We had no particular plans in mind for Beograd. We didn’t know what to expect so we decided to wander around. We headed out a little later that morning because R wasn’t feeling well from yesterday morning’s cold shower. She ended up with a fever and cough.
We stumbled into an open air farmers market. The market was very lively with neat rows of stands and people selling their produce. From nuts, vegetables, meat, flowers , eggs, fish and anything else that you might expect to find in a market like this. The people were very friendly. I learned that if you want to take photos of them all you need to do is offer them a smile and show them the photo after. There was a sweet lady who allowed us to stand behind her stall for a photo. We gladly obliged.
We spent a lot of time wandering in market and taking photos. I was very curious to find out what people were buying, what was in season, and where did all the produce come from?
A lady catching up on her daily news.
One of the reasons why I love visiting farmers markets when I travel is because of how wonderfully colourful everything is.
Some farm fresh eggs to go please.
After we continued on into the bohemian quarters. The cobble street was empty. You can see shop owners are just starting to wake up from what appeared to be a busy evening last night. We walked into a shop and I got some fried fish to try. It was a bit salty but very tasty.
We decided to make our way to the restaurant which was all the way across town. The walk was a very long 45 min journey. We walked by St. Marks cathedral and took a short break. The cathedral had some very interesting brick work and beautiful columns. It’s always so fascinating to me that churches and cathedrals are so elaborate when it comes to the architecture, paintings, murals..etc.