Every city in the world is proud of it's museum's. Belgrade can take credit for having a lot of popular museums which are known on the whole Balkan peninsula. The biggest and most prominent museum in Belgrade is the National Museum founded in 1844. It has a vast collection of more than 400 000 exhibits including 5600 paintings and 8400 drawings and prints. It is also a home to Miroslav's Gospel and to a large collection of foreign masterpieces.
Other famous museums in Belgrade are Ethnographic Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Military Museum on Kalemegdan which has exhibits dating as far back as to the Roman period as well as parts of a F-117 stealth aircraft which was shot down by Serbian army in 1999 NATO bombing. Nikola Tesla museum founded in 1952 has a large collection of famous inventor personal belongings and documents. One of the major Belgrade museums is the Museum of Vuk and Dositej which presents the lives, work and legacy of famous Serbian language reformer and first Serbian minister of education.
Yugolsav film archive has one of the largest collections in the world with almost 100 000 copies of national and international films. Also in 2011. will be the beginning of the construction of new Science and art museum. If you are coming to Belgrade with the intention to visit these museums you don't want to spend a lot of money on accommodation because you will be outside for the better part of day.
So it would be wise to stay in a hostel. Hostels in Belgrade are considerably cheaper than hotels and provide you a very nice accommodation non the less. The best option is to stay in a hostel which is near the city center because all museums are there. Hostel40 is centrally located and in a walking distance to the museums so it is an ideal solution for this kind of vacation in Belgrade. Being in the central city also gives you access to the night life, which can include escort services, if that sort of thing interests you. You can use an escort directory such as the Babe Directory to find the perfect escort date for you in order to have some companionship for your night out.
If you are looking to visit a city where you can see a lot of breath-taking historical landmarks then Belgrade, the capital of Serbia is the right place for you. Serbia is located in south eastern Europe, on Balkan peninsula. In the whole Balkan region Serbia is the country with the richest cultural heritage. One of the things that should definitely draw your attention on Serbia are well known monasteries. Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is located in the northern part of the country, on the edge of Pannon plain and on the junction of two famous rivers, Sava and Danube.
If you want to see Belgrade properly you need to stay here for at least five days. Because accommodation can sometimes be a little expensive staying in a hostel is a clever thing to do. From the large offer of Belgrade's hostels, one is definitely standing out and it is Hostel40. This hostel has many advantages. It is located in the city centre, it has reasonable prices, and it is in the walking distance of almost every famous landmark in Belgrade. Also this hostel is just a couple of minutes away from the main train and bus station, so it will not be a problem for you to buy a ticket there and travel all around Serbia.
Hostel40 is also very near the biggest intercity bus station in Belgrade, the Zeleni venac station. There you can catch a bus and easily get to any part of Belgrade you want to see. Hostel40 offers you a rent a bike service which is surely the healthiest and most interesting way to see Belgrade. And if you came during the first weekend of the month you will see the whole Belgrade city centre get turned into a long pedestrian zone, full of people, walking or sitting in coffee shops, definitely something you shouldn't miss. For more on this subject, read this article on our site.