Travel Blogs from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

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Zemun, Belgrades old 'neighbour', Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Zemun, Belgrades old 'neighbour'

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom

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... , was contained within another country. Within the Austrian rule of the region, Zemun was a ruling city when they took Belgrade and integrated the two cities. It is an old city lined with narrow cobblestone streets and squares, with history ...

Happy Birthday Adam!!, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Happy Birthday Adam!!

A travel blog entry by adambrownell

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... ! Oops...so yes that meant the first couple of hours of my birthday were spent on a bus in Serbia - exciting huh? We arrived in Belgrade 'blind' and not knowing what to expect, the next morning we quickly were confronted with the reality that Belgrade is ...

DURING YOUR STAY IN THEIR CAPITAL, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

DURING YOUR STAY IN THEIR CAPITAL

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... making the country tennis-crazy. And, another Serbian thing I got to watch was a show of traditional dances and music, put on by University of Belgrade students. Each dance was danced by about fifteen boys and fifteen girls.  In the first ...

Leisure in Belgrade and a problem solved, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Leisure in Belgrade and a problem solved

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

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... which was used by the firm's employee's. The same clinic. They were very helpful and identified the names of the drugs available in serbia and wrote them down on a post-it note. He directed me to the nearest chemist who dispensed them over the counter. ...

A gentle day., Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

A gentle day.

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

... ; she said he was drunk. Not sure how you'd word such a conversation. They seem to take the approach that this is serbia and these things happen. I'm no longer keen on this hostel; there are others with different inhabitants. But I need them to look ...

Goodbye Sarajevo, Beograd, Serbia travel blog

Goodbye Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by kylendawson

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... Zone episode. We became friends and agreed to travel to Belgrade together. We'd leave Sarajevo on the night train at 10 pm and be in Belgrade by early morning. We packed our things, arrived at the bus station, and said our goodbyes to Vucko. Magda ...

AND SERBIAN GUYS WANT TO BE YOUR FRIENDS, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

AND SERBIAN GUYS WANT TO BE YOUR FRIENDS

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... Serbs.  But, Bill Clinton and NATO bombed Serbian bridges and airports for nearly three months straight. And now, Ana said, "Not even Montenegro likes us."  Montenegro, which had the same religion as the Serbs, recently declared independence ...

Blogging on the water..., Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Blogging on the water...

A travel blog entry by i_could_walk

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... Russian instead of English and regrets it. There's no money for travel and its a struggle. Serbian men are w*nkers and why did Nato bomb Serbia. It was a wide ranging discussion! She also talked about visiting a children's home where many children are ...

Best thing about Belgrade was leaving the place, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Best thing about Belgrade was leaving the place

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort

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... ; We jump on the train and 7.50am we leave Belgrade, thank god.  The train is going very slowly and it feels like I could walk faster. We say goodbye to Belgrade and its not a city we would return to in a hurry.  Another SHITHOLE.     ...

Dawson's Creek : The Belgrade years, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Dawson's Creek : The Belgrade years

A travel blog entry by tennis_tom

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... were met by an array of communist concrete monstrosities, which although ugly were pretty impressive. Zagreb was kinda a small enough city and Belgrade had a much bigger city to feel it. Belgrade is friggin hot. Croatia was hot but Belgrade has taken it ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by lizconnie

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... countries I have visited. This city has a violent history, being rebuilt 40 times in its 2300 year history. Tourism within Belgrade and especially Serbia although its developing at a rapid pace, does not fully exist in terms of ease, but I guess that ...

The White City, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

The White City

A travel blog entry by boysontour100

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Belgrade (Beograd) is the capital and largest city of Serbia. The city lies at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. It has an urban population of 1.2 million, while the metropolitan area has more than ...

Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia

A travel blog entry by radsolv

Stumble on hostel across street from Train station. Visit castle and park at junction of Danube and ... Rivers. Long talk with Serb Security guard in park. Late train to ...

