FALKENSTAINER HOTEL MONTENEGRO
This year, at the beginning of the month of May, a new hotel from the famous Falkensteiner family was opened, and the first hotel from this group in Montenegro: Falkensteiner Hotel Montenegro in Bečići. The hotel has 236 renovated rooms and suites, with modern but warm design, signed by the Austrian designer Bea Mitterhofer.
The hotel has 222 rooms and 14 suites, from which 6 are exclusive Royal apartments that have special treatment in the hotel with their own elevator, reception desk, concierge services and a number of additional amenities. These apartments reach the size up to 190 square meters, all with spacious terraces with a sea view, and some of them with their own jacuzzi and sauna.
Falkensteiner’s Exclusive Aquapura SPA Concept also took an important place here.
An ideal place to relax and restore the energy, a place where guests can indulge in pure enjoyment, forget about daily stress, and refresh their body and mind in a beautiful and pleasant environment.
For the business elite, the hotel offers two conference rooms, a spacious banquet hall, a smaller meeting room, and a spacious conference lobby.
The fantastic location of the hotel allows a number of interesting activities, both in the hotel and outside. Whether it’s water sports, jogging along the coast, sailing or exploring the environment, everyone can find something interesting for themselves. For those who want to try their luck, there is a casino located within the hotel.
The N.EON Gallery
The N.EON Gallery One of the most interesting venues at the heart of Savamala. The N.EON Gallery is a cultural venue that attracts visitors of all ages. With its alternative and modern vibe, the Gallery is more than your usual exhibition venue. It regularly hosts concerts, DJ performances, interactive events. Here, visitors can play a game of pool and feel the cosmopolitan vibe of Savamala. Promoting modern, progressive, and young artists who are opening new horizons is a part of the concept distanced from the mainstream.
THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
The Building of the Museum of Contemporary Art is situated in New Belgrade, on the left bank of the Sava River, across the Belgrade Fortress. Its unique concept of the interior design and, on the other hand, its link to the surroundings represent an original solution, which meets basic museological requirements. The building is an interesting example of museum architecture worldwide. It is surrounded by a sculpture park with works by the most significant Yugoslav sculptors of the 20th century.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade opened on October 20, 1965. MoCAB has the most representative art collection from the Yugoslav art space, consisting of over 8,500 artworks. The Museum also has a rich archive and library that holds over 6,287 books, 27,439 exhibition catalogues and hemerotheque collection with around 350,900 newspaper articles about Yugoslav and Serbian artists. From its founding in 1958 (with the establishment of the Modern Gallery), the Museum organized approximately 1,100 international and local exhibitions in different spaces belonging to the MoCAB, as well as other exhibition spaces in the country and abroad.
The Museum’s Building has been declared a cultural property of national interest in 1987 and is under the protection of Republic Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments.