6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
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friendly reception and fast internet for free
feel like home and get a wine and a rakia bz arriving
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After our back to basics camping in Fruška Gora we were glad to arrive in Belgrade at a campsite that included normal camping amenities & other campers. Belgrade was our first real city visit that was entirely new to us both and we knew pretty much nothing about the place. As always we figured a walking tour would help fill in the knowledge gaps. This walking tour however was one with ...
... the cabin on the train I slept pretty well through until our arrival in Belgrade at around 7am. From the shabby, but charming, yellow station facade to the basic smoke filled cafe, the station had a feeling of having stepped into a time machine back to the 1970s or earlier. This feeling continued as small retro trams creaked by on the streets outside the station, which were dominated by bleak concrete buildings with the most basic designs possible. Being ...
... in sunbeds and umbrellas. There is then a large pedestrian path circling the lake and then a ring of cafés and bars on the outside of that. It was obviously a very popular place to be when the weather was good. Unfortunately today it was not. Shortly after hopping off the bus it began to rain so we sheltered under a tree (becoming a bit of a habit!). Luckily it only rained for few minutes so we began to walk around the lake, watching a few brave souls who had decided ...
... 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 cost about 6 times more had it been in England! onwards to moving day and again a taxi driver that drops me in the wrong place! 3/4 taxi rides have now been unsuccessful. despite me stressing to the driver I didn't want the main railway ...
... time to get it sorted, which was a very good thing. And with that, our holiday weekend was brought to an end, ushering in the start of a new school year.
All of us felt that the nightlife had been oversold. Despite what we'd read here, there, and everywhere, we didn't see much evidence of such nighttime excitement in Belgrade. It was after 1am when we packed it up and started our walk home, and it seemed like most ...