₱1,263 per night is how much hostels in Belgrade cost, on average. ₱600 per night was the lowest price recently found by HotelsCombined users - but anything for ₱1,135 per night or less is a good deal. Belgrade hostel prices fluctuate throughout the year, with July being the most expensive month to book, and in July being the cheapest.
Pop Art Hostel is 11.4 km away from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, making it the closest Belgrade hostel to the city’s most popular airport.
Hostels in Belgrade tend to have a more active social scene than hotels, so they’re perfect for outgoing travelers looking to meet other people. Belgrade hostels are, on average, cheaper than other stays in the city due to their dorm-style sleeping quarters. However, this means you can spend your money elsewhere such as on local tours and events.
Yes, 3 Belgrade hostels list “ac” as an amenity. If you’re looking for a particular hostel in Belgrade with this feature, then consider staying at the popular Hostel Fine.