Vrnjacka Banja is a popular spa town in the central part of Serbia. Besides facilities for healing, it offers beautiful nature and many music events, especially in the summer, when the town gets alive. In 19th century, Prince Miloš Obrenović wanted the town to look like Karlovy Vary (in order to bring more people from Europe for healthy treatment), so that period brought many notable historical buildings.
- The Castle of Culture - On a hill above the thermae, there's one of the oldest buildings in the town, known as "the castle of culture". It was built in 19th century by a famous Austrian architect, who helped urban development of the town.
- The temple of Mother of God - Built in 1834. just after the liberation from the Ottomans, it was the first Orthodox temple built in Vrnjacka Banja.
- The bridge of love - Bridge with hundreds of love chains in the central park
- Vrnjacka promenade - Pedestrian alley, full of coffee shops and restaurants. There are many music events in the main square during the summer
- Japanese garden - Due to collaboration of the local and Japanese government, this town got a characteristic present from Japan in 2011.