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For greater reconstructive works, accommodation is free. Free transfer from airport to clinic/accommodation for all our patients.
Lazar Lux Apartments
Lazar Lux newly built luxury apartments are situated in the city center at Stjepana Ljubise Street 31 in one of the most exclusive buildings of this type and purpose. Only 1 km from our apartments, you can find Knez Mihailova Street - a pedestrian zone with exclusive shops, the old Kalemegdan Fortress and the famous bohemian quarter of Belgrade – Skadarlija. We provide free parking and transfer from the airport for all our guests.
Garni hotel Vozarev *** is located in a quiet and beautiful area near the city center. Located on the edge of the municipality of Zvezdara and Vracar, in the center of many events, it is an ideal choice for business people, patients from abroad, athletes and all tourists visiting Belgrade. Garni hotel Vozarev is only 20 minutes drive away from the international airport Nikola Tesla and 10 minutes from the main bus station and Belgrade Fair. During their stay guests have at their disposal free hotel parking. Hotel is pets friendly.
WhatClinicSerbia Apartment is a brand new modern and tastefully decorated accommodation in the Generala Horvatovica Str, No. 15, next to the well known Gospodara Vucica Str. This apartment provide our company free of charge for our patients who are performing greater procedures, also we provide free parking and transfer from the airport for all our guests. Many clinics that are part of our company are located near this apartment.
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