We could use someone to work in the reception area. That includes checking guests in and out, socializing and answering any questions that may arise.
The rest of the time you can spend exploring the city and all that it has to offer, playing PlayStation, relaxing on the couch or in the garden, or playing with our pets, Albert & Fritz.
Tasks & Roles
The actual work you have to do includes looking through the new bookings, filling in the new arrivals to our system and occasionally cleaning/making sure the rooms are ready. If you’re applying for this, please don’t ask about working less than 4 weeks. I need time to train you, time for you to work on your own, and time to train new volunteers. Any less than 4 weeks doesn’t really allow for that.
Also, looking for artists. So if you can paint or really create any visual medium, please let me know. I have a lot of wall (and ceiling) space that is ready for painting and a couple of old murals that could use a new look :). The minimum stay doesn’t necessarily apply for this as I don’t expect all works to take 3 weeks to complete. Contact for more details.
Volunteer in Serbia Living
Bed in a 7/8 bed dormitory with full access to facilities 24/7.
Take bus A1 one stop. From there, take bus 65. until (Veljka Dugoševića stop). Once there walk 140m right. Look for number 68.
From Central Bus Station
Take tram 7 in the direction of Ustanicka.t after 3 stops. Switch to bus 74 in the same direction until Veljka Dugoševića stop. Once there, walk 140m right. Look for number 68.
From Train Station
Take trolly #40 in the Zvezdara direction, after approximately 10 stops, get off in Marka Oreškovića av, then cross the street in front of you (there is not a crossroad, so be careful when you cross). Once you cross the street head up north on Đurićeva street till the end of the street, then make a left on Svetog Nikole st. Look for number 68.
We host volunteers and guests from all over the world. By volunteering here, you’ll not only meet these people and learn from them (and them from you), but also experience the Belgradian way of life. And if you’re an artist, you’ll even leave something behind for others to see.
Belgrade offers plenty of great and interesting places to visit. I have lived my whole life here and I can recommend and direct you to anything that peaks your interest.
The city is also very cheap compared to Europe or US.
Getting from our hostel to the city center takes about 25-30 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by a bus that stops just across the street from us.
We have a nice beach, an amazing fortress with an exceptional view, two big rivers, lots of museums and a plethora of places to go out to offer to you. People in Belgrade are extremely friendly, so even if traveling alone, you can always make new friends 🙂
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