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You have to go to the palace as a part of a tour which you can book at the tourist office in Belgrade. You depart in bus and get to the palace compound in half an hour. The guides are really good and give good...More
We booked a ticket for a very reasonable price at the Belgrade tourist information for the following day. We needed to show ID or passport to register. The English speaking tour departed the city centre by bus at 9:30. We went to see the White...More
We lucked out and got a private tourof the house and gardens. The church is a replica of St Sava in Belgrade. The house is lovely with many pieces of artwork and painting. The cellar is painted like a Russia palace. The grounds are impressive,...More
This palace is not as palatial as others we have seen in Europe. It is currently sometimes occupied by Crown Prince Alexander and his family. They do not own the palace. He is the last heir to the non-existent Kingdom of Yugoslavia and claims the...More
Definitely a must see place in Serbia. If you are interested in history of Europe, than this is an extremely big part of it as it is residence home of our famous dinasty Obrenovic. Historical heritage can be seen even in the architecture of the...More