gay serbia guide gej srbijaGAY SERBIA GUIDE

Name: Republika Srbija (Republic of Serbia)

Language: Serbian (Cyrillic and Latin)

Currency: 1 Dinar

International code: RS

International phone code: +381

Capital: Belgrade

Population: 7,5 mil.

Climate: Serbia’s climate varies between a continental climate in the north, with cold winters, and hot, humid summers with well distributed rainfall patterns, and a more Adriatic climate in the south with hot, dry summers and autumns and relatively cold winters with heavy inland snowfall. Differences in elevation, proximity to the Adriatic Sea and large river basins, as well as exposure to the winds account for climate differences

Religions: Eastern Orthodoxy

Homosexuality: Legal

Legal age of consent: 14

Marriage: Constitution defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman, Family law defines civil partnership as a union between a man and a woman

Gay scene: Public display of homosexual desire or behaviour on the street, in parks or non-gay clubs can be dangerous.

BELGRADE

CLUBS

pleasure

Pleasure – Belgrade

Address: Kneza Miloša 9

Fri-Sat 23:00 – 07:00

Phone: 062 89 96 878

Facebook

LGBT, straight friendly club

Mixed clientele

Best after 1 AM

 

musk

MUSK – Belgrade

Address: Makedonska 28

Fri-Sat 16:00 – 05:00

Every other Day except Monday 16:00 – 02:00

Phone: 065 65 64 060

www.facebook.com/clubmuskbelgrade

LGBT, straight friendly club with sometimes karaoke nights

Mainly younger gay men

 

smiley

SMILEY – Belgrade

Address: Terazije 5

Weekend 18:00 – 02:00

Every other Day 13:00 – 01:00

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Smiley-Beograd/55253991490

LGBT bar

Mainly older gay men

 

GAY FRIENDLY

KC Grad

Address: Braće Krsmanović 4, Belgrade

Website

Facebook

Gay-friendly cultural center with sometimes gay parties.

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  1. bb.center 18/04/2017 at 06:49

    When Belgraders make plans to meet, their choice location is usually “at the Horse,” a reference to Republic Square, which is dominated by a statue of Mihailo Obrenovic, the Serbian Prince that freed Serbia from the Ottoman Empire, atop a horse.

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