“I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it.” Rosalia de Castro
Renting and transport
Cars. We can book for you one of the cars from the rent-a-car agency’s offer at affordable prices.
Bicycles. Habitat hostel owns three bicycles available to you for the daily price of 5 euros.
Transport. We are able to arrange taxi transport for you to and from the airport.
Avala. This low-altitude mountain is located 16, 5 km south of Belgrade. In 1936 it was given a status of national park, and in the late 2007 the city hall proclaimed it to be a protected national landmark. To all those who enjoy nature we strongly recommend Avala, with its ten kilometers of marked mountain trails and a few kilometers of asphalted roads as an ideal place for a walk and recreation.
Kalemegdan. Kalemegdan is both the largest park in Belgrade and the most important cultural and historical complex, dominated by the Belgrade fortress overlooking the confluence of rivers Sava and Danube. Located in Kalemegdan are the military museum, art pavilion “Cvijeta Zuzorić”, City office for protection of cultural monuments, roman well, zoo, museum of nature, fun park, tomb of national heroes, as well as a large number of athletic fields, cafes and restaurants.
Ada Ciganlija. On Sava river, near the confluence with river Danube, only 4 km from city centre, is a former island, and now a peninsula Ada Ciganlija. Thick with rich forest, crisscrossed by clearings and meadows, Ada has become the largest, most beautiful and by far the most visited rest and relaxation place for the residents of Belgrade.