Serbia, Nis Guide (B): Insider Guide to Nis
We love getting off the well-worn track of Europe’s major tourist hubs. We’ve found that the closest you’ll get to that “1970’s Backpacking in Europe Vibe,” is by venturing into cities in Eastern Europe that are at the brink of tourism. Niš is the third largest city in Serbia, and is just at the beginning stages of international tourism. It is quaint, safe, and walkable. After three days exploring this town, we developed a practical guide to help others get the most out of their stay here.
We typically stay in Airbnb units, however, currently not many apartments are listed. We were lucky to connect with Hotel Sole, a boutique accommodation near the heart of Niš. Service here is excellent! It was helpful to have kind, knowledgeable staff that assisted us in planning our day and provided transportation advice. We had the best sleep we’ve had in a long time with the high quality beds and linens. All rooms are modernly furNišhed and feature a cable TV, a minibar and a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries.The highlight? The complimentary morning breakfast spread and delicious cappuccinos! We recommend the traditional Serbian scrambled eggs. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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