Serbian Orthodox Church
The twin-towered Votive Church is a disproportionate brown-brick monstrosity that was pledged after the flood in 1879 but not completed...
St Demetrius Tower
The Romanesque Demetrius Tower in Dóm tér is the city's oldest structure, and is all that remains of a church erected here in the 12th...
The National Pantheon – statues and reliefs of more than 100 notables running along an arcade around three sides of the square – is a...
John Bull Pub
This place does a grand ‘English pub’ imitation, with mock Turkish carpets, proper pints and bar stools, and there’s a full menu (mains...
This is a very modern take on an old-fashion idea – the 'milk bar' so popular during socialist times. Though not vegetarian there are...
Dóm tér · interesting places nearby
Serbian Orthodox Church information
The Serbian Orthodox church in Dóm tér, dating from 1778, has a fantastic iconostasis: a central gold 'tree', with 70 icons hanging from its 'branches'.