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  • 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 joannereyes 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= 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
  • Bucharest to BudapestToday was a busy day, as we had tours both in the morning and afternoon. We started with a city tour of Belgrade, a city that has truly embraced the West in every way. Our first stop was Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Aug 18, 2017
  • Operation Plan B - Macedonia to Serbia Day 57 Thursday July 20 2017 / Plan B / Ohrid to Mladenovac / 562 KM / Border Crossing Macedonia to Serbia *A day to remember family Birthdays - SG's Mum now 87 years old & still going strong. And Posted by sagbucks in A Truck Trip Still With No Name | Jul 22, 2017
  • Back to Hungary Again no real plan but just drive over the border into Romania and see a couple of towns. The border was much more like we are used to, scanned passports and no stamp. Turns out our first attempt at looking at Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jul 9, 2017
  • Bela Crkva Lakes Well apart from driving into the wrong campsite and not being able to get out again due to a couple of Serbian cars driving into each other, the shortish trip away from the hot city to the cool lakes was Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jul 6, 2017
  • Novi SadArrived in Novi Sad this morning. Bus trip to see a Monastry but no photos allowed. There was a wedding about to go in so we didn't get long. Then off to see a little village. Posted by DanutaS in Budapest to Black Sea and back to Budapest | Jun 18, 2016
  • Red hot in SerbiaWe had been experiencing 34° in Hungary but with gentle breezes around the lakes; we arrived in Serbia to a heat wave of 39°C which is 15° higher than the June average. We drove to the nearest border crossing to Pécs Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Jul 3, 2017
  • "By walking, we can afford to eat" And so it begins. Having been many months in the planning, I arrived on the Saturday night in Belgrade, capital of Serbia, to meet up with my good friend Johan, who I hadn't seen in over Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Jul 11, 2015
  • Walking Tour around this turbulent cityIt was nice warm day around 30 degrees today with high humidity so it was pretty hot walking around from 10am until 4.30pm. Our little feet were burning hot when we came back to the hostel to rip Posted by hillbillyramsey in Hilary's Travelpod blog | May 30, 2016
  • Train travel to SerbiaSome Slovenian history – from the mid 14[sup]th[/sup] century Austria controlled Slovenia until 1918. After WW1 western Slovenia was handed to Italy as Austro – Hungarian post war repatriations and the northern part stayed with Austria. The re Posted by hillbillyramsey in Hilary's Travelpod blog | May 29, 2016
  • Last few days in SerbiaHaving crossed back into Serbia, we stopped for lunch in Apatin, and were suddenly the centre of attention from some 15 or so schoolchildren wanting to practice their English and know all about us. We gave them our blog address Posted by thebeegees in Our cycle by the river | Jun 5, 2017
  • The cars of Serbia. Some of the memories of Serbia were of the old cars, vans and lorries that we have not seen around for years. These pics are a snapshot of some of them. Some of them are in rather better condition than Posted by thebeegees in Our cycle by the river | Jun 5, 2017
  • Fellow travellers en route to Novi SadWe were on our way to Novi Sad, when we spotted some fellow cycle tourists under a tree. They turned out to be a group of 4 Frenchmen from the Alsace and there were under a cherry tree picking cherries. Posted by thebeegees in Our cycle by the river | Jun 2, 2017

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