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... we dropped our bags and after some advice and a welcome Rakia we headed towards the centre of town, our first impressions were that of a fairly modern city aside from the architecture.
The shops and store fronts all boasting international brands and the people themselves would not have looked out of place on any high street around the world.
First stop on our tour was Republic Square which is the epicentre of town and the ...
We met up after the game and wondered around the town a little more before it was time to catch our train back to Belgrade. We only had a quick turnaround at the hostel in Belgrade before we needed to head back to the train station to catch our overnight train to Budapest.
I really loved our stay in Serbia and would definitely recommended it. Unfortunately I don't feel I can give Novi Sad a fair rating as it was tainted by the disappointing hostel so I am in ...
... the Yugoslavian period, into the present period. It was interesting to see the different types of architecture in the city from each different time period.
We visited the fortress in the middle of the city where you got a great view of New Belgrade and the island surrounded by the Danube River. It was a great viewpoint to see the confluence of the Danube and the Sava rivers. The Danube was a ...
... that I
wanted to feel well for. A couple of blokes from the hostel decided to make a
last minute decision to go to an international soccer friendly. It was Serbia
vs. Ireland, and the locals are known for their hooliganism. It seemed a rather
tame affair however, and we were dumbfounded that the police wouldn’t allow us
to sit with the Serbs, demanding that we take our place with the tiny Irish
contingent in the corner. I’m guessing that they ...
... in which he insisted on parading around the hostel day and night – kept us both awake for most of the following two nights. On adjacent top bunks, his head was two feet from mine, and his snores shook the entire room. After lying wide-eyed in my bed for several hours, I got up and headed to the kitchen. Taking a handful of loose leaf herbal tea reserved for staff, I made myself a contraband cup of tea. The tea-strainer was nowhere to be seen, so I carefully picked ...