Billige Beograd

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Beograd. Illustrasjonsfoto: belgradepass.com

Serbias hovedstad Beograd er en av Europas aller billigste storbyer, og dessuten lett å komme til med direkterute fra Oslo, skriver Se og Hør.

Populære utesteder og hyggelig natteliv finner man blant annet i Cetinjska-gaten, med et dusin puber på rekke og rad. Beograd har også et nyåpnet nasjonalmuseum, der nasjonalskattene blir vist frem for første gang på 15 år.

National Tourism Organization of Serbia: www.serbia.travel 

Beograd by: www.beograd.rs

www.belgradeatnight.com

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Livlige Beograd – et av verdens billigste reisemål

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Serbias hovedstad Beograd er en livlig by, med bohemområdet Skadarlija, billig shopping, restaurantbåter på Donau, og festningen Kalemegdan som noen av høydepunktene og attraksjonene, skriver Se og Hør.

Serbia kom i fjor på Forex Banks Topp 10-liste over verdens billigste reisemål.

Les mer på www.serbia.travel – www.serbia.travel

Kilde: Se og Hør

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Belgrade City Hall, Minsk Tourist Information Center agree on cooperation

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Belgrade

The Minsk Tourist Information Center and the tourism organization of the Belgrade City Hall have signed an agreement on cooperation, the Belarus News Agency BelTA – Belarusian news – reported.

The signing of the document has become one of the events of the Days of Minsk in Belgrade. The sides are expected to provide information support for the tourism potential of the two cities, help promote contacts between the representatives of the tourism industry.

The parties have reached a preliminary agreement on the organization of the information tour for the leading tour operators and mass media of Serbia to Belarus.

“The interest of European tourists in Minsk is increasing, the inflow of guests from Serbia has also been on the rise after the introduction of the five-day visa-free travel regulations. Tourists, first of all, want to visit Belarus as part of excursion trips around Europe. It is needed to develop this dimension,” Yelena Plis, director of the Minsk tourist information center remarked.

During the Days of Minsk there was a presentation of the tourism potential of the capital city, a round table on cooperation in the tourism industry. The Days of Minsk in Belgrade took place on 5-7 June.

The program of the visit of the Belarusian delegation led by Chairman of the Minsk City Hall Andrei Shorets included visits to big enterprises of Belgrade, a business forum, meetings with senior officials of the Belgrade City Hall, and a gala concert of Belarusian artists.

News source: Belarus News Agency BelTA – Belarusian news

#Artist #Beograd #Blogg #By #Destinasjon #Ferie #Hovedstad #Hviterussland #Informasjon #Konsert#Minsk #Reise #Reiseliv #Reiselyst #Reisemål #Rådhus #Serbia #Storby #Tur #Turisme#Turist #Visum

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Hilton Expands European Capital City Presence to Belgrade

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Hilton Worldwide has announced plans to enter Serbia with the signing of a management agreement with Belaga Management Company.

The agreement paves the way for an upscale Hilton hotel in Serbia’s capital city, Belgrade, and was announced during a construction ceremony in the city to confirm the news Sunday, April 17, Hosptalitynet can report.

The 242 guest room hotel will offer travellers world-renowned Hilton hospitality in a prime location in Belgrade’s historic Old-town.

Hilton Belgrade is expected to open in 2018.

Conferences and events facilities will include almost 1,000 square metres of meeting space, including pre-function facilities, a ballroom and several large function rooms – flexible space for both business and social events.

Hilton Belgrade will be located at Kralja Milana, approximately 15 kilometres from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.

Read more here: http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4075508.html

Source: www.hospitalitynet.org

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38TH INTERNATIONAL TOURISM FAIR OPENS IN BELGRADE TODAY

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Belgrade

The year started with breaking records when it comes to Belgrade's Tourism Fair, Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic said when opening the 38th International Tourism Fair in Belgrade Thursday, reports the B92 radio station, based in the Serbian capital. 
The fair is set to run through February 21.

This concerns "both in the number of participants and the number of countries our guests come from," the minister explained."Tourism received its rightful place in Serbia, thanks to policies pursued by the government. Last year, we were able to talk about tourism not just for the duration of the fair, but also all year round," Ljajic said.

