Kralja Aleksandra Shopping Walk (Self Guided), Belgrade

If your perfect vacation involves browsing shops for bargains and local wares, then Belgrade city center is for you. One of the principal shopping areas is situated on Kralja Aleksandra. At 5 miles (8.2 kilometers), this is the longest street in the capital. Within its many shops, you will find just about everything you can imagine, including expensive designer goods, shoes, religious art, quirky souvenirs and clothes at bargain prices.

No matter your budget, there are items suitable for all kinds of purses and wallets. Among the many familiar brand names to be found on Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard (known locally as "Bulevar") are Springfield, Mango, Hugo Boss and Benetton. The street is a popular shopping destination throughout the year and is also where you can purchase a lot of products from Turkey and China.

During your exciting shopping expedition on the long boulevard, you will encounter a rich mix of retail outlets, such as small stores, local malls, swish boutiques and craftsmen stores. These are dwindling in numbers, but are great places for a rummage. They sell all kinds of odds and ends and you never know what you may find. It all adds to the fun of indulging in some retail therapy on Kralja Aleksandra.
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Kralja Aleksandra Shopping Walk Map

Guide Name: Kralja Aleksandra Shopping Walk
Guide Location: Serbia » Belgrade
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.6 Km or 1 Miles
Author: nataly
Nikola Pašić Square, National Assembly of Serbia Building

2) Nikola Pašić Square, National Assembly of Serbia Building

Nikola Pašić Square, City Hall Building

3) Nikola Pašić Square, City Hall Building

Nikola Pašić Square, Central Post Office

4) Nikola Pašić Square, Central Post Office

Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard

8) Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard

Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, University of Belgrade

9) Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard, University of Belgrade

Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard

10) Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard

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