Shopping in Belgrade

Belgrade is a bustling commercial centre with great fashion options, international brands and a burgeoning design scene. It can’t match up to the swagger of Paris or London, but there’s plenty to keep dedicated shoppers busy.

Key areas

The main shopping area is based around pedestrianised Kneza Mihaila, where visitors can find Western European high street chains. Those after quality clothing and other items should visit the Belgrade Design District in Čumić, which brings together almost every local designer and independent outfit of note in one place.


Markets, craft stalls and one-off boutiques can be found all over the city. For local delicacies and fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, Kalenić Market on Maksima Gorkog in the south of the city close to St Sava's Temple, is well worth a browse.

Shopping centres

If you lust after 24-hour shopping, there's the huge Tempo in New Belgrade near the Novi Sad motorway exit.

Opening hours

Shops are generally open between 0800 and 2000, although those on Kneza Mihaila often stay open later.


Belgrade Window, at Kneza Mihaila 6, has a good selection of souvenirs with a local theme, while the Ethnographic Museum, on Studentski Trg, offers a good range of locally produced arts and crafts. The tourist information centre at Knez Mihailova 5 also has plenty of Belgrade-themed souvenirs.

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