Serbia is a country with several parallel traditions. One of them is royal, and when the crown prince and princess invite you to visit, you do not turn down this invitation. Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine traditionally open the doors of the Palace complex to all interested citizens and tourists.
Through the Tourist Organization of Belgrade, you can visit the Royal and White Palace accompanied by professional tourist guides every weekend, from April to October 2018. Get to know history, art and culture during a two-hour walk through residential buildings, parks and gardens. Visit the Palace Chapel dedicated to St. Andrew the First-Called (Sveti Andrej Prvozvani), the St. Patron of the Royal Family. Meeting with hosts is inevitable, and photographs will enrich your collection of beautiful memories.
The Royal Palace at Dedinje is the work of architects Zivojin Nikolic and Nikolaj Krasnov and is a representative example of the architecture of the 1930s in the Serbian-Byzantine style. For lovers of landscape architecture there are pergolas, park terraces, pools, pavilion and concert terrace with a beautiful view of Dedinje, Kosutnjak, Topcider and Avala. The White Palace dominates with its brilliance, and the value of the artistic collection goes beyond national frameworks.