Travel Blogs from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

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To the other side.... Hello Belgrade, Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

To the other side.... Hello Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure

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... going to be similar to Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. But I was completely wrong. The traffic getting into Belgrade was as pretty insane, and it's a really big city - 1.6million vs 350,000 in Sarajevo. I clearly didn't feel the need to ...

Elections and snakes in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Elections and snakes in Belgrade

A travel blog entry by ang79

The jury is out on Belgrade. These are my top four likes and dislikes of a town that I spent 48 hours in: Likes 1. It was election day and a way of celebrating is to make all the nightclubs free entry. 2. Culture culture culture - there was a ...

Still Belgrade., Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Still Belgrade.

A travel blog entry by dani.bora

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... the airport office which is cheaper....don't ask me exactly how it works, but that's Belgrade! Next destination is Berane in the northern part of Montenegro, where we'll start working on our story, meet local staff of CHF and see their first ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by paulhand33

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... Have to say  was a little disconcerting coming off a train at 11 at night into a city with bombed out buildings and a strange alphabet. First impressions were so so wrong though. People were so open and friendly - nightlife, generally spent poppin ...

Meeting Marko, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Meeting Marko

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn

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... off-guard and made us feel uncomfortable initially. We were so grateful to Marko for spending time with us and showing us around Serbia and to have him tell us we didn't need money as long as we were with him felt like too much. Dinner was fantastic and ...

Whatever, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Whatever

A travel blog entry by vjm

... guard kept my passport for about 20 minutes, which always worries me, but everything seemed to be ok. Spent my first afternoon in Belgrade sitting in the hostel in an attempt to hide from the cold outside, was able to load more music on my MP3, so am ...

Tri ure hrvaščine in nekaj srbš&, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Tri ure hrvaščine in nekaj srbš&

A travel blog entry by blunabarb

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Spakiram že prejšnji dan in danes zgodaj zjutraj, ter oddidem v službo. Delovni dan naj bi bil malo krajši, vendar Miha ne utegne pravočasno vse dokončno spakirat. S kamperjem me pobere v službi in potovanje se ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by camella

belgrade ...

The Club in Belgrade's Palace Albanija, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The Club in Belgrade's Palace Albanija

A travel blog entry by gogan

The Union of Yugoslav Journalists (SNJ) was located in a high rise called Palata Albanija, right in the heart of Belgrade, maybe 100 or so meters away from Grand hotel Moscow. The Union had a club, actually, it was the Club of the Foreign Press ...

A day in Belgrade....., Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A day in Belgrade.....

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman

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... a couple of gift shops, and then returned to our room to catch up on blogging, and investigate bus services and hotels for tomorrow.  We've decided to head up to Navi Sad, and see what that's all about. Sooooo, til then,.....goodnight from Belgrade. ...

J#19 Novi Sad to Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

J#19 Novi Sad to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem

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Finding myself back in Belgrade after 38 hours sitting upright and it's also two and half years since I was last here. Not a pretty city but certainly a lot of energy to it. I planned to spend the day chilling out in the sun as I was sick of being sat ...

Belgrade Beach, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade Beach

A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem

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... of two aint bad. It's a beautiful day in a landlocked city so a river beach is the perfect antidote to the heat, congestion and concrete monotony of the Serbian capital. Luckily the water's not connected to the river and is more of a lake, which is the ...

A train journey to Budapest, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A train journey to Budapest

A travel blog entry by rachbritton

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... . Also I really wanted to stand in the fields, but oh well. It was pretty awesome. We made two border stops. One leaving Serbia and one entering Hungary. There was at least a hours time difference I reckon. Border control came on board and checked all of ...

Belgrade- it's no war zone, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade- it's no war zone

A travel blog entry by vanessab

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... a man came over and offered me hostel accomodation. From what I could gather in my guide book, cheap accomodation is a new thing in Belgrade, and there are only the two hostels in town. Both of them over the casino across from the train station. Since it ...