Tourism Minister Ljajic pointed out that Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was opening the Tourism Fair the second time, "a proof of the event's significance."
Serbia will invest € 10 million in the Danube this year to arrange the infrastructure and make the river a part of regional tourism, the Serbian prime minister announced as he addressed the event.

"The priorities for this year will be investments in spa infrastructure, roads and mountain resort infrastructure – in particular on Mt. Stara Planina – and sprucing up the city centers and facades in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Nis to make them the best city break destinations," he said.

"We will invest in the Danube by the end of this year and in the beginning of the next, in particular in the sections from Apatin to Beska and from Smederevo to Kladovo," Vucic said, thanking Slovenia – a tourism powerhouse and a partner country of the fair – from which he said Serbia has still much to learn.

Tourism is one of the most significant economic sectors for Belgrade and it registered record revenues last year, Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali said, adding that the Serbian capital is among the top ten tourism destinations in the region.

Speaking at the opening of the fair, the mayor noted that Belgrade has been named one of the top three conference tourism destinations.
"The goal is to break the records in the number of guests and tourism revenue this year," mayor Mali said, adding that there were 14 percent more tourists last year compared to 2014.

"There are reasons for optimism. There were 76 hotels in Belgrade in November 2014, while there are 89 today," Mali said, adding that one out of ten employees in Serbia works in the tourism sector.

See more at http://www.b92.net/eng/news/business.php?yyyy=2016&mm=02&dd=18&nav_id=97097
Source
: www.b92.net

#Beograd #Borgermester #By #Destinasjon #Donau #Euro #Ferie #Fjell #Handel #Hotell #Hovedstad #Infrastruktur #Internasjonal #Konferanse #Messe #Minister #Nis #NoviSad #Ordfører #Radio #Reise #Reiseliv #Reiselyst #Reisemål #Resort #Serbia #Slovenia #Spa #Statsminister #Storby #Telekommunikasjon #Turisme #Turist

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CODE SHARE MELLOM AIR SERBIA OG AIR BALTIC

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Air Serbia og latviske airBaltic har underskrevet en code share-avtale som åpner for flere og bedre ruter mellom Beograd og hovedstedene Tallinn og Riga – og ut i verden, skriver travelnews.no

Gjennom airBaltics rutenett får Serbias nasjonale flyselskap 47 ukentlige flyvninger mellom Riga og Amsterdam, Berlin, København, Stockholm, Wien og Warszawa, samt mellom Tallinn og Wien.

airBaltic får på sin side sette sin flight-kode “BT” på 58 ukentlige flyvninger i regi av Air Serbia mellom Beograd og syv sentrale byer i det europeiske nettverket:

Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussel, København, Stockholm, Wien og Warszawa.

Samlet kan passasjerende nå reise mellom hovedstedene i Serbia, Latvia og Estland med én mellomlanding, på én billett under hele reisen.

– Code share-avtalen gir enda større dybde i vår satsing i det nordeuropeiske nettverket, knyttet opp mot de baltiske hovedstedene, sier administrerende direktør Dana Kondic i Air Serbia.

– Denne avtalen blir en hjørnestein i vår forretningsmodell, og vi ser frem til å ønske airBaltic-passasjerene velkommen ombord på våre flyvninger.

Martin Gauss i airBaltic er ikke mindre panegyrisk i sin omtale av avtalen.

– airBaltic og samarbeidet med Air Serbia knytter de baltiske hovedstedene til de europeiske hovedflyplassene, som gir dem nærmest ubegrensete adgang ut i den store verden, sier airBaltics administrerende direktør.

Kilde: www.travelnews.no

Lenke til saken: http://travelnews.no/nyheter/fly/code-share-mellom-air-serbia-og-airbaltic

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KAZAKHSTAN OPENS EMBASSY IN SERBIA

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Kazakhstan national flag.

Kazakhstan has opened an embassy in Belgrade in Serbia, Tengrinews reports citing the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, the www.en.tengrinews.kz website reports.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Alexey Volkov participated in the grand opening of the mission. He was one a working visit in Serbia from 3rd to 5th June.

During his stay in Belgrade Mr.Volkov met with the Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and other senior officials of the country. Consultations between the foreign ministries of the two countries touched upon issues of bilateral cooperation and international agenda.

