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Serbia

August 9 – September 9, 2023
Private Bedroom $2,000

Belgrade is the capital and largest city in Serbia. Located along the Sava and Danube rivers, Belgrade has impressive architecture, distinct culture, and vibrant nightlife. Join WiFi Artists for a month-long adventure in “the city that never sleeps.”

What's Included?

Work-Friendly Accommodations

Co-Working Pass

Professional Development

Dedicated Team Lead

Airport Arrival Transfer

Welcome Essentials

City Guide

Local SIM Card

 

High-Speed Internet in the Room and Common Areas

 

Cleaning Services

 

Backup Technology (Laptop, Charger, Batteries)

Additional Services

Public Transport Pass

Gym Membership

Tours

WiFi Speed

Download: 104.66 mbps
Upload: 35.06 mbps

Easiest Transportation Method

Bus or Subway

One Month Trip Cost

Without Accommodation

$1,400/month

(USD)

One Month Trip Cost

Private Bedroom

$2,000/month

(USD)

Meet Your Belgrade Hosts

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When you visit Belgrade, you’ll be hosted by a group lead who is a WiFi Artists employee and will travel with the group throughout your stay. Unlike some remote work companies, WiFi Artists never leave you hanging. You’ll have support from our on-the-ground team in Yerevan. If you need help booking a tour, finding the best local activities, or getting questions answered, the team is your go-to resource!

Why Choose Belgrade For Your Remote Work and Travel?

Explore The Old Kalemegdan Fortress

Kalemegdan Fortress is located in one of the best parts of Belgrade’s city center. It’s the perfect place to enjoy free music, dance lessons, and shared green space. The massive walls have been built and rebuilt dozens of times, with most of the present structure dating from the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Experience Belgrade’s Underground Tunnels

Kalemegdan, at Belgrade’s city center, lies on top of underground tunnels. Romans built the tunnels centuries ago. Today they’re a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine alongside expert tour guides.

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Stroll Down The Knez Mihailova Street

Knez Mihailova Street is full of pedestrian shopping, cultural landmarks, and the country’s National Museum. This is one of the city’s oldest streets and features some of Belgrade’s best outdoor cafes.

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Visit Bohemian Skadarlija

The art galleries, antique shops, and restaurants have a bohemian vibe in Skadarlija. This is the perfect neighborhood to wander and observe local life on one of the many public benches.

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Admire the Brutalist Architecture
 

Creative concert masterpieces await you in Belgrade. The brutalist movement in Serbia was slightly different from anywhere else in Europe, leading to buildings like Genex Tower.

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Browse Belgrade’s Night Markets

From early evening until midnight, visitors enjoy great local food and gifts along with live music. Support young designers, producers, and artists while observing Belgrade’s rich culture.

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Where to Stay in Belgrade

 
 

We recognize the importance of having a comfortable place to stay and work during your travels. That's why we've meticulously selected our accommodations in the best neighborhoods of Belgrade. These options will provide everything you need to have a relaxing, fun, and productive trip. Browse the photos below to get an idea of the vibe and standard of Wifi Artists’ accommodations in Yerevan.