Centar Balasevic

Address: Miska Kranjca 17a, Belgrade, 11090, Serbia and Montenegro | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on Miska Kranjca 17a, Belgrade, is near Crkva Svetog Marka and The National Assembly.
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Travel Blogs from Belgrade

Farthest East of the West

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 07, 2013

7 photos

... in one breath and then, in the next, admit that very few people attend church any more.

Though they don't go to church it hasn't stopped them from building the Cathedral of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox Church in the world. It will be some years before it is actually completed on the inside but that doesn't really matter. The small Orthodox church next door is plenty big enough for the congregation.

On the hill ...

Natl Museum, House of Flowers, Tesla Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 01, 2013

38 photos

... would be more of the post war socialist era. However, they said there were no exhibits except for some childrens art. Don't these people care about their history as I am yet to see a history museum in Belgrade

To the rear was the House of Flowers which is Tito's mausoleum. Entrance was 200D ($2.50). You first go thru a ...

Serbia, well Belgrade anyhow

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 03, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

I am getting soft. I was going to go from Bucharest to here ( Belgrade ) by getting a train to Drobeta- Turnu Severin (the Romanian town on the most direct route between Bucharest and Belgrade ) and walking across the power dam there and then trying my luck to get a ride to Belgrade once on the Serbian side of the Danube. But everyone said "NO, too hard. There is no town directly on the other side, just a secondary road and a national park". ...

Day 17, July 29 (195km) -Tale of Two Days

A travel blog entry by duanet on Jul 29, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... to a border crossing. Next thing I noticed that there is no gas station. In fact there is nothing only farm land. At this point the sun is blistering hot and there are no clouds to give me a break. I am glad I drank before the border as these hills are taking a toll. I will just stop in the next town.

Problem - the next town is no where to be found. In fact I only see about a 1/2 dozen cars and a couple tractors for the first 38km. The ...

My son, do not put the cat in the car.

A travel blog entry by annaliesem on Jul 05, 2012

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... dessert! Pig moment #3. After overfilling our bellies, Nevena's father drove us all the way to where David's cousin lives in a small village just outside of Cacak. Once in Ridage we were greeted by Milan and Titsa on their beautiful farm. They offered us plenty of their homemade rakia (which I had to turn down... That stuff is rough!), as well as a second dinner!! Pig moment #4. It was a great dinner though as everything came right from the farm! We had mashed potatoes, zucchini, ...