EENPS 2021: Social events
- 18h Visit to the Kalemegdan Fortress (meeting point in front of the Faculty of Philosophy, free)
- 19h Informal Welcoming Drinks (at one’s own expense)
- 10h Conference Opening (free)
- 12h-13h Grant Writing Session (Daniel Kostić, Borut Trpin and Barbara Osimani)
- 17:30h Open Air Reception, Captain Miša's Mansion, address: Studentski trg 1 (free for the participants)
- 12h-13h Meeting Between Junior and Senior Scholars (organizers Barbara Osimani and Andrea Berber - everyone is welcome)
- 17h Visit to the Collection of Scientific Instruments of the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology (free)
- 18h EENPS Meeting
- 12h-13h Session on Mental Health in Academia (Vlasta Sikimić, Lynn Chiu and Daniel Kostić)
- 16h Visit to the National Museum of Serbia (at one’s own expense, ~2.6 euros)
What to do in Belgrade
Belgrade, as one of the most vibrant cities in the Balkan region, has a lot to offer when it comes both to culture and entertainment. Visiting the fortress Kalemegdan and watching the rivers' confluence from there is a must for every visitor. Moreover, the Zemun – historically the Austrian part of the city, offers restaurants and bars alongside the Danube river. The weather in Belgrade is perfect in June, so one can enjoy walks on the river island – Ada, a popular relaxation spot.
Apart from the National Museum, in the heart of the city, one can visit the Ethnographic Museum, and the Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences. Slightly further away, but definitely worth visiting is the Museum of the History of Yugoslavia.
An urban quarter, at the city wharf is very popular for its restaurants, bars and raft-clubs. More about this and other popular locations in Belgrade you can find on the following link: http://stillinbelgrade.com/the-hipster-guide-to-belgrade/
There are guided tours over the city, such as:
- Belgrade mystery walking tour: https://belgradefreetour.com/other-tours/mysterious-belgrade-walking-tour/
- Bike tours: https://ibikebelgrade.com
- Street art tours: http://streetuptours.com
Finally, you can consider relaxing in Belgrade’s Botanical garden.
We wish you a lot of fun!