The train ride was smooth and there wasn't much problem during the custom check but again...I'm in the land where I don't understand a single sign or word, luckily the people here speak some basic english. After saying that there isn't much stuff in Belgrade, it's a very small city and can be covered in 1-2 days depending how fast you walk.
Before hitting Belgrade
At the main train station
After we arrived, we followed the map provided by hostelworld and because we were unable to comprehend the road names, we got lost and seek helped from a pedestrian who could speak english. OH MY you don't know how relieved I was, and we realised we are suppose to head north but instead we went south. She told us to take a cab which wouldn't cost much but we aren't got no Serbian Dinar. We went to scout around the area for money exchange and after that we found this pastry shop beside the money exchange shop.
Pastry Shop *looks great and I'm a fan of pastry*
Bought 2 pastry and we hailed a taxi, and off we were to our hostel, Captain Hostel.
Captain Hostel's Common Room
The hostel looks great and we caught like the French Open during our stay there, we were given a 6 bed-room for the 2 of us as they ran out of twin rooms. After checking in, we went to eat our pastries and realised they don't bake their pastry but instead, they deep fried them, it was so oily and we couldn't finish them.
Got the map and circled the places of interest and off we went to explore Belgrade. I wouldn't say Belgrade is that fantastic as what wikitravel wrote but then it's just my own opinion.
A mural near my hostel
The roads in the city
The old Palace
I heard they change the flowers frequently
Took this that was beside the old palace