Accommodation in Belgrade - Belgrade is the only capital in Europe which is positioned on two rivers – the Danube and the Sava. In fact, it sits at the confluence of these two rivers for around 7,000 years. Over its long and tumultuous history, the Serbian capital has been destroyed 40 times and changed rulers over 60 times.
Although it is one of the world's oldest cities and being inhabited since the 279 BC, the contemporary Belgrade – Beograd or the White City - is thoroughly cosmopolitan, with large avenues, neoclassical and art-nouveau edifices next to the contemporary buildings and high-standard hotels. It is a modern European city where everyone feel at home in no time.
Accommodation in Belgrade / Group hotel booking Belgrade - Literally speaking, Belgrade is a home to more than 2 million people. It is the political, social, cultural, financial and commercial center of Serbia. Its present-day urban scenery reflects rocky history, multi-cultural personality as well as the world-class infrastructure and facilities.
Belgrade offers high standard accommodation, indulgent shopping, endless wining and dining, and a lively, very pulsating nightlife. In a nutshell - affordable hedonism throughout the year.
Rich in cultural heritage and historical sites, Belgrade's tourist attractions are mainly clustered in the old town which is at the same time the center of the metropolis.
The very heart of it is Trg Republike (Republic Square) with the statue of Knez Mihailo (Prince Michael) on horseback – the man who expelled the Ottomans from Serbia in the 19th century - and surrounded by the National Museum and the National Theatre.
The central Knez Mihailova Street is pedestrianized and lined with plenty of elegant cafes, bookstores, boutiques and art galleries, including the one in the magnificent building of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts which brings the spirit of French decoration and Art-Nouveau style in the architecture of Belgrade.
Where to stay in Belgrade / Group hotel booking Belgrade - The Knez Mihailova Street leads to one of the city's landmarks - Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan park, the focal point of Belgrade, rising on the hill above the confluence of two rivers. Some parts of the citadel date back to the first century, when Belgrade was known as the settlement of Sigidunum.
From the top of the ridge, were another Belgrade's landmark resides – the Statue of the Victor, opens up a great view of the New Belgrade across the Sava and the graceful tower of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel, commonly know as Saborna (The Cathedral).
Saint Sava Cathedral in Vracar is one of Belgrade's most famous landmarks. It is one of those cities that one can never stop exploring. Belgrade abounds in vivid museums and palaces: Old and New Palace, the Royal Palace and the White Palace, Princess Ljubica’s Residence, House of King Peter I, the House of Flowers (Kuca Cveca), the mausoleum of former Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito, which is a part of the Museum of Yugoslav History complex, Nikola Tesla Museum etc.
Accommodation in Belgrade - But there are lots of secret corners around the city that are not too obvious for visitors such as the Botanical Garden “Jevremovac”, a heavenly place close to the city center, or Savamala, a post-industrial area around the train lines, which lately has become home to the hippest restaurants, bars, clubs and art spaces in the city. Where to stay in Belgrade - Belgrade also loves to socialize and to party, so nowadays it is famous as one of Europe's hottest party destinations and nightlife mecca.
One of the things no one should miss is a night out on a splav,one of the city's widely known nightclub boats along the river banks. With its casual atmosphere, Belgrade offers a spontaneous welcome to visitors.
With its huge accommodation capacities Serbian capital can provide a fine lodgings to one and all who come for a visit no matter of the reason. The rich offer is ranging from inexpensive hostels to five-star hotels and top-notch suites.
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