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Jump Inn Hotel 4*

Located in the Savamala neighbourhood in central Belgrade, the stylish Jump INN Hotel offers elegant rooms and suites with free WiFi. The hotel's a la carte restaurant serves various Serbian specialities and vegetarian dishes.
All rooms and suites are air-conditioned and come with a Smart TV, coffee machine, laptop safe and minibar. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Guests can relax or choose to eat their meals in the hotel's garden. Jump INN Hotel Belgrade runs a 24-hour front desk and also offers a conference block that can fit up to 100 people.
Jump INN is 1km from the Republic Square and the shopping street of Knez Mihailova. The Bohemian quarter of Skadarlija can be reached with a 15-minute walk, while the Kalemegdan Fortress is 1.6km away.
Savski Venac is a great choice for travellers interested in city trip, museums and history.
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BELGRADE: General Description

Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia and has a population of around 1.7 million. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since ancient times been an important crossing of the ways where the roads of eastern and western Europe meet. The city lies on two international waterways, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, which surround it on three sides. Because of this position, Belgrade is fittingly referred to as the Gateway to the Balkans and the Door to Central Europe.
Belgrade has a moderate continental climate, with an average temperature of 11.7oC. The Košava – a southeasterly and easterly wind which brings clear and dry weather in intervals of two to three days, mainly in autumn and winter – is characteristic to Belgrade.
Belgrade is an important regional traffic hub: the crossroads of European routes E70 and E75 and the crossroads of Pan-European Corridors 7 and 10 are located here, the city is connected to key railway routes, is home to Nikola Tesla International Airport and two international waterways flow through it. The city covers 3.6% of the territory of Serbia, 15.8% of the country’s population call it their home and 31.2% of the employed population work there. Belgrade is home to important trade, banking, agricultural and economic facilities, the most important being the metal, metal-processing and electronics industries, accounting for 30% of Serbia’s total gross domestic product (GDP).

Arriving at the Belgrade airport

Transfer to hotel and check-in

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Belgrade walking tour

As the most popular tourist destination in Serbia it should come as no surprise that there are a variety of different free and paid walking tours in Belgrade.
A few years ago you would probably have some difficulty finding someone to show you around the city but today there are plenty of options when it comes to tours.
There are many reasons why you should consider a walking tour in Belgrade on your next trip.
For starters, the guides tend to be experienced and have a lot to say about the places they take you. In most cases your tour guide will have lived in Belgrade all their life and are jumping for an opportunity to show people around.
These guides are well informed on the best food, the most interesting landmarks, and even unique and off the beaten path attractions in Belgrade.
The Belgrade Walking Tour guides will reveal you secrets about underground Belgrade, take you through a communist era of our city and finish the day at some of numerous popular bars while introducing you to Belgrade nightlife.



Breakfast at the hotel

Free time for individual activities

Optional: Belgrade 360 tour

Belgrade is the third largest city in South-eastern Europe after Istanbul and Athens. Just over 1,700,000 people live in it. Belgrade is the city of youth. More than 40% of its citizens are between 15 and 44 years of age.
All citizens of Belgrade love to talk of the spirit of the city. Open and ever ready for fun, many Belgraders will claim to be true hedonists – and many of them really are - knowing all there is to know about good food, wine and music. The citizens of Belgrade like all sorts of things: pleasant conversations and long walks, they like being in motion and therefore the streets, walkways, cafes and restaurants are always filled with people. More importantly, Belgraders like everyone, so get to know Belgrade by getting to know Belgraders!



Breakfast at the hotel

Free time

OPTIONAL: Underground tour

Underground tells the legend about Belgrade from Roman, Austrian, Turkish and Serbian period.Every one of these époques carries authentic charm. The first stop of the tour is Roman Hall that preserves the tower of the main gate of the Roman fortress from 2nd the period of Informbiro reveals the spy secrets and President Tito’s political games between great forces after the World War II. Route continues in big gunpowder warehouse where walls tell the stories about defense of Christian Europe from Turkish Empire. This warehouse is now Roman lapidarium that keeps sarcophagus, tombs and altars from territory of Serbia. Final point of the tour is wine cellar that exudes the time of Serbian liberation from the Turkish rule. Ideal way to end the tour is to enjoy wine degustation. Visit to these sights portray stories about unusual history of Belgrade, various human destinies and legends, and enigmas that stimulate the curiosity of history and culture connoisseurs.

OPTIONAL: Bohemic night

As you walk through Skadarlija the bohemian quarter of Belgrade you almost feel as through you’re walking through time with its impressive kafanas and facades almost iddentical to a time over a century ago. Located in the city center, it is a short walk from the Republic square and Terazije.
Referred to by locals as “Skadarlija”, Skadarska street is narrow with cobble stones and is just oozing with charm. Traditional Serbian restaurants with string orchestras line either side of the street and visitors are spoiled for choice. As you walk down the street towards the Bajloni markets, you immediately understand why this charming little street is also one of Belgrade’s top attractions.
At night the street is a buzz and the restaurants that are full of locals and visitors from far and wide have come to enjoy a meal with friends old and new with smiling faces and joyous moments as new memories are created. There is a fun and positive energy that fills this 400 meter street, and you are immediately captivated as you walk down the street.
Skadalija is home to some of the best Belgrade restaurants including Tri Sesira, Sesir Moj, and Dva Goluba.
Perhaps the best known is Tri Sesira offering a menu with an assortment of traditional Serbian meals for you to taste as well as an A la carte menu.
Restaurants also have traditional plum brandy. We recommend you ask for the homemade one, they call it “domaca rakija”



Breakfast at the hotel

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