Take a day-long trip from Belgrade to Novi Sad, former site of the Austro-Ottoman war, now a cultural, economic, and trade center. Here you will see the Petrovaradin Fortress, historical and art monuments at Sremski Karlovci, and Fruska Gora mountain.
What to Expect
Spend a day exploring the surroundings of Belgrade in this excursion an hour north to Novi Sad. Once the border area during the great Austro-Ottoman war, the second-largest city in Serbia is now a cultural, economic, and trade center. Visit the Greek school and the Old Matica Srpska Library and Gallery, before viewing the intricate and iconic art inside the Orthodox Cathedral.
Stop by the Petrovaradin Fortress, located on the Danube, which has been converted into a town museum. Continue on to Sremski Karlovci for historical and artistic sightseeing, which includes many churches and museums, as well as wine cellars. You will also spend some time in nature at Fruska Gora, a mountain lined with wooded hills alongside the Danube River. Famous for its vineyards and 17 monasteries from the 15th and 16th century, Fruska Gora is a representation of the spiritual center of the Serbian nation.
- Entrance fees
- English-speaking guides