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Belgrade Street Art Experience Tour

Belgrade Street Art Experience Tour
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Belgrade Street Art Experience Tour
Explore Belgrade's Street Art with art historians and true experts in the field!

'This is the world we, art historians, want to uncover and share with you.
Out there on the streets, in its natural setting, graffiti and street art will get a grip on you, for better or worse.'

This unique tour has been structured in a way that will allow you to get acquainted with the city’s current happenings in graffiti and street art interventions. It is presented by Liliana and Srdjan, post-graduate degree experts and passionate researchers of city's most contemporary of contemporary art. This intense and insightful journey will take you to the two legendary areas of Belgrade - Dorchol and Savamala

What to Expect

We will meet you at 10:00 AM in front of the National Theatre at the Republic Square (Trg Republike). Our journey will start in the upper Dorchol area. We will go up and down its streets in serpentines. After we reach Knez Mihajlova street, the route will take us downhill to a very old part of the city that slopes down to Sava river bank. You will not be shown only the obvious things! Instead, we will take a peak in the forgotten corners, go behind the scenes where there is a whole universe of fresh, unexpected, exciting and creative ideas. Some of the insights or impressions might be strong and intriguing, but a number of participants found that their perspective of the Street Art and graffiti had substantially changed after our tour.

The tour will end in Savamala - an area where you can take a break and visit some of the hip new bars and restaurants. It is the place where old and dilapidated buildings meet the strong and vibrant energy of daring and new - making it all unique blend that perfectly portrays Belgrade's Spirit.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
A fantastic tour way beyond expectations!

Ljiljana was great! When I booked this tour I was excited to learn more about some of the graffiti I had seen through the streets of Belgrade. I did not expect to be taken through the streets by someone completing their thesis studying urban art...More

Thank Dawson R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Dorcol & Savamala Graffiti & Street Art Explained

I had 2 friends visiting me in Belgrade and thought a slightly different tour would suit these well traveled ladies, so I sought recommendations - 'Thank You Philolmena' BFVC, and decided on Ljilja Radosevic to show and explain the street and graffiti art around the...More

Thank BoGarland
Reviewed July 15, 2018
Block 45 Novi Beograd Street Art Tour

Had a fantastic morning touring Block 45 in Novi Beograd experiencing the graffiti and street art in this fascinating quarter of the city. Expertly led by Ljiljana, we were introduced to the social, cultural and art history that lay behind the exhibits on show. We...More

1  Thank AlAinDrom
Reviewed June 21, 2018 via mobile
Street art tour in Dorcol and Savamala

A street art walking tour with Ljiljana Radosevic is a before an after experience. Before, one does not see the hidden stories on the street walls, and after one sees the grafitti and paintings on the walls with a complete new set of eyes. It...More

2  Thank monika t
Reviewed May 30, 2018
The very best thing happened to me in Belgrade!

The Street Art Tour was the best and the most exciting time I had in my visit to Belgrade. After I have done all the free walking tours available I had my very last day free and I found the Street Art Tour. Now I...More

2  Thank Katya G
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