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... to do the free walking tour around Belgrade. We were joined by about 50 others and we were immediately worried how one guy would make himself heard. It was not to be a problem, and turned out to be a very enjoyable tour. Learning a bit about the history, important people, streets and building, and also the language, although not for long enough that I can remember any words!! The highlight? The free honey rakia we received, the national drink of Serbia. The worst ...
... in this way and unfortunately it tainted the stay in Novi Sad for me.
We immediately went for lunch as we hadn't eaten all day at a local restaurant. We both ordered Cevapi which was basically sausages, bread and spicy tomato potatoes. We spent the afternoon wondering around the square before deciding to head to the beach. However on arrival at the beach it appeared you had to pay just to enter the beach Area! We weren't having any of that so we turned round and ...
First we passed by a white monument from the 19th century showing when the Turks surrendered the city. The Turks had captured Belgrade for about 500 years although it changed hands between the Turks and Austrians during that time a few times
The Turks set up base in the fortress while ...
... damm steps one last time!) and headed to the train station. We had a sleeper train booked so hopefully we could grab some sleep before arriving at Budapest at around 7am.
That sums up the whirlwind 1 night stop in Belgrade. An interesting city, like many of the countries to follow they are only just starting to get going after the iron curtain slowed their progress and restricted their freedom. Belgrade is worth a look in on the way through the middle of ...