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Guide for tourist in Belgrade



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  • +381 64 194 89 07BELGRADEAPARTMENT.NET• BEOGRADSKI• ZUTI• PINK• MAXISS• PLAVI• GOLD• ALFA• BELL• LUXThe price of taxis is what most tourists are afraid of when arriving in an unknown city.We want to help in preventing you from overpaying for short rides, just because you may notknow about our city and language.Most taxi drivers are honest people, but there are somepredators, who wait for“victims”at the rail stations and airport, and charge two or threetimes the going rate.INTRODUCTIONThere are a several legal taxi associations. When you choose a vehicle that is a member ofthese associations, you reduce the risk of being overcharged.The biggest taxi associations in Belgrade are:Captain Apartments Belgrade are located in the downtown of Belgrade, – just minutes awayfrom Knez Mihailova Street (main pedestrian zone) and Trg Republike (central city square).Kalemegdan(medieval Fortress), Skadarlija (Bohemian quarter),Bar Street (Strahinjica BanaStreet) and everything you“must see”in Belgrade are within walking distance.Captain Apartments Belgrade offer you safe and secure accommodation. All apartments inour offer are fully furnished, well equipped and follow all your needs whether you are visitingBelgrade for business or pleasure.Captain Apartments Belgrade will save your money! We offer you great price/quality ratio!Instead of wasting your money on overrated hotels in Belgrade, book one of the apartmentsfrom our offer and save up to 100€ per night! Our apartments are bigger than average hotelrooms as well. Get the feeling of living in Belgrade!Captain Apartments Belgrade are a proud member of the Captain Group. We provide afford-able accommodation in the heart of Belgrade. In our offer you will find fully furnished apart-ments, private rooms, bed & breakfast and a youth hostel.GREAT LOCATIONCLEANSAFE AND SECURE,24 HOURS AVAILABLE STUFF,FREE WI-FI,MAGNIFICENT PRICE/QUALITYRATIO and much more!Look no more and BOOK NOW!Author:Dušan PerićOwner & ManagerCaptain Accommodation
  • +381 64 194 89 07APARTMENTBELGRADE.COMPROBLEMSOvercharging by illegal drivers, the biggest problem, impairs the reputation notonly of honest, hard-working drivers, but also the honest Serbians, because the taxidriver is one of the first persons you meet in our country.Cab drivers waiting to“rip you off”are often found at bus and rail stations and taxistands near nightclubs, shopping malls, big concerts and mass events.Illegal taxis look like legal ones.The registration number and thetaximeter are the differences! Inan illegal taxi, the meter keepsrolling over! If you see somethingunusual, tell the driver to stopand get out of the vehicle. If thedriver is at all threatening, justcall the police! Don’t listen toexcuses, con jobs or tall tales.Be especially wary of legal drivers calling themselves“independent taxi drivers”.They are easy to recognize by the white sign with only“taxi”written on it. They offeryou expensive rides in expensive cars.Such vehicles may cost you 30% more than a ride in a cab belonging to a taxiassociation mentioned above.There isn’t any real protection and youwill have to look out yourselves, the bestoption probably is to buy local sim card assoon you arrive to Belgrade. Price is 200dinars (less then two euros) and using itwill save you money even if you use it justfor calling a taxi!CONTACTThe safest way to get a legal taxi is by telephoning. Every taxi association hasdispatchers, who will send you the nearest car, generally within five minutes. Justtell the operator the address where you want the taxi to pick you up, and you will betold how soon the taxi will arrive.Contact phones of the biggest associations are:All legal taxis have registration plates ending with“TX”PRICESTaxi rides have three rates, tariff 1, 2, and 3, which are charged as follows:TARIFF I – charged from 06.00 – 22.00h, city areaTARIFF II – charged from 22.00-06.00h, on Sundays and holidays, city areaTARIFF III – charged to drive outside the cityFor more information about price (which can be changed),please follow this link.http://www.beograd.rs/cms/view.php?id=201690During the ride, look at the taximeter, always visible to the customer, which shows which tariffis being charged. Keep an eye on the price of the ride. If the driver didn’t turn on the meter orif it’s turning over too fast, mention it to the driver.In some taxi companies luggage does cost extra!• BEOGRADSKI: +381 1 9801• ZUTI: +381 1 9802• PINK: +381 1 9803• MAXISS: +381 1 9804• PLAVI: +381 1 9805• GOLD: +381 1 9806• ALFA: +381 1 9807• BELL: +381 1 9808• LUX: +381 11 30 33 123
