Looking for swimming pools in Belgrade? Check out these places!

Swimming pools in Belgrade

Belgrade can get tropical temperatures (as well as the rest of Serbia) and while we’re proud of Danube and Sava, swimming pools in Belgrade are better options – if you want to cool down. Pools are one of the best options, and before going there you should know the price list.

Like in most cities around Serbia, there are dozen of public swimming pools in Belgrade. They are, as you can assume, unbelievably crowded. If you want to escape somewhere when the weekend comes, where is peaceful and quiet, you should definitely skip public swimming pools.

Well, if you don’t want to scratch your butt on the concrete and finally enjoy your penny a bit, then head to one of these private pools.

T6 Limited

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Working hours: From 8am to 8pm

Price, Mon-Fri: 1000 RSD – 9 EUR

Price, Sat-Sun: 1500 RSD – 12 EUR

This complex is based s bit outside Belgrade, in the neighborhood called Ovča. The price of the ticket includes a deck chair and a parasol. T6 limited is the perfect haven from the heat and crowds. In addition to professional service, T6 limited offers a modern and warm ambiance, with a garden and pool view, a restaurant that has a great offer for every occasion, as well as a bar where you can come for a glass of wine or a cocktail.


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Working hours: From 9:30am to 3am

Price, Mon-Fri: 1000 RSD – 9 EUR

Price, Sat-Sun: 1200 RSD – 10 EUR

Hollywoodland is an aqua park located in the neighborhood of Ledine. In the open part of the complex, it has a large central pool, three slides, a children’s pool, and it provides you with free parking. Night swimming is possible every day from 9pm to 3am, and the price is identical to daily tickets. The price includes the use of all the contents of the aqua park (swimming pools, slides, jacuzzi tubs, fitness center, saunas, salt rooms).

S-Club Jakovo

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Working hours: From 10am to 7pm

Price, Mon-Fri: 600 RSD – 5 EUR

Price, Sat-Sun: 800 RSD – 6 EUR

S-Club in Jakovo has the largest pool in Serbia (70 by 30 meters), and within the aqua park, there are eight pools and 12 slides. It’s a big attraction for kids, but parents aren’t neglected either. They have a water jungle for children of all ages, a pool for the youngest with various attractions, a tropical pool with a water bar, and an island with a palm tree.

Kengur Resort

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Working hours: From 10am to 8pm

Price, Mon-Fri: 500 RSD – 4,5 EUR

Price, Sat-Sun: 600 RSD – 5 EUR

Another popular break from the hot summer days is the Kengur Resort, located in Altina. It has three outdoor pools – for adults, children, and babies. The pools have 12 bungalows, 10 small and 2 large, VIP lodge, two open bars, as well as part of the restaurant where you can see the pools. Night swimming is also organized on Fridays.

Flamingo Resort

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Working hours: From 10am to 8pm

Price, Mon-Sun: 800 RSD – 6 EUR

The Flamingo Resort complex has an outdoor pool measuring 20m x 40m, 170cm deep and a smaller pool for the youngest measuring 10m x 20m, 1m deep. Next to the pool, there is an open bar with a large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails. For lovers of delicious food, there is a diverse offer of dishes from their kitchen, where you can enjoy the open garden of the restaurant, which overlooks the pool with a total of three hundred seats.

Diamond Garden

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Working hours: From 10am to 7pm

Prices, Mon-Sun: 2000 RSD – 17 EUR

One of the most expensive swimming pools in Belgrade is Diamond Garden, which is located on Zrenjanin Road. For the price of the ticket, you get a deck chair, a towel, and an umbrella. They explain that their pools are, above all, luxurious, and they also have a small number of deck chairs. This means that there is no crowd and that no one is standing above your head while sunbathing. They also state that the water quality is impeccable.

If you’re okay with the crowd, you can always choose to go to one of the public pools, where prices range from 100 to 300 RSD. Bear in mind you should get there early in order to get a good spot – and a parking space!

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