Novi Sad & Sremski Karlovci

8 Hours

1-8 People

Leisurely Walking Pace

Departure from Belgrade.

We start our tour after we pick you up at your hotel/accommodation and we head towards the north of Serbia. During or ride, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery and listen to interesting stories from your guide about this part of Serbia and places you are about to visit.

Stop at Krušedol monastery.

The first place on our stop is Krušedol Monastery. This is a Serbian Orthodox monastery, the biggest and the most important one out of 17 monasteries on the Fruška Gora Mountain, in the province of Vojvodina. This is the pearl of all the monasteries in Fruška Gora and the most beautiful one. Fruška Gora is also known as the holy mountain because of the number of monasteries built there and Krušedol is the most unique of all of them, being the Patriarchate of the Serbian Orthodox church and the cultural and spiritual center of the Serbian people. The monastery is the legacy of the last Serbian despot family of SyrmiaBranković. Dedicated to the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, it has been described as the ‘spiritual beacon’ of Fruška Gora and ‘Second Studenica’. Krušedol Monastery was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990 and it is protected by the Serbian state. It is also shown on the 5 Dinar coin.

Stop at Sremski Karlovci.

After Krušedol we are headed to city of Sremski Karlovci. Sremski Karlovci is a small whimsical city, built in a baroque style situated on the banks of the Danube, 8 kilometers (5 miles) from Novi Sad. The town has traditionally been known as the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the Habsburg Monarchy. At the main square of Branko Radicevic, we will visit the earliest school (gymnasium) in Serbia as well as the church where the former Serbian Orthodox Patriarch resided. Sremski Karlovci and the whole area are well known for their wines. This city of just 10.000 people has over 30 wineries. The area in which the city is located is perfect for wine production due to its climate and the nearby Danube River. Only here, will you be able to taste-test the desert wine Bermet, specifically made in the area of Sremski Karlovci. During the wine tasting, we will enjoy this beautiful town and find out more about crucial historical events that happened here.

Stop at Petrovaradin fortress.

After the wine tasting in Sremski Karlovci, we are headed to Novi Sad and Petrovaradin fortress, the symbol of Novi Sad. Petrovaradin Fortress is a fortress in the town of Petrovaradin, itself part of the City of Novi Sad. It is the second-largest fortress on the Danube River, nicknamed Gibraltar of the Danube. What makes this fortress so special are around 16 kilometers of underground tunnels, 8 levels underground. We will also visit the landmark of the fortress, the Clock Tower, at the top of the fortress and enjoy the amazing and breathtaking view of the city of Novi Sad from that spot.

Stop at Novi Sad.

After the fortress, we are headed to the center of the city of Novi Sad. We will visit the Theatre square, the Liberty square, Zmaj Jovina Street, and the Name of Mary Church, as well as Saint George’s Cathedral. After the sightseeing, we will be having lunch in Novi Sad, which will be optional. Everyone will have two hours of free time.

Departure back to Belgrade.

We arrive in Belgrade in the late afternoon hours. The end of the tour.

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