Sremski Karlovci in Serbia, from Europe region, is best know for Historic Sites. Discover best things to do in Sremski Karlovci with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 130 reviews
Walking along the small streets of this town was like taking a step back in time. There are some lovely old buildings and plenty of examples of the 'spying' windows - sort of box-like arrangements overlooking the streets in some of the houses - which enabled the locals to observe the comings and goings below without being seen themselves (seems to have been a common practice in Serbia and not just during the Communist regime. Well worth taking a stroll round before going on to visit the Kis winery to round off the trip.
5 based on 49 reviews
The wine tasting is in an old-style cave. There are a couple whites and red and 2 special Bermets. Call before you come and you will be met with the very happy and kind owner.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
This Cathedral is a magnificent building with icons galore. The icon art only appears in orthodox churches and very ancient catholic churches.
There are seats along to walls for the priests. The church attendees must stand during services.
The Cathedral is located close to the Danube River.
4 based on 40 reviews
Built in 1799, this Baroque Fountain marked the completion of the first town waterworks.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Travel often entails numerous visits to museums, religious buildings, monuments, and other historical sites. This was something refreshingly different. As we walked on the Zivanovic family's land, we observed beautiful Gardens, attractive buildings, and everything meticulously maintained. We began at the beekeeping museum. One of the family members, a delightful young man, told the story of the beginnings of the family businesses back in the 1700s. The businesses are now in the seventh generation. The small museum housed family pictures, anatomical charts of bees, old smokers and other machines used to extract honey and melt beeswax. There were also models of beehives used over the past 200 years, from cone shaped ones to modern day boxes. One very special one was built in 1880 in the shape of a church that may have symbolized St Sava Orthodox Cathedral.
After the beekeeping museum we visited the family's 300 year old wine cellar, one of the oldest and biggest. It was like going down into a cave and was quite interesting. It was dark and wet, a bit slippery, so be careful. This was followed by a delightful honey and wine tasting experience. Three types of honey were provided and, if I recall correctly, seven kinds of wine. They are noted for their bermet, whose recipe has remained a secret for generations. We do know that 27 ingredients are added to the natural wine and that it was a favorite of the aristocracy of several countries. This was a very nice experience and we highly recommend it, but check to see if a reservation is best.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
The school is beautiful from the outside, but we were lucky that our guide, Grada, was able to get them to admit us to the interior while school was going on. One of the students came to be our guide. The interior is beautiful and she was extremely articulate in explaining both the history of the gymanzium as well as the education system as it is now in Serbia. Very interesting.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
It was built between 1892 and 1895. It keeps a lot of valuable portraits, art collections, old books... Wht impresses me are lion statues in fron of the Court. Tourists can see the artefects from XVIII and XIX century which belonged to churches in Bosnia and Croatia.
Bulidning today has several uses: summer patriarch residence, museum of Serbian Orthodox Church...
4.5 based on 12 reviews
A symbol of the peace agreement signed by Turkey and The Holy Alliance on January 26th, 1699.
If you're visiting Sremski Karlovci, then you really have to visit this very important historical place. Namely, in this very building, the Treaty of Karlowitz was signed in 1699, concluding the Austro-Ottoman War of 1683–97. It's a very important historical moment, because from that time Ottoman empire finally retreaded itself from Central Europe, which basically marked the beginning of the empire's phase of decline.
4 based on 18 reviews
Wine experience. Vine is the first time in Srem (range autonomous province of Vojvodina) brought and planted the Roman general Marcus Aurelius Probus (276-282). Grape production and wine-making have become part of the lifestyle and traditions of the inhabitants of Srem particularly magical town, Sremski Karlovci significant historical and cultural past. Grape production and wine making was most pronounced during the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the story says that the court of Empress Maria Theresa instead of tea / coffee served at noon Bermet, dessert wine originating in Sremski Karlovci.
During Austro-Hungarian Empire made the huge wine cellar, under the hill called Lagum and from which the wine is driven to the rail on the Danube (Sremski Karlovci located beside the beautiful blue Danube), then the Danube in all European countries.
In one such Lagum in the center Sremski Karlovac, in the pedestrian zone, there is a wonderful wine cellar of the family Bajilo that has the most grapevine plantings in Srem. Basement (LAGUM) Bajilo encouragess from 1864.
The wine family atmosphere of Lagum Bajilo turist can taste white wines (Italian Riesling Rhenish Riesling, Silas), Pink Muscat Hamburg and red wine (Portugizer; Vranac, Cabernet Sauvignon) and of course Bermet.
Portugizer and Bermet are authentic wine area of Srem, have an interesting history and culture. The French have a Beaujolais, Srem and Karlovci have Portugizer (bride or wedding wine). Beremet is a fine dessert wine whose origins date back only to Sremska Karlovci
If you drop by the winery Bajilo will welcome a broad smile of Members Bajilo family, good wine, a warm atmosphere and an interesting story. Confirm our experience
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I visited this winery while tasting in the area. I rolled up and the winery is in their home, a woman was labeling bottles in the house. She spoke zero English. I mean none. I pantomimed tasting wine and she was gracious enough to pour me tastes of all their wines. Wine was decent and it was interesting trying to communicate with wine charades. Only go here if you are a hardcore wine tourist like me.
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