1. Beauty and Culture
Novi Sad is one of the most beautiful cities of the Balkans. Crossed by the Danube River, this city has a good cultural and historic patrimony. Petrovaradin Fortress, Dunavska Street, The Name of Mary Church or Svetozar Miletic Square are places you can’t miss. Also, for the lovers of history and art, there are many interesting museums such as Novi Sad City Museum or Museum of Vojdovina. The city is very influenced by the Austro-Hungarian Empire, so Novi Sad can be considered a singular mix of cultures.
No matter in which day of the week you are , if you have a walk through the main streets of Novi Sad you will find tons of people having a walk, sitting in restaurants and bars or having fun in the numerous cafes and pubs. Also, for those ones who just want to have a beer in the streets with good landscapes, the West side of the Danube is full of young people hanging out until very late hours of the night.
As you can check in our last articles (link of prices in Novi Sad article), the low prices are one of the strengths of Novi Sad. For those who come from most of European countries, having dinner or a drink in this city is considerably cheaper than in their countries so they can hang out as much as they want, without being so worried about the bill! That’s a great feeling, isn’t it?
4. Sun and Beach
Summer in Novi Sad is very warm, but this won’t be a problem for those who need to refresh. Although Serbia has no coast, in Novi Sad there is a beach where you can have a nice bath in the Danube, close to many restaurants, sport courts and places of entertainment for the kids. It’s real!
Serbians are known to be very kind with the tourists. They love to meet different cultures and don’t be surprised if many of them know how to tell something in your local language! It is common for them to watch series or movies in their original language. For example, thanks to the ‘’Telenovelas’’ many of them understand quite a lot of Spanish!