Belgrade is situated at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and, besides Athens, is the greatest urban region of the Balkans. The oldest archeological discoveries from the area date back to the 5th millennium BC. Celtic tribe members founded Singidunum in the 3rd century BC, while the name Belgrade dates back to the year 878. Throughout its turbulent history Belgrade has been conquered by 40 armies and was rebuilt from ashes 38 times.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia with a population of about 1.7 million population. Belgrade has a significant role in the region in terms of traffic – it is an important road and railway intersection and serves as a very important international river port, as well as air traffic and telecommunications center. Belgrade is the crossroad of Eastern and Western Europe through which the valleys of Morava - Vardar and Nishava - Marica lead to the shore of the Aegean Sea, towards Asia Minor and the Middle East. Belgrade lies on the Danube, the waterway which links Western and Central European countries with the countries of Southeast and Eastern Europe. Due to the construction of the Djerdap artificial lake and power plant Belgrade became a river-sea port. Ships from the Black Sea sail into its harbors and, with the opening of the Rhine – Main - Danube channel for traffic, came to the center of the most important waterway in Europe: the North Sea – Atlantic – Black Sea.

Belgrade has more than 1,700,000 citizens today and is growing into a true metropolis. Belgrade takes up 3.6% of the territory of Serbia and 15.8% of Serbia’s population lives there, including 31.2% of the employed population. The coordinates of Belgrade are marked in Knez Mihailova street (Prince Michael Street): 44049'14" north latitude, 20027'44" east longitude, 116.75m elevation. The city’s main road takes you from Kalemegdan, through Knez Mihailova street and Terazije to Slavija. The official currency is the dinar (RSD), but Euros can be exchanged freely.

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Hostel City Break is located in Belgrade centre in the Beogradska street (Belgrade Street), near one of the biggest square Slavia. It is only 900 meters from the city center, Knez Mihailova street (Prince Michael Street) and Trg republike (Republic Square), the main square in the city and the largest shopping area in Belgrade. Also, Hostel City Break is located at a distance of only 300 m from Tasmajdan park and Tasmajdan sport center, museum of Nikola Tesla is only 150 m away from hostel.Temple of Saint Sava the largest Orthodox church on the Balkan Peninsula is on 700 m away from City Break Hostel.


Hostel City Break is located at a distance of about 15 kilometers from the airport Nikola Tesla. The easiest way to get there is to take the City bus transport, bus is starting from Nikola Tesla Airport, which take you to Slavia Square, from there you have only few minutes walking to hostel.If you arriving by taxi from the airport, in airport building you can order a taxi that will take you for 15 euros per car to hostel.


From the bus and railway stations (which are located next to each other) the easiest way to get to City Break Hostel is to catch tram number 9, which goes to Slavia square ( the first stop after train station). From Slavia square after 5 minutes walking along Belgrade street you will reach entrance of residental building with number 41. On the fifth floor of building cheerful hostels staff will welcome you.