Things to See and Do in Novi Sad

March 5, 2021

Novi Sad is a beautiful city in northern Serbia on the banks of the Danube River. Standing on the bluff above the river, much of Petrovaradin Fortress date from the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries, with a distinctive clock tower and several massive underground tunnels. Around the edge of the fortress is the old commercial center, Stari Grad, site of one of the world’s first metropolises, The Old Town and the Museum of Eminences. Just beyond the city are the ancient medieval townhouses and palaces dating from the fifteenth century.

With the help of a qualified travel guide, you can get to know the region’s history and culture, the best spots for holiday photographs and short hiking expeditions, and the best places to stay during your stay. There are many interesting sights and activities to see while exploring this beautiful part of Serbia. Here are some highlights:

– Travel to the ancient city of Kota on a reconnoitre of the Golden Horn Mountains. This valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Serbia. You’ll find an array of mountain lodges, guest houses, cabins and private rental apartments. Hike to the top of the Golden Horn Mountains and experience the breathtaking views from all sides. The Serbs are proud of their mountainous landscape and the natural beauty depicted in this valley makes it one of the most attractive places to photograph.

– Hike to the archaeological site of Cerkle. Cerkle was a key strategic point in both medieval and renaissance Serb history. You can hike from the Little Shop to Fort Sanja and from Fort Sanja to Cerkle. The fort was used by the Turkish military and is currently a National Park. Cerkle is also a World Heritage Site.

– Go shopping. You should have a good selection of local and international shops at your disposal. This is the best place to pick up souvenirs and gifts. Shopping here is particularly popular during festivals such as Oktoberfest and Vecich.

– See the sights at Novi Sad’s main airport. The airport offers easy access to Belgrade’s Old Town and to other important locations. The terminal is highly functional, clean and has a number of nice restaurants and cafes. There is plenty to do and see in this city, so plan your stay to include a trip to this airport and surrounding areas.

– Be sure to visit the legendary ‘Zapla’ – the largest marina in all of Serbia. Built in 1950, Zapla is a great place to take a boat ride. Take a stop to see the beautiful coastline along the Maranjanca River. This is a great way to get a close look at the wonderful old architecture that is still standing in this region.

– Do not forget about the entertainment in Novi Sad. This historic city is home to a large number of clubs and bars. These are a great way to relax and enjoy a few hours of entertainment with your friends and family. There are many to select from, so it should be easy to find one to suit your tastes. Many of these are located within walking distance to the most important attractions in town.

– Try a delightful gourmet meal. The local food fans will appreciate the variety of dishes that are offered here. You can find traditional dishes or more experimental ones, but it should be no problem to satisfy all palates.

– There is a lovely museum here. It features an authentic ethnographic museum that includes a fine collection of local pottery. The interior exhibits include ancient frescoes and mosaics from the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. This is a great way to spend a few hours and learn a little history while enjoying some of the fine cuisine that is available.

– Take a hike on the Mount Agailos ski resort. It is only 30 minutes from Novi Sad, and it offers a great way to experience winter sports. There is plenty to do at this ski resort, including skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing. There are also lots of different shops to visit, and some of them offer wonderful antiques.