Hotel Excelsior

Address: Kneza Milosa 5, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kneza Milosa 5, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... Peter I, and shortly before the end of World War I, representatives of the three peoples proclaimed a Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes with Peter I as sovereign. In 1929, the Kingdom was renamed Yugoslavia, under Alexander I, the son of Peter I. In November 1945, the throne was lost when the League of Communists of Yugoslavia seized power, during the reign of Peter II.

    Zemun, Belgrades old 'neighbour'

    A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... to hear that most young people of that time found it to be some of the best times of their childhood. As there were no threats in the residential areas, parents were home and no one went to school for months, they had a lot of freedom to go out and play all day.

    An exceptionally late dinner in he early hours of the morning in a Serbian house meant that I was offered a selection of Serbian foods to try. A meat and rice dish, a range ...

    Farthest East of the West

    A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 07, 2013

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    Described as: "Farthest East of the West and Farthest West of the East", it's easy to see that Belgrade has always held great strategic importance. So much so that, between the Turks and the Austrians, they've had to use all the ingenuity they have to preserve their culture. This they have done and they are very(!) proud of the fact. Apparently over the city's 2,300 years of history it has been destroyed no less than 40 times.

    In spite ...

    Not a Vegetarian? Good! This is Serbia

    A travel blog entry by zach.fang on Jun 28, 2013

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    ... is they make everyone double up in the front and then the back rows are always empty. After 45 minutes of poor sleep I grabbed my bags and snuck into an empty back row, curled up, and went to sleep... and actually slept pretty good. I woke up in Sofia around 545, we got to the bus station at 615, had my ticket at 7, and boarded the 730 bus to Nis (which I thought was to Belgrade). I slept almost the whole busride again.


    Serbia - Belgrade and Novi Sad

    A travel blog entry by nickyandian on Nov 05, 2012

    ... a tip. So we overpaid and were too uncomfortable to ask for our few euros change!

    We then caught a bus to Sremski Karlovci, a small town about 15 minutes away which is famous for its wine. We decided to do wine tasting and got 4 huge glasses each. From here we went back to town and wasted several hours in the hostel before boarding an overnight train to Budapest. The train was freezing so we had no sleep but at 6am we were in Budapest!