The weather on the second day of our trip was rainy and cold, so we didn't have many options for sightseeing.

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We decided to visit the "Nikola Tesla" museum.

When we left the museum, we stumbled upon a cute bakery where I saw these French macarons.

And I had to have one.

M. was prepared with a suggestion for lunch. We went to "Zavičaj" - a Serbian restaurant with traditional cuisine. I had meatballs and "Shopska" salad and this time M. had the "pleskavica".

After that, we went to see St. Sava Temple. You can find a review on TripAdvisor that this is the most impressive building you can see in Belgrade.


  1. Looks like a really pretty place, only a little bit cold haha :)

  2. Hi Sany! Well done on the new logo, is soooo beautiful and brigh, perfectly reflects the blog's mood and you!:) Btw, what a shame it was rainy on the second day, you managed to visit a lot the same and also to indulge in a very yummy macaron :) St. Sava Temple is impressive, makes me feel in awe looking at it. Many kisses and have a good Wed! xo

    1. You are the first one to notice the logo, Lilli! Thank you! :)

  3. Колко си сладка само! Като малко палаво момиченце, което мисли, че не е оставило доказателства, а пък устата му е с трошички от макарони, хи хи хи :)

  4. Gorgeous photos! Love seeing your travels :) Sucks that you couldn't sightsee, rain sucks when its cold doesn't it? haha :)


  5. Hi Sany! :) I really like your photos from Belgrade, especially that one with temple, it's really eye-catching and huge building :) And that sorry to hear that the weather wasn't good for sightseeing (and btw,does the weather is also so awful in your country?), but you took nice shoots anyway :) Take care, dear :)

  6. Yum. All the food is making me hungry now. Those macaroons especially. Belgrade is beautiful; I love the architecture.

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  7. Beautiful pictures. Looks like an amazing place.

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  9. There's some really cool looking architecture in Belgrade. It's always a bummer when it rains when you're visiting a city but at least you were able to make the best of it. That macaron not only looks yummy but it also looks big ~_^

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  12. I love the pictures with you. But you tried your favorite sweet .O-oh.

  13. Wow, so beautiful pictures, love this architecture. *__*
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  14. Oh, Belgrade again:) How wonderful! I must say I prefer such gloomy weather to hot and sunny, if it's not too cold of course;)
    I love macarons too, it's hard to refuse, indeed:) You look so cute on that snapshot:)
    By the way, St. Sava Temple looks gorgeous, I'm so impressed by all of these high-level architecture!

  15. beautiful structures!! :D the food and macarons especially look so amazing!! :D

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  16. what amazing history. i love it, because buildings...their contents...statues and such always tell a story.

  17. The Tesla museum must have been very interesting! Food looks great and so do you :)

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  19. Никога не съм била в Сърбия, но снимките, които си направила на Белград много ми харесват. Изглежда красиво!

  20. Аз не си падам много по храмове, но май във всеки един град има един, който задължително трябва да се види. Красива сграда наистина :)) Всяко ново нещо си заслужава да се види, усети и направи :) Браво на вас!

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  22. A really lovely place. I won't mind strolling around for hours here.

  23. A very nice place to visit!
    Great photos! :)

  24. The food looks incredible and what amazing photos!

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