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Belgrade Travel Tips

Lost in Plantation: Botanical Garden Belgrade

October 17, 2016 5

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Sometimes life just bites us. The email inbox is flooded. The to-do list is growing. And our ‘mojo’ seems lost in translation. Luckily there is one solution in almost every bigger city. One way to calm our mind and root our being: botanical gardens.…

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Belgrade Travel Guide – Part Three

August 25, 2016 4

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A few weeks ago I shared some of my Belgrade travel tips with you HERE and HERE. Today I will round up my (almost) last ‘Belgrade Travel Guide’ in a third post. Why almost? Because there will be two more locations that deserve separate blog posts.…

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Belgrade Design Hotel: Radisson Blu Old Mill

June 13, 2016 3

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Those of you who follow me along on Instagram know it anyway: I spent the last five days in Serbia’s capital Belgrade. This European city is a real insider tip: it is buzzing with life, both during day and night, it has some amazing cafés, bars, restaurants, wild clubs, lots of green areas, cool shops – and a fantastic design hotel called Radisson Blu Old Mill.…

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From Place To Space: Café Uzitak In Belgrade, Serbia

November 17, 2014 2

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Serbia’s capital Belgrade is very vibrant. The city’s young and creative crowd is shaping the city’s face from day to day and there is hardly any other European city transforming and reinterpreting itself at such a speedy pace. One of the city’s latest additions is the cute and super welcoming café named ‘Uzitak’ (the ‘z’ has to be pronounced like a French ‘j’) which means something like ‘pleasure’.  The café is located in downtown Belgrade not far away from the central Terazije square and the bohemian Skadarlija quarter.…

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