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Full-Day Private Tour to Szeged from Budapest
"According to the legends Attila king of the Huns had his seat nearby Szeged and was buried here. Despite its rich history the layout of today's city was mostly shaped by the great flood of 1879 of Szegedwhich literally wiped away the whole tow. Szeged has the most sunny days in Hungary which is perfect for growing the famous paprika and grants the city its nickname ""City of Sunshine"". Discover Szeged with private guide!We start the tour on Széchenyi square
From $500.00
 
Full-Day Private Tour to Szeged from Budapest
"According to the legends Attila king of the Huns had his seat nearby Szeged and was buried here. Despite its rich history the layout of today's city was mostly shaped by the great flood of 1879 of Szegedwhich literally wiped away the whole tow. Szeged has the most sunny days in Hungary which is perfect for growing the famous paprika and grants the city its nickname ""City of Sunshine"". Discover Szeged with private guide!We start the tour on Széchenyi square
From $500.00
 
Osijek Historical Walk
"Meet your guide and start your historic walking tour. See the plague monument located at the Holy Trinity square in the 18th century built fortress. Walk through the lovely baroque streets with your guide giving you all the juicy stories and information. and continued by a stroll through the most beautiful Art Nouveau street in Osijek called the European Avenue.You will finish your walk at the Ante Starcevic square - the main square which actually has underground heating and with a visit to the conca"""Join for a walk through the medieval fortress of Osijek all the way to the main square with entrance to the concathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Learn about rich history and architecture - baroque art nouveau and neo gothic. Experience how the town 'breathes' how people live today and what tomorrow brings."title=Highlights&1=Comprehensive+tour+of+the+city&2=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&3=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
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Palic lake

Near to Subotica town is famous tourist settlement called Palic. It use to be a health-spa. Nowadays, Palic is modern little town, with 8000 inhabitants. It offers various pleasures to the visitors,...
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Lake Palic

Palic has a pinturesque location and makes for a pleasant outing from Subotica. It may stike some people as a bit a theme park (buildings seems from Disneyland...big ice-cream cone (water tower),...
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City Hall - Gradska kuca

When I first saw City hall in Subotica I thought it was like the house from fairy tale ( only bigger LOL ) you know that story of two kids that go to the woods and find the house made of chocolate and...
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Narodno pozorište

The National Theatre (Narodno pozorište) in Subotica is our oldest theatre, built in 1854.It's got 6 columns, and according to an anecdote, when a girl wants to get rid of an unwanted guy, she tells...
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Gradska kuca

The City Hall (Gradska kuca) is a true symbol of Subotica. This art neuveau building, decorated with famous Zsolnay ceramics, was built from 1908 till 1910, according to the plans of Marcell Komor and...
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Rajhlova palata

This Gaudi - like building, one of the most beautiful ones in Subotica, used to be the private home of Ferenz Reichl. It was made according to his own plans. Since 1970 it's been the home of a modern...
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Spomenik Žrtvama fašizma

This is the largest monument in Subotica. It's almost 18m wide and 8m high. The bronze relief 'Group' was made in the studio of the famous sculptor Toma Rosandic. The monument, dedicated to the...
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Katedrala

The so-called 'Great Church' is an 18m-high cathedral dedicated to St Therese of Avila, the city's protectress. It was built in the 17th century, following the plans of the Budapest architect Franz...
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City Hall (Gradska Kuca)

The pride of Subotica, and feeling very Magyar, this great city hall was built at the turn of the 20th century when this city was still part of Hungary. Inside there's many references to its Hungarian...
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Gradska Biblioteka

The Town Library (Gradska biblioteka) in Subotica is the 2nd largest in Vojvodina, with about 250,000 books in Serbian, Croatian, Hungarian and other languages.The building was designed by Ferenc J....
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Franciscan Church

Is the oldest monument in the city, was built in the middle of the 17th century. White-grey façade, with 2 towers on each side. Up of some stairs, seems bigger than t is.When we try to enter the main...
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Art Gallery

Maybe is the best example of Art Nouveau architecture in town. It seems (again) a work of Gaud´'s hand (you could think is another building like Park Güell, Sagrada Familia, or Batlló House for...
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Tourist Office information

You will reached it with the green "i" in the door. They will provide you of free maps of the town and lake Palic. Very very very nice man with who we were talking. He explained us apart of the best...
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Two monuments together

In that green area emerges 2 monuments: the memorial to the victims of fascism, and the Catholic Cathedral of St.Theresa of Avila.The memorial is a white, low bulding made by Toma Roksandic, in 1950....
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