Vršac Tourist Organization
+381 13 832 999, 831 055
fax. +381 13 822 554

Vršac is characteristic for plenty of architectural styles. An organized tourist staying in the town understands a visit to the Bishop's Court, the Sterija National Theater, the Saborna (Gathering) Church, the Roman Catholic Church of St. Gerhardt, the building in which the first Vršac pharmacy, “At the Rescuer's” was opened in 1784 and, in which there are, at present, items from the history of health care and a memory collection of paintings of the great Serbian painter Paja Jovanović, items from the oldest park in Vojvodina, protected as a monument of garden architecture, the Mesić Monastery, the Vršac Hill, on which the Tower Fortress is located and other sightseeings. There are 19 classified and protected cultural monuments in the town and its suburbs. The Bishop's Castle and Mesić Monastery are the highest class monuments.
On one of the most beautiful locations in Vršac, there is the Sports / Business Center 'Millennium', the center of great sport competitions of European importance

Travel destinations

Vršac has got a diverse structure of the accommodation facilities:

+381 13 835 545
the hotel is located in the town center and has got 170 beds
+381 13 831 000
a luxury hotel without any competition nearby
+381 13 823 033
about 2 km far from the town and has got about 70 beds
+381 63 321 052
the Resort has got 96 beds
+381 13 801 155
it has got 25 rooms

Vršac is mostly visited by the tourists during the tourist events, consulting events, excursions and sports competitions. As one of the largest wine cellars has been in Vršac since the ancient era and worldwide respected wines are produced from the grapes from the Vršac vineyards, a celebration of grape picking days "The Vršac Grape Picking" takes place end of September there, which keeps wine fans and tourists from the whole world for three days there.

Vršac, a cultural / tourist, economic and traffic center, situated near the Serbian / Romanian border (14 km), is a old, noble town, with buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, constructed in the Baroque and Neo-Classicism styles. It is located at the base of Vršac Mountains, it leans on the Deliblatska Peščara (Sands) and it is near the Bela Crkva Lakes. It is 84 km far from Belgrade and 156 km from Novi Sad. In all directions, it is connected by good road and railway traffic. In the tourist event season, the museum train Romantika takes to Vršac. The fairly close Danube (45 km) opens the opportunity for it to be included in the programs of travelers sailing from Vienna to Constansa through Serbia.
In its coat of arms, Vršac has got three painting symbols: the Tower, the Mesić Monastery and grapes. The attractive Tower from the 15th century rises on the hill, in the middle of a fortress, which is even nowadays believed by many people to be connected to the town center by secret underground corridors. In the Mesić Monastery, for the construction of which there are three legends, the most probable of which is the one that says, it was founded in 1225, by the Hilandar monk Arsenije Bogdanović, there is a miracle icon, a copy of the icon "It Is Worthy" in Hilandar, for which the nuns state it has the healing power.