Chillton Hostel Belgrade

Address: Kataniceva 7, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Kataniceva 7, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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Travel Blogs from Belgrade

Day 17, July 29 (195km) -Tale of Two Days

A travel blog entry by duanet on Jul 29, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... coming sideways and so strong it was hurting my eyes. I had to take shelter in a bush behind a tree. I was still getting soaked but at least it was not hurting and I was not getting blown off my feet. Once it turned into only a tropical storm I had no choice but to keep going. I now had my headlight and rear lights on so the cars that were actually still on road could see me.

I continued for another hour without a break in the storm and ...

Serbia

A travel blog entry by tylerandtori on Oct 23, 2011

23 photos

... the day with a coffee (since our hostel had brown water from the taps and we didn't want to make our instant coffee). We found a coffee shop close by and decided to order a "massimo" which turned out to be a HUGE coffee that came in a cup that was the size of soup bowl and had two handles, it kept us wired for a while! As we walked around, we really started to appreciate the unique culture here; there were men in parks playing Chess, people cleaning shoes on the streets ...

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A travel blog entry by biruvia on Jul 01, 2011

When Karen and I first mapped out this trip about a month before, I needed to find a way to get us from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Athens, Greece. Trains and buses took too long and crossed too many borders, so a flight was the only way. And the only flight I could find gave us an 8 hour layover in Belgrade, Serbia. We hadn't really planned how we would spend these 8 hours, or that we would get zero sleep ...

Into the land of the slavs!

A travel blog entry by snailstrail on Nov 10, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... train noisily rolled by small village after small village, their picturesque houses some of which i noticed were next to a house that had been blown partly to smitherines, maybe a reminder left behind of the wars that were waging in these lands up until 15 years ago. I could get the feeling from what i was seeing that these people are poor, their houses are quaint and small, and everywhere there is mud and bramble, and mist. I keep thinking of vampires, ...