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You can meet the Royals when at home

Only accessible by an organised tour. Tickets can be bought at Belgrade Tourist Organisation. You... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2016
DjDmitry
If you Spend more than 45 minutes here, its time to go

There's not all that much to see between the white house and the royal house/chapel. The royal... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2015
TravelGirl645
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Chicago, Illinois
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13 Dec 2016
“You can meet the Royals when at home”
30 Aug 2015
“If you Spend more than 45 minutes here, its time to go”
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Belgrade, Serbia
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Reviewed 13 December 2016

Only accessible by an organised tour. Tickets can be bought at Belgrade Tourist Organisation. You get to visit both palaces in the Royal complex and if you're lucky (as we were) you get the chance to meet the Crown Prince and Princess :) The tour...More

Thank DjDmitry
Reviewed 31 August 2015

There's not all that much to see between the white house and the royal house/chapel. The royal house was built in 1922 and the white house more contemporary. The compound itself is not that large. Our tour guide called it ' english gardens' but i...More

2  Thank TravelGirl645
Reviewed 3 September 2014

From April until the end of October during Weekends, it is possible to visit White Court where Serbian Royal Family lived from 1929 when the building was erected. The palace is built in the Serbian-Byzantine style. Attached to The Royal Palace there is a Royal...More

2  Thank aleksandra s
Reviewed 6 August 2014 via mobile

The Palace is beautiful, the tour person Milena Vasiljevic was rude and terrible! Bus driver didn't care for air condition, inside the bus was so hot that you can feel sick.

1  Thank Miro751
Reviewed 24 July 2014

I am big fan or royal countries.Serbia was ALWAYS MONARCHY except during the comunist from 1945 untill know.Very interesting place, every part od White Court is part of History.

2  Thank VladaRadivojevic
Reviewed 7 October 2013

We visited Beli Dvor on Saturday October 5th. Everything was fine until the tour guide Miloš Miloševic opened his mouth. Bad luck for you if you don't understand Serbian because you will not understand the facts and information about Serbian royalty and the palaces. Luckily...More

6  Thank Tijana M
Reviewed 15 April 2013

I saw a notice on the state news service that the Palace was open for the season, and the weekend open hours. We learned that there were hourly tours, and took the bus out to the location (right next to the new US embassy), with...More

3  Thank Evil O
Reviewed 22 November 2012

In The Royal Compound there are two palaces - White and Royal Palace. Both are a part of the tour and are worth seeing. Different architecture, nice tourist guides and a lot of history in one place. Traces of both regimes - Monarchy and Communism...More

3  Thank Zojaku
Reviewed 6 August 2012

White Castle (Beli Dvor) is nested in fancy Dedinje area. Once the royal palace it became a residence of Tito. This elegant complex, built in Byzantine style, surrounded tells the Story od the Change from the kingdom to the republic. This neo-Palladian structure was inspired...More

6  Thank justafellow
Reviewed 18 July 2012

The court garden is huge and it has lots of fountains and monuments. From there you can see whole city very well. It's is in the beautiful, quiet and fancy part of town.

Thank Jovano J
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