Villa Belvedere

Address: Dr Nedeljka Ercegovca 39, Zemun, Zemun, Belgrade, 11080, Serbia | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on Dr Nedeljka Ercegovca 39, Zemun, Zemun, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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    Travel Blogs from Zemun

    Zemun and Belgrade....Two Forts on the Danube

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 09, 2015

    40 photos

    ... industrial centre for the area, did not assimilate without a struggle.
    The Fortress of Belgrade shares a similar history, although the city of Belgrade was occupied and emptied of Serbians by the Turkish Ottoman empire from when it was conquered in 1521 until the year 1867 when the Turks withdrew from Belgrade and Serbia. However for 2000 years or more the fortress was subject to continuous sieges, battles, and conquests, and developed a series ...

    Not Everyone Should Have Rhinoplasty Surgery

    A travel blog entry by rose8chave289 on May 19, 15

    ... horror stories. A lot of the physicians who do this are just doing it for the money and do not really care if the patients are happy or not. Rather than helping patients decide if a rhinoplasty is good for them, the surgeons pressure their patients to do it so they can take their money. There are numerous horror stories involving people and their rhinoplastys.



    As compared to many ...

    Touring Belgrade

    A travel blog entry by kristine258 on Oct 07, 2014

    17 photos

    ... we strolled the streets and found a lovely restaurant named "Madera" in the park. The patrons wore suits and we strolled in with our backpacks. The handsome waiter named Marco put napkins rolled on a tray on the table, like in first class, to wash before lunch. Deb hands me her hand sanitizer. I shrugged questioningly, but figured you could never be too clean. Then I unrolled the napkin and Deb cracked up laughing. She thought that was cheese and she was getting ready ...

    A bit of a ruckus

    A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... as the original theatre. We decided to head back to the hostel but stop for an ice cream at the highly recommended Ice cream parlour. We must have wondered for nearly an hour, walking up one street and down the next and still hadn't managed to find the place! Eventually we gave up and stopped at another café.

    That evening, back at the hostel, we were patiently waiting for 8oclock. The hostel had invited us for free pancakes then, and being on a budget, this would ...

    Belgrade and Novi Sad

    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Jul 23, 2014

    6 comments, 64 photos

    I really new nothing about Serbia before I arrived beyond, a passing knowledge of the soviet dictator Tito, blurry images of NATO bombing and ethnic genocide, so not much of a positive introduction. However, I really enjoyed my time in Belgrade and novi sad and would love to come back and spend a bit more time here in the future exploring further afield. It is said that Belgrade is the most western city that looks east, while novi sad is the most eastern city that looks west. It really is ...