donderdag 8 mei 2014
Belgrado-Serbia -Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, is fast establishing itself as the party capital of Europe. Split by the converging Danube and Sava rivers, the city is divided into Old and New Belgrade. Both have their own unique and interesting neighbourhoods. Most of our hostels are situated in Old Belgrade, where, in the Old Town, you’ll find the popular Knez Mihailova Street, the city’s central promenade and a great place to browse the shops, stop for a coffee in one of the many cafés or admire the historic architecture. Like the city itself, Belgrade’s nightlife is split into two - during winter the clubs are indoors. Don’t be fooled by the seemingly uninviting buildings these clubs are based in. Then, in summer, the nightclubs are relocated to the river. Step onto one of the river barges, known as splavs, and experience the city’s floating nightlife scene. Belgrado-Serbia Belgrado Belgrado.... BELGRADO Belgrado-Serbia ...Belgrado.Belgrado.BELGRADO...
Fortress of Kalemegdan - Belgrade - Serbia Belgrado.. Fortress of Kalemegdan - Belgrade - Serbia Belgrado.... NOVI SAD....
Perast-Montenegro-.....Bordered by four countries and the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro is still a relatively undiscovered luxury holiday gem in Europe’s crown. The country got its name, translated as ‘black mountain’, from the dark mountain forests that cover the land. Some 60 per cent of the country is more than 1,000 metres high, with the tallest peak reaching to 2,522 metres.Montenegro holidays offer 117 beaches along the Adriatic coast, mountain ski resorts, the medieval city of Kotor, stunning national parks and other cultural sites. The Biogradska National Park boasts the 1,300 metre deep canyon of the River Tara, the deepest one in Europe and second in the world, after the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in America. Lakes intersperse the mountains in this dramatic landscape including Skadar Lake, the largest one in the Balkans and home to the last habitat of pelicans in Europe....
SVETI STEFAN-BUDVA-MONTENEGRO ....Discover one of the best-kept secrets in Europe! Sveti Stefan is a very small, glamorous resort located in the heart of Montenegro on the lovely Adriatic Coast. It's hot because it's an exclusive escape for those in the know. Naturally, as an Aman resort, it's luxurious, but this property is oh-so-beautiful as well.......Sveti Stefan...Located only 15 minutes drive from Budva, Sveti Stefan is certainly one of the tourist icons of Montenegro. It’s no wonder, when you visit this beautiful place you’ll immediately feel why Sophia Loren, Sylvester Stallone, and many other celebrities, just chose Sveti Stefan for your favorite place to vacation.
Sveti Stefan -Aman Sveti Stefan offers 50 rooms, cottages and suites on the island and eight suites at Villa Miločer. Wireless internet access is available throughout.Accommodation on the island is divided into Village Rooms, Cottages, Deluxe Cottages, Seaview Terrace Cottages, Grand Suites, the Adriatic Suite and the Sveti Stefan Suite which has its own private swimming pool. Views are of the sea, rooftops or quaint courtyards and piazzas, depending on their location. Every room, cottage and suite on the island is completely unique, just as one would expect from a place which evolved from a 15th-century fortress.Rooms, cottages and suites are decorated in a subtly elegant fashion, providing every modern comfort whilst retaining the historic air and ambience of the island. Priority in designing the interiors was given to preserving the original walls to remind one of the village’s origins. Furniture was designed especially for the island and much of the detailing, from the latches to the doors and windows, is based on what would have been on the island originally....Sveti Stefan....
Perast-Montenegro....The Gulf of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) cuts deeply into the coastline of the southern part of the Yugoslav Adriatic, creating four spectacular bays ringed in mountains, the “fjords” of the Mediterranean. The little town of Perast is situated at the foot of St. Elijah Hill (873 m), opposite the narrow Verige strait, where the innermost bays of Risan and Kotor converge. This easternmost shore was the earliest inhabited area in the Boka. The remains of a Neolithic culture (3500 BC) have been discovered in the caves of Spila above Perast and various archeological finds provide evidence of civilization dating from Illyrian, Roman and early Christian periods.