Architecture| Urbanism | Yugoslavian history
Language: Serbian, English, Italian
Duration: 2 ½ hours by taxi, more than 3 ½ hours by public transport
Price: 1200 dinars*/10€ (groups above 8 people)
Private tours: contact us
* Transports required for the tour: taxi, private shuttle, or public transportation. The costs are not included.
The construction of the new city on the other bank of the Sava River, Novi Beograd, built after the Second World War, is considered to be the largest and most important urban development in the former Yugoslavia. A significant number of buildings aimed to be modern and functional, but also to emphasize the importance of the new city.
Starting from the SIV building, among the first constructions raised in the area, you can visit the most important places that marked the life of the ex socialist Belgrade.
Titoville tour is a unique excursion among the architectures of socialism; modernism and architectural brutalism, without missing the other sites that marked the city before Tito’s era.
Route: Sava Centar, Siv*, Hotel Yugoslavia, Genex, Blokovi, Museum of contemporary art, Trade Union Hall, Generalštab building, Post office building, Bigz building, Dedinje House of flowers*
* The asterisk indicates the places where a ticket is required. We can arrange on request a visit. The ticket is charged to the client.