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The City Guide – NOVI SAD, Serbia

The City Guide – NOVI SAD, Serbia
Novi Sad is a city in northern Serbia on the banks of the Danube River. Standing atop a riverside bluff, much of Petrovaradin Fortress dates to the 17th and 18th centuries, with an iconic clock tower and a network of tunnels. Across the river is the old quarter, Stari Grad, site of the Gothic Revival Name of Mary Church and the neo-Renaissance City Hall.

WHERE TO STAY

CitiHotel Veliki
Hotel Veliki is a boutique accommodation in the city center of Novi Sad. Placed in a historic building. Located in the old downtown this historical object has its own landmark a 214-year old corner stone, integrated in 1801.
According to the Institute for Cultural Heritage Conservation of Novi Sad, it is the oldest corner stone in Novi Sad.

 

Hotel Park
Overlooking the Futoški Park, this lively hotel is 2 km from the Museum of Vojvodina and the Matica Srpska Gallery.

 

Prezident Hotel
This modern hotel is 2 km from the 18th-century Novi Sad Synagogue, and 3 km from Novi Sad train station and art at the Museum of Vojvodina

 

Hotel Park
Overlooking the Futoški Park, this lively hotel is 2 km from the Museum of Vojvodina and the Matica Srpska Gallery.

THINGS TO DO

Petrovaradin Fortress
Petrovaradin Fortress is a fortress in the town of Petrovaradin, itself part of the City of Novi Sad, Serbia. It is located on the right bank of the Danube river.

 

The Clock Tower
Clock Tower is located at the Petrovaradin Fortress. It is set up so that people who once sailed the Danube at a time when not all the watches had a chance to see what time it is. On the terrace of the castle is located a couple of restaurants and cafes, the view is phenomenal and worth a stop and freshen up.

 

Dunavska Street
Dunavska Street is probably the oldest street in Novi Sad. It consists of three parts: from the direction of Zmaj Jovina streets are one-floor houses on the left and right, whose ground floor premises are used for various stores, the second part is the Danube park on one side and command of the garrison, the Museum of Vojvodina and the Historical Museum, on the other side, while in the third part, near the Danube river, is a House of the officers. On the left side of the street are houses in neo-baroque style.

 

Fruska Gora Monasteries
The long lost Serbian monasteries up at the Fruska Gora Mountains are a legend. Dated from as far back as 15th century, once upon a time there were about 35 monasteries of which only 16 are preserved now.

WHERE TO DINE

Bistro La Mer

 

Fish & Zelenish

 

Aqua Doria

 

Veliki Cafe Restaurant

 

Zak

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