Hotel Lav

Dusanova 240, Belgrade, 11080, Serbia
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A bus from Belgrade to Budapest

by sugit31

Hi, does anyone know if there are buses from Beograd to Budapest?

Re: A bus from Belgrade to Budapest

by berenices

I have travelled from Budapest to Belgrade and back. To Belgrade, I took the train, and it was perhaps one of my worst train rides anywhere. The distance between these two cities is a mere 315 kilometers, but the trip lasted from about 130pm to 1030 pm -- a gross 9 hours! the estimated arrival was something like 8pm, but many times on the Serbian side, the train slowed down and traveled very very slowly. We thought there were some problems, but apparently those who took this train often were used to this -- we were told that the tracks are old, had been damaged during the war so needed repairs and upgrading, so they had to go slow in certain sections. The border control took time, but that was understandable, the time for that was accounted for already, thus the 8pm arrival. And worse, we were traveling in summer and it was so hot, but the train seemed to have faulty airconditioning -- in our car it was unbearably hot while in the others (we bothered to check), it was too cold.

On our return to Budapest, we took the bus first to Novi Sad where we spent a few days and continued northwards to Hungary by bus later. I say, it was a more pleasant experience -- at least we were traveling at normal road speed and arrived at the expected time, for a total duration that's closer to what you'd expect of just over 300 km distance.

Re: A bus from Belgrade to Budapest

by jirzi

Hi,
direct bus line from Budapeast to Belgrade, daily, company: ORANGEWAYS, http://orangeways.com/en:
Budapest, OrangeWays bus station - Stadion FTC Népliget dep. 23:30
Budapest, Aiport, BUD Terminal 1 dep.23?45, BUD Terminal 2 dep. 23:59
Belgrade, BAS (Bus Station) arr. 07:00.
From Belgrade to Budapest daily at 21:00.
Price ticket: 5600 HUF (aprox. 20€). Online booking and payment: http://www.orangeways.com/en/order0_.aspx
The following services are for FREE on board: hostess on board, newspapers magazines, hot drinks (coffe, hot chocolate, cappuccino etc.), multimedia services (LCD screen), headphones, soft drinks(Pepsi) for low price.

jirzi

Thank you for your replay

by sugit31

A bus seems to be better. Thanks a million.

Re: A bus from Belgrade to Budapest

by matisl

I used Gea Tours for Budapest-Belgrade-Budapest last year.

They pick you up on a minibus anywhere in Budapest and take you anywhere in Belgrade (or vice versa), any time you like. One way is 40 euros, round-trip is 70 euros.

http://www.geatours.rs/

Travel Tips for Belgrade

Online map of Belgrade

by lakijanovic

This online map might be usefull for those who plan to visit Belgrade.

CLICK HERE for online map of Belgrade

There is an option for english and a solid tips for search by name and category, or by street name.
On planplus you can find also other cities in Serbia like Novi Sad, Nis, Kraljevo...

Enjoy. :)

the most beautifull park in europe kalemegdan

by zabava22

if there is one thing no one should miss in Belgrade that's the wonderfull fortress-park of " Kalemegdan ". it's actually the original old city of belgrade. you should go by day to see what is left of the architecture. you should go by night to see the best view of Belgrade by night. there is a military history museum that i really love. it's the only and the biggest old building. you also have a small biology museum and of course an amusement park and the zoo.(the zoo is fantastic) you can go pet baby animals.).

"kalemegdan" is a great sport centar. there are basketball, football and tennis courts it's great for hikes and long walks. daily for the family at night for you and the special one :)

at winter you have ice skating and at summer there is an all summer art fest. the belgrade beer fest just moved to kalemegdan.

it is located at the end of the street "knez mihajlova" the center walk zone of the entire city. you can't miss it.

there are a couple of cafe in the park they are really great but i prefer to carry a coke with me.

there are organized tours of kalemegdan if! you are a historical fan. belgrade has a tradition of going absolutly crazy if any kind of first place is won. in case of that situation do not miss the town center. it is totaly crazy and full. all night and all day crazy chicks in crazy cars :)
years of experience of demonstration and inflation have teached the belgrade people how to party on the street.

for defending our world championship title in basketball the population of an whole town was approximated to come out on the streets to welcome our heroes

TOURIST PASS/ VISAS

by Yiannis2000

Most Europeans no longer need visas to enter Serbia and Montenegro! The validity period of the issuance of the Tourist Passes on the border crossings has been extended till 31.03.2003. www.mfa.gov.yu/Visas/tourist_passes.htm

Trg Republike

by Aurorae

The Republic Square - the old name. Now it is Trg Slobode (Liberty Square), but we simply call it TRG (The Square). It is the place for everything that happens around here, from celebrations to demonstrations, via concerts and sports events! This is where we cry, shout, laugh, cheer and gather in every possible opportunity. For the New Year's Eve, when our basketball, voleyball and waterpolo teams win medals around the world, when we announce something or simply when we hang out. This is the main meeting point, called "kod konja" (at the horse) :)) NOTE: NOT at the duke Mihailo, who is the guy on the horse! Horse is more important than the duke! :) Behind is the National Theatre building...

TERAZIJE SQUARE

by Christianne

The very center of Belgrade. From here they are counted the distances of the other cities from Belgrade.
The building on the left is the hotel Moskva. For more information on this hotel, check out my accomodation tips.
The Terazije fountain was built in 1860 by the order of Prince Milos during his 2nd reign as a sign to his return to the Serbian throne.It was made by the stonemason Franz Laurent.

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