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Where to go Novi Sad
Where to go in Novi Sad, Serbia and visit the best places

Where to go in Novi Sad, Serbia and visit the best places in Novi Sad. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

Novi Sad as a destination for a holiday or business is perfect, it is known as being a heaven of tranquility and tolerance, multi ethnic and multi-cultural. It has natural elegance and the old city charm. It is 45 minutes from Belgrade Airport and proximity to Hungary, Romania and Croatia. It lies on the banks of Danube River. With brand new facilities like the Congress Master Center, one of the newest state of the art congress facility in Europe. It has beautiful architecture and numerous authentic and preserved crafts. You can enjoy great restaurants and clubs. It has an extensive rail network offering day and night service and connects Novi Sad to the rest of Europe. It has a continental climate with four seasons. As an user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Novi Sad. Just have a look on this Where to go in Novi Sad page of Event1001 and maybe you will find new tips when you visit Novi Sad, Serbia. View all kind of meeting and incentive companies in Serbia.
Tip 1: Restaurants: if you want to have gastronomic experiences try one of the rural ethno ambient houses in Novi Sad. Plava Frajla, in the center with discreet music of tamburiza orchestra while dining on the succulent chicken kebabs. Osam tabmuarasa for traditional specialties and music of Vojvodina. The czardas and farmsteads in Novi Sad and the surrounding areas are good opportunities where you will learn something new about the area and where you will enjoy good food and ambiance.
Tip 2: Entertainment and clubbing: you will have a terrific time in the Petrovaradin Fortress where you can choose from a variety of bars and clubs. The museum is one of the most elegant discotheques in Novi Sad. The street of Laze Teleckog in the downtown pedestrian zone is packed with cafes, bars and restaurants. Foxtrot is the perfect choice for jazz and blues fans.
Tip 3: The Danube: also called the Blue Highway, with a beautiful beach where you can enjoy swimming and active leisure on the white sandy beach. At night there will be live music and entertainment. Fisherman Island is a tourist complex close to the city center with several restaurants but also peace and quietness of the nature.
Tip 4: Shopping: on the Dunavska and Zmaj Jovina streets you can find a variety of open terrace cafes, pastry shops, restaurants and stores. Liman Green Market is an urban market where you can buy fresh and organic food. The Bazar shopping Mall is a place where you can find everything under one roof, from fashion till books till sport facilities and restaurants. There are more than 60 stores in Novi Sad for traditional crafts, ceramics, woven products, silk and textile.
Tip 5: The Fortress: located on the right bank of the Danube River it is one of the most prominent landmarks of Novi Sad. The location and the breathtaking view are wonderful. It houses numerous art galleries and you can follow workshops. There is the Museum of Novi Sad which houses one of the largest systems of underground galleries in Europe. In the summertime the Fortress hosts the famous music festival EXIT. There is also a 5 star Hotel Leopold.
Tip 6: Serbian National Theater: one of the oldest and most recognizable cultural institutions in Serbia en the largest theatre building in the Balkans. With three large rooms and several smaller rooms. Ideal for business meetings, with foyers, clubs a restaurant with a beautiful terrace, galleries and great event organization.
Tip 7: Vojvodina Typical: Farmsteads located in the vicinity of Novi Sad which represent country estates from the 8th and 19th centuries. Crasp the feeling of village life in Vojvodina and enjoy excellent and hearty homemade meals, local music and horse rides. Visit the unique taverns which offer superb food, warm atmosphere and accommodation. The Dunavac czardas where you will be amazed by the traditional fish stew in the warm and cozy environment of this amazing surrounding.
Tip 8: University of Novi Sad: was established in 1960 and covers several faculties in four cities in Vojvodina among them Novi Sad. One of the most advanced higher education institutions in the region is the Faculty of Technical Sciences which offers excellent capacities.
Tip 9: Heart of the city: The street of Dunavska is a shopping district and the center of cultural events. Visit the Museum of Vojvodina and the Historical Museum. The main square is the Liberty Square with the big statue of Svetozar Miletic. Visit the City Hall built in Neo-Renaissance style or go to the street of Laze Teleckog packed with restaurants, cafes and good vibe.
Tip 10: Religious Buildings: Serbian Orthodox Church with the famous Epiphany Cross made of pink marble is the oldest preserved monument of Novi Sad. The Mary Church is located at the Liberty Square and is beautifully decorated in Neo gothic style and is one of the most prominent buildings in the city. The Synagogue is no longer used for religious ceremonies but today it is a venue for many cultural concerts and events.
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