  • +381 64 194 89 07HOSTELCAPTAIN.COMPublic transportation in Belgrade consists of bus, trolleybus and tram transportation.Belgrade doesn’t have a subway yet, so this is the fastest and cheapest way of masstransportation. The city is well covered by bus and trolley service, so you can get to almostany destination using public transportation.Many lines start in the city, the biggest hub of public transportation, especially the followingstations: ZELENI VENAC. TRG REPUBLIKE, TRG DIMITRIJA TUCOVICA and STUDENTSKI TRG.Public transportation is divided in day and night transportation.Day lines run between 4:00 AM and midnightNight lines run between midnight and 4.00 AM and run hourly.Fares differ, depending on whether you buy them on the vehicle or at a kiosk, anddepend on the time of day. Night fares are bought on the vehicle.Single ticket day transportation, on the vehicle – 145 RSDSingle ticket day transportation, at a kiosk – 72 RSDSingle ticket night transportation – 120 RSDYou can buy tickets at kiosks all over Belgrade. If you don’tlive in Belgrade, buy a PAPER UNPERSONALIZED CARD,which costs 40 RSDThis card works on a“prepaid”system and you pay,charging up the card, immediately after buying it.When the card is depleted, you can charge it upagain, for up to 600 RSD, or a maximum of 8 rides.If you are in Belgrade often, you can buy PLASTICUNPERSONALIZED CARD which costs 250 RSD. You can charge thiscard in any amount and however often you wish.Any driver can also sell you a single ticket.The driver will print and charge the ticket at your request. View slide
  • +381 64 194 89 07BELGRADEAPARTMENT.NETVerification procedure of the fare is very simple:1. Enter the vehicle at the marked entry2. Swipe the card on the electronic terminal next to the door3. If you have done it right you will get a sound confirmation and see a green light on theterminal, confirming the amount of credit remaining on the card. If there is a problem, youwill see a red light and hear a reject tone.TICKET CONTROLControl officers equipped with ticket control devices patrol transit vehicles.If you haven’t swiped your ticket, you will have to buy an EXTRA TICKET for 3000 RSD. If youdon’t have the money with you, the officer will ask you for identification, and you will be finedand ejected from the vehicle. You can pay the fine within 15 days, or a judicial proceeding willbe started against you.If you can’t pay the fine, it is likely to be forgiven. The number of people accruing these kindsof fines is huge, and the number of payments small, so the possibility of going to court isminimal.City Traffic and Bus Plus, because of this situation, often offer people bargains and lesser finesas it’s the only way to get people to pay them.Even though it’s not ideal, public transport offers decent, priceworthy service. Newtrolleybuses and trams are very comfortable and new buses are coming into service.Regrettably, some older buses that shouldn’t ever even pass safety inspection are still inservice.Since the introduction of the“yellow lane”, public transport in rush hours is far faster thanusing your own car. Since people that go to work by public transportation don’t havea problem with parking, they can get to work faster and more inexpensively than theircolleagues who come by car.If only the outstanding fines were paid, the quality of service would probably be much better! View slide
  • +381 64 194 89 07APARTMENTBELGRADE.COMParking in Belgrade is becoming a big problem. More, better cars, on the streets cause trafficjams and make searching for parking spots very difficult.To address the problem and discourage traffic and long term parking in the city center, theParking Service decided to split the city into zones. Also, this way, people who live in the citycenter can find a parking spot.But Belgrade doesn’t have a metro, and busses and trams are disorganized, so a great numberof Belgrade residents still drive into the city center. Belgrade life is harder if you can’t finishyour business in the city center in an hour, two, or three.PARKING ZONESParking in the city center has been split in threezones:• RED –retention in red zone is allowedfor 60 minutes.• YELLOW - retention in yellow zone isallowed for 120 minutes.• GREEN - retention in green zone is allowedfor 180 minutes.Charges apply from 7h until 21h every work dayand from 7h until 14h on Saturday.On Sundays parking is free.Payment for parking can be made by text messaging to thenumber written on the signpost for that zone. When you opena new message, depending from zone in which you are located,you should send:• RED –your registration number on 9111• YELLOW –your registration number on 9112• GREEN –your registration number on 9113.If you’ve sent a message right, you will get a conformation that the payment has been done.Save this message, because it’s the only evidence of your payment.If the time you paid for passes, you must send another massage to extend your parking time.You will receive a message with a notice that your parking has been expired.Price for parking depends on where you parked your car:• RED – 56 RSD = 0.46 Eur• YELLOW – 38 RSD = 0, 31 EUR• GREEN – 31 RSD = 0.25 EURThis amount will be charged trough your phone bill!
