ROYAL COMPOUND WILL OPEN AGAIN FOR VISITORS FROM
1 APRIL 2009
Belgrade, 25 March 2009 – The Royal Compound will
open once again 1 April for tours following the winter. Their Royal
Highnesses Crown Prince Alexander II and Crown Princess Katherine
are pleased to call on all interested citizens to visit the Royal
Compound. The organisation of regular tours continues in cooperation
with the Tourist Organization of Belgrade every weekend from 1st of
April through 31st of October.
The first official tour for 2009 is being
organized for representatives of the media on Wednesday 1 April at
Visiting the Royal and White Palaces is organized
in such a way 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 1 April through 31
October in two regular periods 11am and 2pm, the Royal Compound will
be open to the public. Tours starting from 2pm will be guided as
well in English. We invite all foreign guests to join and visit the
Compound. The entry ticket includes the 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
the possibility to organize group tours during work days with a
previous appointment. For all information and reservations, visitors
must visit the Tourist Information Centre, Makedonska 5, Belgrade or
call 011/33-43-460 or email
email@example.com. The limit per group is 50 people.
Schools, students and pensioner associations
interested in visiting the Royal Compound should call the Office of
HRH Crown Prince Alexander directly at 011/306-4014 and 011/306-4038
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
and email@example.com .
We kindly request all media to send their
accreditations for the first official tour of the new season no
later than Tuesday, 31 March at 4pm.
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