Novi Sad & Fruska Gora National park tour

Novi Sad &
Fruska Gora National park tour

Novi Sad is the capital of Vojvodina, an autonomous region in Northern Serbia, home to 23 different ethnic groups. The city sits beside the Danube – up river from Belgrade, down river from Budapest – and is surrounded by forests and farmland.

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Novi Sad & Fruska Gora National park tour

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Novi Sad

Novi Sad is the European Capital of Culture in 2022. It is the first city outside of the EU to be awarded the honour. Its theme is ‘Four New Bridges’, celebrating the European values of Hope, Love, Freedom and Diversity.

Novi Sad is perfect for exploring by foot. Indeed, most of the city’s most famous attractions can be reached by following Zmaj Jovina, a lively pedestrian thoroughfare that stretches from the main square, Trg Slobode, to Dunavska Park and the bridge to the Petrovaradin Fortress.

Petrovaradin Fortress

Sitting high above the Danube, with commanding views up and down the river, the Petrovaradin Fortress is one of the largest and best-preserved fortresses in Europe. Regarded as a masterpiece of Baroque military architecture, locals call it the ‘Gibraltar of the Danube.’

Novi Sad is definitely something specific and much different comparing to Belgrade, so don’t miss your chance to visit this charming and fabulous city which is located just 90 kilometers north from Belgrade.

Fruska Gora National Park

Half an hour southeast of Novi Sad, the right bank of the Danube becomes more mountainous as you venture into Fruška Gora National Park. A land of pasture and woodland, it is Serbia’s oldest national park, with plenty of hiking paths and mountain bike trails for you to explore.
As well as nature, there is history. Thirty-five monasteries were built here between the 15th and 18th centuries to protect Serbian culture from Turkish attacks, with more than 15 monasteries across Fruška Gora that you can visit all year round. There are vineyards producing wine from vines first planted by the Romans in 3 AD. And, more recently, the modern TV tower in the middle of the park was the first thing bombed during the NATO raid against Serbia in 1999. It rises, battered and forlorn, from the woods.
On Fruška Gora mountain you will see some astonishing viewpoints, you will experience the greenery of Fruška Gora from inside, beautiful lakes which are filled with multiple streams.
Simply, Fruška Gora is the finest touch of nature.

”After a long and successful day, we prepared you for a visit to one of the oldest and most authentic farm restaurants in the region.
Handpicked food, served in a traditional way, will certainly blow your senses and create an unforgettable gastronomical experience.”

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