Subotica Vacation Packages
The national capital Belgrade is located 95 miles (153 kilometers) southeast of Subotica.
Of course, visiting just one place usually only offers a small window into the wider qualities of a region. So set aside a few days to enjoy Serbia's many sights and attractions. If you've enough time, head 4 miles (6 kilometers) to get to Palic. Here you can pay a visit to the Palic Zoo and Palic Castle.
Once you've fully explored Subotica, why not visit the nearest regional area. Novi Sad is approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) away and features sights including Fruska Gora National Park, Vojvodina Museum and University of Novi Sad. And don't rush back to Subotica until you've stopped by Novi Sad's Church of the Virgin Mary, Petrovaradin Fortress and Karadorde Stadium.
To really understand a region, it often pays to return to the past. Serbia's rich historic palaces are a great place to start.
Serbia is an excellent place join one of the city walking tours that are available.
Serbia cuisine possesses its own unique characteristics and flavors, so don't miss the opportunity to explore Serbia's menus. Locals in this part of the world often use cabbage and onion in their cooking. Of course, no journey through Serbia would be satisfying without trying karadordeva (stuffed veal) or pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat). Serbia dishes such as orascine (walnut pastry) are also a good thing to try. Ask for a Ruski Kvas while you're in Serbia. This is one of the region's most common beers. To try a non-alcoholic drink, enjoy the flavors of vrnjci (sparkling water).
When the time is right to pack your bag and say "Doviđenja", you'll be loaded with memories to take with you.