Green Novi Sad

The photographs captured by tourists are the most attractive images of a certain city. However, we do not base our impressions only on things that we can see but on other senses as well. Being kind and relaxed by nature Novi Sad is one of such cities, sometimes even more beautiful than Instagram and Facebook photographs. It is a city intended for many senses. For example, during sunny days and summer heats you can relax your body and calm your thoughts with green landscapes of Novi Sad parks or explore the protected areas at the city outskirts. We recommend to visitors of Novi Sad that are true nature lovers to make a tour of Natural History Collection of the Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province.

You can get all information you need on natural heritage of Novi Sad and Vojvodina (National Park Fruška Gora, special nature reservations, nature parks, natural monuments, landscapes of extraordinary features) by visiting the website of the Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province.

Dunavski (Danube) Park

Dunavski (Danube) Park relies partly on Dunavska Street after which it was named. Dunavski Park is the monument of nature and protected natural resort today. The park houses the busts of the poets Branko Radičević, and Miroslav Antić, and a...
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Futoški park

Futoški Park positioned in the wider city centre represents a green garden of Novi Sad that has somehow managed to remain hidden in between two noisy streets: Hajduk Veljkova and Futoška Street. Futoški Park is almost cryptographically separated from its...
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Kamenički (Kamenica) park

Kamenički Park is the biggest and the oldest park of Novi Sad. It has spawned around the Marczibányi Karáscony Castle whose contemporary outlook dates back to 1836. The park is dominated by forests among which are the most present domestic...
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Limanski (Liman) Park

Limanski Park is a city park conceived in a modern manner that fully suits the needs of the inhabitants of new city districts that descend towards the Danube. The central promenade, children playgrounds, skate park and space for dogs are...
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NP Fruška Gora

Fruška Gora, today a mountain and in the past an island in the middle of the sea, stretches along the southern edge of the Pannonian Basin, in the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, and represents a unique spatial,...
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