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Serbia hotels — where to stay
What wonderful people live in Serbia! Communicating with them is one of the warmest memories of the trip. In a foreign country you can feel uncomfortable, but Serbs treat tourists as honored guests or good friends. If you're unlucky with the weather or transport then warm welcome and sincere participation in your difficulties will cheer you up. A request to put in the right direction is taken literally. The seller can easily leave his counter and personally escort you. And there you are sitting in a tavern for a mug of Serbian Jelen Pivo and sincere conversation. On the table there are traditional dishes: sauerkraut, ciorba soup, fresh bread, vegetable salad with pepper and chevapchichi – grilled sausages of different kinds of meat, insanely delicious. After your meal you can look at a bar. Even in small towns there are places where stunning live concerts are organized. In the evenings clubs are filled as good music in Serbia is very respected. Serbia is a friendly country where you never feel lonely.
What to do and what to see
A day or two is enough for sightseeing in each town. If you have no car we advise you to move across the country by bus as it is comfortable, cheap, and the distances are short. To Belgrade tourists often come for a weekend. Sightseeing begins with a visit to the Belgrade Fortress. On the vast territory of historical and cultural complex there is a picturesque Kalemegdan Park, an impressive military museum, and even a zoo. A nearby hotel is the best accommodation choice in Belgrade: Central Park Residence.
Novi Sad is a city where you want to stay longer. Serbs themselves say that it is extremely favorable for life: clean, quiet, even a showpiece city. There is a fortress here – Petrovaradin offering stunning views of the city and the Danube River. A few kilometers from Novi Sad the National Park Fruska Gora is located. Lovers of useful outdoor recreation will like a five-star hotel and spa Premier Aqua.
In the north of the country there is an architecturally attractive city of Subotica with the largest Catholic population. Southern Region has a mountainous terrain. During warmer months the trails between the rural settlements are very popular with cyclists. In winter ski centers near the towns of Zlatibor, Mokra Gora, Kopaonik, Stara Planina (Falkensteiner Hotel Stara Planina) are at your disposal.
Where to stay
Hotels in Serbia with the cost of 50-80 Euros/day provide high quality service. In Belgrade these are Hotel Srbija Garni, Booking Rooms, Queen's Astoria Design Hotel, Dominic Luxury Suites. The same price category is offered by spacious apartments: City Break Apartments Chic and Luxury, Prestige Locations Serviced Apartments. The most famous hotel in Belgrade with a rich history and a long list of famous guests is the Hotel Moskva.
As for the cheap options in the capital, they are Vila Terazije, Hotel Bristol, Hotel Royal, Hotel Posta. Slightly away from the center but close to the main attraction of Belgrade – the Temple of Saint Sava – there is a low-cost hotel Slavija.
Along with ski resorts in the southern region of Serbia there are many thermal springs on which basis numerous spa hotels and wellness centers work: Cvetni Konaci Hotel, Solaris Resort Hotel, Atomic Spa and Rehabilitation Center Vujan, Apart Hotel & Spa Zoned.
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