The Royal Palace of Serbia's Obrenovic dynasty has become a popular attraction, with its elegant salons, crammed with important artworks and magnificent décor, open for public tours. The palace was built in the 1880s, designed by Aleksandar Bugarski, who set out to outdo all former Royal residences in the country. Today it houses the City Assembly of Belgrade, and is regarded as a national architectural treasure.
Address: Corner of Kralja Milana and Dragoslava Jovanoviæa streets
Telephone: +381 (0)11 3343 460
Opening times: Tours depart Nikola Pasic Square Saturdays and Sundays 11am and 2pm (1 April to 31 October). Bookings at the Tourist Information Centre, Makedonska 5.