Travel Blogs from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

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Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia

A travel blog entry by borowicki

... well. Still a little behind in these logs, but we'll tell you about little old Serbýa, well Belgrade really. Arrived by train from, Zagreb, a lazy six hours, and no real hassles. Walked out of main station gates, and thought what the heck, sewage, there ...

Day 4: Budapest to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Day 4: Budapest to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by akadhikari

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... years: Yugoslavia is divided into more than 7 countries and autonomous states, after multiple wars within. Belgrade is now the capital of Serbia. The racial tension still flares up in some areas.In Belgrade we pass a building that was bombed by ...

Quick update from Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Quick update from Belgrade

A travel blog entry by shiiuga

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... day hanging out with the staff, a couple of whom I get on with really well. Today I finally managed to get out and see some of Belgrade.  I walked up to Kalemegdan Fortress, which is about a mile away (in a straight line) from the hostel, but turned ...

Melting in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Melting in Belgrade

A travel blog entry by sianeth

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A few pictures from some time out when out on a work trip in Belgrade. We just had an afternoon to wander and so went up to the cathedral and the old castle and gardens complex. It seriously could have been the hottest place I've ever been in the world ...

Belgrade for a day, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade for a day

A travel blog entry by waynedale

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... asleep, it's annoying to be asked questions like "where are you going?". "The same direction as the train". Belgrade is definitely a "one day city" and once you've seen the world's largest Orthodox church, the main shopping area and the old fortress, ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tompsblogs

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... 's weekday like any other. And therein lay the frustration of my visit. Such vibrancy had hinted at the party atmosphere and nightlife scene for which Belgrade has become famous, but in my solitude I had failed to embrace it, and it too had failed to ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

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... to "watch your bags". In fact, it is probably better to avoid the city at all costs. When we finally arrived in Belgrade the warm and kind welcome that we received from Marko's grandparents made all of the troubles of the past week fade into nothing. ...

Wanted: Belgrade?, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Wanted: Belgrade?

A travel blog entry by stevecori

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... post-Stalin Soviet concrete aesthetic. My ideal night out would be in a casino, bar or sex shop, and I can get very wild and naughty. Interested? Do you think we have a chance? If so, respond to my ad by calling my toll free number at ...

Enfin le retour du soleil et des chaleurs, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Enfin le retour du soleil et des chaleurs

A travel blog entry by billboquet

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... oú trouver un hotel s'avera plus compliqué que nous le pensions !! Apres trois heures et 100 km de recherche infructueuse dans Belgrade, nous avons rebroussé chemin pour sa banlieue pour trouver un petit Motel. Il faut dire qu'arriver a 19h passé dans ...

The Slow Train to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Slow Train to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by victoriaboynton

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... (see pics) but somehow are still standing. Carl also treated himself to a "Severe Serbian Haircut" which included a wedge! After the 2 really good days we decided it was time to move on and boarded the overnight train from Belgrade to Bar in ...

Belgrade, Venice and Verona, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade, Venice and Verona

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

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... that we spent a lot of quality time hanging out with the family. On Saturday, February 21 we said our goodbyes to Belgrade and caught a night train heading into Venice for Carnival. This wasn't just any train, it was probably the dirtiest, most broken ...

another day, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

another day

A travel blog entry by 57432

I flew from Novi Sad to Belgarde in less then 2 hours. i recomend you go on a expensive flight because the cheap ones are REALLY ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tarah51

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belgrade is hilarious. and beer fest continues to be brilliant. i rocked up at the festival last night, having been promised a serbian beatles cover band, only to be confronted with some sort of serbian death metal cover band. not quite the same. wandered ...

33 The Fear Factor, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

33 The Fear Factor

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... , but very tempted to plan my own route, like i did for France and Austria. Costs more in maps but more interesting!   Arriving in Belgrade was warmly welcomed by Miriana, a family friend. So will lodge with her for 2 or 3 night and recharge the ...

