Apartment Gladovic is located in Belgrade's city center on a 6st floor in a building with an elevator, about 200 meters from the pedestrian zone. It consists of three bedrooms, living room, kitchen with dining area, bathroom and two balconies. First bedroom overlooks Strahinjica Bana street and Dorcol, and is equipped with a queen-sized bed. Second bedroom has a double bed and an entrance to a second balcony. Third bedroom has a retractable sofa and an entrance to a second balcony. Living room is very spacious, equipped with CATV and has an entrance to a first balcony which overlooks Strahinjica Bana street and Dorcol. Kitchen is fully equipped and dining area is very spacious. One of two corridors goes from kitchen to living room, first bedroom, bathroom and the other one goes from kitchen to library, second and third bedroom. Atmosphere in the apartment is very warm and quiet. Sound proofing is very nice so you can have all the privacy you need. The apartment can accommodate up to 5 people (2+2+1).
Cable TV, Internet (25 Mbps), WiFi. There are no restrictions and you have the apartment all to yourself. All the essentials will be provided before your arrival.
Upon your arrival you will be welcomed in our apartment, any additional services or info will be provided and you will have a contact which you'll be able to call for anything else 24/7. If you need any advice on your stay in Belgrade you can always ask.
Kalemegdan (5 min walk) - Belgrade Fortress. Once important military fortification, it now serves as the central park of Belgrade. Accessible from the end of the Knez Mihailova street, it offers beautiful views, especially during sunset. Most part of it is a park and the fortress walls, with several cafes, tennis and basketball courts, museums and observatory. Don't forget to take a look at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, and the statue of Pobednik (Winner), one of the symbols of Belgrade.
Knez Mihailova Street (5 min walk) (Serbian Cyrillic: Кнез Михаилова улица). Main pedestrian street in Belgrade. Crowded during the day and night. Mostly shopping and numerous cafes.
Republic Square (10 min walk) (Main Square). Main meeting point in the city (also called kod konja - "by the horse"), right next to statue of Mihailo Obrenovic (riding a horse), National Theater, National Museum and Knez Mihailova Street. Best place to arrange a meeting.
Skadarlija (5 min walk) (Skadarska street). Pedestrian street filled with restaurants and cafes, most in the spirit of old Belgrade. Live bands playing old Belgrade music can be heard here in the evenings. The street is paved in cobblestone so high heels are not advised. Blank-walled buildings on the south side have been painted with impressive 'trompe-l'oeil' paintings to add to the atmosphere.
Strahinjića Bana jetset street (0 min walk) -a "café-street", with dozens of bars, restaurants and cafés.
Everything you need is within walking range and if you need to go further away, there are many bus lines you can take and all the bus stations you need are within 5 min walk.
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