throughout the city.
Knez Mihailova Street — main walking street. Though it wasn't full of people during the daytime.
Musician. He sang really well. I enjoyed.
Local chess players.
Belgrade fortress was a good hiding place during Turkish Osages. Nevertheless the city was conquered several times.
Under the fortress walls there is Sava and Danube rivers merge. I thought Danube will be much bigger in this place.
Even in central sights like the Fortress in Belgrade they open services for people like this tennis playground.
City walls are often full of graffiti.
Drinking water. It was way too hot (+35C), so it was a very useful thing.
Narodna skupština. National Assembly. Looks like they still aren't happy about Kosovo situation. At least it's peaceful now.
The city is fully recovered after bomb attacks by NATO. The only building left as reminder is Yugoslav Ministry of Defence building.
Interior leaves a good impression. Gazprom helps a lot to the construction. 4M euro which had to be peoples money (:
There are a lot of bakeries in the city. Tourist always can easily find one to avoid death by hunger.
Old tram. Some cars are even older.
Old air condition systems is a city disaster. A lot of them leak and water turns into puddles. It's better to keep distance from the walls.