Hotel Zlatnik

Address: Dobanovacka Street 95, Zemun, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Dobanovacka Street 95, Zemun, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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    Travel Blogs from Zemun

    Zemun and Belgrade....Two Forts on the Danube

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jul 09, 2015

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    Since before Roman times there have been fortresses on high ground above the towns of Zemun and Belgrade. These were military outposts which protected the peoples of the area and more importantly the trade and travel routes that the Danube and Sava rivers offered. In the 12th century the town was conquered by the Kingdom of Hungary, and changed hands many times eventually falling to the Ottoman army which also conquered Belgrade in 1521. It was taken ...

    Travel to Budapest (46)

    A travel blog entry by aundraford on Jun 28, 2015

    ... with 7 bars, 25 rooms). We took back to back shots until we were drunk enough to stumble back to Retox. Once we did, Jake disappeared, chant was with Scott, so Rob and I were on our own. We ran into the two Toms, and ended up walking home with them. Once we got back, the fun Tom disappeared and Rob was clearly trying to wheel the Texas Tom, so I went to my room and drunk called Mitch! Don't remember much about what I said, but aw ...

    Touring Belgrade

    A travel blog entry by kristine258 on Oct 07, 2014

    17 photos

    ... for a second, then she held up a pack of parliament cigarettes. Nope. Not that parliament, but thank you. So we headed back into the hotel to ask the front desk...which direction, how much does a bus pass cost, do we buy the ticket on the bus or from a machine? It costs 150 dinars, we were heading east, you buy tickets on the bus. Got it. Back out to the bus stop for us. The bus was packed solid full. 2 children offered us their seat. An elderly gentleman offered to ...

    A bit of a ruckus

    A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and waiting. We threw on some clothes, quickly packed and ran out the door. Yet another missed breakfast in Sarajevo (and we'd actually splashed out as bought milk!)

    The journey there was fairly straight forward. There was almost an issue at the border as the woman in the seat in front of us had put a towel along the window to keep the sun off her but it meant we were hidden. Think that border control thought we were trying to smuggle our way through! Needless to ...

    Belgrade Serbia

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment

    ... of the rivers. It is now a park as modern warfare has made it useless as a fortress. Basketball and tennis are big sports played by the kids in the park. The Sava river was swollen with all the summer rains on the Balkins . It was extremely dirty with everything but dead bodies floating by, We toured the Tito memorial and got a history of Yogoslavia under his brand of communism. We were taken to St Sava, the largest Eastern ...