Uzice is a city in Serbia.
It has an attractive setting, in a limestone gorge, with red-roofed houses spreading up the hillsides. However, the central area is largely concrete (1960s?) and quite run down. The high number of Yugos on the roads gives the impression that there isn't much money around.
The Uzice-Ponikve airport is under repairs and will soon have scheduled flights from Belgrade, 2007 or 2008.
Four fast and six slow trains pass through on the Belgrade-Bar rail line (3 hours from Belgrade). Train from Belgrade consts 826 RSD including reservation (€8.26) (2010).
Train and bus stations are adjacent, south of the river, just a few minutes walk to the centre.
There is a major bus terminal about a five minute walk from the centre, buses will run to most major cities out of Uzice, including Belgrade. A bus from Belgrade to Užice costs ~1200 rsd (€10).
The best way to get around is on foot but if you want travel around the best way is a taxi.
There is a useful map (arial view) of the town at the train station, from which you can find your way to the Tourist Information Office (closes at 4pm).
- Stari Grad (Стари град; meaning old town) (There are several ways to get there, not marked but easy enough to figure out). Old ruins of a castle just out of town. Historians believe it was built between the 12th and 13th centuries. It is positioned on a large steep cliff, and surrounded on three sides by the river Đetinja. Today it consists of several ruined buildings, including the citadel and many of its surrounding walls.
- Also the St George Serbian Orthodox church in Uzice is a must.
- Walk around see the sights of Uzice.
- Also take a day trip out and see the lovely mountains around Uzice.
- And if you are between he ages of 13 to 99 you can also got to techno clubs and clubs, there are many and if you don't know where there is a good one just ask around or ask a taxi driver
- House, Uzice is one of the most laid back and easy going towns in whole of Europe
The best thing to eat is Burek, a pastry with meat and cheese, can be bought from vendors all over town.
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- It seems the only hotel in town is the rather pretentious Hotel Zlatibor, a brutalist concrete tower right in the centre of town.
- Eko Hostel Republik, Zele Durica 34 (Just five minutes away from the centre of the town), ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. Check-out: 12ː00. There is also a new modern small hostel with familiar atmosphere opened on September 2013 called "Eko Hostel Republik" with share and private accommodation. bunk beds (€9 or €12/night).