Historically, the town of Bač has been a major crossroad point and one of the most developed parts of the Kingdom of Hungary. Bač Fortress is the most important medieval monument in the province of Vojvodina located on the outskirts of the town. There are records of a fort at the site dating back to at least the 9th century. The fortress originally stood on a historical island on the Mostonga river – back in those days, it was only approachable by a drawbridge. The fortress that stands in Bač today was built by the Hungarian king Charles I in the 14th century. The castle complex originally had eight towers, along with residences, a chapel, well, barn, cistern, and storage buildings.
Parking location – Bač: 45.392095N 19.221918E (💦)