Red door Hostel - place you will love. We offer high quality for lowest prices you can find in Belgrade. We offer different type of rooms (twenty beds altogether: an eight bed dorm, a six bed dorm and three twin bed private rooms.) with fresh sheets, blankets, and pillows (all the time), big fully equipped kitchen (stove, fridge, dishwasher, microwave oven, toaster, kitchenware etc.), two bathrooms with hot showers - all the time, (also washing machine, hair dryer, iron with ironing board etc.), huge living room (cable TV), and beside that our professional staff is more than welcome to make your stay even better experience. All rooms come equipped with air conditioning units and lockers.
We also provide you hostel computers with fast free internet as well as Wi-Fi so that you can use the net and free bicycles, free mobile phones with local SIM cards. And more!
Red door is located in No. 60 Gavrila Principa Street, only 2 minutes walking from the bus and railway stations! and 3 minutes from the Danube river, where all great fun nights clubs are, 4minutes from Belgrade most famous building 'Beogradjanka' aka Belgrade lady, 5minutes from Pedestrian street Knez Mihailova, and 6minutes from Kalemegdan fortress -offers view of the Belgrade and its history, as well as the confluence with the Danube and Sava Beds are a mixture of eastern style floor bedding and western style divan beds. Facilities and rooms are basic, sometimes shared. A suite room with TV and fridge offers accommodation to families. Backpackers are more than welcome in our dorms. Aslan Guest House (Aslan Konuk Evi) is only a few minutes walk from the centre of Sanliurfa.
Sanliurfa is located in the south of Turkey. It is a very old town - known as Edessa in Roman and Greek times. And according to some it is where Abraham was born.
No wonder that there is a lot to see and do if you are looking for historic sights. Mevlid Halil mosque, with the cave of Abraham and the citadel with its Corinthian columns are highlights. Take a minibus to visit Job's cave at Eyup Peygamber. While you are in the area, make sure to visit Harran, 40km south to the Syrian border and see the dome shape house and other archaeological sites and rivers.