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Cara Lazara No.9, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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Serbia - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... by bus, no trains available. And bus tickets were quite expensive (USD 30 for one way ticket!). We decided not to buy it right away and to wait a little bit to think about it. After that we headed to the main square called "Republic Square" which was the meeting point of a free walking tour starting at 11.00.

The tour was really nice and they took us a little bit deeper to the history of the country. They also showed us the main street for restaurants and bars or how they ...

The White City

A travel blog entry by jsarracino


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Day Six (Thursday, August 22)
Bill and I spent the morning on our own because Zoran and Dunja had an obligation that was going to take a while. I told Bill that I would like to go to the Tesla Museum if he didn't mind going again. He said he'd actually enjoy seeing it a second time because it wasn't just a museum to tour through; there was an actual presentation ...

115 wars -no wonder they have a fortress

A travel blog entry by bluetop


... we walked into town and wandered through streets, looking much more lively in the sunshine. we headed down to Skadarlija, which is the so called Bohemian quarter, often compared to Montmatre in Paris.

We enjoyed a late lunch, then headed back to our hotel, where we fell asleep and missed dinner again! Hopefully the jetlag will be gone soon.


Don't listen to mum and dad, Belgrade is awesome

A travel blog entry by matt_l


... They exchanged conversation in Serbian until they switched to English, and said, "Blues music upstairs." We all immediately went "**** yes!" simultaneously. We payed the taxi driver, and began climbing about 5 stories in an abandoned warehouse, listening to the live blues band that was getting louder as we climbed, until finally, we entered a small room with a bar, and up the front were two guys. One on vocals and harmonica, and the other ...


A travel blog entry by tylerandtori


... stained sheets and one fleece blanket. We were in the room with a Japanese tourist who we met earlier at the bus station and two Serbians. After we were all settled we turned out the light and tried to sleep. We were woken up by a border guard tapping on our window at around 12:30am. Before heading into Serbia the train cuts through a short section of Bosnia, the guards looked at our passports VERY briefly and once everyone on the train was inspected we were off again.We ...

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This hostel, located on Cara Lazara No.9, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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