Subotica – The Gates to Europe

Subotica is the second largest city in Vojvodina and the center of its northern region. It is situated in the far end of Backa region, next to the border with Hungary on the international road E-75 and railway itinerary which connects the Balkans with east and west Europe.

It will charm you with diversity of its architectural styles ranging from gothic, secession and neoclasicism. Subotica was declared the “Free Royal City” in 1779.

Cultural and historic sights

Old Town Hall – a monumental building from the early XXth century with ornaments and mosaics of great artistic value, Town Museum, City library and theater, Catholic Cathedral and Jewish Sinagogue – the biggest in Vojvodina.


International Film Festival, Barbers’ days on Palic, The May Holidays, Children Theater Festival, Duzijanca – harvest festivities.

Subotica surroundings

Palic Lake – The most beautiful lake in Vojvodina with a complex of arranged promenades, a zoo, nice hotels and restaurants where visitors can taste traditional dishes from Vojvodina with a strong Hungarian influence. Visitors can also enjoy horse-back riding, sailing, biking and coach rides through the old wood.

Ludosko lake – home to a great variety of bird species. Visit the ethno house and learn about the old way of life in the region.

Discover Subotica – the gates to Europe!