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You can ride ride a bike during day and enjoy the nightlife in some superb floating restaurants!
The largest and most beautiful beach in Belgrade, "Belgrade Sea", Lake Ada Ciganlija, with several kilometers of coastline along, which there are countless cafes and restaurants, playgrounds, sports fields and facilities, water skiing, kayaking, renting roller skates and bicycles, bike path, etc.
Ada Ciganlija is elongated river island created on the fourth kilometer of the Sava River from the confluence of the Danube River.Ada has preserved its natural resources, which form a dynamic ecosystem and constitute an ecological oasis. The thick deciduous forest, dominated by oaks and elms, is the…
Ada is a lake not that far from us. Beautiful and recreational point of Belgrade it's favourite among the locals, especially during summer with beach and cafes around 8 km long shore.
SUMMER Ada Ciganlija is great place where locals go to relax and have a great time over the summer. There are a lot of nice cafes, sports facilities, e scooters, rollerblades, bikes to rent and go for a swim. Not very touristy more of a place where locals go during the summer months. Ada Ciganlija…
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