Three Black Catz

About Three Black Catz
Cika Ljubina no 7/49
Beograd, Serbia 11000
TWIN PRIVATE room IS APARTMENT, independent from the hostel in same building.

!!! ATTENTION: most of the hostels in Belgrade do not include tax of 1,25 EUR in the price!! WE DO!

The 'Three Black Catz' hostel is situated in the very centre of Belgrade, almost on the Republic Square, and just a couple of blocks away from Belgrade's central railway and bus station.

Several museums, good restaurants and cozy pubs are all within walking distance and the most popular and originally bohemian street is just around the corner. The fortress and shopping mall are across the street.

The big living room in the hostel enables guests to socialize, watch TV, listen to the music, party.... We have big collection of DVDs and music at your disposal. You can also get information about clubbing and cultural events and personal copy of Belgrade City Guide in English.

We can also burn downloaded pictures from your camera FOR FREE, get them developed at good price or burn some good music for the road FOR FREE as well.

Besides the facilities detailed above, we offer:

* Very quiet and safe environment
* Flexible check in/out time
* Clean beds, sheets and a blanket
* Supermarkets and 24/7 bakery just next door
* Young, helpful, informative English speaking staff
* Opened all year
* Cable TV
* Free Inernet, WI-FI
* Free city maps
* Free coffee and tea
* Beer! (mostly freee!)
*Laundry service, washing and drying machine for only EUR 1.50!
* Fully equipped kitchen
* Fully heated
* Hot water
* Public transportation tickets
* Tax is included (128 dinars = 1.25 euro)


Longing for...

... some more live music? We invite you to Belgrade for concerts of:

07.07. 2010. Jeff Beck

Whether you need some more information, advice or assistance with tickets just contact us via email. We´ll be glad to help!
24 Hour Check In
Air Conditioning
Bicycle Hire
Bike Parking
Breakfast Not Included
Bureau de Change
Common Room
Guest Kitchen
Internet Access
Lift / Elevator
Linen Included
Luggage Storage
Security Lockers
Telephone/Fax Facilities
Travel Desk/Travel Info
Web access in lobby
Wheelchair Friendly
WiFi in lobby
WiFi in room
Payment Accepted:
Getting there:
From the main bus or train station:
When you exit the station look for Balkanska (Балканска) Street while going uphill towards the center. Once you have found Balkanska (Балканска) Street, a big cobbled one with lots of little stores and shops, (you can ask anyone, everybody knows about it, and people are friendly and helpful) follow it to the top, to Terazije (Теразије) Square, where there is a big fountain and Hotel Moskva. Once in front of the fountain, staying on the same side of the street, take a left towards the Knez Mihajlova (Кнез Михаилова) Street, also a big street, and a main walking area of the city. When in Knez Mihajlova (Кнез Михаилова) Street, take a right turn after the first block of buildings, and you are on the Republic Square. On the Republic Square, you will see a big statue, a rider on a horse. When facing it, go to the little street on its left, by the National museum. You are in Cika Ljubina ( Чика Љубина) street, find the first passage to your left, number 7, big black metal door with inter phone buttons on the left. Press number 49, and we will open the door. After the buzz, enter the building and take the elevator to the 4th floor. From the elevator, go right, through the door to the terrace, and the second door, the brown one, on the corner is the hostel. Go in, say hi and make yourself at home!
Option 2:
You can take a taxi car, and the price of the ride will not be more than 300 dinars, (about 3.5 euro,) Cika Ljubina is the address, and the taxi driver will know about it.
Opt 3:
Call me and someone will pick you up if you can't find the place yourself.

From the airport:

Avoid taxi service being offered by drivers in the airport terminal; the drivers won't use their meters, and will charge many time the normal fare. Metered taxis can be rung in or picked up from the stand outside; just be sure to chose one with a roof sign indicating it's a city-regulated radio taxi, and insist that the trip be metered. Alternatively, you can go upstairs to the departure section and catch one of the taxis dropping off passengers. They will be happy for the return ride, and the fare should cost around 1000 - 1200 RSD (~€10-12) to the city.
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