The wider city area of Novi Sad relies partly on the National Park Fruška Gora with its picnic sites, preserved eco-systems and complex of Serbian Orthodox monasteries.
The immediate vicinity of Novi Sad is filled with numerous “salaš” farmsteads, rural and wine areas, which all together contribute to the fact that Novi Sad area disposes with
unsurpassable variety of amenities.
The visitors can feel themselves free to venture outin the direction of one of four picnic routes: Čenej route extending further on towards Fruška Gora route, route around Futog and its surroundings and lastly route around Kovilj and its surroundings. No matter what your choice will be you may use the benefits
of local public transport or rent-a-car services, bearing in mind that it will take you one day to complete each of the above-mentioned routes.
Info: Local public transport buses depart from Inter-municipal Bus Station in Novi Sad, Bulevar Jaše Tomić no. 6. Bus lines: Begeč (56), Budisava (23), Čenej (35), Futog (53), Kovilj (24), Sremska Kamenica (71,72), Sremski Karlovci (61,62), Serbian Orthodox Monastery Rakovac (Stari Rakovac 77), Serbian Orthodox Monastery Beočin (Beočin Selo 78) and Stari Ledinci (76B). Info: www.gspns.co.rs