- By car E-70 road connects Belgrade and Vršac. The road is in very good condition and the trip takes less than 2 hours.
- By bus From the main bus station nearly every hour you can find direct routes going from both Novi Sad and Belgrade. Ticket to Belgrade is about 600 RSD and to Novi Sad about 900 RSD.
- By train There is only one train per day and it's route is: Belgrade - Bucharest with major stops in Vršac and Timişoara. It departs at 6PM every day to Timişoara and at 7AM to Belgrade. Pass control and customs are made at the train station in Vršac and usually last for about 20 minutes for the whole train to be checked. Ride duration is approximately more than 2 hours, the train going faster when on Romanian territory. Pass control and customs are made at Stamora-Moravita, Romania). The ticket in one direction from Vršac to Timişoara is 540 RSD (as of January 2011).
Although Vršac is just 12 kilometers from Romanian border, connections are rather poor. It is, however, easy to get a cab to the border for about 10 euro, walk over the border and take a Romanian cab/hitchhike in the direction of Timişoara from there. The cab from the Romanian border to Timişoara will be expensive, so it is advisable to first negotiate a price with the taxi driver.
Town is very small and very compact, easily covered by foot, but reaching for example Vršac Tower can be time-wasting, good solution may be taking taxi which is very affordable.
- The Millennium sport center, built in 2002, is located in Vršac. European championship in basketball 2005 was played in this beautiful hall.
- Vršac Tower (Vršačka kula) is the symbol of the town and dates back to the mid 15th century. The tower is a remain of the medieval Vršac fortress. It stands at the top of the hill (399m) overlooking Vršac. From that place you can see whole city and, when weather is nice, a lot more.
- There are two Serbian Orthodox monasteries in the Vršac municipality: Mesić monastery from the 15th century and Središte monastery, which is currently under construction.
- Wineries is must-see, the region around Vršac is famed for its vineyards.
Stroll around pedestrianized city center without rush, like typical local. For breath-taking view on the whole area, go to the hill where Vršac Tower is.
You can eat at restaurant called "Furunica". They have meal of the day and you can also order by menu. Quality is good and prices are affordable.