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.
Take a tour of museums and galleries of Novi Sad: Gallery of Matica Srpska, Novi Sad City Museum, Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection, Museum of Vojvodina, Synagogue and Provincial Institute for Nature Protection.