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If your interested in seeing a Hollywood movie being filmed you can see one currently in production in central Belgrade. The 'November Man' movie is being shot starring Pierce Bronson and a Serbian actor- down near the fortress area and in the area between the fortress and the bus station
If I arrive late at night by train into Belgrade is it safe at night? Are the taxi's ok? Do they charge by the meter or is it negotiable subject to the tourist being ripped off?
If i then want to go out clubbing etc can you comment on the general safety of Belgrade nightlife and walking around the city at nighttime if Im alone?
I want to travel from Novi sad toTimisoara via Zrenjanin (not via belgrade)
Is there a bus to Zrenjanin to Vrsac at the boarder.
how long would it take?
I did the Danube cycling route two years ago, and I remember having eaten at an old couple's house in Dobra where they had also rooms. I had the address and telephone number in the Esterbauer Danube cycling guide, but I don't have the guide anymore. Does anyone have their phone?
I am planning to be in Serbia about May 29 after a number of days in Croatia and Bosnia/Herzegovina visiting sites connected to the civil war of 1991-95, including Mostar, Sarajevo, Srebrenica, and Vukovar. I haven't (yet) identified similar sites in Serbia and welcome suggestions.
Subsequently, I am going to Krakow in Poland, I assume by train. I would greatly appreciate information on the details of this route, e.g. do all trains go through Budapest, how long is trip, etc, should I look for an overnight train, etc.
I want to share with the community the photos of my trip to Serbia in april 2013
To see my photo gallery click on the link below
I visited: Belgrade - Novi Sad
I want to point out the major tourist attractions
Belgrade what to visit:
- Fortress with Manak's House ( Manakova Kuca ) and with park Kalemegdan
- St. Sava Temple ( Hram Svetog Save )
- St. Mark's Church ( Crkva Svetog Marka )
- Skadarlija ( is a beautiful historic downtown area with local restaurants )
- Knez Mihajlova ( beautiful pedestrian street with many bars and shops )
- Dorcol is an area with many restaurants and bars
- Republic Square ( Trg Republike ) is a central plaza with bars and restaurants
- Kuca Cveca or House of Flowers ( mausoleum of Josip Broz Tito )
- Ada Ciganlija ( is an island in the r...
As the title suggests, I want to get a train from Podgorica (montenegro) to either Novi Pazar or to Zlatibor. Do you know if there is a train going to either locations from Podgorica. If so how many hours and how much does it cost.
Is it possible to buy online ticket in internet?
I can 't find any page..
I'm studying a possible detour to Southern Serbia during a trip to Bosnia and Montenegro. i have guidebooks for those two countries but not for Serbia.
- Ovcar Kablar: is there cheap accomodation nearby which I can use as base ? In Cacak or Uzice ? Is there public transport to the gorges ?
- Which transport can I use to visit Studenica between Ovcar Kablar and Novi Pazar ?
- Is the detour to Novi Pazar worth it and is there budget accomodation in Novi Pazar ?
- Is there local transport in Novi Pazar to nearby towns in Montenegro (Rozace ...) ?
I'm looking to visit Novi Pazar and Nis.
Both it seems are easy to reach from Belgrade but how do I travel inbetween?
What are the bus times from Novi Pazar > Nis and from Nis > Novi Pazar?
Also how long does it take and the cost?
Could I visit Novi Pazar as a day trip from Nis?
Hello Balkan travellers,
We want to go to the Guca trumpet festival from 8 till 11 August. Has anyone ever visited this festival and does anyone has experience in booking accommodation using these websites: http://www.accommodationguca.com/accommodation or http://www.guca.rs/eng/ ?
I'm heading out of Belgrade on a really early flight on a Sunday morning. I need to be at the airport by 7:00 am. What's the best way to do this? Does anyone have any good numbers for taxis and car services that could possibly also speak English?
I came Serbia yesterday and i'll be Belgrade in next three months as an ex-change student.So i applied for residence permit to police
department today and they told that i should had a serbian bank account and there should been sufficient money for 3 months.,
I opened an account but i have no idea how much money i must put into my account at least to get residence permit.I've searched from internet but couldn't find, i asked to officer in the bank but she couldn't answer too.
If there is someone that did this before in Serbia,he/she maybe can help me.
I look forward your answers and helpings.
Thank for advance.
Me and my friend are going to travel Sarajevo and Belgrade. As i look the buses' and trains' routes, they enter into croatia border a bit. The reason Croatia wants Schengen visa from non-european citizens at the starting date of 1st April, i get a bit anxious. Because i will need Schengen visa.
We have bought the ticket before; coming to Sarajevo and turn back from Belgrade.
I don't want to pay for schengen or transit visa and i can't cancel or change the tickets.
I REALLY NEED your help and ideas about the way going to Belgrade from Sarajevo without get in Croatia.
Hello and I ask you to not misunderstand my question or turn this to a nationalistic discussion about politics.
I have booked my return flight this summer through Belgrade since it was most convenient and will have a overnight stay in Belgrade.
But I am a little bit worried about safety. I am Albanian from Kosovo and even though I have foreign citizenship, my passport says I was born in Pristina. So I wonder if I should be concerned about my safety. I have already booked hotel - 3/4 star hotel downtown.
I have earlier been to Belgrade but as part of a larger group and did not have any problem at all. I also liked the city very much. Now I am alone and am I a little bit more worried, especially how the hotel staff might react. I am not planing to go out during the evening.
What do you think?
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