No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Bela Ladja Novi Sad
Travel Blogs from Novi Sad
... 8220;Gibraltar on the Danube”, but that’s
quite a whopper of a stretch. Like most towns in Eastern Europe, Novi Sad was a
quite small place until after World War II when industrialization took place
and Communist governments like Tito’s moved people from the countryside to the
cities. That means Novi Sad’s very pretty historic center is quite small but is
surrounded by a large sprawl of drab Communist-era housing ...
... a takeaway shop for a litre plastic bottle of beer then went to visit a friend. She already had a litre bottle on the go so we knocked off that and ours and eventually headed out again.
A pretty interesting bookcase - Shakespeare in Serbian translation no less, but she is a student of comparative literature.
No, it wasn't me pushing the rakija. It was the blonde's fault. They ...
... once been like to have guarded the town below. We meandered around for an hour or so,....then realized that we had no idea where to catch the return bus. We hailed a young woman walking by,...and she directed us down the road, and across the street,....which is exactly where Kris thought it might be.
We rode for a short distance,.....and then saw a park, which we thought might be 'THe PARK on the DANUBE,...so we jumped off only to discover ...
... to only the cars? The trucks are the worst because they are too wide to leave much space if there is on-coming traffic. Was traffic diverted because of the Tour de Serbia? Was it just because it was Sunday? We didn't know and just counted our blessings.
Family Farm Stay
In Beška, contrary to our guidebook, we found no accommodations. We stood in front of a big hotel with a padlock on the front gate. It ...
... through the small town of Begec, where people tended their garden plots or cut hay. Soon we were back on the dyke again which had worse surface with more muddy patches. From a distance we admired the quaint churches of Futog, an affluent town before Novi Sad. The dyke was paved again and was lined with lampposts and benches. And for the first time since Germany and Austria, a lot of people were riding their ...