Lovely third floor apartment in Dorćol, the oldest, most typical and vibrant neighbourhood of old Belgrade. This location is close to all the landmarks of the city including Fortress Kalemegdan, Kneza Mihaila Street, National theatre, Skadarlija (bohemian quarter).
Just finished the renovation of the apartment to the highest of standard. It features a subtle combination of retro pieces with more contemporary items. Space feels homely with wooden floors throughout and off-white colored walls. This is a very quiet location with lots of natural light. Apartment faces the inner yard where a tall tree branches almost touch bedroom and living room windows. The interior solution allows typical 70's furniture to stand out. In the master bedroom glazed-tile stove is left as a reminder of past times.
My favourite room in the apt. is the bathroom with a new shower cabin and lovely Spanish tiles, so retro and so cosy :)
A flat comprises welcoming entrance hall, fully equipped kitchenette with living room / dining area, master bedroom, bathroom and a balcony.
Down the street there's a supermarket open 24/7, a taxi stand, pharmacy, patisserie and few blocks away "Bajloni" green market offering tasty seasonal fruit and vegetables from Serbia, fresh meat and cheeses.
Please take off your shoes when you enter the apt. It's a tradition to do so in Serbia. Also helps to keep the place clean during your stay. Thanks :)
Please note that a city tax of 1.25 EUR per person per night will be charged in cash upon the arrival ( for children under the age of 7 the taxing doesn't apply).
Non-paying guests ( occasional overnight guests ) are not allowed, unless previously agreed with the owner.
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