Af-Terr Hostel

Obilicev Venac 8/5, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples66
  • Solo0
  • Business0

More about Belgrade




balcan steakbalcan steak

Knez MihailovaKnez Mihailova

Forum Posts

Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by Eastender11

We have a competition to go to in Belgrade in October. Please could someone give me tips on how to travel there as cheaply as possible from London, UK and also a reasonable place to stay. Many thanks

Re: Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by MacedonianUK

You can fly or drive.
Flights with budget airlines like Germanwings, but JAT also have cheap flights.
for JAT chechk:
With Germanwings, Stansted-Cologne/Bonn and than cologne/Bonn to belgrade.
There are good bargains at the moment. The leg Cologne/Bonn-Belgrade is 29 Euros
one way all in...
Wizzair, FlyNiki, BA and more fly to BG.
Belgrade Airport:
for stay choose ARKABARAK splav-Hostel on Danube, in New Belgrade part of town, overlooking the kalemegdan fortress & Old town or if you want something more central Hotel Royal is 5min walking from Knez Mihajlova st & Kalemegdan.. It is very good deal for central location.
The second option is to drive.
If you are few of you can be fun shearing drive to Belgrade.
I have done it countless times, from Cambridge UK to Bitola-Macedonia with few days stop in Belgrade, as I have family there...
Its takes 2 days and a ferry ride, but if you are not in a rush and its 4 of you can be cheaper option. I figured that trip expenses for Ford Focus come to around 450GBP return..
for some more ideas about Serbia check:
Have fun & happy travels.

Re: Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by Durfun


Wizzair ( started a flight from Luton to Belgrade from June 20. Prices are 26 UKP one way.

If you're happy to stay in a hostel, check out, and choose a place based on the revie ratings, paying particular attention to cleanliness, location, ease of transport to/from.

I'm going to Belgrade in September :-) Have a grand time.

Re: Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by Eastender11

Thank you for your help. Sadly we do not have time to drive, but it looks as though we may be able to find a cheap flight. I will report back on how we get on.

Re: Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by Eastender11

Durfun, thank you for the infomation on Whizz air. I did not know that they were going to fly there. It looks as though we may be able to go after all as it should be within our budget. I will let you know how we get on.

Re: Tips on how to travel from UK to Belgrade and where to stay

by MacedonianUK

Nema veze Fugu prijavljeni su...

Travel Tips for Belgrade


by croisbeauty

Bilo je uzbudljivo ponovo biti u Beogradu, pa makar to bilo i tako kratko, naime, odavdje sam imao let za Nairobi. Teško da mogu valjano procijeniti što se u medjuvremenu promijenilo, od 1990. kada sam zadnji puta posjetio Beograd jer zbog kratkoce boravka zadržao sam se na potezu Željeznicka stanica - Kalemegdan, a to je puno premalo za temeljitu procijenu. Sa sigurnošcu mogu reci samo jedno, vrelina beogradskog asfalta u ljetnom periodu ostala je nepromijenjena, dapace, cini se da je cak i porasla. Knez Mihajlova djeluje uredjenije, napose fasade na representativnim zgradama, dok su terase ispred kafica dodale svoj kolorit u ambijent koji je, prije svega ostalog, raj za pješake i shopere. Izlozi su sada puno atraktivniji, s daleko bogatijom ponudom roba, medjutim, jednako kao i u Zagrebu, i ovdje su se naselili neki brendovi koji nude, blago receno, samo smece.
Grad, u dijelu koji sam vidio, sada je puno cišci i primjetno je ljudi vode brigu oko toga.

Prince Mihailo Street

by Travelchili

Prince Mihailo Street was named after the Serbian ruler and the street designed according to the first Serbian city planner Emilijan Josemovic in 1867.

It is a busy street with many shops and cafes and people may often pass through without noticing the fascades of buildings that present a unique exhibition of Serbian architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. So, the conclusion is: when you walk around on Prince Mihailo Street, take your time to look up and see some very unique houses!

