The city of Subotica is considered by both locals and tourists to be one of the most beautiful cities in Serbia. It is a rich cultural and historical center with a variety of sightseeing places, museums, and breathtaking galleries. This colorful and stylish city was built in 1391 by the Austro-Hungarian king as the resort and a royal summer palace for the aristocracy and local elite. Subotica, the so-called “Little Budapest” was built according to the spectacular architectural style of Art Nuovo. Large variety of unique colorful buildings make the city look as if it was taken from the world of legends. The city is listed as one of 12 European cities where you can enjoy the Art Nouveau architecture along with Barcelona, Vienna Farge and other.
In 2014, the city was ranked by the New York Times as one of the 52 must-visit places in the world.
The magnificent synagogue the second largest in Europe and one of the most beautiful in the world is in the city center. This impressive and huge structure is used by the small Jewish community living in the nearby Jewish Quarter. The building was recently renovated and restored by the Hungarian government at a cost of 7 million euros.
Within walking distance from the main square and the City Hall is Corso Street, the city’s main pedestrian street with spectacular buildings including the Theatre, the Municipal Library, the Central Bank and Reichel Palace. The street is bustling with a wide selection of fashion shops, trendy cafes, and a variety of restaurants offering a rich culinary experience. Subotica is the fourth largest city in Serbia, currently has a population of 150,000 and is the capital of the north of the country. The excellent location near the border crossings of Serbia with neighboring countries Hungary, Romania and Croatia nicknamed Subotica – “The Gateway to Europe”. Thanks to its strategic location and proximity to the border crossings, the city of Subotica was chosen to establish the largest high-tech and industrial zone (free zone) in the north of the country with the giant companies such as Siemens, Swarovski, Continental, Norma Group and more. Today, the industrial park is home to about 15,000 workers of the high-tech, engineering and manufacturing professions. In the coming years, many more companies are expected to enter the industrial park and it is expected to reach about 25,000 employees. Subotica currently has 4 universities and colleges.
In total, about 1,500 students are studying in the city, which brings a pleasant and fresh atmosphere and increases the demand for rentals in the city. In addition to all this, the city of Subotica is home to many diplomats and in fact all European consulates are in the city center, including representatives from the European Union, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Hungary and more.
Korzo 6, Subotica 24000