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Yugotour

Belgrade, Serbia
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About Yugotour
Yugotour drives you through the capital of a country which doesn't exist anymore: Belgrade, Yugoslavia. In a classic Yugo, the 4-wheeled wonder of socialist Yugoslavia, we will search for traces of socialism and uncover the story of the rise and fall of a once powerful nation. From the concentration-camps of WWII to the mausoleum of it's leader: Josip Broz Tito! Adventurous, interesting and fun!
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Laura wrote a review Nov 2021
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Fantastic tour with Marija, learnt so much about communist Yugoslavia and Serbia today. A highlight of our three month stay and would recommend it to anyone! We even got to have a go driving the Yugo which was great fun.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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Nikola Radakovic wrote a review Aug 2021
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This experience was wonderful! So much to see and learn. As an avid fan of anything Yugoslav-themed, I loved our architecture tour. This tour would be attractive to both informed and uninformed audiences. You are guaranteed to learn something new :) A very warm thank you to Ralph, the program founder (and our driver), for making this wonderful experience possible!
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Date of experience: July 2021
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gareth_aethwy wrote a review Dec 2019
Beaumaris, United Kingdom27 contributions15 helpful votes
Found details of this tour in Lonely Planet and so refreshing to discover they did trips for individuals too, being a solo traveller I usually miss out of this sort of activity. Yes going solo is a bit more expensive, but still very reasonably priced. Met the tour guide (who's name I've forgotten sorry) at the offices (some confusion over start time so he was a bit late, but that's insignificant, it was only 15 minutes!) and introductions over we set off. One comment here: I did the tour on a Sunday morning out of season and the office wasn't open when I arrived, and there weren't really any signs telling you that you were in the right place. Tour visits key sites in Belgrade (mostly New Belgrade) and the guide did a great job in putting the locations into historical context, which isn't easy given the troubled history of the area. Once the tour is over, you're dropped off at a location of your choosing in the city, which was great. The can of Cockta and biscuits were a nice touch. Overall, an excellent activity that I'd recommend to absolutely anyone with even a passing interest in 20th century history of the area!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Gary Willmott 54 wrote a review Nov 2019
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Informative. Interesting. Good to get a locals perspective. Slobodan was a lovely bloke, great biscuits.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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mikeyonhols wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom93 contributions65 helpful votes
I often do free walking tours when on city breaks, but as the weather was a bit sketchy when in Belgrade I fancied something a bit different. Yugotour is a cool way to understand the city and its history from the perspective of a local, covering a much greater area in a car than you could on foot. It’s rather expensive at 45 euros each, but that includes entry to the Museum of Yugoslavia (including Tito’s mausoleum).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from Nina I, Manager at Yugotour
Responded Nov 10, 2019
Hi, we are glad to hear that you tried a new way to explore the city and that you were able to see much more than you would be able on foot :) Thank you for your review. Greetings from Belgrade!
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