Hedonist Hostel Belgrade

Address: Simina 7, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Simina 7, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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          A travel blog entry by naomifederman on Aug 04, 2016

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          We were looking forward to having a look around Belgrade- it would be our only Serbian stop on the trip, and we were excited to get the Serbian perspective after hearing that they were the aggressors in most of the war. Our first stop came highly recommended from our hostel- a falafel shack named Tel Aviv. Over the next few days, it came to be our …

          Splavs and Serbian locals

          A travel blog entry by sopsox on Aug 01, 2014

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          We took a train from Novi Sad to Belgrade, which only took a couple of hours. We knew our hostel was quite far from the train station and had heard that taxis were fairly cheap so decided to jump in a taxi to the hostel. The driving was pretty horrific to say the least! Don't know how our driver didn't crash - he was so busy talking to Goke about …

          Belgrade Underground Tour

          A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 01, 2013

          29 photos

          ... setup home in a small town called Zemun on the other side of the Sava River. Zemun is now part of Belgrade city and I planned to visit it later

          The original Turkish gates are still there and there are pens for holding prisoners as you go thru the gates. There is also a Military Museum which I was ...


          A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Sep 03, 2013

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          ... mind telling the negative aspects of a country/city. Post tour we met up with Isaac again who had Googled the train times and availability (but not actually left the hostel to check it out at the station) and found it was fully booked for 3 days. I didn’t believe this for a second so we all trooped off to the station and found there was still loads of tickets. We had a really nice Serbian ticket man who spoke good English help us get the right ...


          A travel blog entry by amydanger on Jul 06, 2013

          We arrived after a slightly delayed flight to Nikola Tesla Airport yesterday afternoon. We got into a taxi with a Ron Jeremy lookalike and it started to rain. And it smelt excellent. I watched the scenery go by as we trekked into the city, seeing things I've never seen before, revelling in the idea of being somewhere I've never been before. Hotel Nevski was about 20 mins away and was ...