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Belgrade - City on two rivers
One of the must see European cities for every travellers list, but Belgrade is a captivating city. Belgrade’s city centre is full of attention-grabbing squares and ancient churches as reminders of this region’s various cultures and religious history. Today Belgrade, however, has some of the most exciting nightlife in the world. Pleasure seekers can during the summer visit the clubs along the Danube River on barges and boats and the city comes alive with many events taking place.

The best way to move along the city is public transportation, by bus there are over 120 urban and over 300 suburban bus lines, there are also several seasonal lines. Tram might be the most traditional way of transportation most of the trams are old and overcrowded, with few being restored, but still give a better insight to the visitor.

Moreover there are several tourist boats to choose with day and night cruises along the Sava and Danube.
Places to see
There are many places considered as must see in Belgrade such us Kalemegdan fortress, Belgrade Fortress, Knez Mihailova Street, The National Museum, The Temple of Saint Sava, Skadarska st., Republic Square, The Old Royal Palace, Belgrade Zoo, The National Assembly of Serbia, Tito's Mausoleum.
Stadium Crvena Zvezda
Stadium Crvena Zvezda
The Red Star Stadium, aka European Marakana, is a multi-use stadium in Belgrade. It has started building in 1960 and opened its doors in 1963. Nowadays it’s used mainly for football matches and is the home stadium of Red Star Belgrade. The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 all sited.
Belgrade Fair
belgrade fair
The Belgrade Fair located in the municipality of Savski Venac (on the bank of the Sava river), is a large complex of three large domes and dozens of smaller halls which are the location of the major trade fair, the capital city of Serbia.

The Belgrade Fair is the largest institution of its kind in Serbia, all together it has 14 halls which cover an exhibition area of 100.000 m2, dominated by the three large domes including the largest European dome. Belgrade Fair also has commercial space, depositories, and workhouses. Every year Belgrade Fair hosts over 30 regular international fair. Annually the fair has more than 1.500,000 visitors and over 5,000 companies exhibit.

Additional services include post office, bank, tourist agencies, carrier companies, custom, and ambulance. Also, within Fair there are several important hosting object of various purposes. There is a tense put the Belgrade fair under government protection.
Cathedral of Saint Sava
Cathedral of Saint Sava
The Cathedral of Saint Sava is an Orthodox church in Belgrade, is one of the largest in the world. The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church and an important figure in medieval Serbia. The cathedral it is perhaps the most monumental building and from its location looks like the guard of the city.

The Cathedral of Saint Sava is the most recent addition to a historic line of important architectural monuments and places in Belgrade, which spread from north to south and east to west: Slavija, the ancient fortress of Belgrade, the Republic Square, the Terazije plateau, with the city's newest skyscraper Beogradanka, Palace Albania and Kalemegdan. The temple has the shape of a Greek Cross.
National Museum of Serbia
National Museum of Serbia
The National Museum in Belgrade, Serbia was founded in 1844. It is on Republic Square. Since it was founded, its collections have grown significantly. Today, the museum has a collection of over 400,000 objects including many foreign art exhibits. A glass dome is built in the roof and after the recent renovation was an exiting new interior and exterior.

The Collection of Drawings and Prints of International Artists has over 2,000 items and the Yugoslav Art Collection has more than 6,000 exhibits. Most paintings were collected and donated by Prince Paul of Yugoslavia (Erih Slomovic), a young man from Belgrade. The museum displays the Numismatic Collection with more than 300,000 items (coins, medals, rings, seals).
Skadarlija is a vintage street, located next to central Belgrade. It begins right below the Republic Square along the Skadarska Street, in the Belgrade municipality of Stari Grad. Skadarlija is generally considered the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade and is also one of the most famous streets in Belgrade.

Skadarlija is at present a well know tourist attraction due to famous restaurants, hotels, art galleries, antique and souvenir shops, and the Sebilj fountain. Several performers and groups playing traditional music and actors dressed in traditional Serb costumes perform down the street. Skadarlija is known as a meeting place ideal for families with children, young or older couples.

