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Hotels in Serbia?

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As part of my upcoming trip I'll be spending a few days in Serbia in September - I'll fly into Belgrade from Riga, spend three nights and then travel to Novi Sad (train or bus) for another three nights (day trip to Subotica). I'm thinking of finishing with one night in Nis to break the trek to Sofia.

There's precious little on this board about Serbia, but I was hoping someone might have some recommendations for hotels, restaurants/cafes, and possibly an agency in Novi Sad for a day trip to the nearby monasteries. Hotels would ideally be under $80/night for a single, although I could go to $100 if I had to. I suppose I might want AC in early Sept?


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