Villa Nevenka

Luke Vojvodica 24, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Villa
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An evening in Belgrade, Serbia...

A travel blog entry by vacationista


... 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


... 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


... plans of Jelisaveta Nabic, the first woman architect in Serbia.
the Question Mark Cafe, which got its name because the owners could not figure out what to call it ,

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.


Tour 1 of Beograd

A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon


We thought we'd set some context before documenting what we did today, so here goes... Belgrade lies at the mouth of the Sava and Danube rivers and has unfortunately always been situated between numerous superpowers, which has resulted in conflict since the 3rd century BC when the Celts first settled there.The Turks captured the city in 1521 and after a period of stable rule the ...

Belgrade Day #2

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... exhibit of numerous batons that were carved and painted for Tito and given to the comrade president each year on his birthday. Relays were staged throughout the country to bring these batons to Tito in Belgrade.

The final museum is the Old Museum, which presents an ethnographic collection of presents given to Tito by the peoples of Yugoslavia and foreign countries. The Old Museum contains nine exhibits of themed gifts including ...


This villa, located on Luke Vojvodica 24, Belgrade, is near Skadarlija, Crkva Svetog Marka, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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