The Royal Palace is located at the highest point in the Dedinje neighborhood on an estate the size of 135 hectares within the court complex.
The Royal Palace is linked with a colonnade of pillars to the royal chapel of Saint Apostle Andrew the First Called.
The construction of the Royal Palace began in 1924 and was financed by King Alexander I. It was completed in 1929, the building of the Royal Palace was built in the Serbian-Byzantine style with a facade made of white marble.
The interior of the Royal Palace exudes flair, the Ceremonial Hall is paved with stone, and its walls adorned with copies of frescoes from Dečani and Sopoćana, the Blue saloon is in the Baroque style, and the Gold lounge and large dining room in the renaissance style. The Golden saloon is adorned with pictures of Jacopo Palma Vecchio, in the Blue Room you can see Nicolas Poussin’s painting "Venus and Adonis". In the same manner are decorated the Small and Large librarie.
The surrounding of the Royal Palace is full of other buildings like pergolas, park terraces, a pavilion, a swimming pool and a concert terrace, and the Royal Palace, which is on the edge of a cliff, overlooks Dedinje, Topcider, Kosutnjak forest and Avala.
The rooms of the first floor are still being used by the royal family of Alexander II, while the rest of the Royal Palace is open to the public and is one of the favorite historical sights of tourists.
The park surrounding the Royal Palace was designed by Eduard Andre, renowned landscape architect.