Welcome to our unique, airy and spacious two-levels apartment with three bedrooms. It is located in one of the most beautiful buildings of Novi Sad builded in the very beginning of 20th century. It is just two minutes by walk to the central pedestrian zone of the city. The apartment has all new furniture, a big and incredibly comfortable sofa, a flat 48-inch TV with international cable channels, an air-con, and free Wi-Fi. There are also a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms and a balcony.
“It was great stay at Sergey's place. Very spacious, and the view is amazing. Great location, very close to city center, but not noisy at all. Sergey was very helpful, with chances I had to do about reservation. Highly recommend.”
Apartment is comfortable new place for guests all over the World. It is 37m2 apartment with 2 rooms, bedroom and living room. Bedroom 1 full bed for 2, closet. Free Wifi. Living room 1 sofa bed for 2/ big and comfortable. Air condition . FREE PRIVATE SECURE PARKING in the Building! Great location ! City Center/Old Town is 6/10 min by foot . Sports Center SPENS and Shopping mall Promenada is from 500 m. City beach Strand on Danube is 1 km *15 min by foot. Private Driver Belgrade Airport-NS
“Good location! You can walk to some attractions, the room looks warmly decorated, and the owner is careful in the details! Message reply quickly! The pictures of the check-in guide were very helpful, so we quickly found the location, but when we took a shower on the last stack, we found that the water temperature was slowly running out, I do n’t know what the reason was, everything else was good.”
I have designed, fully renovated and equipped brand NEW apartment to be a perfect base for YOUR exploration of Belgrade. It is fully equipped with new furniture and amenities, clean, tidy and sunny, at walking distance from majority of ``must see`` locations
“Andrej is an excellent host while his apartment is nicely decorated, well equipped, clean and settled in the nice part of the city which is close to all major attractions of Belgrade.”