For a smaller budget you will find 19 options in Belgrade, such as Motel Dobre Nade with rates from 34US$ that features a free parking lot and a free private parking lot. Hotel N is situated within walking distance of Marsal Tito's Grave and offers affordable rooms at 37US$ per night. Guests searching for a budget stay in Belgrade can try Arkabarka Floating Hostel, situated in Vračar district, and which offers a sauna, canoeing and cycling.
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Where to stay in Belgrade?
Best cheap hotels in Belgrade
Belgrade airports & Subway stations
Knock Knock is a 30-minute walk from Nikola Tesla airport and offers complimentary parking and complimentary private parking. Central Station Hostel is a 5-minute walk from Belgrade Central train station and offers rooms with 22US$ price policy.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Hotel Helvetia is a 4-star pick for travelers looking to stay right in the heart of Belgrade's center, with a Jacuzzi and a spa center. Hotel Rex will put you in downtown Belgrade within walking distance of popular tourist places like a church, a parliament building and a cathedral, Book a hotel in Vračar district, such as Nevski that offers views of the sea.
If you're traveling to Belgrade for pleasure and want to stay in the center, book a hotel next to Bust of Dimitrije Tucovic, such as Smokvica Vracar B&B. Hostel 360º is nestled next to Museum of Vuk and Dositej, in Zemun district.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Belgrade
Hotel Mint offers luxurious accommodation and free self-parking, a golf course and a swimming pool. Visit Villa Panorama to experience this fascinating site – a must-see for people interested in staying in Rakovica district. If these hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Hotel M or Hotel Sumadija to benefit from reliable service and be close to Monument to Vuk Karadžić.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Apartment Slavia District is a comfy apartment in the very center of Belgrade, which is a marvelous choice for those who prefer home-like atmosphere and perks of the central location. If you are looking for a B&B in Belgrade, Designer Apartments President is a valid option in Savski Venac district not far from Bajloni Market. For those who have come for business purposes, Hostel Parliament is a good place, a 15-minute walk from Music and Light Fountain. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Metropol Palace in Vračar district, offering views of the park.
City Guide: Discover the best of Belgrade
Belgrade is caught between its past and present.
The city breathes with the nostalgia of old days, but hides it under the image of fun-filled city. Over time, it has become a really chic destination, but in its downtown you still can enjoy one of the oldest European capitals.
From its past to present, Belgrade is a charming destination. You can experience it with Booked.net. From cheap hotels in Belgrade to luxury offers all available with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
In Belgrade the most developed art form is that of enjoying itself, perhaps which is understandable given the city’s past.
Whether you are about the city's modern social whirl, or its communist past under the rule of the ex-president Slobodan Milosevic, you will find something to keep yourself entertained in Belgrade.
Even though Belgrade makes efforts to abandon its socialist legacy and move forward, it is stuck in past days. This constant image of its past is reflected in the beautiful orthodox churches and communist-era governmental buildings and brick facades in downtown. Other attractions include;
- Knez Mihailova Street, a central pedestrian-only street in Belgrade
- Kalemegdan, a former military fortification, but today serves as central park of Belgrade
- Skadarlija breathes with nostalgia of old Belgrade
- The National Museum has more than 400,000 exhibits including Italian Art Collection
- The Temple of Saint Sava, Serbia’s largest Orthodox Temple from 1935
All these sites are soaked in the history of Belgrade that makes it the oldest city in Europe. Relics of civilization in the city, sitting at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube Rivers date back to the Paleolithic period. Belgrade often changed hands from the Romans to the Turks, but the Serbians took over the area in 1284. Actually, Belgrade began to take the shape of modern metropolis only in the 20th century when the railway station and river port arrived to the city. Since then it has undergone a radical change that only the architecture is a reminder of old Belgrade today.
Architecture is the only way to relive the city's past as with the times it has converted into a fun-filled destination and cultural hub of Serbia. Belgrade lays a claim to chic European destination with a large number of dining choices, cheerful bars and the best nightlife in southeast Europe.
This change to tourist-friendly destination has led to Belgrade becoming a very sociable city. There you can meet welcoming locals chatting in cafes, strolling parks and drinking beer in the stylish pubs. This cultural vibe makes Belgrade such an unforgettable experience you’ll want to go back there again and again. Your trip to Belgrade takes a click at Booked.net.