Student Resort Avala Mountain

Student Resort Avala Mountain

Student resort on Avala Mountain is named after Radojka Lakic, the revolutionary and the National Hero of the National Liberation Army killed in the Second World War.

Student resort on Avala Mountain is situated 18 km away from the Belgrade center, and well connected with public transportation and main traffic connections in Belgrade and to the highway -connecting Macedonia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia – and roads leading to the other parts of Serbia. Student Resort on Avala Mountain is surrounded with wonderful large garden full of greenery, and provides beautiful panorama of the city, along with the comfortable accommodation. Student resort on Avala Mountain features recently fully refurbished facility of high standard accommodation capacity of 70 beds, which matches 4 stars category hotel, with amenities and commercial conditions that provide pleasant and functional stay to visitors of various interests and profiles. By its main aim to provide comfortable stay for students, the Student Resort on Avala Mountain is available for tourist groups and visitors of Belgrade and Serbia in previously announced and booked dates.

Student resort on Avala Mountain boasts 73 beds in spacious and cozy single, double and triple rooms, equipped with comfortable furniture, working table with chair, phone, LCD TV, AC, central heating, mini bar, safe deposit box, terrace or balcony, pleasant bathrooms with shower cabin and hair dryer. Within the Student Resort Facility there is the fully technically equipped restaurant-hall with 180 seats, which is suitable for successful organization of various business meetings and events. Guests who choose to stay in the Student Resort on Avala Mountain enjoy in rich choice of delicious specialties of traditional and international cuisines, prepared of supplies of highest quality. Beside the regular sightseeing tours of Belgrade and Serbia, guests during their free time while staying here have at their disposal trim tracks through the lush pine forest of Avala Mountain, which starts just above the Student Resort and lead to the famous Avala TV Tower, monumental Mausoleum to the Unknown soldier, dedicated to the Serbian soldiers killed in the First World War and the Balkan Wars, and also to the Monument to the Soviet War veterans. The visit to the NEARBY Center for old crafts and souvenir manufacture with interactive workshops is also extremely interesting and highly recommended, as it provides exciting insight into almost forgotten crafts and customs of Serbia, monitored by skilled local artisans, and make visitors enriched with unique impressions and unforgettable experiences – manufacture of opanci and other leather products, pottery manufacture, embroidery, weaving, sewing and tailoring, blacksmith, basket manufacture, woodcarving, jewelry manufacture, making bread and various pies and baking in old-fashioned furnace, preparation of jams, marmalade and pickled salads, roasting and grinding coffee …. Along with those workshops it is also possible to participate in the Serbian Wedding and the Serbian Slava events, and all interested groups of visitors are welcome to apply and make preparations for those outstandingly interesting programs.

Places to see : Kalemegdan Fortress, St. Sava Temple, Orthodox Cathedral, Princess Ljubica Manor, Skadarlija bohemian quarter, Kosutnjak Park, Nikola Tesla Museum, Ethnographic Museum, Zemun old town, Danube promenade, Vinca archaeological site, Oplenac Royal Complex, Fruska Gora Monasteries, Viminacium archaeological site, Ada Ciganlija recreational center, Bela Crkva Lakes.

 

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