Hostel Podbara

Djordja Rajkovica 28, Novi Sad, 21,000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Novi Sad

Along the the Danube wıth out a map (Up sh

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul

... 305;ny shıt map I pulled out of a lonely planet ın budapest).

Serbıa provıded us wıth the fırst border crossıng stamp and use of passports! over 1,700 mıles done and not once dıd we have to use them. The wether turned damp and spıt flecked upon us as we headed away from the borderÁ The eurovelo round was stıll tere, wıth the addıtıon to amusıng ...

The Hapsburg Northern City of Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by londone7


... lined with outdoor seating. This certainly felt like a town from the Hapsburg Austrian sphere and not Serbian.

I did pass by another Serbian Church but was not as dominant in town as they were in Belgrade.


A night in Serbia

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan

We are headed to Serbia today for the cheap tobacco. As usual we entered our destination into the GPS and set off. We weren't far from the border but passed through many rough, little towns on the way. One little shop in one of the little tons had gas bottles outside so we thought we would try our luck...success!! So with fresh new gas bottle in place (and the old one now under the table...) ...

And Then There Was Wine

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


... we looked inside. A man standing outside smoking looked interested in us staying. It looked like the inside of a wine barrel with maps of old Yugoslavia and Tito. We couldn't refuse. With a little confusion over what we were going to be eating we 'ordered' food and he brought pivo (beer). You don't order it in this country it just arrives - but it does cost the same amount as bottled water. Our lunch was a giant platter of meat. Veal, ...

City Tour of Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by janehudon


... was a dangerous task. Only Catholics were allowed to live within the fortress, therefore some people converted to catholicism and others left the fortress and formed a village which would unlitmately become Novi Sad. In 1748 the villagers paid the empress Marie-Theresa the equivalent of $100,000 in silver for Royal status where they became free royal citizens. During WWII the bridge crossing the Danube leading to the tunnels under the ...


This hostel, located on Djordja Rajkovica 28, Novi Sad, is near Nis Fortress, Cele Kula, and Monument to the Liberators of Nis.
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