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Pubcrawl in Belgrade
Let’s get real and find a great Pubcrawl in Belgrade, right? The pubcrawl is a great way to meet people! The night involves 4 stops at awesome bars before ending at a fantastic nightclub. Our mission is to take you to the places that you can’t find on your own, where you can experience the best local parties, together with other travelers.
Includes 5 free shots + free entry to the club
Floating Nightclubs? Yes Please!
There are lots of clubs, bars, as well as floating river nightclubs along Belgrade’s riverbanks. This makes the city’s nightlife as one of the most enthusiastic and high spirited nightlife in Europe. Bars and clubs in this city compete with other cities in Europe when it comes to taste in décor and music. With some clubs and bars located in the walls and confines of Kalemegdan Fortress, and hidden up the stairwells and passages, they offer world class DJ and plenty of live music.
Belgrade Nightlife Info
Most venues are open until 4am from Tuesday through to Sunday, and some famous venues can open even on Monday. Cafés and bars are usually open until 1am every day. Entrance is usually free of charge.
In Belgrade, every night is ‘Friday night’.
Everyone’s ready to party all the time, dance their night away, and go to work the next day. In this city, it is difficult to resist temptations knowing that at any given night, there are lots of bars and clubs full of gorgeous, young people having fun.
If you want to spend the best nightlife in Belgrade on a budget, well you should be ready for everything entertaining and exhilarating. Mainstream clubbing scene in Belgrade consist of great venues serving house music, turbo folk, progressive tech house, and you can also visit places that specialize in pop, rock, RnB, alternative, jazz, trances, or just about different types of music.
Another good thing about Nightlife in Belgrade on a budget is that most clubs and bars don’t charge visitors any entrance fees. However, it does not mean that you can actually come or go just when you want to. All local bars and clubs do have their own checkpoint at the entrance, in which face control is the norm – you will be screened whether you are wearing the right clothes for the kind of club you’d like to get into or whether you actually have reservations or not.
One of the beautiful things about Belgrade’s party scene is that visitors will be able to experience becoming VIP guests to high end clubs even on a low budget.
Meeting point: Republic Square (in front the clock)