Visit the Royal Palaces

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Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine are pleased to inform all interested citizens should they wish to visit the Royal Compound, that the organization of regular tours continues in cooperation with the Tourist Organization of Belgrade every weekend from April through October.

Visiting the Royal and White Palaces is organised so that visitors with professional tour guides will get acquainted with the history, art and culture in a nice two-hour walk through the Royal Compound. The tour includes the magnificent Royal and White Palaces and the Royal Chapel dedicated to the patron Saint of the Royal Family – St. Andrew the First Called.

Every Saturday and Sunday from  April through  October at two regular times 11 am and 2 pm, the Royal Compound will be open to the public. The entry ticket includes a round trip transfer tourist bus starting from Nikola Pasic Square in Belgrade; the Royal Compound is only a few minutes from the city centre. There is also a possibility to organize group tours during work days by previous appointment. For all information and reservations, visitors must visit the Tourist Information Centre, Knez Mihailova 5, 11000 Beograd

Tel. 011 2635-622 and 011 2635-343

Contact person: Mrs. Andjelka Vukovic

Email: dvorskikompleks@tob.co.rs  Website: www.tob.co.rs

The limit per group is up to 50 people.

Schools, students and pension associations interested in visiting the Royal Compound should call the Office of HRH Crown Prince Alexander directly at 011/306-4014 and or email: kancelarija@dvor.rs.

Links:

Tourist Organization of Belgrade

Tourist Organization of Serbia

Presentation of The Royal Palaces

Conditions of Admission to The Royal Compound

  • No visitors will be allowed in before previously registering at the Tourist Organization of Belgrade
  • No bulky luggage – it must be left on the bus
  • No consumption of food and drink anywhere in The Royal Compound
  • No shorts in The Royal Chapel
  • No photographs of the premises used by the military
  • No photographs inside (it is allowed to take photographs of the palaces)
  • No parting from the group – all visitors must follow the guide at all times
  • No Smoking
  • No sitting on chairs or any other piece of furniture or terrace parapets
  • No touching of any exhibited artefacts
  • We reserve the right in our sole and absolute discretion to refuse admission to any person if circumstances reasonably so require and our decision shall be final and binding.
  • We reserve the right to suspend or cut short a particular visit if circumstances reasonably so require
  • All mobile telephones must be switched off within the interior parts of The Royal Compound.
  • Parents shall be held responsible for their children
  • We may require that any visitor whose behaviour is in any way disruptive should forthwith leave The Royal Compound