Zeleni Venac Market
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Thomas G
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,317 contributions
Jul 2022
Zeleni Venac Market is a great market, where you can only find locals selling and buying very tasty food. I really enjoyed walking here for half an hour. This is a nice off the beaten track sight in the city center of Belgrade.
Written August 18, 2022
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avi s
tel aviv34 contributions
Dec 2015 • Friends
the Zeleni Venac market which is located about 400m from hotel Moskva and the beginning of Knez Mihailova is very charming.There are more than 100 stalls, about 60% of them are fruits, vegetables and other food while about 40% contain clothing, shoes household etc.Fruit and vegetable are very cheap about EUR 0.30 per kg with excellent quality.clothing is very cheap too. there are also 2 food stores and a pharmacy. the market is very tidy, with good smells and a rain roof for protection, The best way to locate the market is by taking a taxi from your hotel in old Belgrade, only 250 dinars, about EUR 2.0. for those interested, the market is very close to the Jewish synagogue, Sukat Shalom.Tke market is also open on Sundays till 8:00 pm .
Written December 27, 2015
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Jerome P
Lokeren, Belgium332 contributions
Dec 2014 • Solo
Opposite the bus station is a park, go through it (not at night please !) and at the end is Kamenicka street. Climb the stairs, but not too fast please, because fun already starts here: Kamenicka street is some kind of a fleamarket where can can buy everything from nuts and bolts to fur of foxes. Up is the Zeleni Venac market: mainly a green market, but also household goods, cheap clothes and homemade rakia can be bought. There is a small supermarket and there are public toilets. Take your time.
Cross the street after you have visited the green market, go to the right and walk through the underpass, take the stairs on your right, walk 75 meters and go up again...you are very close to the pedestrian zone and can start another walk....
Written February 1, 2015
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Victorakhimov
43 contributions
Apr 2018 • Friends
Very poor suppply, we thought we were missing something, however we saw all the stands, mostly bananas and green onion :)
Written April 29, 2018
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia15,863 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
Being lovers of all things markets we were quite excited to visit Zeleni Venac (Green Wreath), it did not disappoint. This is the most central of Belgrade’s farmers’ markets and is the oldest green market within the city, celebrating its 170th year in operation in 2017, (WOW). With its location next to the main bus station, makes it very popular with people/locals/visitors ending and starting there journeys here. During our visit there was a real vibe about the place, the vendors spruiking there wares and the many locals racing around snapping up a bargain, the quality of the fruit and vege was sublime - made everything on the shelves of the supermarkets look a bit more than half dead, what we especially liked was in most cases there is a set price on all produce, what you see is what you get, (almost), you could still get the wrong change or get short weighted however, with a displayed price, at least you begin with a fighting chance. (It is worth saying this has not happened to us at this market) however, it all just adds to the trill of the hunt, and the value is worth it, for instance of the value to be found - bananas were 120 dinara/kilo, apples 50, strawberries 200 and pomegranates were 130 per kilo for an example.

We stopped for a snack/lunch at a bakery tucked in the corner, for a serbian hotdog (frankfurt/saveloy, wrapped in puffish pastry)and a wedge of cornbread, both very tasty and excellent value, paying 150 dinara for the 2 items.

This market has become our regular haunt, (during our one month visit to belgrade) for fresh fruit & veges and bread products, amazing value and quality
Written April 12, 2018
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ruthandvern
Wilton, CA14,922 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
We stayed in an apartment in Belgrade and did our own cooking. fresh ingredients daily, it doesn't get much better than that. No chemicals a plus.
Written January 16, 2017
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Blok45Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia65 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
If you want to feel a town spirit you should visit local green market. I do it every time I visit new city. This one is located in the city centre, so if you are nearby you have to visit (I think) the oldest green market in Belgrade. There, you can find groceries, fruits and other cheep and quality food. Also, clothes and cosmetics and some small kitchen and house staff. It is recently renovated and roofed so you can walk in the rain and enjoy local food and fruits:)
Across are main bus stations-downside international, and upside local.
Written February 11, 2016
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Mira_Bihac
Newark, DE313 contributions
Oct 2019
All roads meet at Zeleni venac, the market located in the very heart of Belgrade,decorated with interesting rooftop ,officially
opening in 1926..
You can find anything you want ,from fruits ,vegetables,nuts,cheese,fish,clothes,old shoes,new shoes,old antique mirror,and yes,beautiful flowers,everything smells so good and taste so good.
Very cheerful and friendly atmosphere.
Pleasant journey.
Written January 14, 2020
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pghadamli
Tehran, Iran6,538 contributions
May 2018 • Family
Zeleni Venac Market is a big & nice & roofed farmer`s market is located in front of zeleni venac bus station next to terazije square which moskva hotel is there.you can find here every fruits and green vegetable and prices are very very reasonable and very good and all of vendors are kindly a laugh.if you want to go mihailova street or kalmegdan park and fortress you can visit here because worth it.
Written June 22, 2018
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Али
Tehran, Iran330 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
we found this market randomly. and also bought some fruits with cheap price. you can find so many colorful fruits here.
Written September 26, 2017
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