Departure by bus from Belgrade at 08:00h from parking in front of the Hotel Intercontinental. Visit to Kovilj monastery and the birthplace of Laza Kostić. The founder of the monastery according to a legend was St. Sava or Serbian king Dragutin. Original church was erected at the end of 15th or 16th century. The monastery was burned and devastated by the Hungarian army in 1849. year and was so damaged that could not been rebuild, but instead the new one has been built. Continuation of the trip to Subotica – the northest multiethnic town near the Hungarian border, known as the “Serbian gate to Europe”. Visiting the cultural and historic heritage of Subotica: Town Hall, museum, fountains, Reich palace with decorations of Zolnai ceramics.
Going on Palic – free time for a walk by the lake surrounded by beautiful villas and buildings in Art Nouveau style, built in the oldest park in the country. There are many cafes, restaurants, the most beautiful Zoo in the country. Late lunch on the farm-Majkin Salas, restaurant which serves traditional food. Farm is closed on the north side with the wall because of the cold wind which comes from the north. On the eastern side was located the room for the hosts so that they were woken by the first morning rays of sunshine. On the west side was located the guest room, and on the south side the farm is open. Such a situation today also can be meet at the Majkin Salas as well as the schedule of auxiliary facilities that served to the hosts. There is also the tamborine orchestra “Neven” that will assure you a magic afternoon. In the evening return to Belgrade.
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