Atelier 61, founded in 1961 as an Institution for making tapestries, represent a unique cultural institution in relation to all museum and gallery institutions in the Western Balkans.
When acquaintances from abroad come to visit, I usually take them to the Museum of Vojvodina. The common deeds of the population of Vojvodina to contribute to the history of Europe are kept here.
Beautiful landscapes blended with warm shades of yellow and red are an opportunity to visit picnic areas of Fruška gora. Our suggestion for this weekend is Letenka.
The Museum of Vojvodina, beside the Museum of Accession in 1918, has another new permanent exhibition, and that is the Medical Museum Collection - Pasteur's Institute.
The New Hopovo Monastery conquers with its beauty. For many art historians, the monastery complex has exceptional value because its builders managed to unite medieval Serbian architecture, Vlachs, and even Islamic influences into a harmonious whole.
With its charming architecture, fascinating history, colorful culture and numerous cafes and restaurants, Novi Sad, together with its surroundings, is a place where everyone can be completely relaxed and feel welcomed.
Lonely Planet brought the city a flattering title of the third destination in the world for the year 2019; actually, there is nothing unusual about it, because Novi Sad keeps attracting tourists by its urban heritage, a mixture of cultures, a pleasant atmosphere and a large number of events.
Passages and Other Hidden Places The center of the City is adorned by the Austrian-Hungarian architecture of the second half of the 19th century, but what it is unique for are the narrow passages hiding shops, cafés, craftsmen’s workshops… Pay a short visit to some of them and feel at the same time the [...]
As soon as you cross the city bridges in the north, you find yourself in the Futog and Begeč districts, the farms and czardas alongside the Danube River. The Gothic towers of the Catholic Church, visible from far away, unmistakenly lead you towards Futog, a lively settlement older than Novi Sad.
By mapping and, from the tourism point of view, valorizing the spaces in which the notable women of Novi Sad used to live and work, Novi Sad found itself among the first European cities to have interpreted the gender aspect of cultural heritage in its own characteristic manner.