Subotica is situated in the north of Vojvodina province. Rich cultural heritage assets, lavishly decorated buildings, multicultural spirit and European charm – these are the features that make this city distinctive. Subotica is known for its relaxed atmosphere, good food and quality wines.

At the turn of the nineteenth and the twentieth century, architectural changes from Europe, especially from Hungary came to Subotica. It was Art Nouveau- Secession and nowadays its buildings dominate the city, such as City Hall, the Synagogue, the Raichle Palace and many others. A strong support of citizens and a great inspiration of architects, artists and craftsmen who built numerous Art Nouveau structures, in Subotica and the nearby Palic, have all together created buildings which, even after one century, still remain as equally beautiful, attractive and intriguing.

The gastronomy of Subotica and its region is well-known for its versatile offer, which is a mixture of different cultures and tradition. The recipes for preparing the most delicious food mix salty and sweet, national dishes, but traditional and modern cooking as well. You will surely enjoy the diversity of the gastronomic offer, excellent food, excellent wine and the play of the tambourine men, who will play your favorite music with pleasure.


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