  • +381 64 194 89 07HOSTELCAPTAIN.COMIf you don’t have a mobile phone, you canbuy a parking card at a kiosk or from auniformed Parking Service Worker, wearinga hat, badge, and carrying a PDA device.Parking Service Workers are hard to catch,because they are moving all the time!When you buy a parking ticket, you have tofill it out and put it on your dashboard! Foreach zone there are parking tickets. Parkingticket should be filled out with year, month,day, hour and minute when you started yourparking. The best place to put parking ticketis on your dashboard, where it will be visible through the windshield of your car.Parking in one of the public garages is safe but very expensive way of parking,and it cost 50-100 RSD = 0.4 – 0.83 EUR for each started our.FINESIf you forgot to send a text, or to buy a parking ticket to pay for parking, a supplementalcharge will be on your windshield. (1870 RSD = 15.58 EUR) This ticket allows you parking for24 hours from the time written on the ticket.Supplemental tickets should be paid within 8 days; otherwise you will have legalconsequences. They will sue you, and you will pay the ticket and court costs.If you parked your car properly, on a marked parking spot, your vehicle will not be towedaway. If you parked on spots reserved by a yellow marking, in a green area, zebra stripes…your vehicle will most likely be towed. The penalty for inappropriate parking and towing isaround 90 EUR.SHORTCUTSIn theory this system should give satisfying results, make the lives of citizens easier and fillthe city’s coffers, but as in every system, there are loopholes.Because the Parking Service is not provided by the police or border control, it is very difficultfor them to collect. Tickets are paid, in practice, only by conscientious citizens, or thosefrightened by the lawyers of the Parking Service.If your vehicle has foreign plates, just remove the ticket from front window and throw it away,because there is no possibility of charging you in other countries. Because of this undefinedsituation, Parking Service isn’t capable of taking action against people who don’t respect therules.If this problem is solved, people who havepenalties will have problems, and becauseof that many people decide to pay theirparking tickets, for: “it is better to paya little money now, than have biggerproblems later on…”
  • +381 64 194 89 07BELGRADEAPARTMENT.NET1. KALEMEGDAN44.824236,20.451175 (google maps)Medieval fortress and the biggest park right inthe center of the city. Inside Kalemegdan youcan see the Army Museum, the Observatory,the Ruzica church, the Zoo, historicalmonuments, underground passages, andbasketball and tennis courts. Take in thefantastic views of New Belgrade, Zemun andconfluence of the Sava and Danube rivers.Kalemegdan is most beautiful during asummer sunset.2. CROSSROADS OF KRALJA PETRA ANDKNEZA SIME MARKOVICA STREETS44.817661, 20.452077 (google maps)At this crossroads, you will see important thingson all 4 corners.• Serbian Patriarchate,• The Cathedral Church,• The Residence of Princess Ljubica• The oldest kafana in Belgrade – Question Mark.3.REPUBLIC SQUARE44.816261,20.460252 (google maps)Main City Square! This is the most popular meeting point for Belgraders and where to find theNational Theater, National Museum and the Prince Mihailo monuments.It’s not easy to choose a few highlights to see duringyour Belgrade stay.But since your time is limited, why not start with the citycenter, and enjoy a small taste of Belgrade’s beautifulattractions.
  • +381 64 194 89 07APARTMENTBELGRADE.COM6. SAINT SAVA TEMPLE44.797794,20.468381 (google maps)The second biggest Orthodox temple in the world is dedicated to the first Serbian patriarch.It is located in Karadorde park.7. SKC - 44.80629,20.464733 (google maps)This is one of our best-known sights and a meeting point for young people.Through the ages SKC was the most happening concert venue.In the market around SKC people sell hand made jewelry and old records.4. NATIONAL ASSEMBLY44.811633,20.465638 (google maps)5. NIKOLA TESLA MUSEUM - 44.805057,20.470723 (google maps)Nikola Tesla is one of Serbia’s most famous native sons.His inventions have changed the world.In the museum dedicated to his life and work you can see what madea great scientist and engineer tick.
