On this tour you are bound to experience the true multiculturalism of Serbia, amazing architecture and some really tasty wines to appeal to your palates.
Highlights: City House with the Tower in Subotica , Art Nouveau, The Blue Fountain, Palic Lake, The Wine Palace, Zvonko Bogdan Winery
Subotica – The City of Subotica is located in the north of the Republic of Serbia, along the main European corridors and in between two rivers: the Danube and the Tisa. Rich cultural heritage, intricitaly decorated buildings, multicultural spirit and its European charm – these are the features that make this city distinctive. Subotica is known for its relaxed atmosphere, good food and quality wines. Festivals, events, concerts, vibrant cultural life all year round are all the more reason to visit our city. On top of that, Subotica offers a lot of interesting places for rest and leisure, for activities around the lakes, on horse-farms, farmsteads, in forests and hunting grounds
Zvonko Bogdan Winery – one of the most modern wineries in Europe, located in the famous fruit and wine-growing area around Lake Palic and Ludaš. The winery is equipped with modern technology to produce high quality wines solely from grapes from their own vineyard.
Wine Palace – which is surrounded by vineyards and offers a wide selection of wines. Some wines from this vineyard are from a geographically protected region and can be enjoyed in the old vaulted wine cellar. an accommodation facility and restaurant that offers a wide range of specialties of Hungarian cuisine are located in the close proximity to the winer.
Palic Lake – Palic, the lake and the settlement by the same name are eight kilometres east of Subotica. Palić offers something new, inimmitable and enriching at any season. Exquisite facilities from the turn of the 20th century: the Water Tower, the Grand Terrace, the Lido beach for women, and the Music Pavilion, the splendid park, the well-known lake, Palic Lake is enveloped in peace and quiet , which makes it an ideal space for rest and relaxation. Currently Palić is specked with top notch hotels, refurbished luxury and comfortable villas in the so called “ The Palic style”, several lodgings and private boarding houses. Excellent restaurants and cafés, sport and recreational fields, three arranged beaches, a thermal pool, the Zoo, bike paths, walking paths, a range of events, energetic cultural life in full swing and entertainment opportunities in varied shapes and forms make up the comprehensive offer of the Palic Tourist Center.
Price per person:
200 e (1 pax), 120 e (2 pax), 85 e (3 pax), 75 e (4-7 pax), 60 e (8 pax and more)
Included: an English-speaking guide, transport (car or van), admission fees if need be, wine tasting (8 types of wine), Serbian traditional meals, refreshments
Length of stay: 13 hours
Total transfer time: 5,5 hours
Pick up: anywhere in Belgrade
Months of availability: April – November
Our partners: Talas travel agency
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.