Many people are now flocking to visit Europe. Indeed Europe has a lot of eye-catching sights that people all over the world should see. While you’re in Europe, might as well check out everything that you need to check out, like Serbia, for example.
Today, Serbia is a modern, democratic European country, on the path to membership of the European Union, which a diverse range of visitors – from young backpackers to participants in congresses and fairs – visit every day. Statistically, the most-visited tourist destinations are the cities of Belgrade and Novi Sad, the mountains of Kopaonik and Zlatibor and the spa towns of Vrnjačka Banja and Sokobanja. With that said, one can expect a whole bunch of tourists checking in and out of hotels.
But hotels are pretty much expensive. It would be wise to stay in a beautiful hostel instead of a very expensive hotel that would more or less provide you the same comfort but for a lower price.
Hostel Bridge Belgrade is a new, small, cozy and lovely decorated chic hostel. It is located in the very heart of Belgrade, within walking distance of the major cultural attractions. This hostel makes the perfect base to explore the vibrant city of Belgrade. With just a few minutes walk from all the best hang outs and shopping streets, very close to the main pedestrian zone (Knez Mihajlova Street) and central city square (Republic square), Hostel Bridge is a great place to stay for those who wish to shop after a busy day out.
Republic square is the heart of the city, surrounded by the National theatre, National museum, restaurants and cafes with monument of Duke Mihailo Obrenovic in the middle. When a local tells you that you will meet “kod konja” it means that you will meet right there. This spot is always crowded with people rushing by, waiting for someone or taking a break in cafes. Bohemian quarter Skadarlija is unavoidable place to taste local specialties. Nearly all restaurants have live music. Getting to the Skadarlija takes about five-six minutes walking from the hostel.
In the close vicinity of the hostel is also Kalemegdan Fortress. The oldest part of Belgrade, Fortress Kalemegdan, is at the confluence of the Sava and Danube. This cultural and historical complex with amazing park, beautiful walking paths, shady benches, picturesque fountains and spectacular panoramic views of Belgrade will make you feel at ease like you are truly getting away from everything.
Hostel is just three minutes walk from bus and train terminals and it offers sophisticated, elegant and comfortable accommodation in downtown.
The hostel takes pride in their up-to-date facilities that could practically go head to head against expensive hotels. Aside from providing guests with welcome drinks once they arrive, the hotel has free Wi-Fi connection in rooms and in the common rooms. Each room has free hot showers that guests could take advantage of as well as hair dryers. The hostel also has bicycles for rent with a provision of safe and secure storage space for bicycles that guests may be bringing along.
Reviews from other guests who stayed at the hostel are great. They even gave the rate of 98% customer satisfaction to the hostel, with 100% rating for the overall cleanliness of the place. So if you happen to be in the neighborhood for a few days, you may want to try checking in the Hostel Bridge.
For those people visiting Serbia, you may want to visit the city of Prague. See the top reasons to visit Prague.