Walking routes

The Tourist Organisation of Novi Sad recommends one of the offered routes in the Map of Walking Tours to visitors of Novi Sad who wish to design their sightseeing tour of Novi Sad themselves. You can choose the Blue or Red Route that includes the central zone on the Bačka side of the City or the Yellow Route that leads you to Petrovaradin Fortress. However, you can also choose some other option that matches your feeling for nice and interesting. Explore Novi Sad!

Gradska kuća

It was built in 1894, in Neo-Renaissance style according to the project by György Molnar. The exterior decoration (allegorical figures) is the work of Julius Anika.

Monument of Svetozar Miletić

It is dedicated to the most significant Serbian politician in Vojvodina in the 19th century is the work of the sculptor Ivan Meštrović from 1939.

Hotel "Vojvodina"

The oldest hotel in Novi Sad that was built in 1854. The Hungarian writer Lajos Zilahy (1891-1974) lived in it for some time during his exile.

Roman Catholic Parish Church of "The Name of Mary"

It was built in Neo-Gothic style according to the project by György Molnar in the period from 1893 to 1895. The church tower is 73 meters high, which makes it the highest sacral building in the city.

Cultural Centre of Novi Sad (CCNS)

With the tradition that is more than a half century long it represents one of the most significant cultural institutions of interdisciplinary character in the city.

Building of the Roman Catholic Parish Office (Plebanija)

Built in 1808 in a baroque-classicistic style according to the project by Georg Efinger.

Laze Telečkog Street

Recently it has become the brand of Novi Sad when we talk about night life. The street where everyone will find a corner according to his or her measure, with a relaxed atmosphere and excellent entertainment.

Grčkoškolska (Greek School) Street

The street was named after the Greek school that was founded in 1770. The house on the corner of Grčkoškolska and Pašićeva Street – "At the Icon’s" is the birth house of Marija Trandafil (1816-1883), the greatest benefactor among the Serbs.

Serbian Orthodox Church of St. George (Parish church)

This is the most important and the largest Orthodox church in Novi Sad that was built in the period from 1734 to 1740 and restored in 1853 according to the idea of Budapest architect Gustav Saiba.

Grammar School "Jovan Jovanović Zmaj"

A neo-Renaissance building of the Serbian Orthodox Grammar School, currently the Grammar School Jovan Jovanović Zmaj was built in 1900 in the spirit of eclecticism. The works were carried out according to the design by Vladimir Nikolić and financed by Miloš Bajić.

Matica Srpska

Matica Srpska is the oldest and most respectable scientific institution among the Serbs. It was founded in 1826 in Pest, and moved to Novi Sad in 1864.

Serbian Orthodox Church of Relocation of the Relics of St. Nicholas

The oldest Orthodox church in Novi Sad was built in 1730. The sons of Mileva and Albert Einstein were baptised in it in 1913.

Serbian Orthodox Church of Three Holy Hierarchs (locally known as Almaška)

It was built in classicistic style in the period from 1797 to 1808 at the site of an older church. Arsenije Teodorović painted the iconostasis and painting at the nave arch while the Ukrainian painter Andrei Schaltist painted the altar space.

Cultural Station "Svilara"

At the site of today's Cultural Station "Svilara" in the Almaš neighbourhood, there used to be a plant for silk dyeing. Silk manufacture in Novi Sad began at the end of the 18th century, and ended in the 1970s. Only the old chimney keeps the memory of the times when Svilara was the driving engine of economic development of this area.

Slovak Evangelical Church A.V.

It was built in 1886 in the style of classicism.

Greek Catholic Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul

The church was built in 1820 in classicistic-baroque style. Arsenije Teodorović and Ivan Ivanić made a highly valuable iconostasis.

Újvidéki Színház (Novi Sad Theatre)

It was founded in 1974 with the aim to preserve the culture of Vojvodina Hungarians.

The Church of Assumption of the Holy Mother of God – The Assumption Church

A one-nave baroque building dating back to 1776. It represents the best the Serbian painting by the end of the 18th century.

Reform Christian Church

It was built in 1865 in neo-Gothic style with the elements of classicism.

Novi Sad Synagogue

Along the buildings of the former Jewish School and Jewish Community Centre, it represents a unique complex that was built in 1909 in the Hungarian Secession style, designed by Lipot Baumhorn.