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- A city steeped in history, the capital of Serbia is brimming with historical buildings and museums. Look for a hotel near Pariska Street if you want options to choose from that are close to the National Museum in Belgrade, Belgrade Fortress and more. We recommend Mama Shelter Belgrade for its relaxed atmosphere as well as its proximity to the main historical buildings.
- A popular tourist site, the historical area of Skadarlija is a must for anyone looking to take in the city. Make sure to book a hotel close by if you want to be near this bohemian hotspot. We recommend looking along Bulevar Despota Stefana to ensure a good selection of hotels for any budget.
- When the weather is nice, tourists and locals flock to the beaches of Ada Ciganlija, Belgrade’s island-turned-peninsula, which sits along the Sava River. A perfect spot to visit whether you’re travelling alone or with the children, it’s always bustling so make sure to book a hotel nearby. We recommend Flow Hotel as it is actually on the peninsula and puts you right in the middle of the action. Alternatively, Bed and Breakfast Ada Ciganlija is a 20min walk from the peninsula and located near the main highway, making it easy to access.
- If you’re a fan of the theatre, you won’t want to miss out on a chance to watch a performance at the National Theatre. We recommend the Courtyard by Marriott Belgrade City Center to put you a stone’s throw away from the building.
- Football is a very serious endeavour in Belgrade and if you want to catch a game yourself you should look for hotels near Rajko Mitic Stadium. Hotels like the Vila Bulevar or B&B Klub 011 will allow you to experience the game without the hassle of finding somewhere to park.
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