Nov 22, 2019 - Nov 23, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Belgrade
The capital of Serbia, Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe and is located on the confluence of the River Danube and the River Sava.
Many visitors to the city indulge in the fun of Belgrade’s nightlife with the street of Skadarlija and the floating clubs (“splavs”) on the rivers partying until the early hours. Yet aside from the hedonistic side, Belgrade is also home to several monuments, major shopping malls and the resting place of former Yugoslav president Josip Tito in the Kuća Cveća, or “The house of flowers”.
The city’s Old Town and Republic Square are cool spots to hang out for an abundance of restaurants, shops and bars while still being within walking distance of the main sightseeing areas. Getting around Belgrade can be achieved through the city’s public transport network, which includes buses, trolleybuses and trams operated by the transit company GSP Beograd, as well as bus services operated by private companies. Alternatively, renting a car in Belgrade is an option.
With a wide selection of hotels and hostels available across Belgrade, coupled with easy accessibility to the city's public transport links, the 'White City' can be readily enjoyed no matter where you decide to stay.
Hotels in Belgrade
A five-star hotel that is a landmark in the city, the property occupies a popular location beside Belgrade’s city center Tasmajdan Park and close to attractions such as St Mark's Church, the Russian Orthodox Church and the Museum of Nikola Tesla. As well as a heated indoor swimming pool, well-equipped gym and onsite spa, the hotel also has a modern international restaurant.
Another city center hotel, the mid-range Mercure Belgrade Excelsior is within a short stroll of the city’s main squares and close to both Pionirski and Tasmajdan parks, the old bohemian quarter Skadarlija and a wide range of popular restaurants, clubs and bars.
As a less expensive alternative, the Hotel Vozarev can be found just 3 km from the city center but within 200m of bus and tram stops. The area is also home to the facilities at the spa and sporting facilities of the Vracar Sports Center as well as several traditional eateries serving Serbian specialities. The hotel also offers complimentary Wi-Fi throughout.
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Awesome city - culture history architecture museums restaurants - good bus and tram system - Nikola Tesla museum a must see - also St Sava church - largest Orthodox Church in the world - beautiful - visit Skadarlija for traditional restaurants great food and live music - £12- 20 per head - also visit Kalemegdan fortress on the banks of the Danube and Sava rivers there is a lovely restaurant on the terrace serving the best gibanica (cheese pie) Good shopping too and the airport named after Nikola Tesla is very efficient and easy to navigate - we will be back soon
I spent 3 days in Belgrade. That city has a lot to offer, make sure you spent here Friday or Saturday, as Belgrade has a lot of clubs and bars that you don't want to miss. The cheapest city out of my whole trip, great food, awesome people and I felt safe here at all times. I stayed in a hostel and couch-surfed as well.
well , it all start when we try to visit belgrade after exit in novi sad.We rent a car and find nice place in luxury suburbia of belgrade trought apartmanitaurus.com we had a great time,our parking was safe ,under surveliance and price for apartments was 30 eur for 4 persons,crasy cheap.
best city as ever,call it small amsterdam as well.travel trought bookingbelgrade.rs agency.we got for 40 eur flat in the center for 6 people.when i went out home,i went to bank to get money to buy property in Serbia,people and nature are awesome.