Travel Blogs from Nis, Serbia

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Arriving in the dark, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Arriving in the dark

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... head torches on. So, looking pretty bats we arrived at the hostel, me covered in mud and both of us exhausted. Vladimir who runs Hostel Nis was very kind to us, and helped us carry the bags etc up. A shower revived us and a Canadian called Ron who, after ...

Blissful day off!, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Blissful day off!

A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey

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... wandered into town in serious sunshine. For once people weren't looking at me like I was crazy wearing flip-flops. Really like Nis, a town with everything you need and lots to do but easy to walk around and happy friendly people. The river looked ...

The Long Train to Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

The Long Train to Nis

A travel blog entry by ssfahring

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... . I don't know, maybe that is true. Never did we get that feeling. Strangely we were asked our nationalities much less often in Serbia than other places.  Perhaps it was an 'I don't want to know' situation. I don't know, but Serbia is still a ...

Scary..., Nis, Serbia travel blog

Scary...

A travel blog entry by shiiuga

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... not like British sausages! The train ride to Belgrade was mercifully warm and event free, and the scenery between Nis and Belgrade is beautiful.  Serbia really has a stunning landscape and the 4 hour ride went by pretty quickly in the end, even if ...

Shame about the weather., Nis, Serbia travel blog

Shame about the weather.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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Wanted to see somewhere else in Serbia before crossing into Kosovo and various reviews said Nis was nice so thought i'd give it the benefit of the doubt. Well maybe on a sunny day it's nice but from when I arrived at 3pm until I went to bed it ...

Costantino's polis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Costantino's polis

A travel blog entry by sirfermor

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... legge che stabilė la supremazia del cristianesimo qui assume anche un significato politico nazionalistico.  A proposito di nazionalismo,  Nis fu uno dei maggiori centri della resistenza ai turchi, al punto che durante una battaglia in cui la ...

Pirot to Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Pirot to Nis

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Pirot to Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Pirot to Nis

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Nis

A travel blog entry by hippler

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... /hippldc/videos My full photo albums are at https://picasaweb.google.com/116164218068283848424 January 3, 2015 Nis (pronounced Neesh) is maybe the 3rd largest city in Serbia now. It's the home of Constantine the Great, the first Christian Emperor.  ...

La coerenza č per gli idioti, Nis, Serbia travel blog

La coerenza č per gli idioti

A travel blog entry by sirfermor

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... ' tempo.  Superato il senso di colpa il viaggio procede bene. Subito a sud di Belgrado si estende l'area pių rurale della Serbia, e dal finestrino vedo scorrere frutteti, vigne e campi coltivati dai contadini con utensili manuali. A un certo punto, in ...

Finding my Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Finding my Nis

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... I tuck I to a plate of dry chunks of pork wrapped in hard bacon and a lettuce and cabbage salad and call it a day. Nis is Serbia's third largest city and has been home to Iron Age Thracians, the Celts (no doubt on holiday) and of course the peripatetic ...

Breaking up the journey, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Breaking up the journey

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... UN mission in Kosovo) controlled, I didnt receive a Serbian entry stamp in my passport. Not a problem when travelling into Serbia from Kosovo, it would have meant trouble when then attempting to leave Serbia. After having checked with the UK ...

And back in Serbia, Nic, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

And back in Serbia

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

So back to Serbia... to try and go through Bulgaria as they don't require visa's from us.. three hours later we get the train... by this time we should be in ...

Bye :(, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bye :(

A travel blog entry by aspenchi

... in getting one of the fists. When we returned Hannah had disappeared. She made friends with a guy who spoke French, but was from Serbia. He was very friendly. He bought us four rounds of beer, but Rachid and I found him a bit untrustworthy. In the end he ...

Serbia - Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Serbia - Nis

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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September 3, 2013 It took us approx. 12 hours to get from Kotor (Montenegro) to Nis (Serbia). We arrived at 7.00 at the bus station of the city of Nis where we were supposed to spend only one night. We immediately asked at the information desk if there ...

