Belgrade, a surprising capital city

Serbia is the biggest country in Western Balkans and its capital city, Belgrade, is really modern and full of services. It is well organized and it offers different interesting attractions, starting from the fortress, located in a beautiful public park watching the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Full of young people, the city is perfect for those who want to know history and culture and for who wants to enjoy the effervescent nightlife with clubs, bars, and pubs.

The famous walking area Ulica Knez Mihailova is full of shops, meanwhile the old town, not so far, offers a lot of traditional restaurants, where some actors are readings poems accompanied by musicians. To stay in Belgrade is easy because it is full of accommodations and especially of luxury hotels, managed by international brands and also some local ones, but all of them with high standards of service.

In the heart of the city, there is the Square Nine Hotel Belgrade, a five stars structure with a spa and wellness area. Each room has a wood floor and woodwork on each wall, the modern furniture and equipment are really trendy and there is a lot of space inside. There is a mixture of ancient and design furniture with Sat-TV, a Nespresso machine, a minibar, and Hermes toiletries.

The staff is kind and available for the clients’ needs, but some attention has to be focused on the restaurants. Inside the hotel, customers can find The Square, an elegant setting where to taste modern European cuisine, meanwhile on the top floor, there is a Japanese restaurant. This looks quite strange for the Balkans, but of course, it has a reason to be there in a modern city as Belgrade is.

The perfect location, the elegance with sobriety, and the complete services offered are the perfect combination for the tourist who searches for luxury. I really had a pleasant stay in the hotel, because the comfort of clients seems to be the priority for the staff. The concierge gives a lot of useful advice on how to visit and enjoy the city and as well continuous assistance.

2 thoughts on “Belgrade, a surprising capital city”

  1. Thank you John! I have more things to write down and places to add, but I am working to reorganize the blog. I hope to making it better 🙂

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