Just a Few Words


Reveller’s is located in the heart of the city, in Belgrade’s famous bohemian quarter. We’re surrounded by some of the best bars, cafes and traditional restaurants.

Our common areas are spacious and include; a chill-out lounge, a large & well-equipped kitchen (with balcony), and the highlight.. Our huge industrial garden which has a bar in the summer. It’s the perfect place to start your night 😎

As the name suggests, we like to enjoy a few bevvy’s in the evenings. We’ll take you out, and bring you to some cool local pubs/bars, clubs or Belgrade’s famous splavs (party boats)!

We have a combination of local and international staff, who have years of experience running party hostels all over Europe. Their goal is to show YOU the best possible time in Belgrade!


For Free:
Super-fast WiFi | Super-fast WiFi | Luggage storage | A ready-made bed | Air-conditioning | Maps | Tourist information | Tea & coffee | Hairdryers | Iron |

For a small Fee
Basic laundry service for 600 RSD (wash & dry) | Towel rental for 150 RSD | Daily bike rental for 1000 RSD |


Directions to the Hostel


From Nikola Tesla Airport
Transfer: We can arrange an airport transfer so a driver will be waiting for you in the arrival area. Please send us your flight details up to 2 days before your arrival. The rate is 20 EUR per transfer (up to 4 persons).

By Taxi: In front of the airport you can take a taxi, the price should be around 2000 RSD (17 EUR). You can also buy a taxi voucher from a stand inside the airport for a fixed price to avoid getting ripped off. Be aware of taxi frauds and ask for approximate price before you get into a taxi.

By Bus: In front of the departure entrance there are two bus lines. The first is the A1 shuttle bus that goes every 20-30 minutes in the summer. The ticket price is 300 RSD. You can buy the ticket from the driver, and we recommend having cash. The bus then goes directly to Slavija Square. From here you can take bus 24, 31 or trolley bus 19, 21, 22 and 29 to Republic Square.

As of Summer 2019 there is major construction at Republic Square. Please look at the walking directions in advance, or have an offline map downloaded on Maps.me or Google.

As a rough guide: walk to the corner of National Theatre and turn left, walk 100 meters down Francuska street, then turn right onto Simina street. After 50 meters you'll reach Skadarska, and your Reveller's is just around the corner to your left.

The second bus option is the public bus 72 that leaves approximately every 40 min. The ticket price is 170 RSD and you can buy it from the driver. Get off at last stop (Zeleni Venac), and make a right through the underground passage. Continue through the passage until the end, and walk straight for a little over 5 minutes, and you will arrive at Republic Square. From there, follow the walking directions above.

From Belgrade Main Bus Station
The easiest way to the hostel is on foot as it only takes 20 minutes, however there is a steep incline on the way up. Follow Milovana Milovanovica street until you arrive at Balkanska. Turn up Balkanska and walk the full length of the street. You will arrive at Hostel Moskow (Hostel Moskva). Turn left onto Terazije and follow it straight for around 200m. You will then arrive at Republic Square, and can follow the walking directions mentioned above.

From Belgrade Centar Train Station (Prokop)
For this route, please make sure you have directions saved in a map application before arriving. The train station is difficult to navigate and is in a strange location!

Walk up the stairs from the station towards the main street. From here, head right along the main road for 450m. You should then arrive at Ortopedski Zavod bus station. Take bus 44 towards Dunav Stanica which comes approximately every 30 minutes. Take the bus 6 stops to Dusanova, then walk up Francuska street 100m. Turn left onto onto Gospodar-Jevremova, then turn right onto Skadarska. Reveller's is 100m away on your right-hand side.

Please be aware that overnight trains coming/going from Belgrade are known to have thieves on board. Our advice is to avoid taking overnight trains.

If you are travelling to/from neighbouring cities such as Budapest, Sarajevo or Timisoara, we can help arrange a door-to-door shuttle service which is usually the same price (or cheaper) than regular buses. Send us an email for more information!

Keep in mind that all forms of transportation need to be paid in RSD only! We recommend having cash (especially from the airport), however you can often tap your card on public transport to pay. You should either exchange or withdraw small amount of money from the nearest exchange office or ATM. Keep in mind that the exchange offices at the Airport and Main Train & Bus Stations take commission, and you will get a better rate in the city center.