Tourist package for domestic guests, for all ages (hungarian, serbian)
Bookable: 01-01-2019 – 31-12-2019
Content of the package:
Accomodation: In 3 or 4* hotels or guest houses
10am Meeting in the Tourist Information Office of Subotica
10.30am Visit the City Hall (guided)
Unlike many European cities, the center of Subotica is not dominated by a cathedral or a church, but by a City Hall. Because of its location, size and ornate architecture of Hungarian Art Nouveau, the City Hall has become a landmark, the center and the symbol of Subotica.
It was built between 1908 and 1910, with the interior decoration completed in 1912. It extends over an area of nearly 6000 m² with 16000 m² of gross floor area. The tower is 76 meters high with a belvedere at the height of 45.5 meters and an unforgettable view of Subotica and its surrounding. The City Hall was designed by Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab, prominent architects from Budapest.
12am Visit to the Raichle Palace
Architect Raichle Ferenc chose one of the most beautiful sites in Subotica for his future home and office. Working for himself only and following his heart’s desire, he dismissed all established rules and patterns in designing and created a building that is the envy of many. Raichle Family Palace is the first thing visitors see as they first arrive in Subotica by train, and it immediately dazzles them with its forms, decoration and splashes them with its unusual colors.
1pm Lunch in the city center
2.30pm Visit to the renovated Synagogue (guided)
The Synagogue was built 1902, according to the project of Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab. In addition to its undisputable artistic and aesthetic value, it is exceptional because it is the only Synagogue in Europe which contains elements of the Hungarian Art Nouveau. Typical of this style, floral decoration in the form of a peacock feather, tulips, stylized roses or lilies are represented on the façade as well as in the interior, on stained glass windows and painted walls. The stained glass windows were made in Miksa Róth’s studio in Budapest and façade decoration and roof tiles in the Pécs Zsolnay ceramics factory.
4 pm – 6 pm Art Nouveau Walk in the city center
Sights: Miksa Dömötör Tenement Palace, Subotica Savings Bank Palace, Town Tenement Palace, Simeon Leović Tenement Palace
9.30am Guided trip to Palic
The symbol of a peacock, which the Water Tower represents in its shape, stands as an early Christian symbol of esurrection. It was chosen to represent a new beginning of the future spa.
Designed as a multifunctional building, it maintained a similar function until present-day. On the upper floor there was a luxurious ballroom. On the ground floor were restaurants and a pastry shops and nowdays it is a modern Congress Center.
At the time when the Lido was constructed, different social standards were effective: women had to hide from prying eyes while swimming in the lake.
The smallest Art Nouveau building – the Music Pavilion, was and still is used as a place for promenade concerts.
The memorial fountain was built in honor of the completion of all Art Nouveau buildings in Palić, and it is a focal point of a view from under the Water Tower, through the Grand Terrace and to the lake.
Two large blue vases made from Zsolnay ceramics depicting the Water god, standing in front of two hotels in the Grand Park, were placed in 1910 as a gift of the owner of the Pécs Zsolnay ceramics factory to Palić and Subotica.
12am Lunch in Palic
1.30pm Return to Subotica and there is free time
3pm Art Nouveau Walk in the city center
Állomások: Golden Lamb Hotel, Hungarian General Credit Bank Palace, Dušan Stojković Palace, József Roznofszky Tenement Palace, Austro-Hungarian Bank Palace
5pm Traveling home
For groups (more than 15 persons):
In 3 or 4* hotel: 120 EUR/person
In guest house: 105 EUR/person