vintage shops belgrade

In this article, we have selected several interesting and a bit peculiar shops that offer various items from vintage and second-hand clothes, glasses to ceramics, and tea.


optika stanisavljev
Stanisavljev 1985

Stanisavljev optika is one of the oldest family-owned optometrist shops in Belgrade, which is established back in 1985. It is located in Vuka Kradzica St., next to the Moritz Ise artisan ice cream parlour. You will recognize Stanisavljev optika by its retro appearance.

Stanisavljev optika offers a wide selection of vintage glasses and sunglasses and a small selection of old books. Here you can find some old models of glasses, so-called rarities, the kinds Tito and Le Corbusier have worn. The prices range from 50e to 250e.

Do not forget that this shop has limited working hours. It closes at around 3 pm.


Salon de the


A Salon de the is a tiny shop and a teahouse specialized in tea and tea equipment. The salon is located in Vracar, near the temple of Sveti Sava.

Here you can choose among 80 types of tea and taste some delicious raw cakes and enjoy the unique vibe of this historical neighborhood.


smizla second hand and vintage store Belgrade
Smizla vintage and second-hand store


Smizla is a popular second-hand and vintage shop. It is located on the first floor of the residential building in the Upper Dorol.

In Smizla one can find vintage dresses, sunglasses and glasses, Levis 501 and other models of jeans, shirts, and other vintage items. The prices range from 10e to 60e.


Gallery 1250


Gallery 1250 is a tiny and the most creative shop that sells ceramic items. All products are designed by local artists and hand-made in Serbia.

Products range from teapots to mugs, jewelry, coffee cups, plates, bottles. The prices start from several euros.




Tricikl is a small gift and souvenir shop. It’s located in the Francuska St., next to the popular Asian fast food Wok republic.

This cute-looking shop sells local souvenirs and different products made by Serbian designers. A visitor can find arts and crafts, such as lamps and illustrations, as well as sunglasses, socks, Polaroid cameras, different books and guides through Belgrade such as Belgrade Street Art or Snippets of Serbia.