Get to know the architecture of Social Communist times built to represent the power of the newly created Yugoslavia. Take a look over the Belgrade from the observation deck of Avala Telecommunication Tower placed on Belgrade’s tallest mountain. Destroyed in a NATO bombarding in 1999, it was resurrected from the ruins in 2010. Cross over the Ada bridge above the Sava River. The bridge whose construction is shown on Discovery channel and is the biggest single pillon bridge in Europe.
Pass through the gates of Belgrade – Western gate, Genex twin towers connected with a bridge on the 26th floor and Eastern gate, Rudo buildings both built-in brutalism style. You’ll see the “Sava” Center, the project built for the needs of the Conference on European Security and Cooperation held in Belgrade in 1977, which was the first and biggest conference center in former Yugoslavia. Here you can examine the structural design of polyhedral buildings of this huge complex.
You’ll stand in front of the Palace of Serbia, ex-Federal Executive Council, a spectacular building of late modernism that shows how design can represent the ruling ideology. The enormous but elegant structure was the first project of New Belgrade after WWII.
This is the tour where architecture lovers can enjoy the architecture of brutalism and structuralism, which was mostly shaped by the ideology of the former Yugoslavia.
- Palace of Serbia
- Genex Towers / Western Gate of Belgrade
- Ada bridge
- Sava Center
- Avala Tower
- Rudo residential building / Eastern Gate of Belgrade
- Pick up from your accommodation
- Entrance fees
- Professional tour guide
- Drop off at your accommodation
This tour is available every day all year round. Please contact us for more information.
Our guides will pick you up at your accommodation.