Belgrade holds the 6th place in London's Sunday Times' list of world's best cities for entertainment. Many European magazines ranked it at the top. Over 2,000 bars and hundreds of discos, nightclubs and rafts offer a rich and interesting entertainment until the early hours. The prices of drinks vary and are generally suitable for tourists from Western countries. Sites that are recommended for night-out are "Underground" in Pariska Street no. 1a, under the Kalemegdan fortress, the club "Academy" in Rajićeva 10, at the end of the pedestrian zone, "Bitef Art Cafe" (Drinčićeva 1), "Barutana" at Kalemegdan, "Idiot" in the Dalmatinska Street no. 13, "Bizarre" (Gospodar Jevremova 38), "Plastic" in Takovska Street 34, club "Tramvaj" (Ruzveltova Street 2), "Plato" on Students' Square, "Three Carrots Irish Pub" (Kneza Miloša Street 16), a traditional Irish pub. Belgrade lies on two rivers - the Sava and the Danube - so for those who like to have fun on the water rafts, there are "Amsterdam", "Hua Hua", "Acapulco", "Ambis", then "Blaywatch", "Lukas", "Freestayler" and many others. Most of them are visited by major world DJs throughout the summer.
The only official currency in Serbia is the Serbian Dinar (RSD). Money can be exchanged in all banks and post offices, as well as in numerous exchange offices. There are many ATMs that accept foreign bank cards, and you should not have problems with them, since they are new devices. Payment by Visa, Visa Electron and Mastercard is widespread. However, traveler's checks are not a common and customary form of payment in Serbia, so try to avoid them.
Shopping is an integral part of every trip. Diversity of supply is reflected in a blend of global brands and local products and handicraft. Pedestrian zone Knez Mihailova is one of the most popular places for shopping. All stores are usually open on Saturdays, and some work until 3pm on Sundays. Some shopping centers are open every day. Shopping centers Ušće, Delta City and New Millennium are one of the most popular places for shopping.