Novi Sad Novi Sad Serbia 3 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Novi Sad, Serbia, a cultural, economic, political and administrative centre of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, home of Exit Music Festival and Petrovaradin Fortress, one of the most important preserved fortifications in Europe. Novi Sad is a symbol of the city and evidence to a turbulent history and tradition that strongly leans onto European culture. On the slopes of Fruska Gora Mountain, on the banks of the Danube and in the shadows of Petrovaradin Fortress, there is a city with a tradition more than 300 years long. Novi Sad should be visited due to its unrepeatable substantiality of an urban centre characterised by Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant churches and the synagogue, baroque, neo-renaissance, classicistic, and Bauhaus buildings, as well as those built in the modern style. In the surroundings of Novi Sad there is National Park Fruska Gora, with a lot of picnic sites and preserved eco-system. Fruska Gora is one of the most famous wine areas in Serbia and Vojvodina where visitors can taste wines made in Serbian Orthodox monasteries and other producers. Also, Near Novi Sad, you can also find a lot of “Salaš” (small family farms) hunting resorts and fishing spots. Novi Sad lies on Danube river and it is a symbol of the European history and Balkan hospitality. In Novi Sad, you can enjoy a various interesting and historical places such as Petrovaradin Fortress, Fruska Gora mountain, Salashes, The Square of Freedom, Uncle Jova Zmaj’s Zone, Marija Trandafil Square, Gallery Square, Jewish Street, Laza Telecki’s Street and The Danube Revier Pearls. Also, you can enjoy vast events: Exit Music Festival, Sterija’s Theatre, Cinema City, IFUS (International Festival Of Street Music Players, Futog Cabbage Festival and many more. Novi Sad is declared as European Capital of Culture 2021. and European Youth Capital 2019, Novi Sad is the experience you can’t miss.