Beli Grad Youth Hostel

Nemanjina 42, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
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Good time to visit?

by Durfun

Hi,

Was wondering if anyone can tell me the best time (month) to vist this capital please?

When would temperatures be around 27C or thereabouts?

In Jul/Aug is it mostly in the mid to late 30s??

Thank you

Re: Good time to visit?

by sibencanka

Hi.Here in Belgrade best time to visit is June,September,if You dont like temperature 30s.Now is cold,it is raining.My suggestion is come in Belgrade after 25 May.So come here 25.May-30.June and in September.

Re: Good time to visit?

by Durfun

Thanks guys.

Hey, Keti, the holidayers... do they pick cooler climes??

Thanks

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Re: Good time to visit?

by paulhanson

One of my friends is going to Belgrade next month. He'll be happy to know that "May is the best time ever to visit Serbia and Belgrade".

Re: Good time to visit?

by sibencanka

Hi.Yes the May is the best time to visit Belgrade.I agree with my friend Fugu,after 20.June is hot here.This year a weather prognoze is litlle different then last year.So,all May and half of June is perfect.In last days of June people allready going to vacation.We are crazy about sea,so the city is not full of people.

Re: Good time to visit?

by matisl

Just a curiosity. Is the humidity different in the northern and southern parts of Serbia? I always found the air to be quite dry during the day, and a little humid at night (at least when compared to Estonia). Even 40 degrees (what i was told, didn't see any thermometers) in Belgrade in August wasn't too bad.

Re: Good time to visit?

by lavieestbon

I will be going to Belgrade between 26 and 29 May. What would be the temperature and weather like? Will it be cool in the morning and evenings? Not sure what clothing I have to bring.

Re: Good time to visit?

by Durfun

Hey Keti, Pardon my ignorance, but what's the issue with Montenegro??

I'll be visiting that country too, so would like to understand the underlying issues/tensions/sentiments/politics, etc.

Thank you.

Re: Good time to visit?

by Durfun

Thanks.

Can one tell the other apart from one's accent? How different are the languages?

Travel Tips for Belgrade

Events in Belgrade-"The Street of Open Heart"

by vesna04

The Street of Open Heart is held in Svetogorska Street on January the 1st. In fact, it is the New Year Carnival. The highlights of the event is the participation of the actors from Atelje 212 Belgrade Theatre .

Hram Svetog Save - The Orthodox Church of St. Sava

by Skipka

The one of the biggest orthodox cathedrals in the world is not friendly to me :) Every time when I want to visit it it is closed or in reconstruction. However, thanks to its greatness there is always much work to do.

The construction of this beautiful jewel of Belgrade began in 1894 on sacral place where were burnt the relics of Saint Sava brought from the monastery Mileseva following the orders of Sinan Pasha in 1594. The style and architecture is a great work of two architects Bogdan Nestorovic and Aleksandar Deroko who presented their plan that was accepted in 1926. As this part of the world is "rich" on conflicts and wars, construction was interrupted by airstrikes at the beginning of WW II and since 1985 it continues. However, after the last airstrikes by NATO the whole country is in very bad financial situation it is more harder to follow all needs of this monument.

When you visiting Belgrade you...

by batto

When you visiting Belgrade you must see Kalemegdan fortress, Temple of St.Sava, main streets - Srpskih vladara st. and Knez Mihailova st. and old part of town with lot of restaurants so called Skadarlija, Republic square and Square of Nikola Pasic.

History - 19th century

by Prasnjavi

(1806) Karadjordje set free Belgrade town and Belgrade became the capital of Serbia, again(1808) The Great School was established in Belgrade
(1813) The Turks recaptured Belgrade
(1815) Milos Obrenovic started the Second Serbian Insurrection
(1830) Sultan's hatiserif (charter) on Serbian autonomy
(1831) First printing-house in Belgrade was put into operation
(1835) First newspaper - "Novine srbske" was published in Belgrade
(1840) The First post office in Belgrade was opened(1841) Belgrade became the capital of the Princedom of Serbia in the first period of rule of Mihailo Obrenovic
(1855) First telegraphic line Belgrade - Aleksinac was established
(1862) Conflict at Cukur-cesma and bombardment of Belgrade town from the fortress under Turkish control led to international decision that the Turks must leave Belgrade (1867) In Kalemegdan, the Turkish commander of Belgrade Ali-Riza pasha gave the keys of Belgrade to Knez Mihailo. The Turks finally left Belgrade(1878) The Berlin Congress recognized the independence of Serbia
(1882) Serbia became a kingdom, and Belgrade its capita
(1883) First telephone lines were installed in Belgrade
(1884) Railway station and railway bridge over Sava were constructed
(1892) The first modern water supply network in Belgrade was put into operation
(1893) Electric lighting was introduced
(1894) The first electric tram was put into operation 1903 May coup d'etat - after the assassination of King Aleksandar Obrenovic, King Petar The First Karadjordjevic came to the throne of Serbia

blokovi in Novi Beograd

by elsebeth

this is an example of the interesting communistic architecture in Beograde.
These building go under one name of blokovi, which means something like blocks.
Its also goes under the name of the ghetto, and its not surprising that many creative souls dwell here.

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