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Michelin is delighted to present the 2023 selection of the MICHELIN Guide Belgrade. In this second edition, 3 new restaurants are recommended by the Guide, bringing to 17 the total number of establishments showcased by the inspectors in the Serbian capital.
Serbia boasts a long culinary tradition that is based on the use of top-quality ingredients full of flavor. Thanks to its favorable climate, fertile soil and many rivers and streams, the country has developed extensive agricultural production, including the raising of livestock and cultivation of crops such as maize, wheat, sunflowers, sugar beet, soya, potatoes, apples, plums and grapes.
Vuk Vuletić, one of the best and most famous sommeliers in Serbia, guides us on a journey through the country’s different wines.
There’s a heightened awareness and increasing interest towards sustainability around the world – and that includes Serbia. Much more than just a passing fad, this trend is leading to a greater knowledge and a better appreciation of the country’s natural wines by wine professionals and amateur wine-enthusiasts alike.
Whether your focus is on museums which preserve the country’s history, parks and gardens for a relaxing stroll amid luxuriant greenery, or historical fortresses, churches and districts with timeless appeal, you’ll find all of these in our recommendations for visitors wishing to explore the Serbian capital and discover its many treasures.