The Serbian capital glories in its traditions, which makes for delicious dining, Nicholas Schmidle (Pakistan, 2006-2008) writes for AFAR travel magazine.
“Belgrade’s history of disharmony has contributed to its appeal today,” he writes. “It is culturally diverse and relatively free of Western commercialism, a city whose history feels both canonical and unsettled, the capital of a country reckoning with a troubled past as it embarks on an uncertain future.”
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