The White Palace

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Mary Z
Budapest, Hungary239 contributions
Lovely palace in Belgrade
Oct 2019 • Couples
We had a tour while on a Danube River Cruise. I thought this was a beautiful place to see. The chapel was very nice. The bullet hole in the forehead of Jesus was a sad reminder of war.
The palace had many beautiful rooms. The basement had some nice architectural features. The theater supposedly hosted John Wayne. Some of the art work was exquisite. I recommend this tour for a look into how royalty lives.
Written November 15, 2019
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RevL05
Northwest Corner, Connecticut198 contributions
An interesting home; a lovely lady
Jun 2018 • Couples
The home of the crown prince and princess, given that they are still in residence, is certainly worth a visit. The prince was ill the day we were there, but the princess was such a lovely lady, and so eloquent in her plea for better understanding among the people of the world--and that we all should do more to contribute to people's needs, that she was worth the price of admission. There was one downside to our visit the day we were there: the restroom facilities for visitors were out of order. Since we were on a tour from a river ship, the guide should have made a plan B. We were an oldish bunch, and it was frankly much too long a time--over three hours--between possible restroom breaks. The guide said just the wrong thing, as she observed that at least we men could use trees; the women would just have to suffer. Yuck!
Written June 18, 2018
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Noam L
Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel935 contributions
Beautiful and interesting Royal compound
Apr 2017 • Family
The only way to visit the Royal Compound, is by a guided toor, organized by the tourist information office, every saturday from april through october.
I ordered tickets in advance writing an email, and passed at the tourist office at Knez Mihailova 5 near Republic Square to pay and pick them up. The tour starts at a bus stop, just in front of the old palace (city hall), with a tourist bus going to the Royal Compoud. Alltough the only tour still available was in Serbian only, the excellent guide made an effort to give short explenations also in English.
The compound itself is in a green, beautiful neighborhood, but completly seperate.
It consists of the Royal Palace and the White Palace, and around them is a big and very beautiful park.
First we visited the White Palace, which is only used when there are official visitors of the royal family. Lots of interesting rooms, with art objects, a big library.
Then we walked to the Royal Palace, about 15 minutes walk through the park. The royal family lives there, and it was more interesting.
The whole tour with the bus drive, took about 2 1/2 hours.
You should be aware, that you have to stay with the guide at all times and cannot walk by yourself through the palaces, and also it is forbidden to take pictures in the rooms.
Also, for small children this tour is less suited, and also to people with walking problems, since there are quite a lot of stairs to go up and down.
Written April 18, 2017
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Happy Traveller
Sydney, Australia4,823 contributions
Home of the Royal Family
Aug 2016 • Friends
We were having a wonderful guided tour of this lovely but reasonably modest home , when we were informed that the Crown Prince and Princess were in residence and would be happy to meet us. They gave an interesting and inspiring talk about their history and life today. So amazing to see them and heartwarming to hear of their hard work with various charities.
The home was beautiful , with a huge balcony that gave the most amazing view. The private chapel was ornate and the gardens splendid. So glad we visited.
Written January 27, 2017
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KayJay237
Zagreb, Croatia49 contributions
beautiful
Aug 2016
Wonderful to se such a beautiful place filled with impressive artwork i furniture that still has that arisocratic charm and feel.
Uncertain of which is more beautiful: the building itself or the gardens sirrounding it.
Written August 28, 2016
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TeeBel-99
JHB, South Africa220 contributions
Charmingly modest.
Jun 2016 • Couples
The Serbian Royal family have a strictly honorary position in modern day democratic Serbia. The history of the royals is very interesting and quite convoluted as the are relating to much of Europe's royalty.
The residence is very modest and unusual as Palaces go and there are some sneaky and fun little nooks and crannies that a well informed guide can share.
The grounds are very attractive with parkland. Of course the public only have access to certain areas.
Typical of Palaces there are a fair number of stairs to climb.
They do have toilets available for public use and they were neat and clean.
We enjoyed our visit very much. We came away with a new respect for this particular Royal family. Go and visit...then u decide.
Written July 6, 2016
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Jan E
Belgrade, Serbia47 contributions
nice Building, some nice furniture
Sep 2015 • Friends
Was lately there. it’s nice to see this palace. The furniture and rooms. The exhibition in the cellar was ok.
Written January 9, 2016
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AussieBob47
Brisbane, Australia4 contributions
The Royal Palace at Dedinje
Sep 2015 • Friends
This is one of four royal palaces in Belgrade! Two in the town centre were built by the Obrenovitch Dynasty in the 19th Century, and two by the Karadjordjevitch Dynasty in the 20th Cent. This one is in a lovely location on the top of the hill, surrounded by forested gardens. The Serbian Royal Family actually live on the top floor, while the tourists can inspect the downstairs. A nice collection of artworks and furniture as well.
Written October 15, 2015
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IorgosPapalukas
Thásos, Greece1 contribution
Don't miss this :D
Aug 2015 • Friends
The excellent guide, he knows everything ! Great pleace to visit. The park and the palace are breathtaking :D
Written August 30, 2015
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SrdjaTrifkovic
Belgrade, Serbia95 contributions
A modest early 20th century palace
Oct 2014 • Friends
By European royal standards this whole complex is more like a country retreat. It reflects the whole Karadjordjevic line's dislike of ostentatiousness, famous in the case of the frugal Peter I. Architecturally unremarkable, but the setting is great and the terrace has marvellous views.
Written August 25, 2015
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