Skala Hotel

Address: Bezanijska 3, Zemun, Belgrade, 11080, Serbia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bezanijska 3, Zemun, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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Travel Blogs from Zemun


A travel blog entry by alyssamyc on Sep 30, 2014

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... At the train station, we got the Timisoara special ticket, which was literally a handwritten ticket. We had to change trains at a border town to prepare for the border police, but it wasn't too difficult, and thankfully they spoke English! They took our passports and left for a pretty long time, and then brought them back on board the train with our Romania stamps. Overall, the journey was way easier than we thought it would ...

Guild Wars 2 Leveling Guide

A travel blog entry by carystar85 on Sep 04, 2014

... know what age group can play a relevant video game appropriately. Furthermore, it lets you know about the game's violence level. That should allow you to determine whether the game suits your child. Save your valuable games within the appropriate slots. Change up which slot you save it every now and then. For a few games, especially JRPGs with branching routes, you may want to return to a key part of the overall game and ...

A bit of a ruckus

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 20, 2014

10 photos

... team hanging down the outside and that was it. It soon become evident why. Just a few minutes in there was some commotion by this box and soon the flag was being tossed between ground members slowly making it's way past us. For the rest of the match there were about 6 security officials guarding this one box.

Just when it appeared that the crowd drama was over a man clad in only his boxers climbed over the railings separating the stands and began to run around the ...

Belgrade and Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Jul 23, 2014

6 comments, 64 photos

... was completely contained within its walls, however, it has now been turned into a huge city park, with amazing views over the city and rivers. After exploring the fortress I then Walked the length of the old city, via small quaint neighbourhoods, vibrant alternative areas with incredible street art, still unrepaired NATO bombing damage and pedestrianised boulevards to st. Savas cathedral, which is the largest Orthodox Church in the world. Having begun planing the building in 1895, it is ...

Couldn’t You Find Someone Who Is Intelligent

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 02, 2013

9 photos

... the Dacian emperor Decebalus. Trajan, the Roman Emperor defeated Decebalus in 98 AD. Trajan thought so much of Decebalus' bravery that he was depicted on Trajan’s Column in Rome. Also Trajan placed a plaque placed near the river’s bank. We passed through two locks, the first, a double lock and a second single lock later on. The dams and the locks now on the ...