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Short info - Vršac

Vršac belongs to the South Banat District, within the autonomous province Vojvodina. It is situated at the foot of the Vršac Mountains, covering an area of 170 sq km. A part of the mountain range is the highest peak in Vojvodina, Gudurički vrh (641 m). The city is 94 above sea level and covers an area of 10 sq km. In the vicinity of Vršac is the Deliblato Sand (Deliblatska Peščara), one of the biggest sand areas in Europe. Vršac does not lie on any river – the only river is Karaš, which passes near Vršac. Vršac is a municipality with 23 villages. The neighbouring municipalities are Bela Crkva, Kovin, Alibunar and Plandište.



Vršac has around 37,000 inhabitants. The Vršac hill was inhabited even in the Prehistoric Period. There is also a medieval fortress with 31 m high and 2.5 m wide walls. Serbs came to this area in 1425. Even when it was conquered by the Turks, it was mainly inhabited by Serbs. But after the Banat uprising, Serbs fled to Erdely (Transylvania) and Vršac became a Turkish town. The city was liberated from Turks in 1716 and soon after that the Germans came. In this period, Vršac experienced rapid economic growth and in 1817 it gained the status of a free royal town. During World War II, the Germans living in Vršac levelled the entire Jewish community. After 1944, the Germans were expelled by the Red Army and they immigrated into Germany and Austria.



The area of Vršac has always been known for its excellent wines. During the Habsburg Monarchy it was the centre of wine industry. Even today, it is well known because of the tradition of wine production and it is a thriving, modern city with a tendency to further economic and cultural development.


Vršac has many green areas and fresh air, which are jokingly often connected with the success of sportsmen and sport clubs from Vršac. The cultural growth from the 19th century till today gave the town many great artists and writers, among others, the painters Paja Jovanović and Nikola Nešković, playwright Jovan Popović and poet Vasko Popa. Even today, numerous events take place in Vršac, continuing a rich tradition. The most popular are “Golden autumns” and “Youth Biennale”.

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  • Villa Breg 0.1km
  • Villa Breg

    Villa Breg is located on Vrsacki Breg, 78km of easy driving from Belgrade and only 20km from the border crossing with Romania, and 76km from Timisoara. A sophisticated look, healthy food and pleasant staff will take care of your unique experience.

  • Srbija 2.4km
  • Srbija

    The Hotel “Srbija” is located at the centre of Vrsac. It is categorized with 3 stars and represents a part of the Spanish Hotel Company from Mallorca.


  • The Church Cathedral 0.6km
  • The Church Cathedral

    This Orthodox Temple was built in 1785 during the service of Bishop Nikola Dimitrijević. It contains paintings made by Pavel Đurković, Nikola Nešković and Paja Jovanovića.

  • The Church of Saint Gerhard 0.6km
  • The Church of Saint Gerhard

    The tallest and the most representative building in Vršac is definitely this church dedicated to saint Gerhard.

  • The Chapel of Holy Cross 1.7km
  • The Chapel of Holy Cross

    This is the oldest temple in Banat. It is situated on the Misa Hill above Vršac. After the Vršac tower it is the oldest preserved building in the town.


  • The Središte Monastery 8.2km
  • The Središte Monastery

    The Središte Monastery is situated in the vicinity of Vršac, on the road toward Gudurički vrh. The monastery was founded at the end of 15th century by the Holy nobleman Jovan Branković

  • The Monastery Mesić 8.4km
  • The Monastery Mesić

    The monastery Mesić is a female monastery of Serbian Orthodox Church and it was taken care of by the nuns.The first written records on monastery date from the records of Patriarchate of Peć made in 1660 and 1666.


  • The Vršac Tower 1.9km
  • The Vršac Tower

    The tower is situated on the top of the hill above the town and represents rests of medieval fortification from 15th century, once Vršac town.


  • The Bishop’s Palace 0.6km
  • The Bishop’s Palace

    The Bishop’s residence of Banat episcopes was erected by the bishop Jovan Đorđević between 1750 and 1757 and is the only one for this purpose dating from the Baroque period.


  • The Town Museum 0.4km
  • The Town Museum

    The Town Museum in Vršac was formed in 1882 with a collection of various items. The museum has the archeological, historical, numismatic, ethnological, natural history and artistic collection.


  • Arena 0.7km
  • Arena

    In the beautiful surroundings of City Park among the trees, ornamental shrubs and flowers, find a restaurant Arena.

  • Čarda 1.9km
  • Čarda

    Located on Vrsac hill, on the way for St.Theodor church, the restaurant Carda radiates a traditional atmosphere.


  • Vrsac`s tower 2km
  • Vrsac`s tower

    Airfield at Vrsac`s tower is narrow, short and steep. In case of wind stronger than 4m/s there is turbulence at the start.


  • Vršačke planine 12.9km
  • Vršačke planine

    Vršačke planine (Vršac Mountains) are located in the southeastern Banat, and they are the highest mountain range in Vojvodina region.


  • Grožđebal (Grape festival) 0.3km
  • Grožđebal (Grape festival)

    The manifestation "Grožđebal” has a long tradition and it attracts a large number of visitors and wine fans. The mascot of the “vintage” is: Vinko Lozić (a vine inspired name), created by our famous play writer Sterija.