Belgrade, Serbia August 6-9, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade, Serbia August 6-9

A travel blog entry by cthrasher

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... 1:10 am isn't something I enjoy.... OK, so the first thing to say I suppose is that although this site says "Serbia and Montenegro" this is now just Serbia since Montenegro recently became its own country. It was pointed out to me that the Montenegran ...

Spring Break: Yugoslavia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Spring Break: Yugoslavia

A travel blog entry by mary_zell

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... school I spent a lot of time debating about where to spend it. I almost went to northern Greece, but in the end more adventurous Serbia and Bosnia won out. From Sofia it's a straight forward trip - one overnight train. I didn't bother to pay for a sleeper ...

Day 117: Bad Boy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Day 117: Bad Boy Belgrade

A travel blog entry by dbadgery

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Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by teamcanada

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Belgrade is another surprising city a could only find one building as evidence of nato bombings acouple years ago. lots of history, very similar to ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by joannesuter

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... just want to leave it there as writing it down just isn't going to cut it. But I can honestly say that not only is Belgrade a super beautiful city, I have met some of the best people of my life here. We've drunk too much, laughed constantly and made some ...

Better Off In Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Better Off In Belgrade

A travel blog entry by ezandtreggas

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... castle walls looked stunning. The outer part of the fortress offers a magnificent view of the meeting of the Danube and Sava Rivers through Belgrade. The view was made better with the setting sun. We headed back to Belgrade train station with plenty of ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by ced

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Bombed out buildings, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Bombed out buildings

A travel blog entry by tennis_tom

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... ; We got a bus out to a nearby satellite town called Zemun which was quite pretty but uneventful. It had some nice views of Belgrade and we were slightly hungover from the night before so we were happy to bum around and enjoy the good weather.  In ...

sightseeing in belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

sightseeing in belgrade

A travel blog entry by mary_zell

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... is basically the same as Bulgarian, only with better quality meat. And the beer is better. We had a great day walking around and talking. Belgrade isn't so different from Sofia, just a bit nicer. What really sets it apart is having a nice pedestrian area ...

Day 118: Belgrade Citadel with Hangover, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Day 118: Belgrade Citadel with Hangover

A travel blog entry by dbadgery

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taste of Ex-Yugoslavia - un gout d'ex-Yougoslavie, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

taste of Ex-Yugoslavia - un gout d'ex-Yougoslavie

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels

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... , who had to take a train back to their own town (Novia Sad, a very charming town in Voyvodina, the autonomous province in northern Serbia). And after this warm goodbye, we went back to the Hotel where we left our luggage in the Morning, had a rest in a ...

Entering Tito's territory, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Entering Tito's territory

A travel blog entry by laura1

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... out that they're somewhat hidden behind other buildings, but didn't have a chance to go back and look again. The main tourist attraction in Belgrade is the fortress, Kalamegdan.  The fortress includes inside and is surrounded by large ...

Dives and bombs, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Dives and bombs

A travel blog entry by dynamo

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... is probably Belgrade's best tourist attraction. While not as ugly as I feared from my first impression, Belgrade is a city more interesting than beautiful, and more political than cultural. The military museum in the fortress shed some light on why this ...

Belgrade August 18-20, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade August 18-20

A travel blog entry by cthrasher

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... luggage). Escaping scot free on the scooters somewhat offsets the luggage. Greg is the only one I've talked to that didn't crash a scooter. Anyway, after a fun time at the Beer Fest, it was time to head to the coast and the newly independent ...

Azbuka, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Azbuka

A travel blog entry by grenzenlos

... city made the adjustment quite easy and the past week of speaking and learning Serbian have been well worth it. Not that Belgrade or Serbia are at all perfect. The Kosovo issue is all over the media, damage from the 1999 bombing is still present and ...

Belgrade, Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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Nice city - cool hangouts and nice sights.  Rivers = raft ...

June 25 to 27: a city that survives in style, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

June 25 to 27: a city that survives in style

A travel blog entry by chan_hc

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... can travel freely in this country, visa not needed. This tells you how utterly stupid some wars were. I was in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. No matter what you think about the Serbs, you have to admire their resilience. Barely ten years after the end ...

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