Hotel Zeder

Address: Vojni put II/164e, Belgrade, 11 000, Serbia and Montenegro | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Vojni put II/164e, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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      An evening in Belgrade, Serbia...

      A travel blog entry by vacationista on Sep 19, 2013

      7 photos

      ... an eerie, yet somber atmosphere.

      We stopped at a 14th century castle while in Serbia. The ruins were beautiful and atop a hill of approx.. 300 natural steps. Josh and I went to the top and took in Serbia at a bird’s eye view. This was the only sightseeing we were to do and the highlight of our short visit.

      On my European tour, this stop ...

      Time to Go

      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Aug 25, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... It turned out that I could have just taken shelter somewhere because the train was an hour later than I thought it was and by then the rain had stopped! Oops.

      At the train station, I tried to dry off a bit, and bought myself a warm tea. I sat next to some strange guy who kept talking to me in Serbian and was getting frustrated that I couldn't understand him. He was a bit drunk and had no teeth. He was complimenting my eyes at ...

      The White City

      A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 16, 2013

      265 photos

      ... plans of Jelisaveta Nabic, the first woman architect in Serbia.
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      and the French embassy, which was built by the Serbian government as a thank you for their invaluable help during WWI. And practically right next door to the French embassy is the Austrian embassy.

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      No Guns Allowed!

      A travel blog entry by daveaway on Aug 27, 2012

      10 photos

      ... br> turned into flaky potatoes. Third step was to meet people at the hostel. I met
      some great people, but unfortunately I missed a perfect opportunity as I hadn’t
      slept on the overnight train and missed out on a singles party on a boat
      because I passed out after being drugged up on the cough syrup. I was shattered
      because I rate the Serbian girls right up there with the Slovakians, but maybe
      this was for the best.

      I decided to rest up a bit, as I had big ...

      Beograd

      A travel blog entry by chrisandhana on Jul 27, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... sanctions from the West, inflation was the highest ever recorded anywhere at that time (1993) and when NATO bombed the city in 1999. In particular, it was interesting to hear a different account of the gruesome conflict in the Balkans throughout the 990s. Our guide remembers as a kid how the local inhabitants donned t-shirts with target drawn on them and staged an impromptu part on one of the bridges to prevent NATO bombing it and dividing the city into ...