Excellent location

Location is critical when seeking your new home

The residential and business complex Novi Dorćol is at the core of the Old Town – near the National Theatre, several minutes on foot from the Jevremovac Botanical Garden and the famous Bajloni Market in Belgrade. Surrounded with rich urban facilities, New Dorćol is a place where the traditional and modern are intertwined creating a combination of authentic and modern architecture. New Dorćol is a place that offers peace and comfort in the very heart of city bustle.

Venizelosova 29, Belgrade

Skadarlija

Boemska četvrt

5 min

Park

Park kod „Stare Hercegovine“

1 min

Osnovna škola

Osnovna škola Vlada Aksentijević

3 min

Osnovna škola

Osnovna škola Vuk Karadžić

11 min

Srednja škola

Sportska gimnazija

4 min

Pijaca

Pijaca Bajloni

8 min

Bitef teatar

7 min

Botanička bašta

7 min

Srednja škola

Prva beogradska gimnazija

9 min

Osnovna škola

Osnovna škola Skadarlija

9 min

Hala Pionir

21 min

Narodno pozorište

18 min

Knez Mihajlova

Pešačka zona

21 min

Distance from Novi Dorćol complex to key points in the city

1 minPark near „Stara Hercegovina“
11 minSkadarlija bohemian street
3 minPrimary school Vlada Aksentijević
9 minPrimary school Skadarlija
11 minPrimary school Vuk Karadžić
21 minPionir sports hall
4 minSports High school
18 minNarodno pozorište
8 minBajloni market
18 minNational Theatre
7 minBitef teatar
21 minKnez Mihajlova street
7 minBotanical garden
20 minZoo
9 minThe first Belgrade high school
20 minKalemegdan fortres

The location is everything

ALMOST EVERYTHING THAT HAS TO BE SEEN IN BELGRADE IS LOCATED IN DORĆOL.

Whoever lives in Dorćol doesn’t have to leave this neighborhood. Everything is here – parks, the Kalemegdan fortress, the river Danube, theatres and cultural sites, great cafés and restaurants.

The famous Čukur-fountain, where the conflict between Serbs and Turks began, is located in Dorćol. Gavrilo Princip went to the First Belgrade Grammar School. Near the school there was the Vidin Gate, one of the four gates that once stood at the entrance to Belgrade. The Bajloni green market is tucked between Skadarska Street, George Washington Street and Drinčić Street and the Belgraders and their guests have been shopping there for almost a century. Let’s not forget that Skadarlija, the bohemian district, is the integral part of Droćol as well.

Osnovana davne 1838. Godine, osnovna škola Vuka Karadžić jedna je od najstarijih škola u Beogradu.

ALMOST EVERYTHING THAT HAS TO BE SEEN IN BELGRADE IS LOCATED IN DORĆOL.

Whoever lives in Dorćol doesn’t have to leave this neighborhood. Everything is here – parks, the Kalemegdan fortress, the river Danube, theatres and cultural sites, great cafés and restaurants.

The famous Čukur-fountain, where the conflict between Serbs and Turks began, is located in Dorćol. Gavrilo Princip went to the First Belgrade Grammar School. Near the school there was the Vidin Gate, one of the four gates that once stood at the entrance to Belgrade. The Bajloni green market is tucked between Skadarska Street, George Washington Street and Drinčić Street and the Belgraders and their guests have been shopping there for almost a century. Let’s not forget that Skadarlija, the bohemian district, is the integral part of Droćol as well.

Green oasis at the very heart of Belgrade, the Botanical Garden is a true refuge from city bustle offering visitors a special experience and enjoyment in unusual vegetation.

The avant-garde theatre, which over the years has brought together the most diverse theatrical traditions and tendencies, has been a meeting place for the world’s most famous artists.

The old bohemian street has been a well-known cultural spot in Belgrade from the early 20th century.

Whether your work or school is in the centre, or you just like shopping or dining in the heart of the city, you’ll be there in a 10-minute walk.

One of the largest sports halls in Belgrade is named after the creator of modern Serbian basketball, professor Aleksandar Nikolić.

Established at the time of Prince Miloš Obrenović, today’s First Belgrade Grammar School has been one of the most elite educational institutions in Belgrade for more than 180 years.

Although its official name is Skadarska Market, the Bajloni Market takes its name from the founder and owner of the neighbouring brewery “Bajloni”, the Czech Ignjat Bajloni.

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