In the second half of the 19th century, with the help of engineer Nikola Ivković, Prince Miloš Obrenović laid out the route for what was at the time known as Topčider Road, connecting the National Assembly building in the city with his residence in the suburb of Topčider.
The wide, cobblestoned road lined with oak trees quickly became Belgrade’s favorite promenade – the popular “corso” or “Belgrade’s Champs- Élysées. In 1873, the street was named after Prince Miloš and has been called Kneza Miloša ever since.
Today is being nestled within the city’s key cultural, diplomatic, commercial and recreational attractions allows residents to feel the genuine city center spirit.
H3:All the hot spots are only minutes away, making the Temple of Saint Sava, the vibrant Vračar neighborhood, Republic Square, the historic city center, Kalemegdan and the Sava Promenade part of your everyday life.