Day tour Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci


● Belgrade - Fruska Gora
● Visit of the monasteries: Staro & Novo Hopovo, Krusedol, Gregeteg and Velika Remeta
● Sremski Karlovci (lunch) - Museum of honey & wine - Viewpoint
● Novi Sad - center hike - Petrovaradin fortress - Clock Tower
● Novi Sad - Belgrade

Total price:
€73 per person (group of three)
Price Includes: transport, all tickets and fees, lunch, guiding and assistance, non-alcoholic drinks during transfer.
Note: Price depends on the amount of people. For group of two, it's €89 per person, for only one person it's €105. Flights to/from Serbia are not included in price. Traveling health insurance is mandatory.

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Points of Interest in Northern Serbia: Novi Sad, Fruska gora monasteries, Sremski Karlovci

Geographically, Northern Serbia (Vojvodina region) is quite opposite from the rest of Serbia. It is flat. A part from Fruska Gora mountain, there is nothing to disturb the view over plains that used to be Pannonian Sea, millions years ago. Although, there are more interesting spots to see and explore, the best and most attractive for tourists are: city of Novi Sad, picturesque town Sremski Karlovci and Serbian "Holy mountain" Fruska Gora, all covered in our "Novi Sad & Monasteries" tour.

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Novi Sad is the second largest city in the Republic of Serbia. The town was established in the 17th century as settlement of artisans and merchants on the left bank of the Danube River. The town gradually grew in importance and established its first secondary schools, the Gimnasium in 1810, the Library Matica Srpska with the oldest literary journal in Europe. Novi Sad was the centre of Serbian culture, politics and social life during the Habsburg administration in the 18th and 19th centuries, and because of that it received epithet 'Serbian Athens'.
Cultural Serbian heritage from this vibrant city is remarkable. The focal point of the city is Petrovaradin fortress, main symbol of Novi Sad. It was built on the right bank of the Danube and several centuries ago served as a defense of Habsburg Monarchy against the Turkish invasion. Today, the space of this magnificent fortress hosts one of the largest European music festivals – EXIT. The fortress has a large Clock Tower, where the big hand shows hours, and the small one shows minutes, so that the boatmen could see what time is it from afar.
The Name of Mary Church (see picture on the left) is a Roman Catholic church named after Virgin Mary. The church was built on the foundation of an old Roman Catholic church, which was damaged during Revolution of 1848. It is the highest church in Backa region and dominates the city center of Novi Sad.
In our tour we visit National Park Fruska Gora. It is a mountain in north Srem. Most of it is located within Srem, Serbia, but a smaller part on its western side overlaps the territory of Croatia. Sometimes, it is also referred to as jewel of Serbia, due to its beautiful landscape protection area, nature and its picturesque countryside.
Fruska Gora is often compared to Sveta Gora (Holy Mountain) for its impressive complex of Serbian medieval monasteries of great beauty and priceless spiritual value. Seventeen monasteries on Fruska Gora make a unique collection of densely distributed shrines built during a time span from 15th until 17th century as Serbian royal families endowments.
Sitting snug against the Danube, Sremski Karlovci has a huge history that belies its cosy size.
We visit Sremski Karlovci. It is a picturesque village placed between the Fruska Gora Mountains and the Danube, in the region of Vojvodina in Serbia. The town offers the opportunity to know two of its greatest treasures: the history of its buildings and the genuine and vital taste of traditions. Here there is no industry, in the center the traffic is minimal. Here you can rediscover the true meaning of the words: peace and tranquility. The geographical location of Sremski Karlovci is ideal for viticulture and wine production. In the fields surrounding the town there are mainly vineyards and orchards. Karlovci wines are known as good and high quality wines.
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