Belgrade Tourist Information Centre spreads across 230 sq m


TobThe Tourist Organisation of Belgrade (TOB) has celebrated 23rd December 1936, the day when Belgrade was declared a tourist destination by an ordinance of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, by opening a new, the first real, tourist information centre in Knez Mihajlova Street no. 6 and displaying the exhibition “…wherever you go“ by Željka Mićanović.

TOB now possesses 230 sq m of space, instead of only 4 sq m of the previous premises in Makedonska Street no. 5. The Tourist Information Centre is accessed from “Beoizlog” at the Belgrade Cultural Centre.

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