Explore the centre of Serbian culture!
Meet Novi Sad, Serbia’s second largest city, situated on the Danube banks, on the meeting point between the civilisations. What differentiates Novi Sad from other cities in Serbia is a wide diversity of nationalities, cultures and religions. Five Orthodox churches, the Jewish synagogue and the Catholic cathedral in the very heart of Novi Sad symbolize the multiculturalism of this city. See also the Liberty Square, City Hall, White Banovina, Matica Srpska,… Meet the architectural jewel of Novi Sad, the Medieval Petrovaradin fortress, second largest of its kind in Europe. Built by Maria Teresa, it offers an opportunity to sense the spirit of that period. It is a home of numerous art studios and beautiful cafes with breathtaking views of the Danube river and the city. Blow your mind with the unique, ˝must do˝ adventure and explore the 16km long underground tunnels with torches!
Sightseeing of Sremski Karlovci, city of history and wine, with its architectural monuments such as the Orthodox Cathedral Church, the Patriarchy, the First Serbian Grammar School, the drinkfountain ˝Four Lions˝, the Chapel of Peace… Visit the Museums of honey and wine, and the Živanovic wine-cellar for wine tasting. Lunch at Brka’s farmhouse, with Serbian traditional music – the tambourines.