List of Belgrade neighbourhoods and suburbs

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Below is a list of the neighbourhoods and suburbs of Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia. Each neighbourhood or suburb is categorised by the municipality in which it is situated.

The City of Belgrade is divided into seventeen municipalities, of which ten are urban and seven suburban. Six of these ten urban municipalities are completely within the bounds of Belgrade City Proper, while the remaining four have both urban and suburban parts. The seven suburban municipalities, on the other hand, are completely located within suburban bounds.

Municipalities of the City of Belgrade are officially divided into local communities (Serbian: месна заједница/mesna zajednica). These are arbitrary administrative units which on occasion correspond to the neighbourhoods and suburbs located in a municipality, though usually they don't. Their boundaries often change as the communities merge with each other, split from one another, or change names, so the historical and traditional names of the neighbourhoods survive.

In the majority of cases, especially in the old urban areas of Belgrade, the neighbourhoods and suburbs don't have firm geographical or administrative boundaries. This sometimes causes confusion even among Belgraders, as many have different views on where one neighbourhood or suburb ends and another begins. Cases of this kind of contention include:

  • Boundaries shaped through history, in many cases overlapping (Palilula–Hadžipopovac–Profesorska Kolonija).
  • Sub-neighbourhoods or parts of a larger neighbourhood (Čukarica–Banovo Brdo–Čukarička Padina).
  • Different names for the same areas (Englezovac–Savinac–Vračar).
  • Neighbourhoods of the same name stretching outside their own municipalities (sometimes even with the same name: extreme west of the neighbourhood of Palilula (Jevremovac) belongs to the municipality of Stari Grad, not the municipality of Palilula).
  • Some are completely located in another municipality (Selo Rakovica is located in the municipality of Voždovac, not in the municipality of Rakovica).
  • Inhabitants of one neighbourhood, even though geographically belonging to one area, consider themselves inhabitants of another (Bežanija–Bežanijski Blokovi).

Barajevo[edit]

Suburban:

Čukarica[edit]

Urban:

Suburban:

Grocka[edit]

Suburban:

Neighbourhoods of Kaluđerica:

  • Čardak
  • Klenak
  • Moravac
  • Novo Naselje
  • Stara Kaluđerica
  • Tri Tiganja

Neighbourhoods of Vrčin:

  • Avramovići
  • Bajića Kraj
  • Carino Naselje
  • Cerje
  • Donja Mala
  • Feroplast
  • Gornja Mala
  • Jankovići
  • Malo Polje
  • Orlovica
  • Pobrđani
  • Ravnine
  • Tranšped

Lazarevac[edit]

Suburban:

Mladenovac[edit]

Suburban:

Novi Beograd[edit]

Urban:

Obrenovac[edit]

Suburban:

Palilula[edit]

Urban:

Suburban:

Neighbourhoods of Borča:

  • Atovi
  • Borča Greda
  • Borča I or Centar I
  • Borča II or Centar II
  • Borča III or Centar III
  • Borča IV or Centar IV
  • Slatina
  • Stara Borča
  • Vihor
  • Zrenjaninski Put

Neighbourhoods of Padinska Skela:

  • Industrijsko Naselje
  • Novo Naselje
  • Srednje Naselje
  • Staro Naselje

Rakovica[edit]

Urban:

Savski Venac[edit]

Urban:

Sopot[edit]

Suburban:

Stari Grad[edit]

Urban:

Surčin[edit]

Suburban:

Voždovac[edit]

Urban:

Suburban:

Neighbourhoods of Ripanj:

Vračar[edit]

Urban:

Zemun[edit]

Urban:

Suburban:

Zvezdara[edit]

Urban: