Area Attractions

Belgrade (Beograd), the capital of Serbia, is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe, and at the intersection of Eastern and Western European influences. As the centre of the Serbian cultural, art, and social scene, Belgrade is known for its wide selection of museums, galleries, performances, exhibitions concerts, and events, all of which are located near the hotel. Guests can also enjoy a shopping spree at the nearby USCE Shopping Centre.

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Hyatt Regency Belgrade

PO Box 067, Milentija Popovica 5
Belgrade, Serbia, 11070

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Unique Belgrade Attractions

Belgrade Fortress

The Belgrade fortress and the surrounding Kalemegdan park are located on the point where the river Sava flows into Danube, with an amazing panorama overlooking on the Great War island.

Skadarska Street

Skadaraska Street is famous for its bohemian history and friendly ambience, preserving the tradition of former times. Many legendary Serbian artists, poets, writers, actors, and musicians lived there and frequented its restaurants and taverns.

Zemun City

Zemun is a historical town in the city of Belgrade and home to a Homeland museum and the Madlenianum Opera and Theatre. Gardoš tower is the most recognizable symbol of Zemun and a unique attraction with its cobblestone surrounding and famous Serbian taverns.

Belgrade Floating River Clubs

Belgrade is most recognizable for its nightlife and especially for the floating river clubs or barges (splavovi) that are spread along the banks of Sava and Danube rivers. You can have an unforgettable day and night experience on Belgrade river clubs.

Museums and Palaces

National Museum

The National Museum was founded in 1844 is the oldest, most significant and central museum of Serbia where visitors can find 34 archaeological, numismatic and historical collections. The museum is located on Republic Square in Belgrade.

Museum of Nikola Tesla

This museum is one of the best in the city. It preserves the heritage of the great Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. Exhibits include his original plans, drawings and models of his inventions. English-speaking guides are available.

Old Palace

The Old Palace with wonderful gardens was built between 1882 and 1884 for the newly formed Kingdom of Serbia headed by King Milan Obrenović. The Old Palace building is one of the most beautiful works of Serbian academic architecture of the 19th century.

Residence of Princess Ljubica

The Residence of Princess Ljubica was built in 1831 and presents the lifestyle of 19th century Belgrade families. Visitors can enjoy the unique program "A Coffee with Princess Ljubica".

Shopping

UŠĆE Shopping Center

UŠĆE Shopping Center, less than five minutes from the hotel, is the largest modern shopping center in Serbia. The shopping center has over 140 shops, supermarket, restaurants and cafés, food court, multiplex cinema, casino, and kids’ playground.

Knez Mihailova Street

All the well-known global brands can be found in Belgrade's Knez Mihailova. This pedestrian zone is one of the best-looking streets in town. At the top end of Knez Mihailova Street is a line of cart stalls that sell handmade gifts and souvenirs.

Rajićeva Shopping Center.

In the heart of Belgrade you will find the Rajićeva Shopping Center. Designed for pleasure and shopping, it has more than 80 stores featuring brand-name goods. You can sit and relax in restaurants that offer the best views of the city.

Hotel Shops

Our collection of luxury shops include fine jewelry, exclusive dresses, a fur shop, car rental as well as hair and make up studio and fashion brands... all just a few steps away from your room. The stores are on the lower level of the main lobby.