Hotel Admiral Club Beograd
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Admiral Club Beograd Belgrade
Travel Blogs from Belgrade
It's one of the most thrilling things possible - racing through the mountains at breakneck speed rally-style, practically drifting through blind curves, in the ultimate white knuckle ride. But you normally expect to do that on a closed course - it's not supposed to happen in a huge 12-passenger van through the mountain roads of Bosnia and Serbia!!! Opting for comfort over conventional public transport, we decided not to go from Sarajevo to Belgrade today by train or ...
... it was still 10mins to go before it should be leaving!! We rushed into information and checked if we could get tickets onto it..yes would could! Awesome. No deciding where to go or what to do. Waited 10mins and the train arrived :)
We managed to remember to ask for seat reservations for this train although it turns out we could have saved ourselves four euros haha because the train was never that full!
It was such a long ...
... rain was starting to hit. I went into a place that had various fish and chicken dishes that come with either rice or noodles. Missing Asia I went for a fish and noodle option for 400D ($4.80). I was getting confused with prices as everying seemed half what I was paying in Budapest.
Walking back up the main street I passed the ...
After a full day of travelling we arrived in Belgrade and decided to sample the nightlife. Belgrade is famous for its raft clubs/bars, so we headed down to the river to see if they were any good. The first one, Olympia, turned out to be a heavy metal bar, so obviously we fitted in perfectly! We only managed one drink before we left in search of better things. The second one, Shlep, had a crowd...the two of us and an Australian ...
... So we waited and waited some more.
Debriefing the Dutch
The Dutch couple was back from what turned out to be three sleepless nights at the Hostel Boat. Apparently, those restaurant/bar-boats along the shore are serene looking in the day but crank up the music at sundown and don't stop till 5 am. The owners told the Dutch couple that several boats just appeared and are run by local Mafioso's. Apparently that’s why they ...