Architecture and city planning is a direct reflection of a region’s inhabitants.
The Art Nouveau movement of the late 1800s and early 1900s had a profound effect on architecture and interior design throughout Europe. In the undiscovered town of Subotica, along the border between Serbia and Hungary, visitors will find a treasure trove of turn-of-the-century design. Wine, dentistry, and spa tourism are also burgeoning in this southeastern corner of Europe.
Having made the New York Times list of the Top Places to Go in 2014, Subotica’s tourism has been hobbled in recent years by the poignant news revolving around the European migrant crisis. However, this merely equates to more opportunities for the intrepid traveler.
For more on Subotica, visit Tricia’s blog post for a wealth of information on this idyllic town.