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Does anyone know opening times for this? I am mainly interested in Sunday night/Monday morning.
Also, would you know how long it would take to walk there from the railway station.
I have a couple of very simple questions. I now need to spend a night in Belgrade as part of a connecting flight. So I thought about booking a hotel.
1. Is there something like an "airport hotel" at Nikola Tesla airport or very nearby? I have looked but not found.
2. Where exactly in the centre of town does the airport transfer bus drop you so that I can maybe book a hotel right there?
Any help really appreciated, as I've been unable to find a guidebook.
how is to go from kosovo to serbia?
Serbs are ok about it or not?
Can anyone recommend a quiet hotel/guesthouse in (Central-ish) Belgrade which would be suitable for a group of researchers who need a good night's sleep, with a lounge or reception area large enough so the team of four - and any local guests - can meet outside the rooms - and which doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The 80 Euro per room hotels tried so far have suffered from external noise (a noisy road and a party venue on three nights) and have no gathering space so have not been value for money or purpose. So we're looking at 80 Euro (max) per person for a quiet room (single or double with single occupancy). Any ideas?
It’s been 2m since our trip to Serbia but perhaps our experience will still be useful to would-be travellers. Overall, it was a very pleasant experience, stayed 10d in the country in 2nd half of August, interesting (although not exactly dramatic) scenery, people very friendly and helpful, good food. With the exception of BG, the country is still rather unspoilt by mass tourism. While BG is a must see visiting the countryside and staying at homestays is one of the highlights. Transport: cannot say much about public transport since we rented a car (Sixt BG centre), driving was easy (but a lot of police controls and bad or confusing signage), little traffic apart from BG, Novi Sad and main road to Montenegro; petrol cheap for European standards (150rsd). Money: didn’t use bank or credit cards, eur exchange rate 112-113rsd; overall, you get very good value for money (prices much cheaper t... more »
I'm a young lady who loves to mingle with the locals.
Looking for a more inside experience in Serbia. I am open to anything. Searching for somewhere to stay with a small family or small family run hostel. Going to Belgrade also.
Would really really appreciate some suggestions.
Even a place in Serbia or an area or a contact. Have two weeks.
Thanks a million.
I have some days off in the end of May next year. Would Belgrad be an interesting place to go - just to see something new? (I've been to most other Capitals in Europe) What would prices be like compared to other Eastern European countries? Are appartments offered a good alternative to hotels? Day trips out of town; any recommendations?
Thanks for any input!
Could somebody tell me how much the train ticket(one way or return) is from Beograd to Zagreb? I have found some informations about it on the hompage of the serbian railway but for me it seem to be very cheap(348 RSD - one way)!
Thanks in advance,
According to Serbian MFA web site UAE citizens don't need a visa
my plans is to spend few days in Belgrade and then go to Kosovo and return back to Belgrade again before departing to home?
1)Is there any problem in the above plan? would the Serbian Government object to my travel to Kosovo? would I face any trouble?
2)How can I get from Belgrade to Pristina? I read that I need to change a bus at Novi Pazar? can any one elaborate one bus schedule and train travel
3) How hard or easy is to get a Macedonian Visa in Belgrade or Pristina. I don't have schingen
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Anybody who can recommend a good, high-standard restaurant in Kragujevac that would be suitable for a group of 20-30 persons?
Is it possible to visit Smederovo and Despotovac (Manasija Monastery) in one day by using the public transport?
Thanks in advance!
I am flying to Belgrade next week. I arrive on Tuesday and I am meeting a friend in Dubrovnik on Saturday. I am struggling to figure out train or bus timetables between the too. I am not in a mad rush and I dont mind if I dont have a direct route, if anyone has any suggestions of the best route between these places or places to stop alond the way I would really appreciate the help. My main interests are wandering around big cities, some amateur photograghy and I also like museums.
Thank you, Amy!
Thinking of getting a train from Belgrade to Montenegro next month.
Is it necessary to book as far ahead as possible? Is it likely to be sold out or a lot more expensive at the last minute?
If I go for a night train, so the sleeper bits sell out, if there are any?
I am looking for a hostel or cheap hotel in Subotica. I am finding it hard to find any info on this. Any recomendations would be geatly apreciated.
Also whats the best way to reach Pecs in Hungary from Subotica? I know there is a border crossing north of Sombor??? Any info????
Thanks in advance for any information given.
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