Vršac is a cultural, tourist, business and traffic centre. The urban area is characteristic for many different architectural styles, well-arranged town square, a number of representative public buildings and monuments, beautiful park areas. There are 19 categorized and protected cultural monuments in the town and its surroundings. The Residence of the Banat Episcopacy and the Monastery Mesić are the monuments of the highest category.

In Vršac there are the famous national theatre, the regional museum, the town library, the »Concordia« building, the Roman Catholic Church St.Gerhard, the Cathedral Church of St.Nicholas and other objects of great cultural-historic significance. The oldest town park in Vojvodina, which is protected as the monument of horticulture, can also be found in this town.

Vršac has a very well-developed catering trade, with the hotel »Serbia«, Villa Breg and other accommodation capacities.

Well-developed cultural and sport life in the town give great possibilities for organizing the high quality and functional tourist offers.

The important sights of Vršac are: The Tower of Vršac from the 14th century, The Town Hall from the 18th century, The Residence of the Banat Episcopacy from the 18th century, with a very rich treasure, the Monastery Mesić from the 16th century, the Roman Catholic Church St.Gerhard from 1863, the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas from 1785...

All this will fulfill Your tourist experience and enjoyment during Your stay in Vršac.