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Belgrade (Beograd inSerbian) is the capital and at the same time the largest city of Serbia. It is situated at the confluence of two big rivers, the Danube and Sava on the area of 360 square km. The population along with the entire agglomeration is approximately 1.8 million.
In Belgrade, we can offer you over 140 options of accommodation in hotels of all categories, but also guesthouses, apartments or hostels. The choice is really very diverse. Luxury hotels located mainly in the city center offer a wide range of services at a high level, and will satisfy the demanding clientele. For clients on business trips, there are available elegant hotels near the airport Nikola Tesla. The apartments are a good option for privacy lovers or for families. You can find them both in the center and in the outskirts of the city. A unique and one of the most famous hotels is named Moscow and is located on the boulevard Terazije. Many accommodations are also offered in the quarter of artists and bohemians, Skadarlija. The list of the absolutely most favorite hotels in the city include the already mentioned Hotel Moskva and Beograd Art Hotel, Hotel Nevski, Life Design Hotel, Beograd IN Hotel or the Hotel Majestic.
Belgrade is located in a temperate continental climate with an average annual temperature of around 12 ° C. The hottest months are usually July and August, when the temperatures can exceed even 30 °C.
The city of Belgrade can show off a rich history. The first settlement here was already in the times of the Celts. The area was colonized very soon, mainly thanks to its advantageous strategic position between two water shores. At the time of the Roman Empire, the town was named Singidunum, which means the white city. Belgrade came under the Byzantine Empire after the 6th century. However, after the fall of Constantinople (today's Istanbul), Slavs began migrating to the city. In 1284 Belgrade was declared the capital of Serbia. Not only the city itself but the whole country Serbia flourished and later became a major silver mining area. In 1521 Belgrade was conquered by the Turks. For another century the town was ruled by the Ottomans and Austrians as well. In 1806 Belgrade once again became the capital of the so-called New Serbia. Since local residents resented the influence of previous cultures, they destroyed a large number of buildings and historical architecture pieces. Because of that, there are almost no monuments older than 200 years in the city.
12 km from the center of Belgrade is Nikola Tesla Airport. Belgrade's leading airline will appoint Jat Airways and operates flights to nearly 40 destinations worldwide. Among other major airlines we can bring Aeroflot, Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa and Alitalia. From the airport to the city you will get buses, minibuses or taxis. Belgrade's main train station is 2 km away from Republic Square (Trg Republike). Since Belgrade is situated at the junction of two rivers, a water transport is also very popular. Especially amongst the tourists, as there are many attractions along the river banks. If you wish to travel within the city, you can use public buses, trams and trolleybuses. Belgrade suburbs are connected to city center by railway track, which has 6 lines and runs regularly every 30 minutes.
Belgrade is a city with a rich history, but in terms of buildings, you will not find here any historical treasures. When visiting the city, you can not miss the large complex Kalemagdan, which is a large park located in the city center. From here, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the rivers. The park has a small zoo and even a military museum. As the park was formerly intended for military purposes. A building that is worth mentioning is the Cathedral of Sts. Sava, which is located on the Sts.Sava square. Other municipal buildings and attractions include the Palace of Serbia, Old Palace, which is now the seat of urban authorities, Avala Tower measuring 204.5 meters or the Belgrade Cooperative, which is an art nouveau building and the seat of the oldest urban banks. The town also has more than a dozen of interesting museums. You can visit the Museum of Nikola Tesla, Yugoslav Aviation Museum, the Serbian National Museum and the Ethnographic Museum. Skadarlija is the name of the street, where you can find many city bohemians and artists. You will also find enough restaurants, bars and cozy cafes here.
Belgrade organizes throughout the year many cultural and sport events. For music lovers there are even some festivals. The most famous are the Belgrade Film Festival (FEST) or Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS). The town also welcomes a lot of sporting events each year. For example the Eurobasket in 2005, European Championship in water polo in 2006 and many more. All major sporting events are held in the sports arena (Belgrade Arena). Belgrade is also the home of two major football teams, Partyzan Belgrade and Red Stars Belgrade.
Famous natives of the city include the writer and historian Milorad Pavić or the well known successful tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Sarajevska 37, Belgrade
Set in the Savski Venac area, in the embassies and ministry palaces district, Hotel Rex is located just 1.5 km from the pedestrian street of Knez Mihailova in the historic centre of Belgrade. The Sava Congress and the Fair are just 1.5 km from the property.
Volgina 25a, Belgrade
Located in a peaceful part of town called Zvezdara, 3 km from the centre of Belgrade, The Belgrade Hills Rooms and Suites is situated near the Nature Park Zvezdara Forest. Each accommodation unit is equipped with floor heating and cooling, a flat-screen TV, a seating area and a private bathroom with a shower and hairdryer.
Francuska 11, Belgrade
Located in the very heart of Belgrade, about 200 metres from the Republic Square and a few steps from the bohemian Skadarlija district, Hotel Belgrade Inn was built in 2016 and offers an on-site restaurant. Free WiFi access is provided throughout the property.
Bulevar Mihaila Pupina 10 Z IV, Belgrade
Adresa Suites is situated in the business area of New Belgrade, 0.7 km from the Belgrade Arena. The Sava Congress Centre is 2 km away.
Kralja Milana 25, Belgrade
Located in the very centre of Belgrade, Hotel Argo was fully renovated in 2013 and overlooks the Beograđanka Palace. It offers modernly furnished rooms with a free Wi-Fi access.
Braće Jugovića 16, Belgrade
Set in the centre of Belgrade, just 200 metres from the Republic Square, Hotel Opera features a terrace and views of the city. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.
Vojni put II 164e, Belgrade
The modern Hotel Zeder is situated in Zemun’s business district. It offers a 24-hour room service, massages and a buffet-style restaurant.
Brankova 13-15, Belgrade
Newly built and opened in 2012, Hotel Srbija Garni is only 400 metres from the popular Knez Mihailova Promenade in the centre of Belgrade. The hotel features Italian design and free Wi-Fi throughout the property.
Kneza Mihaila 1-3, Belgrade
Offering a restaurant and spa centre including sauna and Turkish bath, Atera Business Suites is located in Belgrade’s city centre, right on the pedestrian Kneza Mihaila Street. Free WiFi access is available.
Skadarska 34, Belgrade
Fully renovated in 2015, the stylish Hotel Petit Piaf lies in the heart of Belgrade, right in the center of the famous Skadarlija area. The property runs renowned restaurant Mali Vrabac that serves Serbian and European delicacies made by respected chefs.
27. Marta 12, Belgrade
Offering an on-site restaurant, Hotel Constantine the Great is part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World™. It enjoys a central location in Belgrade in the vicinity of the Botanical Garden and Knez Mihailova pedestrian street.
Sremska 1, Belgrade
Offering free access to the spa center with a sauna and a Turkish bath, Hotel Evropa is located in a historic building in the heart of Belgrade, close to the National Assembly building. It offers luxuriously appointed, air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi.