Travel Blogs from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

Sort by Newest Best first

White City- Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

White City- Belgrade

A travel blog entry by i_dont_pay

... need to finish even if light is chenged to red again - like critical mass in Londnon) makeing loads of noise and drawing atention in key places of Belgrade. After 2h of melting in sun, cosuing gigant trafic jam we decide to quit convoy and go sweam. what ...

National park Kruger, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

National park Kruger

A travel blog entry by nationalparks

Natonal park Kruger is one of the most biggest park in Africa, it is perfect for visiting in winter days which are dry and with temperature around 25c. Kruger is located ner the border with Mozambique. In the park there are a lot of mammals, especially ...

provando nuove acque, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

provando nuove acque

A travel blog entry by patriziop

2

Appena tornato in ostello, ritrovo subito i miei compagni di stanza, che hanno socializzato con un altro tale di nome Sean, che stanno bevendo birre. Per non sentirmi da meno, mi diletto con loro in una sessione di birre Jelen. Fin'ora mi sono sempre ...

still going east, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

still going east

A travel blog entry by suzymartin

6
10

so... we're moving east (and south) and the beer is getting cheaper. and the pastries too-particularly since entering Serbia, they know how to make a good moist bakery here. We recently enjoyed a donut the size of a dinnerplate for around 30p, with a good ...

A quick look at Belgrade (Serbia), Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

A quick look at Belgrade (Serbia)

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

28

... back to our room for a good night’s sleep. Monday 2nd July          Belgrade (Serbia) – Trogir (Croatia) Up before 8am, walking the main streets for about 3kms, and ending up at the Cathedral of ...

"Is it too early for rakija?"

A travel blog entry by patrick_viajero

... three shots and a nearly full bottle of rakija left by other guests...it was an unintended way to spend the last hours in Belgrade; I thought that this might be the one day I'd be sober ;) Earlier, it had been a very lazy day wandering the streets of ...

Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Beograd

A travel blog entry by papamanaco

... inglés. Desde allí nos guiamos hacia la que iba a ser nuestra casa durante los próximos cinco días. En la capital serbia callejeamos y callejeamos sin parar por las mañanas y tardes. Por las noches disfrutamos de la música y los cócteles de ...

en route to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

en route to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by bluetop

1

... at the outdoor tables, had the weather been fine, nevertheless, we went inside and had a lovely strawberry mille fueille and coffee amidst the trendy Belgrade set. The one thing that spoiled it, was that in these parts of the  world, smoking is ...

115 wars -no wonder they have a fortress, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

115 wars -no wonder they have a fortress

A travel blog entry by bluetop

7

... many times throughout history, most recently since being damaged by the NATO bombings of 1999. Given that Belgrade has been fought over in a staggering 115 wars, and has been razed to the ground 44 times over the centuries, conquered by Romans, Ottomans, ...

Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade Fortress

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

107

Belgrade (Beograd) is built around the gigantic Belgrade Fortress (Kalemegdan Citadel) at atop the cliff-like ridge downtown, between the Danube and Sava rivers. The city-fortress has been at the border between empires since forever, built, rebuilt, ...

Tour 3 of Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Tour 3 of Beograd

A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon

4

Today we decided to visit Belgrade's swimming hole, otherwise known as the Ada. This water body, part of the Sava river, has been modified into a beach hotspot and can have up to 100 000 visitors a day (maybe fewer, not totally sure of the numbers, but ...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY NINA!, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

HAPPY BIRTHDAY NINA!

A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon

1
1

Lots of birthday wishes from everyone in Beograd, including a toast to you with home made rakija! May it be a fantastic ...

hi, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

hi

A travel blog entry by kiki667

bla ...

Jul 31, 2009, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Jul 31, 2009

A travel blog entry by steveweatherby

17

To Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

To Serbia

A travel blog entry by nomad_chad

3

I took a long train ride from Budapest to Belgrade, Serbia.  My entry into Serbia was my first look at part of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - a Yugoslav region that existed from the end of World War II through 1992 ...

