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Belgrade Tourism Fair celebrates its 40th anniversary on 22-25 February 2018, at Belgrade Fair. 

Belgrade Tourism Fair is the largest tourism event in Serbia and Southeast Europe. It has been fulfilling the worldwide business standards for more than 30 years, creating partnership relations with the exhibitors and attracting an increasing number of visitors annually.

Last year, more than 1135 exhibitors have been presented, while the number of visitors has exceeded 70 thousand. The international character of the event, which is attracting more exhibitors each year from all parts of the world, has been confirmed by more than 250 foreign participants from 43 countries.

Halls 1, 1a, 2a, 3, 3a and 4
"Whistle at 8"

The Belgrade Tourist organisation is announcing a rich summer cultural programme, with a big concert of "Whistle at 8" starting at 8 PM on the Republic square, on 8th June 2018. It will be performed by the Orchestra for emergency mood improvement. The people of Belgrade and their guests, who decide to spend the evening of June 8th on the Republic square, will enjoy a real musical time lapse. There will be compositions that used to add colour to the life of everyone in Belgrade once upon a time, such as the music of Predrag Ivanović, Đorđe Marjanović, including Duško...

Angie Stone
Angie Stone

Angie Stone is coming to Serbia for the first time! Angie Stone is an American R&B and soul singer, self- taught keyboardist and prolific songwriter, record producer, and actress.  She has been nominated for three Grammy Awards.  She has been successful on the R&B charts, with 4 Top 10 albums, including a #1 album, 10 singles and 1 Top Ten.  She has sold over 1.4 million albums in the U.S. and over 5 million albums Worldwide. Stone was born in Columbia, South Carolina, where she began singing gospel music at First Nazareth Baptist...

Belgrade to Bowie
Belgrade to Bowie

Belgrade to Bowie is a project dedicated to the recently departed icon – David Bowie, focusing on an exhaustive exhibition of photographs by a world popular music photographer Brian Rasic, who was Bowie’s official photographer for more than two decades. Brian captured some of the most memorable images on and off stage. More than 100 Rasic’s photos will be central to this exhibition in a new Yugoslav Film Archive in Belgrade in the course of almost three months, along with utterly compelling programme, enriched with an accompanying display of works by local artists who found...