Novi Sad (Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Сад, pronounced [nôʋiː sâːd] ( listen); Hungarian: Újvidék [ˈuːjvideːk]; Slovak: Nový Sad [ˈnoʋiː ˈsat]; see below for other names) is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka and Srem geographical regions, on the banks of the Danube river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain.
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I've been here before but brought my friend here to show him this neat, historic fortress overlooking the Dunav and Novi Sad. We wandered by the artists studios and took a look in a couple (it's sort of an artists' colony today). Also nearby is the city museum, a couple of restaurants and best of all, the view of Novi Sad, Dunav and the down below...
4.5 based on 300 reviews
Nice pedestrian area with shops handmade displays and stands. Street performers and nice cafe... it is next to green Danube park... waljh and relax
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Looking at the clock is fine but you need to walk around to look at other things. You have to enter the fortress to get in. You have a grand view of the Danube and Novi Sad.
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Sizeable park not far from city centre. It's ok,. But nothing notable in the grounds. Nice shaded areas, wouldn't go out of my way though.
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We went to the beach in the summer during the exit festival. Tips:
1. There's very little healthy food available so if you want some bring a picnic.
2. Don't buy water from bars with fridges without price displays - they will try and rip you off. The crepe stand has the cheapest one litre bottle at 60p (100 rsd)
3. Turn right and walk further down under the bridge and beyond if you want peace and quiet away from the bars with loud music.
4. Entry is 50 rsd and it helps if you have the correct money.
5. Taxi fare from the beach to city centre is about 200 - 250 rsd on average
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This architecturally attractive building was built at the turn of the century, when Novi Sad had a thriving Jewish community under the Austro-Hungarian rule. Nowadays Novi Sad has a very small Jewish community, so the building is used primarily as a concert venue. It is possible to visit for a small fee, and there's a small exhibit about the history of the Synagogue and the Jewish community.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
One of Serbia's national parks. This is by far the most attractive piece of nature in the Vojvodina. Great hills in the middle of the Pannonian Plane. Lots of walking trails, 15 hidden monasteries, some nice restaurants and great views. Within one hour drive from Beograd and less than 30 minutes from Novi Sad.
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