  • +381 64 194 89 07HOSTELCAPTAIN.COMIt is really hard to answer to this question cause there are so many places where you shouldgo and try some of our national specialties. However, you won’t go hungry during your visit.The offerings is wide ranging, from kiosks to buy burgers, sandwiches, hot-dogs, pancakes,pizza…. to traditional Serbian“kafana”or restaurants with international cuisine. One thing’sfor sure; nowhere in the world will you find a better price/quality relationship, between firstclass service, large portions and fantastic ambiance with prices on the reasonable end of theEuropean standard.In all my writings, I’ve tried to be objective and point out all the good points of Belgrade, buthere, as someone who knows how to enjoy good food I’m offering you my best intelligence.Serbian cuisine is meat-based, so if you are a vegetarian you may have a problem finding aplace that suits you.Let’s start when you got up and go to breakfast.BAKERIESThe least expensive option for breakfast is a bakery. Bakeries are practically everywhere inthe city center. For your breakfast you must try BUREK and yogurt. BUREK is a type of pie,made with meat, cheese, mushrooms, apples, cherries or simply pastry. This high caloriebreakfast will keep you full until late afternoon.In a bakery you can also buy bread, rolls, pastry, donuts, etc., and you’ll findit hard to spend more than 2 Euros per person8. OLD AND NEW PALACE – 44.810499,20.462635 (google maps)The Old Palace was the residence of the Obrenovic Family, which ruled Serbiaduring part of the 19thcentury. Today, it houses the City Assembly.The New Palace was the residence of the Karadjordjevic family, which ruled Serbia during 19thand 20thcentury. Today it is the office of Serbian president.These palaces are next to each other.By following this route, you will pass by many interesting buildings, parks, fountainsand you will walk through some of the most beautiful streets in Belgrade.If you stay more than few days in Belgrade,you can take the time to see many other sights as well!
  • +381 64 194 89 07BELGRADEAPARTMENT.NETSTARA HERCEGOVINA – Carigradska 36 - 44.819008,20.47434 (google maps).A“Kafana”with great food and service. A large number of tables. No matter what you tryon the menu, you won’t make a mistake, but don’t miss out on the pork knuckles! (svinjskakolenica).KALENIĆ – Milesevska 2 - 44.801479,20.476023 (google maps)This place has a long tradition and special charm, with a nice outdoor seating area, a greatlocation and good food. A legendary ”kafana”. Even though there are many choices on themenu, the -ćevapi na kajmaku- are a particular favorite!Prices vary, but for a complete meal: soup, salad, main course, desert with drinks, you will payaround 15 Euro per person.Next to these pubs, Belgraders will recommend others, and almost every city guide willrecommend some of the“Skadarlija’s”kafanas. The oldest one is“?”(Znak Pitanja, or Questionmark) ...FAST FOODIf you decide to have breakfast or a snack in a fast food restaurant, you will face a great vari-ety of different food, including hamburgers, gyros, hot-dogs, pancakes, pizzas or sandwiches.There you will be able to eat for 2-3 Euros per person. Among the fast food restaurants youwill find chains such as McDonald’s and KFC as well as lots of places with Chinese food.“KAFANA”(PUBS)A kafana is a place where you can always buy a good meal and drinks. It’s like a pub, but in aSerbian way. During the night most kafanas have live music and great atmosphere! Kafanaswith live music are most often found in Skadarlija, the old bohemian part of town. All kafanashave similar cuisine and prices. But all“kafanas”are not alike. A few serve fantastic food,with large portions, great service and atmosphere – friendly and relaxed. Three kafanas haveboasted great quality and service for years:ČUBURA – Makenzijeva bb, Gradic Pejton - 44.797536,20.474349 (google maps)The best barbeque in Belgrade. Great ambience, in the heart of Vračar. If you decide on this“kafana”, be sure to try the smoked pork. (dimljena vešalica)
  • +381 64 194 89 07APARTMENTBELGRADE.COMIguana – Karadordeva 2-4 - 44.820051,20.448001 (google maps)Enjoy yourselves in a restaurant on the banks of the Sava, offering a whole different conceptfrom most restaurants: food, wine and jazz! An extremely interesting and varied menu!At the end, for those who have a sweet tooth, treat yourselves to a fantastic“urma”cake!Price here depends on many factors. But all of these restaurants are worth the trip and theprice!RESTAURANTSFor lunch or dinner in a restaurant, it’s hard to make a mistake. In the city centre there are lotsof fantastic restaurants, offering you great service and extraordinary ambiance. Aside fromthe Serbian cuisine you can enjoy Italian, French, Mexican, Greek, Chinese or Japanese.Some recommendations:OPERA – Obilicev venac 30 - 44.815325,20.458873 (google maps)On the menu there are various specialties. Fantastic unique interior, nice garden, great loca-tion and above all top service are the basics advantages of this restaurant.Don’t miss out on the smoked ribs!MADERA – Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 43 - 44.808574,20.469968 (google maps).Restaurant with service on highest level, beautiful outdoor seating,and a great choice of meals and drinks. Be sure to try Tatar beefsteak!
