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"The Good Old Days"
The Yugoslavia Tour and Tito



Go back to the time that our parents call “the good old days” - see and understand what it meant to live in the capital of a great country. On your fully private tour, learn about how common people have made cities rise from the swamplands and ashes of wars and what the name Tito meant to the world. Belgrade is a city of ancient gates and fortresses, a sprawling capital built over Roman ruins and with a history that dates back to the 3rd century BC. But across the river meanwhile, opposite the Old Town, Yugoslav architects created its mirror image: a dazzling, hyper-modern metropolis. We will show you the two faces of Belgrade - entirely different and very distant in their architecture styles and ways of life.  Join us on a journey trough the narrow streets from the age of kings and across the bridge into the 6-lane boulevards and city blocks of the new republic people called Yugoslavia.



1. SIV

The largest and most spectacular masterpiece of modernist architecture in Belgrade, and one of the first buildings to be constructed in the Novi Beograd district. The construction of the Federal Executive Council of Yugoslavia was started in 1947, just after the end of WWII, symbolizing the birth of a new socialist futurist nation with its own symbols and landmarks.

2. Hotel Jugoslavija

When Hotel Jugoslavija opened in 1969., it became the premier VIP accommodation in New Belgrade: Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Tina Turner, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Queen Elizabeth II have all stayed here.
Today, it is still haunting Belgrade landscape, as a reflection of a Serbian society in search of new milestones.


3. Genex tower

The ultimate icon of Yugoslav economic progress.
One of the truest, most unapologetically Brutalist buildings, perhaps the most fantastic example of Brutalist high-rise anywhere in the world.
Intrigued? Come and see!

4. Museum of Yugoslavia / House of Flowers  *

Apart from its name, the Museum of Yugoslavia is not a typical historical museum.
The very core of the Museum of Yugoslavia in Belgrade is founded to collect the gifts given to Tito, not only by his compatriots, but also by many world leaders. After the death of Tito, The Museum was merged with the “House of Flowers”, the Residence, The Pool House, The Hunting Lodge, The Old Museum, together with the tomb of Josip Broz.
Over 200.000 items and objects were categorized into 20 collections of the Museum of the Yugoslavia, enabling the visitors to grasp the essence of the material and spiritual culture of the republics of former Yugoslavia.

* In the cases where the museum is closed on the day of the tour, or you have already visited the museum, we have a plan B for you!
You will visit:

The Park of Friendship

It is the most nobly conceived park in Belgrade, and as such, a living monument to naivety and tragedy of times past.
Its conception is tied to the First Summit of The Non Aligned, held in 1961.
The trees were planted by none other than the presidents, kings and queens of the countries that attended the summit, as their symbol of dedication to world peace. 
Find out which great names have left their trace in this beautiful park and walk down the alley which they created!


2.5 - 3 hours


You decide.


Where it works best for you.


Let us know and we'll make it happen!


65 euros pp 


Minimum 2 guests, Maximum 70 guests. Prices for bigger groups may vary.


Drop-off at the "Kafana SFRJ", where you can enjoy a selection of best Balkan food, in the interior entirely decorated to honor Yugoslavia and Tito. The restaurant has a beautiful view of the Sava river and we'll handle the reservations for you if you decide to go for lunch after the tour!


Fully private tour
Drivers’ services
Oldtimer car rental

Pickup at the desired spot
Drinks & Snacks for the road

Tickets to the Museum of Yugoslavia

Tour guide services and museum tour

Drop-off at the desired spot after the tour ends

Our Vintage Yugoslavia Car Tours  offer a unique way to explore the city by a classic car. With our tour guides you can experience the city in a new way and discover its hidden gems. To book a tour, simply fill out our booking form with your desired date and time, and we will take care of the rest. We look forward to having you join us on a vintage car tour of Belgrade!



"Ready to escape the city rush?"



Are you looking to escape the city rush for a day, enjoy the breathtaking views and endless forests, and learn many interesting historical facts along the way?


Worry not, we got a tour for you!


On this tour we’ll take you on a ride out of the city in our Zastava cars, while you learn about Belgrade's fascinating and diverse history.


1. Memorial park Jajinci

This beautiful and secluded park marks a dark spot in world history, and is a less known site on Belgrade's tourist map.
While offering us peace and quiet of nature, it also teaches us to be grateful and humble while we gaze its pebble paths. 

A place of mass destruction, a living, green monument of WW2, it stands as a witness of crimes, but also survival and incredible human stories.

2. Soviet veterans memorial

Soviet war veterans monument marks the place where a group of 22 Soviet dignitaries and veterans lost their lives on 19th of October 1964. 
At 11:34, the plane disappeared from the radars as it was preparing to land in Belgrade.
It was then seen to mysteriously veer off course, at which point it crashed against the side of nearby Mount Avala.
The monument is located at the exact spot of the plane crash. 

3. Monument to the Unknown Hero

This incredible pyramid-shaped granite memorial atop of Avala is the expression of gratitude to the fallen warriors for freedom in World War I.
The first Monument to the Unknown Hero on Avala was built in 1922 by local villagers, in the place of the grave of an unknown fallen Serbian soldier who defended Belgrade from the joint Austro-Hungarian and German offensive.
The modern Monument to the Unknown Hero was built four years after the World War I.

4. Avala tower
Standing at 204 metres, Avala tower is the tallest structure in Serbia and the highest tower on the Balkan Peninsula
The tower that stands on Belgrade’s outskirts today is Avala’s second incarnation. The original Avala Tower was constructed in 1965. and was a pioneering design for its time.
At that time, it was one of the 10 tallest towers in the world!
A masterpiece of architecture, it's the only tower in the world whose cross-section was an equilateral triangle symbolising the traditional Serbian tripod chair.
It offers a breathtaking view at 112 metres.


4 hours


You decide.


At your accomodation.


Wherever suits you best!


75 euros pp


Minimum 2 guests, Maximum 60 guests.