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need an advice for hostel in the center of Belgrade with the possibility of car parking: not public parking.
I'm waiting at LAX right now and will arrive in Belgrade on 7/20. I'm traveling solo, 29 y/o, and never been to Serbia. If there is anyone else out there who will be visiting this week, I'd be down to meetup and share bottle service at one of the nicer clubs or just swap stories over a beer. Message me if you will be around.
Could anyone direct me to a current bus schedule please?
Also, is there a train? Or is there a Mokra Gora - Visegrad train?
I'll be travelling through Serbia (plus Sarajevo and a bit of Montenegro) by car from 10-26 September.
Are there any festivals or other events in this period that are worth visiting? Anything with music, food, wine etc on perhaps monastery festivals would be great.
I will fly in Belgrade on 14/7 at 12:00pm. What is the bank working time on Saturday, Is it possible I can exchange the local currency at afternoon time. Or I need to go currency shop?
Just back from around trip driving from UK to Turkey before setting out had asked insurance company if they now covered for Serbia since the change in January got no clear answer, so started out thinking we would be hit like last year for 130 euros. Got to border went to office where they sell vignettes,insurance etc, showed my car regs and insurance told didnt need green card as we were covered. So so far so good as it wasnt a sight seeing trip went the most direct route on the motorway to Nis stopped at a rest point with a Mcdonalds decided to park up for night and sleep in car had been asleep for a few hours when knocking on window woke us up a young garage attendant pointing at side of car saying problem got out of car and theirs a pool of oil coming from wheel arch still half asleep opened bonnet and checked oil level it was ok .The young guy had said hed phone mechanic and befor... more »
If you have plans to visit Serbia during the summer or visiting Exit festival, you should check this place.
Zemun is today part of Belgrade, only 5-15 min away from city center by city transportation or taxi (5-10e).
In past it used to be a separate city. It should be stated that this cit
This part of Belgrade is located next to a Danube river, has many restaurants, river floating clubs, over 40 coffee shops, fast food restaurants, casino and over 30 taverns and rich cultural heritage from 18-19th century. You can see here the oldest house in Belgrade, small Zemun fortress, Gardos tower, Big war Island, sandy Lido beach, but also traces of Roman, Turk, Austrian, Greece and other cultures.
Danube quay gives this place sometimes an Mediterranean flavor with fancy restaurants next to the river bank.
Zemun has over ten 3 star hotels, few 4 star villas, and one 5... more »
Hi we are looking for accommodation in Djerdap National Park,
1) there are no rooms available on the usual website such as booking.com
2) By searching the internet we contacted around 3 b&b/hotel but only one (and not the best option) came back to us.
I wonder what would be the best way to get accommodation (just the usual B&B to stay for a night) information in Djerdap please?
Thanks a lot.
Hor far from airport to city center? by bus? If by taxi, how much does it cost?
Is there any LV shop in Belgrade city?
Myself and my two sons are traveling a few days in Serbia and Croatia can anyone please tell me
Best way to get from Belgrade to Montenegro
I was thinking of taking the bus does anybody know schedule and prices or if we go ny train would that be faster and what happens when we get to Montenegro how do we get to Dubrovnik?.....
I'm visiting Belgrade this weekend I was just wandering can anyone recomed a good places to go in the evening bascially places which are not too touristic or just full of very rich locals , is there any decent ish night clubs which are just in between, also do they have a draconina dress code to get in these places like do I have to wear shoes.
Any bars or clubs people can recomend would be welcomed.
For about 5 weeks I'll be traveling around Croatia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Serbia with a definite stop in Serbia for the Exit musical festival in Novi Sad (north of Belgrade) July 12-15. I'll be traveling with a friend for Croatia but she unfortunately has to head back to work and I will therefore be doing the rest on my own. I was wondering if anyone has any advice about Exit fest in Serbia and attending alone. I was reading about accommodation and was wondering if it is better to stay in the Village or in a hostel? Is the Village relatively safe for a single female? Is anyone else out there going to Exit Fest and looking for a music loving buddy for the festival?
Any tips, suggestions would be appreciated!
Well, my favorite web-booking sites either do not have information about hotels in Silver lake area or offer just a few. I used to spend my holidays in Turkey where almost every resort o historic place have a number masked by google but pretty good hotels or pensions. I wonder if Silver lake have a cost covered by accomodation options like obvious resort or just 5-10-15 and that is all and i have to worry about free room right now in 2 month before my trip?
Can anyone tell me how to get from Sarajevo, Bosnia to Zlatibor, Serbia (somewhere near Sargon8railway) on public transportation.
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