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What to see in Novi Sad
For three centuries already, namely as long as it has been existing under the names of Novi Sad /Újvidék/ Neusatz, the city has been the space of diverse and rich cultural heritage of many nations living in it. Material and intangible cultural heritage that has been created during the past centuries is the basis serving as the foundation of an interactive network of scientific and institutions of culture, which makes Novi Sad of today the space of active meeting of cultures and diverse identities.
Its urban core is characterized by baroque, neo-renaissance, classicistic, and Bauhaus buildings, as well as numerous religious buildings.
Each visitor is free to create his or her own experience based on their internal feelings for beautiful and pleasant, attractive and joyful, useful and affordable by getting to know different layers of the past and present of Novi Sad. Novi Sad, as the city on the Danube, the city of European history and tradition as well as Balkans endemic hospitality is an experience that you have been missing.
Spring in Novi Sad
Novi Sad is a natural home to spring. If it is true that “nomen (est) omen” the spring is right since it is welcomed most festively and preserved in the city with the name of Neoplanta (Neusatz, Нови Сад, Újvidek). Nevertheless, mimosas from the surroundings of Herceg Novi are the first heralds of spring since they introduce a passionate yellow colour in February already into the blue shades of the city’s landmarks that are still chained with winter and “košava”.
It seems as if that spring introduces slowly the serenity with its pure yellow flower bunches as in a good advertisement announcing the dashes of sunny days in the near future,. And when the announcement becomes the reality Novi Sad parks and markets are the first places that come to life. Dunavski (Danube), Futoški, Limanski and Kamenica Park become in spring the desirable places for meetings, relaxation, entertainment, recreation and enjoyment in the shade of nettle, plane, bald cypress, Turkish filbert, red plum, swamp cypress, Austrian and Scots pine trees…
Accommodation in Novi Sad
Novi Sad can boast with a varied offer of accommodation facilities that meet the needs of tourists of different affinities. As the administrative centre of Vojvodina, Novi Sad has developed into a congress tourism destination, which has a large number of modernly equipped congress halls.
“Novi Sad is elegant and easygoing.”
– Lonely Planet
After a lot of enjoyment, easy walk, and relaxation Novi Sad will return with its magic of diversity. The city radiates multiculturalism, rich gastronomy, festival energy and visible heritage at each step.
Shopping in Novi Sad
Good shopping in Novi Sad means sheer pleasure as it is the case with many other larger cities that have to offer a variety of places for shopping. The city green markets offer fresh produces of domestic agricultural manufacturers. The picturesque and interesting offer of souvenirs can be found in many passages and main streets of the city, as well as in some better supplied book stores and retail stores.
Tourist info centres
We are here to reply to all your questions regarding tourist offer of the Novi Sad area. Tourists may get tourist-information material and information necessary for a pleasant stay in Novi Sad.
Tourist Information Centre Jevrejska 10
Opening hours on working days from 7:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
From 09:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m. on Saturdays
+381(0)21 66 17 343
Tourist Information Centre Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 9
On working days from 7:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
+381(0)21 421 811