Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic and Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesic put into operation a new decorative lighting of the Avala Tower, technically the most modern, with 45 reflectors controlled by the computer, that illuminates our capital in all colors.
In this sports and tourist complex, additional facilities are available to visitors: Museum of broadcasting technology, artificial climbing rock, elves village (wooden houses with bridges) and outdoor classroom.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić pointed out the excellent success in the development of the tower complex in the last two years, which is reflected in the larger number of sold tickets by 20% compared to 2017 (which kept the record from 2013 ), which is 165,000 tickets sold since the beginning of the year so far. This ministry, which financed works around the tower in all three phases, through tourism development projects in Serbia, will further support the development of Avala.
Deputy Mayor Goran Vesic praised the partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, and reminded the city about the recent asphalting of this section of Avala road. Vesic added that the tower complex will be even more attractive and more visited next year, when the construction of the ski track starts.
All facilities are free and in use by visitors during the Avala Tower’s working hours.
How the decorative lighting of the tower and the light spectacle over Belgrade look see at the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_BaexqVMPs