Travel Blogs from Nis, Serbia and Montenegro

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dark rails into serbia, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

dark rails into serbia

A travel blog entry by o_thou_bandit


... train ride into the town of Kolasin, where I would rest briefly before taking the overnight train to Nis (a connection point in Serbia, pronounced "Neesh", which has services onwards to Bulgaria). Kolasin was the base for Beth's volunteer workcamp, ...

Just a different weekend, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Just a different weekend

A travel blog entry by mike.tsol

... work a bit earlier than we should, me, the friend mentioned above and an other one that wanted to visit Serbia forever. Got into the car in Athens and started heading to Thessaloniki and from there on to the borders with FYROM. While on the road we talked ...

Nish to be here, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nish to be here

A travel blog entry by mothman

... we were going to be in Pristina or on an overnight train - nut reports of Kosovo stamps meaning refusal at Serbia border, plus stories of massive delays and uncomfortable journeys on the train, we opted to go from Ohrid to Nis - and we were glad we did! ...

Nis (prononcer Niche), Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nis (prononcer Niche)

A travel blog entry by ouratour


... dire qu'on est au rendez vous. Quelques discussions et conseils de back paper nous fon attendre le bus...qui finalement déboule dans Nis et s'arrete comme convenu.  C'est parti pour 9h de bus (départ a 21h), passeports en poche pour traverser 2 ...

Nis,Serbia, Nis, Serbia travel blog


A travel blog entry by branefatboy


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Archaeological Hall, Serbian Orthodox Church, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Archaeological Hall, Serbian Orthodox Church

A travel blog entry by londone7


... It was a small building and had exhibits in the hall. There were the usual Roman busts, some jewellery, coins, pottery, and bronze age implements. Finally I wanted to visit the Orthodox Cathedral. It was a few streets over from the end of the ...

.:balkans:., Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog


A travel blog entry by imohag

just a stop during a journey between sofia and skopje. tried to find the skull tower that lonely planet was talking about, but later we discovered it was around 5km out from the centre and so we didn't have time to see ...

The Day I Ran Off A Cliff, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Day I Ran Off A Cliff

A travel blog entry by joshua.forrest


After the gang separated. Jake, Rosalyn and Brian took the bus down through Montenegro on their way to Dubrovnik. While playing chess on the porch Sam and I decided we needed to come up with our next step. While discussing possible options. The man ...

Nis, Nis, Serbia travel blog


A travel blog entry by vent-dest


... les douaniers sont allés chercher ŕ la Rochelle ! (pas le jour męme bien sűr, quoique ça expliquerait l’attente !) Nis, grande ville, grandes artčres, peu d’indications pour trouver la forteresse, et nous voilŕ garés en plein ...

Skull Tower, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Skull Tower

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


... or from the removal of skulls for burial by relatives of killed rebels. In 1892, with donations gathered from all over Serbia, a chapel designed by the Belgrade architect Dimitrije T. Leko was built to enclose what was left of the tower. Today, only 58 ...

Constantine's palace at Mediana, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Constantine's palace at Mediana

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


One of the most historically influential Roman emperors (see my blog intro!), Constantine the Great was from Nis. The site at Mediana is a short city bus ride from the Skull Tower, where they have found the remains of a palace built here in the 4th ...

Nis, köztes megálló hazafelé., Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nis, köztes megálló hazafelé.

A travel blog entry by zeboly


Köztes megállónk hazafelé Nis. Ápolt, meglepően szép kisváros, segítőkész, barátságos ...

Nis: Surreal stories in Serbia, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Nis: Surreal stories in Serbia

A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle


... each or $0.90/pack and they were some Phillip Morris-kind of poison, not some homemade Serb stick. Our bus from Nis, Serbia to Podgorica, Montenegro would take around 16 hours. We had gotten a feel for the Bulgarians in Sofia - cold exterior but would ...

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