Restaurants and bars

Social, cultural, political and every other aspect of life in Serbia once took place in pubs. They were the first libraries, the first ''moving pictures'' were watched there, and the first dance steps were learned. Chroniclers wrote that towns in southeast Serbia, between the two world wars, had one pub for every fifty inhabitants. The inhabitants of southeast Serbia have not given up their pub and bohemian life until the present day. Pubs, cafes, restaurants, clubs, are places that reflect the everyday life of the local towns in modern times. Modern, “trendy music” or the traditional music is listened there. Also, the locals will not allow you to pay the bill. In Serbian tradition, it is the custom for the host to bear all costs for food and beverages (abundant, tasty and good). Cheers!