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  • An American encounter in BelgradeI arrived safely at my hostel in Belgrade after a seamless three-hour bus journey from Užice. After settling my stuff in and saying hello to the friendly owner and his wonderful massive Italian mastiff (cane corso), I headed out into Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Apr 30, 2022
  • A very special day in UžiceThere were one or two more normal classes first thing and then the next couple of hours were taken up with final rehearsals and getting ready for the Show. The Show went really well - both classes put on a Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Sep 19, 2021
  • Užice, SerbiaI've had an absolutely wonderful week so far, teaching higher-level General English to older students. Both classes are incredibly lovely - some of the nicest I've ever taught - as are also the contact teacher, the rest of the teachers Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jul 11, 2021
  • Back to the BalkansI'm back in the Balkans for the coming week, in Serbia to be precise. Serbia is new to me, but I've already been reminded of other Balkan countries I've been to. I'm teaching in a small city called Užice (pronounced oo-zhi-tse), Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jul 1, 2021
  • Day forty-one - the long journey to Ljubljana==Beograd Centar AKA Prokop== The train to Ljubljana left the station at 10.35am. Beograd Centar is a strange building. Apparently, the stately and historic old building was closed and will now become a museum. It seems to relate Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Oct 21, 2019
  • Day forty - a day in Belgrade==Exploring the City== My host Sanja advised me that there was a bus right outside that could take me into town. Looking at the map, it was probably only a 30 minute stroll so thought I’d Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Oct 17, 2019
  • Day thirty-nine - three train journey to Belgrade==Belgrade bound== My first train was at 9.30 and as the station was just 15 minutes away, I didn’t need to be out of the apartment too early. The pavement of Kozloudui Street was very smooth compared to other streets Posted by Cath_Greig in Caucasus adventures | Oct 14, 2019
  • Belgrade by foot!Republic Square, with the statue of the Prince riding a horse (hence, the local slang name for this square "to the horse")I slept at 2am the previous night! Or s Posted by vikramonthemove in Serbia and Amsterdam | Mar 16, 2018
  • I'm here, Serbia!Wow, it was nearly midnight when we landed. But as I've seen with most airports in E EU and Asia, it was still buzzing with activity. There were about 3-4 flight Posted by vikramonthemove in Serbia and Amsterdam | Mar 15, 2018
  • Serbia: Belgrade and Novi SadBelgrade, the capital of Serbia, has a population of 1.4 million. It is situated strategically at the confluence of two rivers: the Sava and the Danube. It may h Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Balkans | May 28, 2019
  • Belgrade, SerbiaCity tour this morning of Belgrade including the Kalemegdan Fortress, the House of Flowers (aka Tito’s Memorial) and the 2nd largest Orthodox Church, Sava Church. We would have liked to take the bike ride option, but didn’t want to miss Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 3, 2019
  • SerbiaAnother lovely day. Every forecast threatens rain, but we haven’t seen any. Today we sailed between Romania and Serbia, stopping twice on the Serbia side as we rravelled through the Iron Gate section of the Danube and passed the Djerdap 1 Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | May 2, 2019
  • Nis. Nis. Recharging in Nis. To be honest neither of us had ever heard of Nis before we started planning this ho Posted by irenevt in Trips to the Balkans. | Mar 12, 2019
  • Belgrade. Sweet Smelling Serbian Roses. Belgrade. We first went to Belgrade around 1988. At that time there was still a Yugoslavia and Belgrade was Posted by irenevt in Trips to the Balkans. | Mar 12, 2019
  • Belgrade Never trust your first impression when visiting a new city. After checking into my Airbnb, I needed to buy my bus pass for my next adventure. The bus/train station was a 10 minute walk from my Airbnb and the area Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Oct 16, 2018
  • Belgrade and Novi Sad, SerbiaWe flew from Nuremberg, Germany to Belgrade, Serbia on Wizz Air - a discount airline based in Hungary. The trick to flying cheaply is to have only carry-on luggage. We paid a bit extra for large carry ons - 55 cm maximum Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Cheap Seats At The Opera | Sep 24, 2018
  • JOHN TRAVOLTA IN SERBIA[center][/center] ===The film “Saturday Night Fever”, starring John Travolta, was released at the end of 1977. It Posted by ADAMYAMEY in ONCE UPON A TIME IN YUGOSLAVIA | Sep 9, 2018
  • SerbiaWe drove the 15km from Dragoman to the Serbian border to join a melee of western European vehicles that we presume were heading home from their summer holidays. It took us nearly two hours to get through all the formalities Posted by aliceandguy in Return of the Gav | Sep 2, 2018
  • Beograd[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871419/large_IMGP Posted by UliS in Around the Adriatic Sea | May 15, 2018
  • Memories of BelgradeSome of my memories of Belgrade don't have photos to go with them but I feel a need to record them in words, so I don't forget how special a place this is. First of all I am staying not Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 14, 2015
  • Zemun and Belgrade....Two Forts on the DanubeSince before Roman times there have been fortresses on high ground above the towns of Zemun and Belgrade. These were military outposts which protected the peoples of the area and more importantly the trade and travel routes that the Danube Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 8, 2015
  • Belgrade...Tesla, Saint Sava, and my happy place..I am so far behind with my blogging I have decided to just throw a few things together in an attempt to catch up. Today is my last day in Belgrade before taking a train to Budapest, and I'm trying Posted by astrix7 in Europe 2015 | Jul 11, 2015
  • Kaona MonasteryKaona is a location little outside of the village named Draginje, municipality Vladimirci in Western Serbia, region call Machva. This village is known for its Monastery. The Kaona Monastery belongs to the Eparchy of Šabac. There are 7 monasteries that Posted by Odiseya in Serbian Orthodox Monasteries in Serbia | Apr 8, 2018
  • IntroductionIntroduction I want to present world less known destinations in Serbia. This blog will be dedicated to Serbian Orthodox (Christian) Monasteries I visited. Posted by Odiseya in Serbian Orthodox Monasteries in Serbia | Apr 8, 2018
  • BelgradeSunday around 2 PM I got into Belgrade, where the biggest difference with Sofia the temperature was. Sofia was wet but still reasonalby warm; however, on the way to Belgrade I saw the first snow and in Belgrade itself it Posted by reinder.prins in Athens to Australia, the scenic route | Dec 6, 2010
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