Jews (both the Sephardi and the Ashkenazi) have been present in the territory of contemporary Serbia for centuries. From the times when Serbia has been ruled by Hapsburg and Ottoman empires Jews played a significant role in the development of this country and Serbian nation in general. From the first decades of the 20th Century many impressive Jewish milestones and monuments still stand: the beautiful synagogues of Belgrade, Novi Sad and Subotica, Sephardic cemetery in Belgrade, Community building and Yeshiva in Novi Sad… Flourishing of Jewish communities has been cut-down by the WW2.
Join us on the Jewish tour of Serbia and find out how the Jews lived in Ottoman Empire, Habsburg Empire (from 1867 Austro-Hungary) and Serbia/Yugoslavia! University educated historians with special interests for Jewish studies will be at your disposal at all time. Visit the immensely beautiful Ashkenazim synagogues of Novi Sad and Subotica, which are both religious and cultural monuments of greatest artistic and historical value. Stroll around the streets of Sephardic colony in Belgrade’s quarter of Jalija and see some of the most important Jewish institutions that are still existing there. Visit the Jewish cemeteries of Belgrade and Subotica and see the history first-handed: track some of the most influential Jewish individuals and admire impressive family tombs of Buli, Demayo, Mavorah, Levi, Cohen, Alkalaj and other families. Learn about the Serbian Jews destiny in the Holocaust and pay your respect to the victims on several memorial locations decorated with astonishing sculptures of highest artistic value. Spend an entire day finding out about the hidden Jewish influences in Serbian culture, tradition and everyday life.
Regular tour: 109€
If you would like a private tour, we can organize one for you. Please contact us.
- Sephardic Cemetery in Belgrade
- Dorcol quarter - former Sephardic colony (Jalija) in Belgrade
- Oneg Sabat and Jewish female society buildings in Belgrade
- Menorah in flames - sculpture dedicated to the Holocaust victims in Belgrade
- Jewish cemetery in Subotica
- The Great Synagogue in Subotica
- Jewish street in Novi Sad
- Ashkenazic Synagogue in Novi Sad
- The Family Monument on Danube Quay - monument dedicated to the Racija (Novi Sad Raid) victims
- Pick up from your accommodation
- Entrance fees
- Professional Tour guide
- Drop off at your accommodation
We will pick you up from your accommodation. We'll work out the details once you call us or send us an email.
Phone: +381 66 509 17 93
Do I need to book this tour?
Yes, please book no later than 6pm the day before.
How long does the tour last?
We start the tour between 8-9am and should finish aprox. 8pm. However, it depends on many factors, one of which is traffic.