Serbia - Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Serbia - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... , it reminds us a little bit Peru.   Day 1: August 22, 2014 From Budapest we took a night train to Belgrade to try to save time and money for accommodation, but finally it wasn’t such a good idea because they never turned off the lights, plus ...

The Balkan Express Part 2, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Balkan Express Part 2

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... traditional Yugoslav pastry), was delicious. Unfortunately, Chad was soundly sleeping and missed out. 11:49 PM - Finally, we arrived in Belgrade and were excited to chase down one of its famous hamburgers. We got off the train with Elena and ...

Beautiful Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Beautiful Belgrade

A travel blog entry by dresdenfae

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... go. We didn't end up pulling in until almost 8 am. I just got more sleep. When I found my hostel, Belgrade Eye, they told me the price had gone up and I would just have to pay the difference. I argued a bit but wasn't getting anywhere. I had already ...

A little diversion, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A little diversion

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

... ), so decided to go via Serbia instead. Cutting a not very long, but slightly intoxicated story short, Ashley, Yuji and I decided to go along to Belgrade with him for a few days. Have to love being flexible with the travel plans :) After a nervous ...

32 If you go into the woods today...., Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

32 If you go into the woods today....

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... Best bit: rolling hills Worst: leaving Vukova before the final concert of that German orchestra Distance 84km So far Serbia wins on friendliness and draws equal number one for stupid drivers. As I left the haunting Vukovar I was chilled by the ...

34 to 36 Mr dark cloud follows me to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

34 to 36 Mr dark cloud follows me to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by springy100

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... first set in. I will update this page properly once I have finished my stay here. Highlights so far include: Ice cream on tap. Belgrade annual bike ride through the city . It was kind of fun, even when I picked up a few eccentrics on ...

Day 304 - Ballad of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Day 304 - Ballad of Belgrade

A travel blog entry by everett.butler

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Belgrade is a storied city - a living history of cultures long gone and forgotten. Layers of civilizations are stacked deeply in the corners and crevices of each worn brick building, each stone and each statue.  From the Turks to the Austrians, to ...

Wild child of the Balkans, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Wild child of the Balkans

A travel blog entry by xerius

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... in Serbia's capital and largest city. After the heavily Austro-Hungarian feel of Vojvodina and its cities of Subotica and Novi Sad, Belgrade is definite move closer to the Serbian soul. There are still some definite Central European influences here, with ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by heidiandrew

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After Albania we were pretty hard critics on poor old Belgrade. It was nice, but we missed the Albanians. Just a quick stop before heading to ...

Wimbledon Final, dispatch to Sarajevo. NOT., Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Wimbledon Final, dispatch to Sarajevo. NOT.

A travel blog entry by dhruvk

... stuff are nice, they need to make money, and get a hug from me. Julia and I were happy with the acquisitions, and were all set to say goodbye to Belgrade by nighttime. I went on to see the amazing final, hats off to A-Rod, but then Federer is the greatest ...

Night Train from Bucharest - Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Night Train from Bucharest - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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Days 4 and 5. Tennis, cricket, Charlie's Angels, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Days 4 and 5. Tennis, cricket, Charlie's Angels

A travel blog entry by dhruvk

... be a legendary night. Before the night though, I had some other plans. I had found the Belgrade Cricket Association (YES!), a club of cricket lovers from Serbia, who have pretty serious practices and some matches. I wanted in on the action, and I was ...

A bit of a ruckus, Belgrade & Novi Sad, Serbia travel blog

A bit of a ruckus

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway

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... Belgrade before we needed to head back to the train station to catch our overnight train to Budapest. I really loved our stay in Serbia and would definitely recommended it. Unfortunately I don't feel I can give Novi Sad a fair rating as it was tainted by ...

Day looking around Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Day looking around Belgrade

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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(Bel)Grade-A, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

(Bel)Grade-A

A travel blog entry by dhruvk

... North Belgrade is basically where the city was born and then spread out. So there we have the Belgrade Fortress, the military museum, Citadels, Clock Tower, and the rivers Danube and Sava beyond the fortress walls, so them invaders would have water to ...

Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Beograd

A travel blog entry by cjabroad

Here ...

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