Summer stage celebrates 70 years of existence

Built as an aspiration of many previous generations, the Summer Stage has been beautifying the Grand park  for the past 70 years.

According to some sources, the idea of ​​building a theater dates from the 19th century.  In the catalog of the Third International Film Festival, Bela Duranci states that Lajos Vermes had a license for building the theater, which he later demolished. A draft for the theater was preserved at the Historical Archives of Subotica; before that, in 1881, th


Grand terrace and Palic through the prism of time

At the beginning of the 20th century, Palic had an exceptional tourist offer. The guests had spas with hot, cold and mud baths, numerous villas and rooms for rent, hotels, a summer stage, a library, various vessels and a complete Vermes sports center at their disposal.

Transportation was fast and efficient thanks to the rail and tram connections. Respectable citizens, landlords, wealthy merchants, bankers, industrialists from all over the Austro-Hungarian monarchy visited this place. T


Christmas and New Year’s Eve decoration in Palic

In the very heart of the tourist area – in front of the Grand Terrace and in the Grand Park, a New Year’s Eve decoration, as well as a Christmas tree were placed, which symbolically marked the beginning of the festive atmosphere and Christmas and New Year holidays.


Works in Palic as a part of ongoing maintenance

The end of the Summer season does not mean the end of our activities in Palic, as well. With the aim of constantly improving our destination, in the last couple of months our goal was to solve some serious, long-standing problems in the Palic tourist area

Setting up an urban street furniture

In the central tourist area of ​​Palić, near the restaurant „Mala gostiona“, the old wooden poles were dismantled and new concrete balls were installed. A total of 100 bal


An Art competition for selection of project name and visual identity - logo of the project "Protection of biodiversity and water of the Palic and Ludas lakes" is now opened.

The City of Subotica, the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure and other public companies in the territory of the City of Subotica, signed a contract with the Government of Germany at the end of November 2017 through the KFW Bank for the project „Biodiversity Conservation of Lake Palic and Ludas“ totaling € 6.5 million , which aims to create better conditions for biodiversity conservation and potential for tourism development in the area.

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