Montmartre Hostel

Nusiceva 17/5, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Nusiceva 17/5, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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Travel Blogs from Belgrade

The Austrian Outpost of Zemun

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2013

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... are allowed to join the EU there will be a flood of investment which will help improve the look and design of the city, although prices are currently half what they were in Budapest and joining the EU will probably bring inflation

People are friendly and not hostile to foreigners for sanctions and Nato bombing. But I cant say I'm in love ...

Belgrade - It's the Bomb

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Aug 23, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... wanted to call out, "Sorry, we're from Canada!".

We stopped at a cafe for Blair's morning coffee. Coffee is a big deal there so I wanted to fit in and ordered a hot chocolate. Even though the waiter was extremely friendly, he didn't speak English very well, so I ended up with a hot chocolate pudding. Very tasty. Luke had told us that people will sit in cafes for hours on end, smoking and chatting. He had a hard time getting used ...

This IS Belgrade

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 11, 2013

15 photos

... got a flat tire on the way that was quickly repaired by a roadside shop. Before heading out of the hostel for the evening I met Horacio (Art). Horacio is from California, born to an Iranian father and Mexican mother. It was great to meet my paisano to speak some Spanish, share a few beers with him, and chat about Iran. He was there a few years ago and gave me his views and tips on that beautiful country, as I'll be heading there soon provided there's no problem with my visa. ...

Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by bhgrigg on Feb 14, 2013

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After a lovely week in the village of Lipnica, we drove to the Serbian capital Belgrade where we spent the night with second cousins twins Urosh and Nemanja and their dad, Slavolub. We had a great time eating at a traditional Serbian restaurant, ...


A travel blog entry by teamroman on Aug 10, 2012

32 photos

... bride and groom put on each other's rings which symbolizes the weakness of one partner will be compensated for by the strengths of the other. By themselves they are incomplete; together they are made perfect. They also drink from a common cup of wine which means that in marriage all things are shared equally. The evening was spent feasting and dancing the night away to a band that managed both American and Serbian music. We even hit a night club afterward and stayed out til 4 ...