Hostels in Belgrade, Serbia

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Hostel Fine Belgrade
8.4 Excellent
Decanska 12, Belgrade, Serbia
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0.9 km from city centre, Belgrade, Serbia 

Located centrally, Hostel Fine allows for easy access to Belgrade's popular retail areas and tourist attractions. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, an express check-in and check-out feature and a bowling alley.

₹ 2,283
Avg. per night

Hostel prices in Belgrade

2 stars and under

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Facts about staying in Belgrade

  • What is the cost of a hostel in Belgrade?

    Hostels in Belgrade will cost ₹ 2,162 per night on average. However some users found hostels for as low as ₹ 893 per night. A good deal on a Belgrade hostel would be ₹ 1,666 per night or less. Keep in mind that booking in August may be more expensive, whereas booking in April is the cheapest month of the year.

  • What hostel is closest to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport?

    Pop Art Hostel is 11.4 km away from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, making it the closest Belgrade hostel to the city’s most popular airport.

  • What area of Belgrade is most popular to stay in?

    The most popular neighbourhood to stay in Belgrade is Stari Grad, according to our data. 11% of users who searched for hostels in Belgrade looked for properties in Stari Grad. If you’re interested in staying in Stari Grad, consider the Cricket 2 Hostel - the neighbourhood’s most popular hostel.

  • Should I stay in a Belgrade hostel?

    Aside from the fact that Belgrade hostels tend to be more affordable than other stay types, they also have a more lively social scene. This social environment is perfect for individuals, couples, and even families who are looking to meet fellow travellers in Belgrade.