In Belgrade visitors have to try the typical national cuisine, most notably the grilled meat with local beer. Skadarlija's cafes, restaurants and art exhibits attract up to 20,000 people daily. The street is a car-free zone so no car will distract a perfect day in Skadarlija. If possible try to attend the official opening of the summer season in Skadarlija with the rising of a "bohemian flag". At the ceremony you can always find celebrities, including popular and opera singers, actors, and artists.
Shopping Malls
In Belgrade there are several shopping malls Shopping Malls. USCE Shopping Center is the largest modern shopping center in Serbia and the region, Delta City is the second largest shopping mall in the city, Mercator Center, Immo Center, Veropoulos Hypermarket (Novi Beograd), Tempo Hypermarket, M - Rodic Megamarket Hypermarket, Verano Object, Merkur Karaburma, Usce Multifunctional Centre the largest shopping center in the city.
What you should do in Belgrade
Visit the public Observatory at Kalemegdan fortress. There are four panoramic telescopes installed for daily observations of the city's panorama. A truly unique place in Belgrade for observations.

Visit the National Museum at Republic Square to see a huge collection of exhibits with world painters.

Visit the National Theatre and if possible watch opera, ballet or a play. The main hall is simply amazing, tip: take a closer look at the gold decorated artworks.

Visit a restaurants located along the Sava and Danube rivers. There you can dine and eat with the extra feature of being on the river and enjoying the view. The music played on the barges is usually a mix of Serbian folk music and pop - amusing, though it hurts the ear.
Events that a visitor should attend
- The European Feature Documentary Film Festival
- Belgrade Beer Festival
- Festival of new and improvised music
- A football (soccer) match between the city rivals Partizan and Red Star, two of the most popular sports clubs in Serbia.
Featured Hotels in Belgrade
Hotel Central is located in very center of Zemun. There is the Danube River with a lot of restaurants on water and very pleasant walking path very close to the hotel. It was built in 1894 and renovated in 1983. Hotel offers restaurant and 25 rooms with capacity of 52 beds... read more
Room Facilities
Quiet room, Satellite TV, TV remote control, Writing desk, Telephone by beside, Room safe, Minibar, Windows can be opened, Cosmetic mirror, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower, Escape-route plan
Beograd Hotel is located in business and trading center of Belgrade very close to the main railway station. The hotel has great traffic connections with all parts of Belgrade and it is 16 km far from the airport. Separate part of the hotel is suitable for business lunch and diners or private... read more
Hotel Tas is located in wide center of Belgrade on great sport object ‘Tasmajdan', which is 4200 m 2 big and offers pool, gym, and children’s playground. Nearby Hotel Tas is church of St. Mark, in beautiful Tasmajdan park. Hotel is surrounded with green nature. This place was very important... read more
Hotel Lav offers You 55 beds in 31 contemporarily equipped rooms [WAN, telephone, TV, mini-bar], an aperitif bar, a restaurant, a summer restaurant, a hairdryer, an internet club [all rooms are air-conditioned], an own parking and a top-level service... read more
Hotel Features
Restaurant Bar, 24-Hour Front Desk, Newspapers, Large selection of wines, Non-Smoking Rooms, Safety Deposit Box, Soundproofed Rooms, Heating, Air-conditioning, Free wireless internet access, Mini bar, ATM All major credit cards accepted, Express Check-In/Check-Out, Luggage Storage
With our outstanding and recognizable image, HOTEL N*** belongs to category - city business hotel of economic class. Our location, equipment and contests are there to attract three main groups of guests: business guests, sports teams and participants of seminars... read more
Great for the football stadiums!

This isn't a tourist hotel - its a good 15 minute drive outside of central old Belgrade, and an hour from the airport. Hotel is ok for Belgrade. Distance to city center some 3 - 5 Euro by taxi. Room size is ok, TV works. Personal is friendly.
Good for business

Good if you need to be in south Belgrade or don't mind taking buses/trams to see the sights. Nice comfortable rooms.
Room Facilities
Cable TV ,Satellite TV ,Pay TV ,TV remote control ,Writing desk (min measurements 0.8m x 0.5m) ,Telephone on the writing desk ,Windows can be opened ,Cosmetic mirror ,Full-body mirror ,Hair dryer ,Bathroom with shower ,Information in case of emergency ,Escape-route plan
Hotel Royal-Belgrade is one of the oldest hotels in Belgrade. Built during the last century, in the past hotel has a name Toplice. All rooms have television, and many of them have an Air Conditioned. Restaurant offer is very wide: Serbian kitchen, Italian, internationals, fish menu, chicken menu... read more
If you relate your expectations to the cost, then you will be satisfied.

