The main pedestrian mall in Belgrade is Mihailo Avenue, which is adjacent to Kalemagdan Park. The hotel we stayed in is on this street. There are many shops in the street. When it is busy, there is still the atmosphere that the Capital Commercial Street should have. It's still busy at 10 pm. It's quieter in the morning. I recommend it.
The first day's journey was full. Everywhere was full of romance. The congenital romance and artistic atmosphere of the Serbian people made the country very happy. Although the economy of Eastern Europe was still adjusting, the smiles on people's faces told them that the happiness index was very high. Unlike Beijing, every face was tense, everybody was under great pressure and there were so many happy things. What about it! The streets are full of artists, playing the violin or painting or performing arts. Although they are forced to go to the streets to sell art for their lives, they have to lament that violin playing is really good and bookstores are everywhere in the big streets. I really envy this. Many people must have time to pick up a book and read it leisurely. Otherwise, there will never be so many bookstores. Go all the way from Grand Avenue to Castle of Carmelodan! A cup of coffee just caught the sunset and watched the sunset, but it was really beautiful!
Located in the centre of Belgrade, Mihailo Avenue is the most famous commercial street in the city. There are many impressive buildings along the street in the 1970s, which were then rich areas. This is not only the most central business district of Lao Bei City, but also connecting the Castle of Kalemygdan and the Republic Square. Its commercial status and geographical location are very important.
Mihailo Avenue is a good place for sightseeing, shopping and various cultural exhibitions, with a large number of shops and financial, business and cultural institutions. Pedestrian streets are filled with the elegance of the past and the charm of the modern. It is the main pedestrian mall in Belgrade, named in 1870. There were many impressive buildings along the street built in the 1970s, when Belgrade's most influential and wealthiest families built houses there. In 1979, as one of the oldest and most valuable symbols of the city, the 1-kilometer-long Mihailo Street was declared a state-protected historical and cultural protection unit. There is no imaginary prosperity, but it is also a busy street, Belgrade's main commercial street.
Belgrade City Style Under Night We stayed at the famous Mockba Hotel, located in the heart of the city, opposite the Commercial Pedestrian Street. There are many people selling paintings on the street, mostly for self-painting and self-selling. The entrance of commercial street is dominated by world famous brands as well as Tianchao, but there is actually a thousands of art exhibition halls specially for holding various paid art exhibitions. Such a popular demand for art makes people have to admire the cultivation of the people of Belgrade. The last one is the "commercial works of art" in the window, but there is still a certain artistic content.
Street and Republic Square together in the morning, almost no one in the afternoon and evening, a lot of people are busy shopping, not too ideal Sava River and Danube River junction is very close to straight, there is a river castle is very big.
One day in Belgrade, the Cathedral of Saint Savoy, the National Library, the Tesla Museum, the Parliament Building, the sculptures in the park, the University of Belgrade, the Serbian Building, the old site of the Chinese Embassy in the Former South, the Mihailo Street. Beishi city is not sincere, mainly on foot. The exquisite old buildings on the street are interlaced with new buildings. People are very leisurely and friendly. There are young handsome men and women everywhere, smoking cigarettes. A group of children, under the leadership of teachers, are chattering and naughty while two girls are turning their heads. Life could have been so elegant that life should have been elegant. Some.
Mihailo Street has become a place to punch in every day. It is a pedestrian street with Eastern European style. Many fashionable shops are on the street. Restaurants and cafes are also clustered here. The atmosphere is better near Christmas. Street performers perform.
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is a busy commercial street in the center of the city. There are many shops and passers-by, besides tourists, there are many local people or leisure or games.
The price of this coffee is cheaper, so there is no pressure on shopping consumption. There are European-style buildings on both sides, outdoor dining tables one by one on the street, balconies, umbrellas, ceiling fans, air conditioners, flowers, beer, coffee minks, ice cream, leisure and comfort.