Hotel Lav

Dusanova 240, Belgrade, 11080, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Belgrade

A Parellel Universe

A travel blog entry by trevor_lorraine


... lines along past some graffiti covered
old railway carriages, night shift postal workers, commercial bins, cracked
concrete, weeds. To a newly and dodgily built ‘hotel’ that didn’t open onto the
street – only on to the railway lines. On the ground floor, offices and a
medical centre with no means of entry. Upstairs, grim. Still, now exhausted,
there was ...

Belgrade Birthday

A travel blog entry by londone7


Today was my birthday and I've been progressively getting ill each night with the drop in temperatures. I'd been expecting it to be high teens to low 20s but its dropped to daytime highs of 13. I packed mostly t-shirts and was looking forward to a long hot shower as the previous hotel had very low water pressure.


A travel blog entry by amydanger

... the front of the street. We paid the standard 1800 dinar for the fare and checked in. We walked up to Skardaljina which was luckily nearby, a few street of buzzing restaurants that reminded me more of Austria with the cobbled roads and wooden benches for dining. Upon Vlad's recommendation we ate at Tri Sesira (translates the 3 hats in English) and it was an interesting feast. The beer ...


A travel blog entry by rob-lowe


My first souvenir of the trip was stamped roughly into my passport. I thanked the lady and smiled at the grunt she received it with and nodded me through the barrier. No grumpy Hungarian was going to spoil my mood - I was going to Serbia. Somewhere Ive always had on my lengthy list of places to see, with no apparent reason for going except curiosity. Twenty yards of no mans land rolled me to the Serbian post. The man smiled, gave an enthusiastic stamp to ...


A travel blog entry by chrisandhana


... conquered by the Ottoman Empire and became the seat of the Sanjak of Smederevo. It frequently passed from Ottoman to Habsburg rule, which saw the destruction of most of the city during the Austro-Ottoman wars. There is one mosque that remains standing in the city because every time the Austrians captured it they removed the minaret and turned it into a church and every time the Ottomans recaptured it, they but the minaret back again. Belgrade was again ...

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This hotel, located on Dusanova 240, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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