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iskoch
04-28-2018, 02:49 PM
So, can local guys give us information about the city, what to do, what to see, what to eat...

Nemanja
04-30-2018, 05:21 PM
I am from Serbia,but not from Belgrade.I tell you ,what I know .Touristically,I know what you can find on Google .Temple of St Sava,who is from family of Serbian rulers,and he had important role for Serbian education. Temple is near of stadiums of Partizan and Crvena Zvezda .For visit is Kalemegdan,fortress ,above confluence of two rivers Sava and Danube.Main rule is street of Knez Mihailo .City are dirty,mostly is poor . People are too direct,and maybe undecent .Serbians are prevalently hostipeable toward strangers, except some nationalists .Belgrade Stark arena is beautiful,not so acustic.Abotu cuisine,I didnt big fan of Serbian cuisine,what to eat ,kajmak is some sort of cheese,cevap is flesh,we have solid beer ,to not advertise,you will see which have biggest prize . At generally ,culture derived many influences,approximately we are between Russians and Southern Europeans .Serbians symathized Cska because connection with Russians ,and friendly relationship with fans of Partizan,but from one part could be recognized like most power club,which Serbians dont prefer. Fenerbahce will have sympathy because Zeljko,Guduric,Kalinic and Vesely ,I suppose that Zalgiris also will have sympathy.So Real have problem ,but Doncic also have sympathy.We have also problem with authority so our counrty isnt so edited .

Cuneyt
05-14-2018, 12:36 PM
Any recommendations from locals on what to eat, where to go, where to drink?
I do not want to be visiting the touristic locations...where would a Serb go to drink and eat in Belgrade?

Nemanja
05-14-2018, 04:12 PM
I wrote what to eat,I am not from Belgrade,so I cant tell you about locals .

TerryMulhern
03-12-2019, 12:46 PM
I usually check The Crazy Tourist travel guides. Though I prefer hiking and mountaineering to an average trip, but still. I've been to Serbia, but it was a trip to Novi Sad (with our Melbourne travel logic projects (http://yourhomeworkhelp.org/logic-homework-help/) club).
A few posts (hope these are helpful):
https://www.thecrazytourist.com/25-best-things-belgrade-serbia/
https://www.nomadasaurus.com/things-to-do-in-belgrade-serbia/

EdwardoWilliams
03-29-2019, 01:50 PM
I hope this post will be actual.
My friends and I booked three tours with the company- Walking tour in Belgrade, two-day trip to Western Serbia and a day-trip to Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci.
Every aspect of the tours was excellent, ranging from the booking experience to the tours themselves. Igor, who was our guide in Belgrade, was knowledgeable, engaging, and we benefited from his love for all things related to Serbian food. Your own opinion you can publish here (https://writingpeak.co.uk/buy-research-papers).
Darko, our second guide for the other two trips, was fun and a walking database of history, current affairs and all kinds of knowledge. Our stay on Zlatiborski and Tara mountains was perfect.
We have enjoyed our time in Serbia tremendously and could not thank them enough :).

vivo
08-23-2019, 07:20 PM
Hello fellow Serbian IBN friends, I'd like to visit Belgrad sometime after November and I have thought maybe I can catch a Crvena Zvezda and/or Partizan game. Which month is a good time to visit Belgrade and close-by places? Are there any games I should or shouldn't aim for? I'm not in a hurry to make a plan but wanted to tentatively ask info + it would be nice to meet people from IBN when I get there.

CoachZ
08-23-2019, 09:54 PM
Hello fellow Serbian IBN friends, I'd like to visit Belgrad sometime after November and I have thought maybe I can catch a Crvena Zvezda and/or Partizan game. Which month is a good time to visit Belgrade and close-by places? Are there any games I should or shouldn't aim for? I'm not in a hurry to make a plan but wanted to tentatively ask info + it would be nice to meet people from IBN when I get there.

I would've loved to be your host during that time, but I will be in China until summer 2020. Anyway, here are some of my recommendations.

- January is the coldest month, also basically from Dec 31st to Jan 15th, is holiday season in Serbia and you won't be able to do much, few places work etc.
- Depends on how long you want to stay, but what I think is a great opportunity to get some cool games is end of January. We will play Efes at home on Jan 31st, few days later you will have the derby Zvezda vs Partizan and then February 5th you will have Panathinaikos as well. You will get 3 amazing games in less than a week. Arena is always crazy when Panathinaikos comes, a lot of hatred there :D That could be perfect, and the tickets for all 3 shouldn't set you back much.

I am sure you will love Belgrade, once you set the dates let me know, I will send you some recommendations and events happening at that time of the year.

vivo
08-24-2019, 04:15 PM
I would've loved to be your host during that time, but I will be in China until summer 2020. Anyway, here are some of my recommendations.

- January is the coldest month, also basically from Dec 31st to Jan 15th, is holiday season in Serbia and you won't be able to do much, few places work etc.
- Depends on how long you want to stay, but what I think is a great opportunity to get some cool games is end of January. We will play Efes at home on Jan 31st, few days later you will have the derby Zvezda vs Partizan and then February 5th you will have Panathinaikos as well. You will get 3 amazing games in less than a week. Arena is always crazy when Panathinaikos comes, a lot of hatred there :D That could be perfect, and the tickets for all 3 shouldn't set you back much.

I am sure you will love Belgrade, once you set the dates let me know, I will send you some recommendations and events happening at that time of the year.

Much appreciated man, looks like a good start for me to set a date. I'll ask further info when/if it is certain.