Claimed by travel guides, Street of Laza Telecki has recently become a symbol of the city for many tourists. It is named after the famous theater actor and director who was a member of the Serbian National Theatre.
Laza Telecki Street has become a brand of nightlife and dates which locals and moreover, many foreign tourists adore to “consume”. It is located in the old part of town and exudes a particularly warm atmosphere thanks to its architecture and intimacy of the facilities. This narrow street with a large number of bars, clubs, cafes and pubs that have sprung up next to one another, for a reason, got the nickname “Budva”. The street is the most visited at the time of the EXIT festival in early July. It is very popular among young people who want to spend a good time having fun and that is the reason the street was included in the tourist offer of Novi Sad and brochures. Some of the establishments in the street are: “Club London”, “Cuba Libre House”, “Lazin salaš”, “Lazino tele”, “Atrium”, “Cactus”, “Two Angels” and others.