If you want to visit Belgrade but stay in the quiet part of the city, away from noise and crowds. Apartment Danica is the ideal place for you.
Danica apartment is located in New Belgrade, on Bulevar Arsenija Čarnojevića street. New Belgrade Apartment Danica nearby Studentski grad (campus) has excellent connection with other parts of the city. City center is only 15 to 20 minutes by bus.
One Bedroom Apartment Danica is located on the 7th – top floor of the residential building. The building is equipped with elevator and intercom. It has seven floors with elevator going to the 6th floor.
The warmth and comfort are the first impressions that apartment Danica gives. It is quite spacious. During the day there is a lot of natural light in the flat. In addition to that, a beautiful view towards the east gate of Belgrade can be seen from the balcony.
The 44 square meters apartment has a living room with two armchairs, TV and kitchen with breakfast bar. Bedroom with two single beds and a wardrobe. Balcony with lovely view and bathroom. Beds in the bedroom can be joined into one double bed.
Danica apartment is fully equipped featuring an LCD TV, free Wi-Fi internet, air conditioning, central heating, towels & bed linen. As well as the iron and ironing board, hairdryer. Kitchen comes will all he basic amenities such as electric cooktop, toaster, oven, fridge and electric kettle.
One Bedroom Apartment Danica is only 25-30 minutes away, by bus line 72, from Belgrade Airport Nikola Tesla. However, if you decide to take a taxi you will need even less time.
Near the apartment, only 3 minutes walk there are a lot of cafes. Besides that, you will find super markets, pizzerias, exchange offices, pharmacies, gym and a hairdresser are all within short walking distance.
In conclusion, Danica Apartment is a smart choice for everyone who wants to explore old town Zemun. The bus line 82 which is 5 minutes walk from the apartment building will take you to the center of Zemun. Where you can enjoy on a Zemun Danube quay as well the confluence of Danube and Sava, called “Ušće”.