Freedom!!! not Glory was their aim!

by KonstantinII

When the Serbian Flag Flew Over the White House

On July 28, 1918, President Woodrow Wilson gave the following message to the American people. It was read in churches throughout the country and published in virtually all major newspapers. The Serbian flag was raised over the White House and all public buildings in this nation's capital. The message read:

To the People of the United States:

On Sunday, 28th of this present month, will occur the fourth anniversary of the day when the gallant people of Serbia, rather than submit to the studied and ignoble exactions of a prearranged foe, were called upon by the war declaration of Austria-Hungry to defend their territory and their homes against an enemy bent on their destruction. Nobly did they respond. So valiantly and courageously did they oppose the forces of a country ten times greater in population and resources that it was only after they had thrice driven the Austrians back and Germany and Bulgaria had come to the aid of Austria that they were compelled to retreat into Albania. While their territory has been devastated and their homes despoiled, the spirit of the Serbian people has not been broken. Though overwhelmed by superior forces, their love of freedom remains unabated. Brutal force has left unaffected their firm determination to sacrifice everything for liberty and independence.

It is fitting that the people of the United States, dedicated to the self-evident truth that is the right of the people of all nations, small as well as great, to live their own lives and choose their own Government, and remembering that the principles for which Serbia has so nobly fought and suffered are those for which the United States is fighting, should on the occasion of this anniversary manifest in an appropriate manner their war sympathy with this oppressed people who have so heroically resisted the aims of the Germanic nations to master the world. At the same time, we should not forget the kindred people of the Great Slavic race--the Poles, the Czechs and Jugo-Slavs, who, now dominated and oppressed by alien races yearn for independence and national unity.

This can be done in a manner no more appropriate than in our churches. I, therefore, appeal to the people of the United States of all faiths and creeds to assemble in their several places of worship on Sunday July 28, for the purpose of giving expression to their sympathy with this subjugated people and their oppressed and dominated kindred in other lands, and to invoke the blessings of Almighty God upon them and upon the cause to which they are pledged.

Woodrow Wilson, President,
The White House, July, 1918.


by ruki

BEANS is among the favorite local dishes that come in many forms, from soup to chowder, vegetarian and "army style". Beans are cooked with chopped onions, bay leaf and addition of meats, diced bacon or smoked spareribs, with roux in the end. Beans are usually accompanied with sausage, pork chops or similar kinds of meat. Salad is an indispensable accompaniment to beans. We recommend cabbage or roast peppers in oil with garlic. You will appreciate beer or spritzer with it.
Sauerkraut is traditional on the winter menu.

But, we also eat fresh cabbage, as salad, or cooked in many ways. PODVARAK is one of them. One cabbage is chopped in thin slices and sautéed on chopped onion. The vegetables are placed on fat with addition of diced bacon. It is subsequently baked in the oven and served with turkey or pork roast. It is a must on a Serbian dining table for winter holidays. High quality red wine will pair nicely with it.

WEDDING CABBAGE is cooked in a large clay pot for hours on end. It is made of sauerkraut, pieces of mutton, beef, pork and smoked meet with lots of onions and spices (pepper, salt, bay leaves). The taste of the dish is heavenly, and good red wine will make it even better.


by Christianne

NIKOLA PASIC SQUARE, designed by the architect OLGA MILICEVIC NIKOLIC. It is located between Terazije, Mose Pijade and Revolution Boulevard . It was built in 1953 and at the same time its fountain was laid out.


Popular Hotels in Belgrade

Continental Hotel Beograd

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 8 Reviews

Vladimira Popovica 10, Belgrade

Show Prices

Zira Hotel

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Ruzveltova 35, Belgrade

Show Prices

Hyatt Regency Belgrade

7 Reviews

Milentija Popovica 5, P.O. Box 067, Belgrade

Show Prices

Hotel Moskva

23 Reviews

Balkanska br.1, Belgrade

Show Prices

View all Belgrade hotels

View all Belgrade hotels

Latest Belgrade hotel reviews

51 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 25, 2014
Continental Hotel Beograd
40 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 4, 2014
Slavija B
63 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 4, 2014
Hotel Excelsior
352 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Hotel Balkan
126 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 3, 2014
Hotel Moskva
199 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Life Design Hotel
117 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 8, 2014
Best Western Hotel M Belgrade
63 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 25, 2014
Arkabarka Floating Hostel
51 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Metropol Palace
134 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
104 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 11, 2014
Hostel Belgrade Eye
8 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 13, 2014
Union Ad Hotel
26 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 4, 2014
53 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
IN Hotel Belgrade
99 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014