|These streets hide many parties|
|Tijuana: unmarked Mexican-owned bar. Ask around.|
A 'Party City' is not determined by the number of bars or discos present, but by the desire of the people to party. Serbians have a party spirit whether it be with Moet champagne in a posh, high-fashion disco on Kneza Mihalova Street or with homemade rakia on a park bench in Kalemegdan. It may not seem that way on the first visit, but look harder. Even if the city streets look quiet, just ask enough people and they can direct you to one of a dozen secret bars hidden in the floors of the large buildings.
|Danguba Rock Club: Live music every night|
That party will have to wait until tomorrow. Tonight I'm not going out since I have to catch up with some friends I haven't seen in a while. I don't remember exactly how we caught up, but it involved lots of alcohol, coffee, dancing and funny hats. Indeed a country's party spirit is determined by its people, not by its bars and discos.