"Primitive American Tourists!"...not so nice

A travel blog entry by dho08

33

Belgrade ...

Good mates old and new., Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Good mates old and new.

A travel blog entry by camel1

... and talk. At breakfast Robert told me that overnight, he communicated with one of the Slovenian strommers that was at the Montenegro meeting, and that one of the Igors (Igor is like the name Mohamed in Egypt), and that he has a contact in Belgrade who ...

Balkans, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Balkans

A travel blog entry by mglanfield

  ...

Between Batajnica and Surcin, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Between Batajnica and Surcin

A travel blog entry by gogan

At the time one could alight by plane from Belgrade using one of its two airports available. The international civil aviation airport at Surcin and the military, used often for departure and arrival of Yugoslav or foreign top officials, in nearby ...

Just another country, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Just another country

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

My flight from Montenegro went via Belgrade where I spent a couple of hours in the international airport. It was a whole different currency and I didn't have wifi so I had no idea how much I paid for a salad sandwich, the most disgusting espresso coffee ...

Exploring Serbia's Capital, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Exploring Serbia's Capital

A travel blog entry by jeffwright

41

... Control made us unzip our bags and open the largest compartment of our largest bag. They also asked us what we were doing in Serbia, and told us that we must register at the police station within 12 hours of entering the country. I don't think that any ...

The city of pop corn!!, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

The city of pop corn!!

A travel blog entry by perl

12

What I love when traveling the Balkans is the feel of "old times" you can't miss. I mean here you have countries that have seen wars till quite recently, it's a wonder to see anything standing at all! I met people on this trip that have seen warfare in ...

Party city, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Party city

A travel blog entry by ievka

3

... similar..because it was so hot and we were tired from yesterday we decided to go to cinema and skip the tour of other parts of Belgrade! It was super fun time and we will hopefully come back to enjoy it fully! We took a night train to Budapest from ...

belgrade - serbia!, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

belgrade - serbia!

A travel blog entry by simonandtally

30

... on and see some other countries before the summers over. We left pula in Croatia on an overnight bus to the Serbia capital Belgrade. It was a ten hour bus journey which would have been very peaceful apart from the border crossing, everyone on the bus ...

too close for comfort, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

too close for comfort

A travel blog entry by tomholmes

4

... , mornings didn't happen and afternoons consisted of naps in preparation for the evening!) we headed out of the hostel and experienced the Belgrade night life, apparently the best in the Balkans according to locals. a really good night that would have ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by callumt

Got to Belgrade early after traveling the previous day and night, i actually found the hostel fairly quickly instead of going half way across town in the wrong direction. The hostel was nice and staff were really helpful if a little crazy. Got settled in ...

Prices, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Prices

A travel blog entry by yeltzin

Flights: Air Berlin, Helsinki-Dusseldorf-Helsinki, 58€ Germanwings, Cologne-Belgrad-Cologne, 74€ Train, Dusseldorf-Cologne-Dusseldorf, around 25€ Beer 0,5l, 0,80-1,80€ L&M cigarettes, 1,20€ Taxi 3km, 3€ ...

Don't listen to mum and dad, Belgrade is awesome, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Don't listen to mum and dad, Belgrade is awesome

A travel blog entry by matt_l

2

Despite my parents disliking Belgrade, and visiting on the basis that it's where my Oma (grandmother) is from, I actually wasn't considering going until a day into Budapest. Many travelers I met loved it, and a 15€ train ride sealed the deal. After ...

By the Beautiful Blue Danube (Jason Smart), Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

By the Beautiful Blue Danube (Jason Smart)

A travel blog entry by norcalapa

1

There's a great view from Gardos Hill in Belgrade's Zemun municipality, which lies across the Sava River from Belgrade's Old Town. The historic core of Zemun has many pedestrian-friendly streets, some of which are car-free. Most of the buildings are only ...

Jul 04, 2007, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Jul 04, 2007

A travel blog entry by earthgroove

1

Sort by Newest Best first