Bus change, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bus change

A travel blog entry by radsolv

Arrive in Nis, very hot. Trz to decide where to next. See bus leaving in few minutes for Belgrad, decide to take it. Express bus, nearlz non stop, there in 3 hours. arrive about 5 PM. Take late 21:00 train to Budabest. Four of us in 6 compartment ...

SERBIAN CYCLING, SERBIA-Montenegro CYCLE STORIES, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

SERBIAN CYCLING

A travel blog entry by onsixwheels

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... Gora (Montenegro)... our route was north east to south east through vojvodina and around beograd into the homolske mountains. serbia, a war torn country, doesn't show the aftereffects of war in really obvious ways. the layers are thick. people do ...

The Knights (or Serbs) that say Nis!, Nis, Serbia travel blog

The Knights (or Serbs) that say Nis!

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark

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... . It's an eerie sight, these skulls of dead rebels dying for their cause, but fascinating to see. I got the sense throughout Serbia how proud they are to be a free people after centuries of being ruled, and this made me understand better the seemingly ...

Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Nis

A travel blog entry by ced

Tuesday 21 ...

Nis, Serbia, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nis, Serbia

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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Nice little town with a crazy skull tower and a fortress and a concentration camp.  Everyone has something to say about me going to ...

Arrival Nis, Visit to Fortress, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Arrival Nis, Visit to Fortress

A travel blog entry by londone7

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Today I am heading to the southern city of Nis. While Novi Sad was Serbia's second city north of Belgrade, Nis is Serbia's third city just over 2 hours drive to the south. Nis (pronounced 'neesh')has a long history and has existed from Roman times. If ...

Friendly people, nice hotel, a few sights & cheap!, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Friendly people, nice hotel, a few sights & cheap!

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nis

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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... portion. And cheap! Pedestrian streets in the center and a historically important fortress adjacent just across the river, where one of Serbia's heroes sacrificed himself and 4000 of his men to kill 10000 Turks during the Battle of Cegar. See the Skull ...

Lapovo - Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Lapovo - Nis

A travel blog entry by achim

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20.05.2011 31. Etappe Start: Lapovo Raststaette Startzeit:  6:15 Uhr km: 133 Gesamt km: 2386 Ziel: Nis Hostel The Garden Ich bin auf dem Weg nach Nis, dem Tor zum Orient. Kennt jemand die flirrende Hitze an der Adria? Ich habe heute einen Durchsatz ...

Oct 06, 2010, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Oct 06, 2010

A travel blog entry by toplica

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The Balkan Countries, Nis, Serbia travel blog

The Balkan Countries

A travel blog entry by jabuofr

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... to stay the night but after first sight I thought it would be best to just keep traveling.  I got an 11 hour bus ride to NIS, Serbia.  I felt like I was back in Ecuador.  First off I could not fit in my seat so I had to turn and face the ...

Logor Concentration Camp, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Logor Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by londone7

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From Skull Tower next I could take the line 3 bus which would pass back thru downtown, north past the river and fortress, past the bus station, to the Logor Concentration Camp I’d always avoided concentration camps before. Its one thing to ...

Falling in love with Montinegro, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Falling in love with Montinegro

A travel blog entry by marmite_boy

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... I pedalled towards the border I though to myself "I think I have a new favourite country from this trip" A slightly tipsy welcome to Serbia The first thing which struck me about Serbia is how dirty it is. There is rubbish everywhere, it is common to get ...

Last stop in Serbia, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Last stop in Serbia

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie

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... Delicious, and the first of many as we get nearer to Greece. The basketball world champs were on and I was vaguely wondering when Serbia's next game was going to be when we heard masses of cars drive past tooting and yelling, which we realised meant we ...

Constantine's Birthplace, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Constantine's Birthplace

A travel blog entry by nattai

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... of town, which i havent had a chance to look at yet, but will do so tomorrow morning before catching the train to Sofia. Nis gets the award of least tourist friendly so far. There are no maps, no information booth (only one in the city nowhere near ...

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