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  1. Ian
    July 14, 2015

    Great to see that it has recovered from the war well … seems like a great place to visit!

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    • Talon Windwalker
      July 14, 2015

      It’s an AWESOME place to visit.

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  2. Betsy Wuebker | PassingThru
    July 11, 2015

    We will be in Serbia next month, so I read this post with great interest. We were chatting (or attempting to, finally settled on Spanish as a shared language) with a Serbian gentleman here in Brussels the other day, and he insisted Novi Sad was a must-visit. And you concur. That’s enough for me! We’ll definitely head to Novi Sad.

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    • Talon Windwalker
      July 14, 2015

      Absolutely concur. It’s a great city. I think you’ll love it.

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  3. Sam
    July 8, 2015

    You’ve got me wanting to visit Serbia now! It’s funny how Serbia is the only country that uses both the Cyrillic and Roman alphabets officially and I can see how that must be confusing! It’s also interesting how you guys liked Novi Sad much more than Belgrade – liking the second city more than the capital almost seems to be a theme with you! And I really appreciate the specific Airbnb recommendation. I feel like that’s something more bloggers should do if they find a really good place, but often don’t because…why?

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    • Talon Windwalker
      July 11, 2015

      Interesting observation. I think it’s probably because capitals tend to not have as much of the local culture (they tend to be more mixed) and can be more difficult to get around (because of their size). Not sure. It probably also depends on the capital. Like we adore London, Paris, Prague, Budapest, etc. With Romania, though, we liked everywhere but the capital. LOL

      I’m not sure why bloggers don’t tend to it either. I figure if I had an excellent experience with a hotel, apartment, lodge, etc., then why not share that with my readers?

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