6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
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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
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Belgrade doesn't have much to offer to travelers, at least, not in a conventional sense - you don't come here for the sights, or to bask in the city's beauty. Quite frankly, Belgrade is downright ugly in most places, a product of its sad history - the city has been destroyed and rebuilt something like 40 times, and there are still many battle scars and bombed-out buildings from the conflicts of the 90s. Let's also not forget that ...
... we made a swing by Tito's grave/monument and the Tesla museum. Our guide (the best one so far) explained much of the history of the Balkans and the Slavic peoples, the former Yugoslavia and of course the complicated situation in Kosovo. Belgrade (meaning White Fortress) was first founded by the Celtics, next came the Romans, the Turks come at some point and it goes on and on from there. The ...
... have a good attitude considering everything they have been through. The culture, religion and customs are very, very strong and very, very proud and very, very Serbian.
Belgrade and overall Serbia, ...
... bread from bakery topped with the roasted peppers is to die for.
Day after day we are disappointed that our books didn't arrive again. Now that we know they were not sent express as were originally promised, we checked with the Serbian Post Office. The books only have to come 600 km but Serbia is not part of the EU and there will be a customs check. Since they were sent regular letter mail and registered, the Post Office said the process can ...
... rising in the Danue many of them were close.
We still had a good night and the next day consisted of a visit to one of the largest Orthodox Church in the world and laying in the park.
We've rushed this part of our trip far too much so I haven't got the proper feel of the place. The people are really friendly though. We will definitely travel through the Balkans on our next ...