Since 1976, when the Villa Galeb was built, or, as it is more often called, the villa of Josip Broz Tito, it is part of the Igalo Institute. After many years, during which Villa Tito was closed, unavailable for visiting and largely abandoned, this building was reopened to visitors in June 2014.
This discovery turned out to be a good business step, as a few years later, Josip Broz Tito's villa in Igalo became interesting for visitors from all over the world.
The number of tourists and locals who want to visit the villa Tito, is constantly growing - last year the villa was visited from four to five thousand people.
Alain Filipovich, who organizes tours to Villa Tito and takes care of the guests of this still beautiful complex, says that there are quite a lot of visitors even now, when sightseeing tours take place only on Fridays from 1:30 pm. At the end of May and the beginning of June they plan to conduct tours to Villa Galeb four times a week. He also noted that tourists who visited the villa of Tito, really come from all over the world.
Note that in the villa Galeb Josip Broz Tito officially lived four times and now visitors can see the rooms where he held various meetings, watched movies, as well as one of the apartments in which his close assistants lived and the apartment of his wife Jovanka.
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