An Adventurous Evening, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

An Adventurous Evening

A travel blog entry by norcalapa

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... is as good as our Serbian.  We chatted up two locals enjoying a leisurely evening stroll past creepy industrial buildings and construction sites.  The first informed us that BIGZ moved to the city center, and the second told us about Iguana, a ...

Jul 23, 2007, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Jul 23, 2007

A travel blog entry by leoniegraham

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Oct 29, 2009, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Oct 29, 2009

A travel blog entry by nayda_dew

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Belgrade_3, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade_3

A travel blog entry by ashortle

Serbia, ...

Tour 2 of Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Tour 2 of Beograd

A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon

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... up some fresh kajmak (like butter, but better). We ate as much as we could, in addition to a locally smoked prosciutto and Serbian cheese (similar to Italian young mozzarella), which wasn't an insignificant amount, and were left feeling both satisfied and ...

Planning the trip, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Planning the trip

A travel blog entry by jyri

This trip will take us from Belgrade to Ohrid via Skopje. After four nights and a few daytrips there, then on we go to Tirana for a night. Then a tour to Kruja and spend three next nights near Vlora at Razhime. Should be again a good spot for 1-2 trips ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by ashortle

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... experienced a hospitality absent in the other great cities of Europe, a welcome that draws you in and refuses to let go. I spent my first night in Belgrade in a terribly dodgy motel after failing to locate a hostel or other student-oriented ...

Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia

A travel blog entry by peta-jake

... disgusting to watch. In general it was pretty depressing and scary that it happened so recently. In the evening we reached Belgrade in Serbia. It was kind of hard to feel positive about Serbia after coming from Bosnia and seeing what they had done twenty ...

skibus za jedan dan, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

skibus za jedan dan

A travel blog entry by hawkeyepg

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Slavljenje rodjendana je prava gnjavaza. Pogotovo kad predjes tridesetu. Medjutim, ako iznajmis autobus, pozoves svoje drugare (koji su akcijasi, skijasi ili borderi) i odete na jedan dan na rodjendansko skijanje, onda je slavljenje rodjendana prava ...

Kalemegdan, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kalemegdan

A travel blog entry by viky1234789

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Kalemegdan is a fortress (big wall) built in Belgrade, Serbia to protect Belgrade from enemies. Today we visited the Kalemegdan fortress, it's beautiful!. The garden at the front is amazing with flowers and bees flying around is just beautiful. You can ...

Belgrade, Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by karinakr

... so he became all defensive and told us how much he hated the Americans. Then as we drove through the Belgrade streets he ointed out a hotel and a Chinese Embassy that were both bombed by the Americans. He says "this building, 2 bomb, GONE!" Finally we ...

Remember the Bombings, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Remember the Bombings

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

... when you see the consequences of a bombing right in front of you versus seeing it in the evening news... Other than that, Belgrade is just your standard European city, with it's fancy baroque style in the commercial center, and the biggest multi-level ...

To Belgrade, recover, decisions........, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

To Belgrade, recover, decisions........

A travel blog entry by travellerbruce

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... was still in serious recovery mode from the previous day, but walked around a bit (it was cooler outside the hotel room) and discovered that Belgrade is all rather boring. Lonely Planet tries, but fails, to enthuse. In the main the architecture is grey, ...

How do you like free apples?, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

How do you like free apples?

A travel blog entry by bobofgold

... pretty much straight to bed having had a looooooooooooooooooooooong train journey. We were up and about the next morning and set off for a walk around Belgrade. Not at all what we expected!  What an absolutely fantastic city and the people were very ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by bsmida

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On my way to Greece, i stopped off for a day in Belgrade unintentionally because i missed my connecting train to greece. However, it was great because not only was it a cool city to see, but i was able to go visit the campsite where we stayed in 1985 ...

Cold and rainy day in Sarajevo, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Cold and rainy day in Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by ericjon97

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... so it made for a pretty slow drive.  There were a couple of nice Spanish guys on the bus who are living in Belgrade, so we exchanged numbers and might meet up for a drink tomorrow.  That would be cool, but first and foremost, I just want to see ...

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