Belgrade Green Market

Pizza or green market

Belgrade is one of the few cities in Europe that has a green market where you can buy fresh local products 24/7. There are more than 30 green markets in the city, offering local and seasonal vegetables, fruits and dairy products.

Pijaca is officially open from sunrise to sunset, but you should not be late because the best products tend to be sold in the morning. Kalenic, Bajloni, Zeleni Venac and Zemun Green Market are the busiest and most well-known markets.

ZELENI VENAC PIJACA

Zeleni Venac is located on the busiest square in the city center, only 5 minutes away from Republic Square, adjacent to the main public transport hub, and is one of the oldest green markets in Belgrade. In the 18th century, the area was part of the area surrounding the Kalemegdan fortress and became very popular in the daily transit of people and the use of adjacent major urban areas. Ten years ago, it was rebuilt to restore its original appearance.

In addition to all seasonal fruits and vegetables, you can also buy delicious artisan cheese and meat at the nearby butcher’s shop.

Working hours: 06: 00 – 19:00 h
Parking lot: Zone 1
KALENIĆPIJACA
Located in Kalenić Pijaca, Vracar District, one of Belgrade’s central municipalities, it is Belgrade’s largest and most extensive green market with more than 800 vehicles. The market has existed since the 1920s and was named after Belgrade’s 19th and 20th century businessman Vlajko Kalenić, who left most of his property for public use, including the Kalenić area .

The market is located in the triangular square between Maksima Gorkog Street and Njegoseva Street. It is surrounded by bakeries and flower shops. The market is located at t] {style = “font-weight: 400;”}.

Kalenić has the widest selection of fish and seafood in Belgrade. You can also find one of Belgrade’s flea markets here.

Working hours: 06: 00 – 19:00 h
Parking lot: Zone 1
Bayoloni Piaca
Bajloni is located in the oldest part of the city, just a few steps from the Bohemian Street Skadarlija, named after the Bajloni family of Czech origin. Villagers across Serbia sell fruits and vegetables here, but there are also sellers of “exotic” fruits such as avocado, mango and coconut.

There are some butcher shops in the market where you can buy grilled meats, bakeries and traditional small shops selling fresh dairy products like kajmak or goat cheese.

Working hours: 06: 00 – 19:00 h
Parking lot: Zone 1
ZEMUN PIJACA
This green market is located in the large square in the middle of Zemun and is the first mobile market in the area after the reconstruction in 2012. The area is a multifunctional venue for trade and public performances. The Zemun market has about 500 mobile stands and is one of the largest markets in Belgrade.

Due to its proximity to the Danube and Zemun was originally a fishing village, high-quality fresh fish and seafood can be found throughout the year.

Working hours: 06: 00 – 19:00 h
You can find more information about the remaining green markets on the Belgrade Pijace website.

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