Dorcol

Dorcol, Belgrade: Address, Phone Number, Dorcol Reviews: 4.5/5

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Elite Tantra Massage
Belgrade, Serbia9 contributions
Lots of cafes and restaurants
Aug 2021
Great place to go when you're hungry. :) Lot of restaurants, cafes, shisha bars, etc. It's 5 minutes walk from the Republic square and really nice in the summer.
Written October 9, 2021
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Lifetraveller99
Europe40 contributions
The best area
Jul 2021
Really centrally located and a great area to visit due to the many restaurants, bars, cafes and tree-lined and sometimes cobbled streets.
Written August 13, 2021
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TravelsRUs
74 contributions
Best Neighborhood
Jan 2021
This neighborhood was great! Several markets, coffee shops, restaurants, wine bars and restaurants. There is also a lot of art all around the different streets. Several tourist places are close by as well as transportation.
Written February 10, 2021
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milosdjukelic
Belgrade, Serbia42 contributions
Dorćol rulz
Jan 2021
The most iconic Belgrade's neighborhood. Name is coming from Turkish words Dort and Jol, meaning for roads or a crossroad. The exact place that was called like that in that times was nowdays corner of Kralja Petra and Dušanova street. It's original borders are from Francuska street to Rige od Fere and Tadeuša Košćuška and from Danube to Vase Čarapića and Studentski Trg, but even parts around like Šipka, Skadarlija, Bajloni Pijaca, parts of Kalemegdan and Sports center 25th of May are feeling like Dorćol. There is a difference between Lower Dorćol and Upper one (Zerek). Divided with train rails and in the past with strong social class divide. Nowdays it is les felt. Interesting multinational and multi-confessional history gives it's unique flavor to this small but infuentual part of the city. Mosque and Jewish council next to each other, Orthodox Church is there as well. Plenty of amazing bars and restaurants, 3 best ice cream places in the city, night clubs, few craft beer breweries, cosy pubs, live jazz, rakija distillery, home of probably 5 best restaurants in the city, iconic street food kiosks, best coffee roasters, great green market and old bohemian street on it's borders, a lot of patinated historic buildings, few hipsters hubs, galleries and museum of frescoes, Strahinjića Bana street full of bars, few hidden coctail bars and Speak Easies and a lot of unpolished charm. Place a must to experience if you want to understand real Belgrade, it's people and unique spirit.
Written January 24, 2021
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LolaGo1
Washington DC, DC5,676 contributions
Famous Neighborhood in Belgrade
May 2019 • Solo
During our Walking Tour, we proceeded to this neighborhood after visiting the Bohemian neighborhood where there are cafes, restaurants, private homes,etc. Here at Dorcol, I noted mostly huge private homes and streets lined up with trees.

Our Guide pointed out to a busy street intersections with some red markings. Values or prices of real estate in this area depends on the location of one's property, using these marks as demarcation lines.

I also noted one mosque here, the only one left standing after the Ottomans left. There used to be more than 200 mosques in Belgrade!
Written May 13, 2019
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Divna S
22 contributions
Very known part of Belgrade
Jun 2018 • Couples
The history of this part of Belgrade is very rich. There are even now a great diversity of people living there but also the great divesity of places that you can visit there.
Written April 13, 2019
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Aleksandar
Belgrade, Serbia8,213 contributions
Downtown
Jan 2019 • Couples
One of the oldest parts of the city. Packed with nice old buildings, some in a desperate need for renovation.
Written January 29, 2019
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NapPARK Hostel
Belgrade, Serbia61 contributions
The most interesting district in whole Belgrade
Dec 2018 • Family
The most interesting district in Belgrade where city history and urban hip trends go perfectly together!
Written January 9, 2019
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Ombud W
2 contributions
Horrible smell
Aug 2018 • Friends
Loki has changed the location since my last visit.
The place looks the same, but the smell around it, is just horrible.
There’s even a place to sit in front of it, but we couldn’t even finish our burger there, it was just unbearable.
Written August 6, 2018
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Mira_Bihac
United States225 contributions
Heart of Belgrade
Jul 2018 • Friends
Dorcol is one of the oldest and most significant neighborhoods of Belgrade,rich in history ,stories and legends.
The must see places are :Museum of Vuk and Dositej,Vuk Karadzic is creator of Serbian language and Dositej educator and reformer of Serbian language.
Ethnographic Museum founded in 1901,Museum includes national costumes, clothes, jewelry,ceramics and other antiques
of creativity of Serbia.
The Church of S.Alexander Nevski,which a marble iconostasis
was given by Kind Aleksandar Karadjordjevic in 1930.
You can admire also Skadarlija ,Bajloni markit ,Kalemedan park and fortress.
Pleasant journey.
Written July 1, 2018
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