Novi Sad is the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, an area on the North of Serbia. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the banks of the Danube river and on Fruska Gora mountain known for its 16 Medieval Ortodox monasteries. It is the second largest city in Serbia, located around 90 km from Belgrade. Petrovaradin fortress, one of the main landmarks of this city, is located above the right bank of the Danube River and it is one of the best preserved fortifications in Europe. Serbia’s largest music festival – Exit is organized on the fortress every July. Sremski Karlovci town is located on the bank of the river Danube. It used to be famous for being the seat of Serbian Orthodox Church in the Habsburg Monarchy. It was was also the cultural center of the Serbs in the Habsburg Monarchy.


Visit to Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia, located around 90 km from Belgrade. Walking tour through the city with your tourist guide: Liberty Square, The Name of Mary Church, Monument to Svetozar Miletic, Zmaj Jovina Street and Dunavska Street with Danube park. Tour continues to Petrovaradin Fortress, a former military fort of the Austrian rulers, one of the best perserved fortifications in Europe. After the Fortress, continue the drive to Sremski Karlovci,  center of Serbian culture, a town famous for its nomerous wineries. Sightseeing with your guide through the  main attractions of the town – The Orthodox cathedral of Saint Nikolaj, the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, Four lions fountain, the Patriarchy Court. Visit to one of the traditional local wineries with arranged wine tasting.



  • Bus tour
  • Local tourist guide
  • Local wine tasting
  • Tour organization


Information about the tour:

  • Panoramic and walking tour
  • Tour duration: approximately 6 hours
  • Transportation to and from your accommodation included
  • Local English speaking tourist guide (tour guides available in other languages)

Novi Sad panoramic tour

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