Hotel Tehnograd

Address: Kovanluk, Kraljevo, 36000, Serbia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kovanluk, Kraljevo.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Kraljevo

Meeting Locals

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 20, 2015

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... and outdoor activities. Being a Monday afternoon during the off season it was largely deserted, but it was still a scenic place to walk around.

This was, of course, after I eventually arrived. I tried to take the bus, but when I went to pay the driver I got waved away. I'd checked in advance and yes, you can buy single tickets from the driver. Nervously I sat down, noticing that no one else seemed to be paying either. ...


A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 19, 2015

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... br> It was a fun night with a fun bunch of people. As happens on most nights out, at least one person assumed I was gay. I know this because one girl apologised profusely for thinking that myself and the Aussie guy I was with were a gay couple. Apparently it was the way we danced, which was far more exuberant than most of the guys in the club. Again I blame the rakia.

I would at this point like to thank my GPS for getting us back to ...

This City Has The Worst Luck

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 18, 2015

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... upon learning I was from New Zealand, shook my hand, welcomed me to Serbia and took extra care of me.

This hospitality carried on when I got to my hostel. Instead of having to dump my bags and wait seven hours to check in, the owner fed me coffee, found a bed for me and got me set up straight away. Having a shower was bliss.

I have to give several thumbs up to this guy. Not only did he set me up with a map of all tourist attractions, ...

The Knights (or Serbs) that say Nis!

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 20, 2014

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... and made a tower out of the skulls to put at the edge of the town as a warning to other Serbs thinking of a subsequent uprising. Many skulls were stolen or decayed, but after the liberation of Nis, the Serbs built a chapel over the tower and preserved what was left of it, which is just over sixty skulls, plus the skull of the hero leader which is displayed separately. At the site now, there is a little presentation area which explains the historical context of the situation at ...

Rescued by Tesla in Belgrade

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 19, 2014

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... zoo, which is also housed in the fortress, and she spent a happy half hour swinging and sliding. We were hungry after we'd finished with the fortress so we walked to what had been described to us as a beautiful, Bohemian cobbled pedestrian street lined with interesting cafes and restaurants. Once we had found it, it wasn't all that beautiful and the restaurant that we were enticed into wasn't that interesting, although did serve the largest burger ...