While walking the streets of Belgrade, you will enjoy looking at stunning shop windows which represent a combination of the antique and conservative, merged with new and modern fashion trends. From old craft shops, large green markets, to luxury boutiques and modern malls - shopping in Belgrade is a truly satisfying experience.
The Knez Mihailova pedestrian zone from the Republic Square to Kalemegdan is a shopping area in Belgrade which you simply mustn’t miss out on. Equally as exclusive is the shopping area of Terazije Square. Global and domestic brands lure you from all sides of this 1.5-kilometer long shopping route. In the very center of the city there is a unique place in Belgrade - the Belgrade Design District. You can reach this fashionable and artistic quarter with fashion designers’ stores, designed jewelry and interior decorations, by means of pedestrian passages from Terazije Square, Nušićeva St. and Dečanska St.
We are certain that you will also enjoy a myriad of options from the domestic textile fashion industry in the following shops: Mona, Afrodite Mode Collection, Nicola’s... The unique wool, cotton and linen design of Ivković knitwear weaves the story inspired by traditional Serbian patterns, while St. George knitwear fashion house is devoted to collections of minimalist cuts, made of various fabrics of different textures. If you are planning on buying a beautiful golden piece, exclusive jewelry stores Andrejević, Djurdjević, Stefanović..., are a true family designer empire.
In Balkanska St., apart from the eastern dessert semolina halva, you will find some remaining craft shops with family tradition, selling hats, caps, ties and gloves labelled “made in Serbia.” We believe that after experiencing gastronomic pleasures in Belgrade taverns, you will want to buy some domestic products, from brandy and wine, to pepper spread and plum preserve. You can find them in all supermarkets, mini markets or souvenir shops. Before leaving Belgrade, we suggest you buy souvenirs in the Tourist Information Center, as a memory of the time spent in our city.