WHEN: ON REQUEST
DURATION: 3 hours
The Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia tour capture the most contradictory and turbulent era of Serbian and Yugoslavian history, covering the period from the World War I through the World War II to the 1990s and 2000s. Our this tour you will get a realistic insight into what life was before and after World War II.
On the way we will take you back to the days of communist/socialist Yugoslavia, a unique country that defined its own approach to communism while maintaining a somewhat open-doors policy with the countries of the western block, introducing you to our enigmatic leader Tito – The symbol of Yugoslavia and one of the most important figures of world history.
Some look back in sorrow, others miss the good old days of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia when everyone was equal, had a job, a roof over their head and food on the table. We try to be objective in presentation, but also to share true family stories and to reveal you interesting facts and tales about traveling, housing, education, media, propaganda, sport, healthcare, religion, economy and politics in Yugoslavia.
This experience will fulfill driving in an old Yugoslav bus, called trolleybus.
Travel with us back in time and discover what it meant to be a Yugoslav!
What you will see?
- Republic Square
- Nikola Pašić Square (Ex Marx and Engels Square)
- National Parliament
- Pioneers Park
- Yugoslav History Museum Complex
- Ruins from ’99 bombing (The Yugoslav Ministry of Defense Building)
What is included?
- Museum entry
- Service of professional and licensed tour guide
- Bus Tickets
- Meeting point is at Republic Square
- Look for a guide with WHITE umbrella
- Reservation is required
- Groups including more than 10 persons must pre-register, look at section private tours
This tour requires a minimum of 4 participants to operate