Rooftop bars Belgrade

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6 best rooftop bars in Belgrade [2022 update]


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Last updated: March 18, 2023


Elevate your experience and enjoy one of the oldest capitals of Europe from one of the best Belgrade rooftop bars. Starting right here, with the ultimate guide to the best rooftops in Belgrade. This up-to-date listing is packed with all info you need about each venue: opening hours, pictures, dress code, maps and so much more.

So, which is the best rooftop bar Belgrade? Just scroll down and find the Belgrade terrace best suited for you.

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Rooftop SkyLounge Belgrade in Belgrade

SkyLounge Belgrade

$$$$ | 8th floor | Vračar
  • Highlights
  • Cosmopolitan & stylish
  • Weekend DJ sessions
  • Crafted cocktails

Covering the complete top floor of the Hilton Belgrade, SkyLounge is a cospmopolitan and stylish rooftop bar, serving one of the top experiences in the city. Offering both inside and outdoor seating, the elegant rooftop terrace comes with an equally impressive view, overlooking the skyline and the heart of Belgrade. Enjoy Pan-Asian cuisine and a wide selection of crafted signature cocktails, wine and champagne, all served in a luxurious and trendy atmosphere.

Rooftop bar Heritage Rooftop in Belgrade

Heritage Rooftop

$$$ | 9th floor | Palilula
  • Highlights
  • Panoramic views
  • Cosy & modern
  • Weekend music nights

Perched on the ninth floor of the Heritage Hotel, this open air gastro bar offers some amazing panoramic views over Belgrade. Modern and trendy in setting, the rooftop comes with both comfy lounge sofas and stylish dining tables. The rooftop bar serves a food menu inspired by the Mediterranean kitchen, and drinks come as both well-made cocktails and a fine selection of over 50 wines, both domestic and foreign. Cosy in atmosphere, Heritage Rooftop is a fantastic Belgrade rooftop for fine food, drinks and views.

Rooftop bar Mama Shelter Belgrade in Belgrade

Mama Shelter Belgrade

$$$ | 6th floor | Stari Grad
  • Highlights
  • Colorful, lush & funky
  • Vibrant

Located on the vibrant Knez Mihailova Street, the Mama Shelter Belgrade rooftop is just about as vibrant. Colorful, lush and funky, the terrace mixes a wide range of seatings with ping-pong table and panoramic views over the Belgrade skyline. Open from early to late, the rooftop bar offers a wide range of frozen and signature cocktails, refreshing jucies and premium spirits, as well as a nice combo of Serbian dishes, pan-Mediterranean food and pizzas from the wood-fired oven.

Rooftop Kalemegdanska terasa in Belgrade

Kalemegdanska Terasa

$$$ | Castle Kalemegdan
  • Highlights
  • Castle rooftop
  • Restaurant
  • River views
  • Great for events

Situated on the castle Kalemegdan, which is one of Belgrade's main tourist attractions, you’ll find this stunning Belgrade rooftop bar and restaurant. With seating for 250 at the inside restaurant and 100 on the open-air terrace, the rooftop comes with a fantastic view of Belgrade and its bridges and rivers. Surounded by history and very classic and stylish in decor, Kalemgdanska Terasa serves top-class cuisine, classic cocktails, spirits, beers along with an impressive and extensive wine card.

Rooftop Restoran Caruso in Belgrade

Restoran Caruso

$$$ | 8th floor | Terazije
  • Highlights
  • Restaurant
  • Downtown

An upscale rooftop restaurant, located on the 8th floor in downtown Belgrade, just above Terazije. Not super easy to find, but well worth the search. The restaurant serves Mediterranean, domestic dishes and dishes of Balkan cuisine, along with a fine selection of wines, spirits and some beers. From the balcony terrace you get a magical view of Belgrade's skyline and rooftops. Complemented with friendly service, great ambience and quite often live music, Caruso is a great rooftop to visit.

Rooftop Republic Square Sky Terrace in Belgrade

Republic Square Sky Terrace

$$$ | 6th floor | Stari Grad
  • Highlights
  • Amazing views
  • Coffee & Cocktails

Both a fantastic hotel and a lovely Belgrade rooftop terrace, located just steps away from Republic Square Belgrade. The rooftop terrace is quite simple in decoration, but that is more than made up for with some fantastic views over Belgrade. Relaxing and comfy in atmosphere, here you can enjoy sunsets and a nice selection of tasty coffee and refreshing cocktails. What more do you need?

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City info

Rooftop bar & Belgrade

Rooftop-grade: 5/10
Prime season: May-Sept
Residents: 1,7 millions
Climate: continental

Belgrade has cold winters and hot summers. This results in a rather low range of rooftop bars.

The roof terraces are open during the summer and offers beautiful views of the city and its surroundings. More info about Belgrade can be found here.

About Belgrade

Belgrade, which means "the white city", is the capital of Serbia. It is one of Europe's oldest capitals. The city is situated where the rivers Sava and Danube meet. Other nicknames of Belgrade's is "The gateway to the Balkan" and "The door to Central Europe", due to its waterfront location. Theaters, art galleries, museums and Orthodox churches are some of the attractions that are available here. The city has continental climate with four seasons.