6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
TravelPod Member Reviews6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
friendly reception and fast internet for free
feel like home and get a wine and a rakia bz arriving
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews 6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
Travel Blogs from Belgrade
Our boat docked on the Sava River this morning. I was up early and watched our arrival, right after sailing by the Kalemegdan Fortress with its long stone wall high above the river. The Sava River begins in Belgrade, which is our stop for the day. I want to say Belgrade, Yugoslavia, as that's how I remember it, but it now is Belgrade, Serbia.
If there is one thing I have learned today and past days is the complicated and complex history that has ...
... playing blingy europop or house music loud all through the night until the sunrises ( I know it is loud because a couple of times I have woken up at about 2am and heard a few boom booms and the strains of house music coming from the direction of the river) . This happens seven nights a week not just on the river but all over the city, and for a while Belgrade earned the title of Europe's party central. I am really too bloody old to ...
... to Belgrade not to this other town. You can't buy a ticket to London but they drop you off at Guildford. After two and a bit hours we pull up at this random town in the middle of no where. The officer said I could get a taxi from here to Belgrade but I knew that would be expensive and I had no Serbian money on me that's why I was expecting to get dropped in the city centre. Luckily for me a couple of Romanian people went to the ticket office to complain and they told me to come with ...
Concierge pickup service, woo! I felt pretty important though my name wasn't on the sign. The man was so lovely and randomly has just been to a wedding in My Gambier and went to Millicent (poor man, not the best parts of Aus!!). Apparently there arereally a lot of Serbs in Aus, who knew. I was in the vehicle with an English couple so as we drove into the city we were given a rough tour of the city, most shocking was the NATO bombed buildings which remained exactly as there were hit in 1999. ...
We hit the few tourist sights; the Kalamegdan Fortress (a bit of a letdown if you ask me, but it was free), St. Sava's Church, the largest working Orthodox church in the world that has been (and still is) under construction for decades, the Parliament buildings, and we returned to see the bombed-out buildings for some pictures.
Later on in the afternoon, we met up with Luke and Katarina and they took us to a narrow ...