The Belgrade Manifesto, a festival of manifestations, destinations, and tastings, is preparing its eighth edition, and this year it will be held from May 27 to 29, for the first time on the attractive Sava Promenada.
For the past eight years, the Belgrade Manifesto has positioned itself as the largest family open-air tourism fair and the largest family festival in the region, bringing together over 60 municipalities from Serbia and the region. This event strives to bring visitors closer to the spirit and atmosphere of numerous interesting events and destinations, but also to highlight the national treasure of authentic gastronomic specialties, which is why tourists often decide to explore new destinations.
Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing ambiance overlooking the river during the three days of the festival, as well as various festival contents segmented into as many as ten festival zones.
The zone “Trumps of Serbia” will present rich tourist potentials, traditional and cultural diversity, and the beauty of more than 40 municipalities in Serbia, while the zone “Real World Around Us” will present Montenegro with its offer for the upcoming tourist season, as well as Republika Srpska, which will promote its destinations and events that should be visited. The Tourist Organization of Belgrade, as well as the Tourist Organization of Serbia, which has been supporting the development of the festival since its establishment, will be presented at the festival in special zones. The festival zone “Imagination can do anything” is dedicated to the youngest, and every year, it will be the happiest. All-day entertainment programs, numerous creative workshops, but also costumed heroes from fairy tales, clowns, stilt walkers, magicians, and children’s shows, will provide children with an unforgettable time and great memories. The exhibition of old-timers, and straw sculptures, as well as the exhibition “Good Old Times”, which is a kind of time machine for Yugoslav nostalgics, are just part of the unique festival atmosphere that will mark the last weekend of May in Belgrade. The working hours of the festival are on Friday from 3 pm to 9 pm, while on Saturday and Sunday the festival gates are open from 11 am to 9 pm. Admission to the event is free.