• Tour code: 11632P6
  • Location: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
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Admire some of Serbia's most elegant towns and examples of Hungarian secession architecture — Art Nouveau — on a privately guided full-day tour from Belgrade. Travel to the beautiful towns of Palic, Subotica and Sombor, famous for their handsome buildings and Art Nouveau styles. Explore Palic’s Great Park with its intriguing Water Tower and other highlights, and visit Subotica to admire its Synagogue, Ferenz Raichl mansion and more. Take in Sombor’s sumptuous City Hall and other buildings; learn about the secessionist movement, and enjoy a traditional farmstead lunch before returning to Belgrade.


  • Private full-day architecture and Hungarian secession tour from Belgrade
  • Visit the spa town of Palic, famous for its Great Park and artistic Water Tower and Women’s Lido
  • Explore the town of Subotica and see the secession-style City Hall and Ferenz Raichl mansion
  • Admire the handsome architecture of Sombor, including the Municipality building and fabulous squares
  • Learn about the aims of the late 19th- and early 20th-century secessionist movement
  • Break for a traditional Serbian lunch at a farm restaurant
  • Enjoy a flexible itinerary and personalized attention from a private guide

What You Can Expect

Private Day Tour: Architecture and Hungarian Secession in Serbia

Zsolnay vase in Palic park

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