If you have chosen to spend your Christmas holidays in the capital of Serbia, rest assured that you´ve hit the jackpot with one of the most interesting tourist destinations in Europe. Here, we’ll tell you about five things we recommend for your trip in December.
December 2: Christmas charity bazaar
Our first proposal is a visit to the Christmas Bazaar, which although it’s only been held since 2000 has already become a tradition in Belgrade. The International Women´s Club is the foundation that manages this bazaar. Here, you’ll be able to see and buy all kinds of clothes, toys, cosmetics, food, sports and just about anything you can imagine with a huge variety of designs. It´s perfect for finding holiday gifts, and the money raised benefits people in need in Serbia. It takes place from 10 am to 4 pm at the Belgrade Fair, Hall 2.
December 4: Concert Cranberries
There’s also a lot of music here, since Belgrade has become one of the most important European capitals for parties and nightlife.
The first concert we’re recommending is by the international group The Cranberries, who have surprised us this year with a new studio album after a long 10 years of silence! The new album by the Irish group is called Roses. They’ll perform at Beogradska Arena on December 4, but don’t wait much longer to buy your ticket.
December 6: Concert by Ben Klock
Acclaimed in Germany and with the Berghain (Berlin) as a base for operations, the young Ben Klock performs techno that is very special and offers a profound experience, full of hidden feelings that entrap us in its particular atmosphere. Klock rescues some of the most important features of techno that began to appear in Berlin in the mid-90s and transforms them into sessions that convey ideas. He’ll be performing in several European capitals throughout December, and Belgrade is one of them.
New Year´s Eve and New Year in Belgrade
If your vacationing during the end of the year, you will have a unique experience celebrating New Year´s Eve in Belgrade. Spending your New Year´s Eve in a European capital is always a wise choice, and in Belgrade you can attend one of the many festivals in the variety of bars that are open and then go out into the streets with everyone else to enjoy the music and fireworks in the city center. The craziest night of the year is filled with music of all kinds and an enviable spirit of revelry.
Finally, we’d like to mention that you do not need to do any of these things to have a great time in Belgrade, one of the most historic cities in the world. At Christmastime, the city takes on a special spirit, and you need only walk along the streets to experience i
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