Located only a 5 minute walk from Danube River’s quay, the Villa Petra hotel in Belgrade, Serbia, was opened in 1996 and operates in a 19th century old house. The hotel is very popular among tourists who wish to experience the traditional charm and hospitality of Belgrade, as well as among locals who frequently come here for their morning coffee. The hotel has housed many concerts, exhibitions, and poetry events, and features a beautiful garden where guests can relax and unwind. Away from the noise of Serbia's capital city, Villa Petra caters to leisure and business travelers alike. The hotel has a meeting room that can accommodate up to 25 participants, making it an ideal venue for holding small gatherings, team-building events, presentations, or private parties. From the hotel, guests have easy access to everything that Belgrade has to offer, both in terms of culture and vibrant night life, with many hip clubs open until dawn. Some of the most popular tourist attractions are Belgrade's many museums, including the National Museum, which holds many foreign masterpieces and the famous Miroslavljevo Jevanđelje (Miroslav's Gospel). Other premier attractions are the Parliament, the Temple of Saint Sava, and the Old Palace.