I went with friends to this hotel last year, and if it weren't for wanting to try out other places in different areas of the city, I would probably...[more]
Good for the international travelers

I found this hotel at the internet and read relatively good reviews for it. I contacted the hotel manager via internet and made a reservation. Communi...[more]
Room Facilities
Quiet room, Satellite TV, TV remote control, Writing desk, Telephone by beside, Room safe, Minibar, Windows can be opened, Cosmetic mirror, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower, Escape-route plan
Hotel Elegance represents a modern business-type hotel, located only six kilometres from the Belgrade city centre, near Pancevo Bridge. In the entrance hall, a special nook for sitting is available for the guests, offering calm, relaxed ambient and pleasant illumination. A la carte restaurant... read more
Room Facilities
Quiet room, Satellite TV, TV remote control, Writing desk, Telephone by beside, Room safe, Minibar, Windows can be opened, Cosmetic mirror, Hair dryer, Bathroom with shower, Escape-route plan
Le Petit Piaf is located in quiet part of the city center, in Skadarska street, in street which looks like cities from several centuries ago. Right in the middle of Skardarska, the restaurant street, and close to antique shops and art galleries in a leafy part of town replete with period... read more
Excellent Location

This hotel has an excellent location for tourists to Belgrade. The shopping areas are just minutes away, as well as being close to Kalmagaden Park, a ...[more]
Enjoyed Le Petit Piaf and location

Positive: - Booked a suite for 170euro including breakfast. Room was the St Germaine Room (each room has a name), a duplex on the third floor, with si...[more]
Hotel Features
Café, Lobby bar, 24-Hour Front Desk, Non-Smoking Rooms, Safety Deposit Box, Luggage Storage, Rent a car service, Transfer, HAIRDRESSER PANJKOVIC ACADEMY, GARAGE CAR WASH FREE OF CHARGE, Internet included in the price, 24h Reception, Exchange office, Room service, Lap top usage, Professional massage, Belgrade Card for discounts, Restaurant
Ionis Hotel
A luxury hotel with a spacious conference room. Due to its elegant atmosphere, the Slavija Lux Hotel represents a perfect choice for tourists who wish to spend a relaxing holiday in Serbia. Business travellers will be pleased to know that this luxurious Belgrade hotel features a spacious... read more

The hotel is at the centre of Beograd. The room (at the 6th floor) was spacious, seemed clean, and quiet. The bed was king size and sheets were clinic...[more]
Russified but OK

There are two or three Slavija hotels (all pretty close together), which are owned by JAT (Serbian) airlines. We stayed in the one across the road fro...[more]
Jason Inn Hotel
Balkan Hotel Garni with four stars is a part of the renowned "Balkan" hotel chain. With its location and modern design, it is adapted to the needs of business people and guests who travel for pleasure. The hotel is located at Banovo Brdo, one of the central commercial and business areas... read more
Room Facilities
Quiet rooms ,Cable TV ,Pay TV ,TV remote control ,Radio ,CD player ,DVD player ,Writing desk (min measurements 0.8m x 0.5m) ,Telephone on the writing desk ,Room safe ,Minibar ,Ventilation centralized ,Soundproof windows ,Windows can be opened ,Cosmetic mirror ,Full-body mirror ,Hair dryer ,Bathroom with shower ,Bathrobe ,Escape-route plan
Jason Prime Hotel
Hotel Balkan is an oasis of peace and cosiness, placed amidst the boiling energy and tumultous life of Belgrade center, daily visited by thousands of people, and is an ideal basis for businessmen as well as for leasure travellers. It is in the vicinity of Knez Mihailova Street, a promenade where... read more
Nicholas - London, England

On arrival at the airport i was met by the hotel driver, and then taken to the the hotel i was greeted with a warm reception and this continued throughout my stay. The hotel has a very nice restaurant and bar, and is situated perfectly in the centre of the city, so everything is in within easy walking distance.
Jovica - Ljubljana, Slovenia

The location is very good as the hotel is near the main city street "Knez Mihajlova". The breakfast was quite good. Kind staff.