The New Inn

Prizrenska Street No1, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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Grey but OK

A travel blog entry by mothman

3 hour journey from Nis, arrived in busy Belgrade, walk up hill to our hostel where they had messed up our booking. I do not recommend the New Inn Hostel in Blegrade. Terrible management.

Walked to citadel area, just made it in time for 40 minutes in the military museum, which was educational. Nice views from up here.

Meal down a …

Dobar dan, Beograd

A travel blog entry by mila4ar.


... per day. People are walking eating pop corn dancing with street orchestra which is playing traditional music enyoing with their every moments of life. By the way population of city and generally of country is young. There are so mane children also. Next day we went to calemagdan fortress. This is main symbol of Belgrade and every traveler should come there:) also we went to second hand bazaar. ...

The White City

A travel blog entry by jsarracino


... home for the rest of the evening and the four of us enjoyed talking with each other.

Day Nine (Sunday, August 25)
Today we went to Ada Lake. Ada Lake was created by the damming of the northern and southern tips of an island in the Sava River. With its beach-like atmosphere, it is a popular place for the city residents of Belgrade to relax and enjoy the water and sun. There ...

Party Boat

A travel blog entry by annaguthrie


... sure the waiter thought we were ordering the strangest mix of foods he had ever seen! Silly foreigners! It is always an adventure ordering food in Serbia- whatever you think you are getting is rarely what ends up being brought to you.

The next day, our group met up again, with a few additions. Hilary met this British guy, Andrew, through Couchsurfing, so he came out as well. And, ...

Belgrade Day #1

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... Victory Monument, sculpted by Ivan Mestrovic in 1928. It was originally intended to stand in the city center, but was placed high upon the fortress grounds due to the victor’s nudity. He holds a falcon, symbolizing Slavic freedom, and a sword in defense of peace. On the plaza beneath the Victor are several display boards, in Serbian and English, about the metamorphosis of Belgrade from Oriental outpost to a fortified European Baroque city.

We made ...


This hotel, located on Prizrenska Street No1, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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