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Josip Broz Tito Mausoleum

Boticeva 6, Belgrade, Serbia
+381 11 3671485
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Boticeva 6, Belgrade, Serbia
+381 11 3671485
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Whatever your personal feelings may be, the man who kept the Germans out in WWII and kept the people of Yugoslavia together without a civil war. Solemn place, very quiet, and nice to relax on a bench near the fountain. Entrance is part of the...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tito was and still is one of the most controversial politicians today. For the ones of the best President, for the others an dictator. To make your own opinion, visit this mausoleum. I'm excited.

Thank Milly M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

interesting and engaging it is a little out of the city centre but still very easy to find. it is modestly priced adn easy to spend 4 hours in however the gift shop could stand to be improved

Thank rosa m
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went there after recommendation of our relatives who lived in former Yugoslavia. I knew some things about this country and Tito before but I didn't imagine he was so popular and honored. I think this is a must see when visiting Belgrade.

Thank Marianne W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Although Tito was a dictator and there is no other way of describing him, it is interesting how he managed to gain such a prestigious level amongst world leaders and managed to get money from both the USA and Russia. The grounds of the mausoleum...More

Thank TrevB56
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The tomb of Tito plays like a monument to the cult of personality that he built around himself: President for life, love notes from 'his people', gift from sycophants from around the world, not to mention the public holiday on his birthday. No mention of...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Tito played a big part in the history of Serbia and Yugoslavia. Take a trip here to see more about the infamous ruler and his private collection of historical and cultural gifts!

Thank AnaM1991
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You can´t leave Belgrade if you don´t visit Tito mausoleum. Even though you don´t like history. The admission includes (aroung 400 Dinars) the mausoleum, The Museum of Yugoslav History and some sculptures in the park.

Thank wachsl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Mausoleum of former president of Yugoslavia, Tito. Interesting place, where one can find out about interesting fact from the past. Stafeta is something important to see.

Thank Mikicaned
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visit this museum in the end of your visit of Belgrade or Serbia. It'll be great comparison to what you would have heard about Yugoslavia from people before. Museum is divided into 3 buildings of which the Tito mausoleum is the weirdest part (in the...More

Thank vothailTha
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Va anche bus linea 41 dal centro di Belgrado a Casa dei firi di tito?
29 March 2015|
Response from SavLondon_43 |
Si, bus linea 41. visit Tourist Office Belgrade website