Travel Blogs from Kopaonik
Today, Wed 5/7, we had a long bus ride from Belgrade to Kopaonik Park. The scenery quickly changed from urban to pretty, mountainous and wooded rural. Along the way we visited three old monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The first was the 13th century Zica Monastery founded by King Stephan, the first crowned king of Serbia and where all the Serbian kings of the Middle Ages were crowned. The second was Studenica Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage ...
... so we called him back.
Then he was telling me this didnt feel safe and he didnt want to get in their car. He thought the lady was working with them. I thought it was innocent as she had her own luggage and its not like people come to Novi Pazar that they would know to pull this trick on tourists.
He was firm he was not going in their car and I wasnt going to go alone. So we left and decided to try ...
... end Bosnia were under Hapsburg Austrian rule, the influence in architecture is evident there. Croatia had the added advantage of having the Adriatic coastline so many Roman towns and ports.
In the south Macedonia and Kosovo came under Greek and Bulgarian influence and were in the Byzantine sphere for ...
... 45am, 6am, and 1pm bus so he made a reservation for me on the 1pm as I'd wanted the 9am which was on my printout. He said there was no 9am. I still didnt know where I am supposed to take the bus but he was saying dont worry you have a reservation. So I'm asking where do I go at 1pm??
I decided to goto ...
... my bus ticket at the Nis bus terminal for 1530D ($18) so at least I knew I could get in. There are direct buses from Belgrade so getting in was not so much the problem. Getting out I wanted to continue to Pristina Kosovo where I am finding very little and conflicting information online
As Serbia does not recognize Kosovo I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center