Entire home/flat

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds


Entire home/flat

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

2 Beds

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About this listing

This charming studio is located 10 minutes from Republic square, in a quite surroundings of old Dorcol, just across a backyard of former monastery, over-viewing ancient plant trees. The apartment building was built in 2014 and is doorman-secured.


The space
Accommodates: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Room type: Entire home/flat

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: £9 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: £9
Weekly Discount: 10%
Weekend Price: £43 / night

Description

The space

Located in a quite surroundings of old Dorcol, 10 minutes walk from Republic square, 5 minutes to Kalemegdan fortress and 5 minutes from Danube promenade. On the 4. floor of luxury office-apartment townhouse “Live in Dorcol”, built in 2012. Doorman secured with 24-hour surveilance. Has terrace with the view of beautiful century-old plaintrees growing in the backyard of former Catolic monastery. Free street parking in the area.

Just a walk away you can find famous bohemian quarter Skadarlija, a perfect place to have dinner or lunch (the most renown restaurant is Three Hats). If you further explore the area around Skadarlija, you’ll get to Strahinica Bana street, the most prominent café street. I recommend Stelina for cake lovers, Supermarket to those who prefer fashionable places, or Insomnia to the cool ones.

As for a stroll outside City center, opportunities are various, but if you're visiting in summer don’t miss out bike ride to Ada, the so called "Belgrade seaside. It is more than 5 km of beaches, with many places for eat or drink.

Don't expect too much from Belgrade museums as National Museum and Contemporary Arts Museum are closed for reconstruction. Sometimes I’d tell my guests it's the World economic crisis to be blamed, but that was in 2008! The whole truth is political parties are not able to reach agreement on reconstruction plan and that’s why Serbia has no National Museum for the time being. One of our typical stories.

You can visit Ethnography Museum though, Military Museum, Nikola Tesla Museum or Tito Museum, which is actually a mausoleum. What's curious about it is that Tito’s grave hasn’t any Communist symbols engraved, although he was Party devoutee for all his life. Perhaps he had finally enlightened to what my father still hadn't - that the so called Communism was the biggest joke and biggest tragedy in history.

Anyhow, Belgrade is friendly place for visitors and most of the guests feel here at home, which is the whole point. It is not yet invaded by foreigners like Prague and Budapest and that's what most guests like - they feel Belgrade is still authentic, fresh and has cosmopolitan spirit.

As for a stroll outside City center, opportunities are various, but if you're visiting in summer don’t miss out bike ride to Ada, the so called "Belgrade seaside. It is more than 5 km of beaches, with many places for eat or drink.

Don't expect too much from Belgrade museums as National Museum and Contemporary Arts Museum are closed for reconstruction. Sometimes I’d tell my guests it's World economic crisis to be blamed, but that was 3 years ago! The whole truth is political parties are not able to reach agreement on reconstruction plan and that’s why Serbia has no National Museum for the time being. One of our typical stories.

You can visit Ethnography Museum though, Military Museum, Nikola Tesla Museum or Tito Museum, which is actually mausoleum. What's curious about it is that Tito’s grave hasn’t any Communist symbols engraved, although he was Party member for all his life. Perhaps he had finally enlightened to what my father still hadn't - that the so called Communism was the biggest joke in history.

Anyhow, Belgrade is friendly place for visitors and most of the guests feel here at home, which is the whole point. It is not yet invaded by foreigners like Prague and Budapest and that's what most guests like - they feel Belgrade is still authentic, fresh and has cosmopolitan spirit.

Interaction with guests

Guests can call us any time to get any kind of advice how to get around in the neighborhood.

The neighbourhood

Beautiful Danube promenade is nearby, bicycle lane heading to Ada and Zemun, Zoo and famous cafe street Strahinica Bana.

Getting around

There is a bus 26 to Republic square, but you won't need it.


Cancellations

Moderate

Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Availability
3 nights minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

1 Review


Rodrigo User Profile
October 2015
The place was really nice, the street quiet and located in a historical neighbourhood with loads of cafes, bars and restaurants nearby. They were really helpful organising airport-flat-airport transport. I would love to go to Belgrade again and definitely will contact them again if I'm lucky enough to go to Serbia again.

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Belgrade, Serbia · Joined in August 2010
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