  • +381 64 194 89 07HOSTELCAPTAIN.COMCOFFEE SHOPSWalking through the city centre you will come across lots of coffee shops where you can takea break. Here, next to all kinds of coffee, you can have juice, tea, beer, wine... Some coffeeshops offer sandwiches, salads and cakes. Coffee shops are the cheapest and most popularform of entertainment. For 2-3 Euros you can sit in the coffee shop for a couple of hours andenjoy talking with friends or reading a newspaper and relaxing from work.In the centre of the city there are a few places where a large number of coffee shops is locatedon a small place, it’s always busy there, and always a lot of people.STRAHINJICA BANA44.821451,20.461584 (google maps)One of the most famous Belgrade streets, knownexclusively for a big number of coffee shops and aplace where you can see expensive cars and girlsdressed as if they were to walk down the red carpet.Some also call this street“Silicon valley”, because ofthe women who go there and who have affection forplastic surgery.OBILICEV VENAC44.815599,20.458322 (Google maps)On a small place there are a dozen coffee places withbig outdoors seating areas which are packed withpeople in any time of day. Great place for peoplepausing from work or sightseeing.CVETNI TRG44.805864,20.465092 (Google maps)As in aforementioned case, lots of bars on smallspace. Nice location. Very pleasant ambiance nearSlavija Square and“Beogradjanka”.Belgrade is one of the best and most famous destinations if you are looking for“a good nightout”. Great number of coffee places, bars, pubs and clubs guaranties the best time and forsure you will find something at your taste.One of the symbols of Belgrade are“splavovi”– clubs on water. During the summer these arethe most popular places to go out to. All kinds of music can be heard, coming from the banksof Sava and Danube, and everybody can find a place for himself or herself.Your fun can start in the late afternoon hours in some of the coffee shops, continue in some ofthe pubs or cocktail bars, and end in the early morning hours on some of the clubs in the cityor at the river.
  • +381 64 194 89 07BELGRADEAPARTMENT.NETCLUBS ON THE RIVER DANUBE44.825865,20.424546(google maps)• ACAPULCO• AMSTERDAM• BLEY WATCH• H2OThese places are mainly withdomestic, Serbian musicCLUBS ON ADA44.786099,20.403485(google maps)These clubs, during the day coffeeshops, are located on the bank ofthe lake. Live gigs of great bands arethe main quality of these clubs. Mostknown among them are:• TIME OUT• SUNSET• RED SHOES• POSITIVECLUBS IN THE CITY CENTREYou can find all kinds of clubs in the centre.Most known are:• MR STEFAN BRAUN – Nemanjina 4• MAGACIN – Karadjordjeva 2-4• TUBE – Simina 21• TEATRO – Sarajevska 26• PLASTIC – Takovska 34• KST – Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 73• HAVANA – Nikole Spasica 1• FABRIKA – Bulevar Despota Stefana 115KAFANAKafana are places where you can enjoyfood and drinks combined with live music!In a kafana there will be a small orchestra,playing traditional songs, they go fromtable to table and see that all musicalrequests are met. Custom is to tip themusicians a little. The atmosphere can getreally dynamic and it’s common for theguests to start dancing, even on tables, ifthe song“gets”to them.The most famous bars of this kind (kafanas) are to be found inSKADARLIJA (44.817768,20.464768) or ZEMUN (44.835969,20.411303)CLUBSIt is hard to name all the good clubs in Belgrade, because there are really a lot of these kindsof objects. Most different kinds of music attract most different people and there’s a place foranyone. Places where clubs are located can be divided in 4 groups.1. Clubs on the river Sava2. Clubs on the river Danube3. Clubs at Ada Ciganlija4. Clubs in the city centreFOR ANY CLUB YOU CAN MAKE A RESERVATION BY CALLING:+381 62 222 152CLUBS ON THE RIVER SAVA44.808513,20.444598(google maps)Most known here are:• SOUND• RIVER• FREESTYLER• PLASTIC• POVETARAC• 20/44These places are mainly withelectronic music.