The key event of the visit was the official opening of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Serbia with a permanent location in Belgrade and the official inauguration of the Honorary Consul of Kazakhstan in the Republic of Serbia Milanka Karic.

“The diplomatic presence of Kazakhstan in Serbia started at this important historic moment,” the Ministry said.

The opening ceremony was attended by the head of the Serbian State and members of the Parliament, representatives of the political and scientific circles of the country, diplomatic corps and large companies, as well as the Kazakh diaspora.

There was also a presentation of the the book “Nursultan Nazarbayev. Biography” in Serbian.

Serbian President said that political and business circles of the country had a positive opinion about Kazakhstan as a stable and dynamically developing country, which is one of the best Central Asian examples of promoting tolerance, security and stability.

He pointed out the successful chairmanship of Kazakhstan in the OSCE and the OIC and choice of Astana as the venue for EXPO-2017 as signifiers of international recognition of the country’s achievements.

#Ambassade #Beograd #By #Ferie #Hovedstad #Kasakhstan #Minister #President #Reise #Serbia

#Belgrade #Capital #City #Embassy #Holiday #Travel

JAPAN OPENS NEW EMBASSY BUILDING IN BELGRADE

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Japan has officially opened it’s new embassy building in Serbia, in Belgrade’s Cherry Blossom Street (Ulica Tresnjin cvet)), the inserbia.info website reported.

The opening ceremony was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who said that he hopes that the further strengthening of bilateral ties will be as efficient as the construction of the embassy building. He specifically pointed to the growth potential of trade between the two countries.

Vucic expressed gratitude to Japan for its support and aid to Serbia after the devastating floods in May last year.

Japanese Ambassador Masafumi Kuroki thanked the government of Serbia and the authorities in Belgrade for their cooperation in the construction of the new embassy building.

We are glad that the Embassy of Japan is located in the street called Cherry Blossom, as this is the symbol of spring in Japan, said Ambassador Kuroki, voicing hope that the opening of the new building will give a new momentum to bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of economy.

Serbia is about to open various chapters with the European Union, but I hope that new chapters will be opened with Japan as well, the ambassador said.

Kilde / Source: www.inserbia.info

#Ambassade #Ambassadør #Beograd #By #EU #Ferie #Hovedstad #Kirsebær #Reise #Serbia #Statsminister

#Ambassador #Belgrade #Capital #Cherry #City #Embassy #Holiday #PrimeMinister #Travel

STADIG FLERE BESØKER SERBIA

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Beograd

Stadig flere nordmenn besøker Serbia, som i fjor tok imot hele 6000 norske turister – mye takket være Norwegians rute til hovedstaden Beograd, skriver Se og Hør.

I tillegg til storbyen Beograd har Serbia mye annet å by på – en blomstrende vinindustri, fargerik kultur, internasjonale festivaler, og ikke minst lave priser på mat, hoteller og shopping.

Visit Belgrade: www.tob.rs

#Beograd #By #Ferie #Festival #Hotell #Hovedstad #Kultur #Mat #Norge #Norwegian #Reise #Serbia #SeOgHør #Shopping #Turist #Vin 

 

MATGLEDER I BEOGRAD

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Tri Sesira

Beograd, hovedstaden i Serbia, er kjent som en spennende matby med høy standard og godt humør. Fra Serbias turistkontor har Se og Hør fått anbefalt tre restauranter som skal være svært bra på hvert sitt vis:

Lorenzo and Kakalamba sies å være kitschy, men med høy kvalitet på maten som beskrives som serbisk-italiensk gourmet.

Little Bay er innredet som et teater med balkonger og flotte lysekroner, og byr på “europeiske” retter, noe som jo kan være så mangt.

Restauranten Tri Sesira (“Tre Hatter”), etablert allerede i 1864, er en av Beograd aller eldste restauranter. Her er det tradisjonell serbisk mat som dominerer menyen, og det betyr i stor grad kjøtt og pølser, akkompagnert av serbiske folkesanger.

Lorenzo and Kakalamba: www.lk.rs

Little Bay: www.littlebay.rs

Tri Sesira: www.trisesira.rs

www.serbia.travel

www.beograd.rs

#Beograd #Hovedstad #Mat #Reise #Restaurant #SeOgHør #Serbia #Turistkontor