Journals Serbia

Belgrade - Simply the Best

Created by fizzytom on November 21, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Three days in the Serbian capital - after many years of dreaming of a visit

First steps in Serbia - Arriving in Nis

Created by fizzytom on October 7, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Two days in Serbia: exploring this historic and quirky city. Visit the skull tower, tour the concentration camp, buy peppers at the market....

White city, blue Danube, black heart.

Created by captain oddsocks on May 1, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

Powerful men; intimidating women; gritty urban streetscapes; diverse inner-city neighbourhoods; pumping nightlife. Big brash Belgrade is the New York of the Balkans.

Sleeping and Eating in Belgrade

Created by LenR on May 19, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Belgrade is slowly rejoining the wider world. This journal is for those who wish to visit before the rest of the world catches on.

Exploring Belgrade

Created by LenR on May 5, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Although it is not the most attractive city in Europe, Belgrade has a number of attractions that make a visit worthwhile. Here are some.



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Novi Sad Not so Sad

Created by dangaroo on August 11, 2008

1 Review

A description of Novi Sad

The City of Many Tales

Created by Beograd on May 8, 2007

7 Reviews
1 Story

This is a city with such soul that it's unbelievable.

The White City - Beograd

Created by ucrnojgori on May 9, 2005

6 Reviews
1 Story

In spite of its recent history, Belgrade, or Beograd, as it is called in the local language, is a large and vibrant cosmospolitan city. And unlike other European cities like Prague or Vienna, Belgrade remains untainted by mass tourism, providing a more 'real' experience.

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Reconstructing experiences in S.E. Europe

Created by Styopa on July 18, 2003

1 Review

Brief summary of Belgrade. Pah! What can I say in 200 words?

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Serbian Friends

Created by angie cadie on March 12, 2003

1 Review
1 Story

Myself and boyfriend Paul started in London to meet up with our long lost buddy Keith, flew to Munich where we hopped on a train to Belgrade. Nervous and unsure what to expect we travelled on to reach our Serbian friend. He was hosting a jazz festival and invited us.

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