  • +381 64 194 89 07APARTMENTBELGRADE.COM1. HOW TO MAKE THE RESERVATION?There are 3 ways to make the reservation:• Via e-mail office@belgradeapartment.net• Via contact form on the website• Via phone +381 64 194 89 071. After you looked all the apartments and decided which one you would like to rent, youshould send us e-mail with following details:• Your name• Your e-mail address (if you are sending inquiry from another e-mail address)• Your cell phone number• Arrival date• Departure date• Number of persons you need to accommodateYou will get a reply as soon as possible (within 12 hours). If the apartment you wanted toreserve is not available, we will send you a list of available apartments.2. Filling out the contact form is the easiest and fastest way to get info about availability.After submitting the form, you will get response in 12 hours.3. You may reach us 24/7 via phone and get all information immediately!2. WHEN AND HOW SHOULD I PAY?You will pay total amount on your arrival when you receive the keys. You will pay in cash.We don’t accept credit cards. You may pay in: • Serbian Dinars (RSD) • Euros (EUR) – preferred method • American Dollars (USD) • English Pounds (GBP) • Swiss Franks (CHF).You will be asked to pay 30% of total amount in advanceonly if you are staying more than 2 weeks or during the New Year holidays.Damage deposit will not be asked!Everything is included in price we agreed during the reservation processand there will be no additional coasts.There is no“hidden coasts”as well!3.WHAT IS THE ADDRESS OF THE APARTMENTAll apartments are located in the very heart of the city but on different address. The address of theapartment you have booked will be sent to you in the confirmation mail. We will meet in front of thebuilding at agreed time. We will go together to the apartment where you will receive the keys and basicinformation. We will make agreement about departure time and we will come on departure date to takeback the keys.Check in: From 13.00hCheck out: Until 12.00hLate check in will be charged if you are coming after 22.00hEarly check out is free of charge!You may come in the apartment before 13h only if there were not other clients previous day!You may stay after 12h only if there are no other clients coming that day!4. HOW TO GET TO THE CITY CENTERThere are 4 ways to reach the city centre from the airport:• Airport pick up• Taxi• Shuttle bus which will take you to Slavija Square• Public transportation – Bus #72 which will take you to Zeleni Venac Square1. We can offer you airport pick up. This service will be extra charged! However this is the safest andfastest way to get to the apartment. Our driver will wait for you at the airport. He will hold a paperwith your name so you will easily recognize him..2. If you decide to take a taxi, make agreement about the price before you come in.3. Shuttle bus is cheap option, which will take you to the Slavija Square. From that point you maytake a trolleybus, a taxi or you can walk to the apartment4. Bus 72 is definitely the cheapest option. Last stop is Zeleni Venac Square. From that point youcan take a taxi or walk until you reach the apartment.If you are coming to Belgrade by bus or train, there are 3 ways to reach the apartment:• Taxi• Public transportation – Tram number 2• By foot1. If you decide to take a taxi, be very careful! The worst kind of taxi drivers is waiting for you at thetrain or bus station. There is a huge possibility that you will pay much more than a regular price.2. Tram number 2 is cheap and good option since the ride will be very short! Depending on whichapartment you have booked, you should take a tram towards Kalemegdan Fortress or SlavijaSquare..3. Bus and train stations are not far away from the city centre. If you decide to walk, you will reachthe apartment in about 15 minutes.