There is a series of popular caffes and restaurants at the Danube near hotel Jugoslavija. One of the most popular is Blaywatch, certainly one of the largest ones, where many known faces come to be seen. However, Blaywatch is the biggest night life traps of all. First, you need a reservation to enter unless you don't want to get the worst possible table in a dark corner of this two-storey place. Service is pretty bad for the prices they charge, a waiter forgets that you ordered Coke without ice and brings you a glass full of ice. You will have to be patient if you want a waiter to notice your call after a respectable amount of time. As for the prices, I have never been to a more expensive place in Belgrade. All in all, try to avoid this place never mind its popularity!
There is a major problem with Credit Cards still, very few places accept VISA or MC or any other CC brand, they do have their local VISA cards but international VISA is not widely used, THUS bring more cash with you - mainly EUR and USD.
Be careful when you gives your camera to unknown person to take picture. You might loose your camera. Change your money always in exchange offices and don't you ever gamble on the street with Gipsies.
Some hotels that are rated highly here are probably not as good by western standards so keep that in mind when booking a hotel!
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www.SRAMOTA.com - SHAME!
Serbia and Montenegro still use the old international phone call prefix 99 instead of 00.
If you are calling from mobile phone just dial “+” .
Most, almost every exchange office is close on Sundays.
Unique Suggestions: Try at hotel receptions.
Fun Alternatives: Or, there is lot of Automatic exchange machines in the city.
Dress conservatively if you are visiting monasteries, at least wear long trousers or longer skirt. If not, maybe you will not enter, even, in the yard of it.
Kora: Are you Robert?
Robert: Yes. And you?
Kora: I am Kora.
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