Rooms

Hostel Belgrade Eye offers comfortable and affordable accommodation for the modern traveller of any age. Discover the real hostel experience and visit our hostel accommodation in Serbia, meet our friendly staff who can help you find the best things to do and see.

Double-bed private room

A private room with a king-size double bed for two people. The room is spacious and bright with its own balcony. In Hostel Belgrade Eye, this is the room that's ideal for couples. The room can also be booked for one person only, but the price per room is the same as it would be for two persons. A supplementary bed for a third person can be added upon request, and the price for that bed would be lower (the same as for a bed in the dorm).

Twin - triple room

A private room with two single beds and an optional third bed for three persons. Ideal for two or three people who are traveling together and would like some privacy but don't necessarily want to sleep in the same bed. The room can be booked for one person only, but the price per room is the same as it would be for two persons. A bathroom is located just outside the room.

Single-private room

A private room with a single bed for one person. Quiet and isolated room, for those who want peace and a true rest.

Dormitory

A room with three bunk beds that sleeps a total of 6 people - basic, but very comfortable and clean. Backpack-size lockers are provided for each person. A shared bathroom is located on the floor, four or five steps from the dormitory door. This room is Ideal for independent travelers or groups of friends. All rooms are air-conditioned and cleaned on daily basis.

Hostel Belgrade Eye Location

The youth Hostel Belgrade Eye is within a few minutes walking from all of the must-see sites in the city center.
6b Krunska Street
11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 11 3346423

Thirty-second walk to

Serbian parliament, Belgrade City Hall, and Serbian President's office. Just outside our doors is the Pioneer park (Pionirski park), and across it the Federal Parliament – that infamous building stormed by anti-Milosevic demonstrators in October 2000. This is not only among the best-known symbols of Belgrade and Serbia (if nothing else, images of the building in flames traveled around the world that year) – it is also where history was made.

Kralja Milana street – a key shopping street, stretching from Slavija square to Knez Mihailova street.

The nearest exchange office, ATM, supermarket, non-stop pharmacy, post office.

Secure underground garage – located underneath the City Hall parking lot, entrance from Dragoslava Jovanovica street (small street off Kralja Milana).

The best Belgrade movie theater (Tuckwood Cineplex).

Nearest kiosk selling public transportation tickets, cell phone sim cards, public telephone cards, local newspapers and, well, other stuff you'd expect to find at a kiosk.

Nearest bakery – for a taste of super-yummy Serbian pastry and sandwiches. A special treat is burek with cheese (burek sa sirom), an extra-greasy but delicious Balkan sort of cheese pie.

Five-minute walk to

Knez Mihailova street – pedestrian zone, outdoor cafes, and brand-name shops.

Republic Square ("Trg republike") – the central square and favorite meeting point in the city. Also the home of the National Museum, National Theater, a children's theater, numerous outdoor cafes and patisseries.

Student square ("Studenski trg" and, on it, the center of Belgrade's youth and protest culture. Hang out with students and teachers of art history, philosophy, or literature, lay back and sip cocktails while listening to jazz in Plato club, or visit the Ethnographic Museum or the Gallery of Frescoes.

Tesla museum ("Muzej Nikole Tesle")– one of the most interesting museums, located right in our street, is devoted to the work of Nikola Tesla (Serbia's Thomas Edison).

St. Marc's Church (Crkva Svetog Marka), the Student Cultural Center (SKC), the Yugoslav Drama Theater (Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozoriste), one of the best supermarkets in the city, restaurants, bars, cafes, clubs… scattered all over.

Ten-minute walk to

The train station, and the bus station.

Kalemegdan fort and park – Belgrade's main attraction, the ancient fortification at the Sava and Danube confluence. The first and most important thing to see in Beograd.

Skadarska street (“Skadarlija”) – the picturesque bohemian quarter, with the finest Serbian cuisine restaurants, art galleries, wandering musicians, and street souvenir vendors.

The Belgrade Cathedral (Saborna crkva), seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church, and various other historic buildings.

Prices

Among all cheap hostels in Serbia, Hostel Belgrade Eye offers extremely favorable terms for groups and longer stays. If you would like to make a booking for more than 8 persons, or for a period longer than 1 week, please email us directly to hostelbelgradeeye@gmail.com, and we'll try to make you an offer you won't be able to refuse.

Prices are per person per night. All taxes included.

* except during the Christmas and New Year holidays and special events(big festivals, sports competitons...)

Directions

At just under a kilometer from the train and bus stations, the road to the Hostel Belgrade Eye should be easy walking in all but the harshest weather. The address is 6b, Krunska street (in Cyrillic, Крунска) - from Kneza Milosa (Кнеза Милоша), walk into the first car passage to the right and the house is at the bottom on the left.

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Hostel Belgrade Eye
Krunska 6 b, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia.
Phone: +381 11 3346423