Halldis offers such a wide selection of apartments for rent in Belgrade you will surely find the solution that suits you best. In the vicinity there are some of the major landmarks: the shopping street Knez Mihajlova filled with clubs and restaurants, the Kalemegdan Fortress, Strahinjića Bana -the heart of Belgrade nightlife- and the bohemian atmosphere of Skadarlija.
Halldis flats in Belgrade are available for both short and long-term rentals, from a minimum of three days up to a year, and they guarantee a comfortable and pleasant stay. Read All What does renting a Belgrade serviced apartment mean? -
Plenty of space and privacy; -
Personalized and flexible rental agreements with no intermediary and no hidden commissions; -
Competitive prices, especially in the medium and long term, as well as the constant support provided by our local staff.
To find the perfect Belgrade apartment for rent, write or call us at +1 917 30.00.299 or +44 126.96.36.199.55.
Classic and modern styles embrace on the banks of the Danube
As Andrzej Wajda once wrote, “Belgrade is a fantastic European city, closely linked with the whole world”. Belgrade is a classic and modern city, rich in artistic and cultural traditions and is a jewel which is not yet fully appreciated but certainly one waiting to be discovered, with multiple souls which combine in harmony. For those of you not wishing to renounce your daily comfort and privacy, a rented apartment is the perfect solution and effectively replaces the traditional hotel.
In geographic terms, the city is situated between the Sava and magnificent Danube rivers, where the crystal blue water blends in with the city parks and architecture of its local buildings. In this natural charm, Belgrade offers cultural tours and entertainment to compete with the biggest cities in Europe. Halldis apartments, located right in the city centre, you can plan your walking route to admire the most emblematic monuments of the Serbian capital, like the Belgrade fortress with its adjoining Kalemegdan Park, Republic Square or the Imperial Palace.
If you are on the lookout for culinary pleasures, other than the small typical restaurants in the city centre, one of the best alternatives is to experiment with local cuisine with dinner at home in order to soak up the Serbian way of life, in the tranquillity and privacy that only an apartment can offer.