Belgrade Center Studio Apartment 212 is located in Svetogorska Street in the old part of Belgrade.
Apartment is placed on the second floor in a building with an elevator.
The building itself was built during the golden era of Belgrade in 1937, in the Modern style. Initially owned by the family Auer, the interior has been decorated by the stone staircase and the marble entrance. A noble spirit of old times could be felt in the whole quarter.
The interior of the apartment itself is eclectic, nicely connecting tradition and modern technical details. It has been completely redecorated in June, 2017.
The short stay Belgrade Center Studio Apartment 212 is equipped with split system air conditioner, big screen TV and Wi-Fi internet of 50mb/s speed. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to prepare snacks, lunches or dinners. We offer biscuits, fruits, coffee and tea as welcome.
There is a wonderful green oasis in the building’s yard where you can sit and enjoy your first morning coffee or have a glass of wine in the evening.
The Parliament building and St Marko’s Church domes could be seen through large and light windows.
Belgrade Center Studio Apartment 212 is only 10-minute walk from the main pedestrian street Knez Mihailova and 20-minute from St Sava’s Temple.
It will take you only several minutes walking distance to get to the main Square (Trg republike), National Museum or pedestrian zone.
There is a green market nearby (Palilulska pijaca), a number of pastry shops, groceries, cafes, cake shops and restaurants.
For the New Year’s holidays Svetogorska street becomes a pedestrian zone with the most popular Belgrade winter carnival called – Street of Open Hearts (Ulica otvorenog srca).
Kalemegdan park and Belgrade fortress (15 minute walk) – the most beautiful and the biggest Belgrade park. The most important historical and cultural facilities at the same time.
Skadarlija (around 10 minute walk) – a famous Bohemian quarter in Belgrade.
Old court (around 5 minute walk) – Old court used to be the royal residence of the Obrenovic’s dynasty, while today is the Belgrade Town hall Building.
Botanical garden “Jevremovac” (around 5 minute walk) – founded in 1874, belongs to the Belgrade Faculty of Biology.
Nikola Tesla’s Museum (around 15 minute walk) – one of the most important scientist and inventor in the human mankind – a man who has “lit the Earth”.
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