Eastern Europe & Russia
is way more than I could ever expect! I spent the winter 2007/2008 in there, and completely fell in love with the city, its people and all. I can't wait to come back in August this year! I highly recommend Belgrade for anyone who's in for something quite different -- and much more exciting -- than western Europe. It's my favourite city in the whole wide world!
is a somewhat gritty place, it is certainly worth visiting -- there are interesting museums, churches, and of course, the Kalemegdan Citadel. One can still see vestiges of the Kosovo War -- buildings that were bombed and have not been repaired since, but the inhabitants have tentatively moved on to a new era of integration with the rest of the world. I was surprised how many people spoke English and were friendly to an American traveler -- I regret only spending a day there. It's the capital of a country still largely undiscovered by tourism at this point.
is a very beautiful country filled with lovely parks and friendly people. I have really enjoyed my stay and wish to come back next time.
I was so surprised by
that I decided to stay for a full week! You need to get connected with locals in order to really experience the city. There are so many things to discover! And if you feel that restaurants are expensive, just let the locals take you to some real local restaurants -- great food, great prices!
I really liked my stay here in
-- the country has lots of interesting places and very beautiful ladies. It's nice being here.
Every time I want to return to
! Belgrade is a nice city where I want to walk all the night through.
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