Taste the Zemun`s tradition and love for the Danube in one place.
Club restaurant Radecki is situated at the end of the Zemun`s coast where the promenade ends and where heaven for lovers of the river and good bites begins. During your stay, you will have that feeling that you are in some small fishing village. Woods from the one side, Danube view on the other side will make you feel like you have escaped into the nature.
When you want to enjoy peace and fish specialties such as fish soup, Mediterranean sand smelt or zander and fillets of fish, Radecki is the best choice for you. Get some rest for your soul with a view of the Danube and happy fishermen around you while relaxing. Many club`s guests of all generations will confirm that story. It is good to know that there are still those kind of popular places which didn`t fall under impression of modernization and that gives us hope that people are still able to recognize quality.
Tradition is something we are striving for and trying to maintain.
The style and interior of the Radecki`s restaurant has remained truthful to the nature and Danube river. With impressive view of the Danube, club Radecki is the perfect place to escape from Belgrade’s noise in the hot summer days, and a place of cozy and warm atmosphere in the colder autumn and winter days.
Through history, the Danube was known as a river which separates empires and today represents the “bridge“ which connects nations. The Danube is the second longest river in Europe and it flows through four big cities that begin with letter B – Wien (Beč in Serbian), Belgrade, Budapest and Bratislava, providing one of the most beautiful views to our visitors – The Danube!
If you have visited club Radecki, then you had the opportunity to see the famous stairs dating back to Roman times. Steps lead you to the most famous symbol of Zemun, Gardos tower, which is 36m high. It was built by the Hungarian government of that time. Throughout history it was a symbol of power, a watch tower, viewpoint and today this historical landmark is often place for many cultural and artistic events.
FOREST HOUSE “RADECKI”