The cultural capital of Vojvodina or Serbian Athens, as its citizens used to call it in the past, Novi Sad is a little, big city. Even though it's relatively small, Novi Sad is tremendously charming, perhaps much because of this blend of traditional and modern ways that have coexisted in this city for a long time. It is also one of the reasons why many visitors come to get to know it better, have fun and sometimes stay for good.
Novi Sad is the city of theatres, museums, galleries, interesting cafés, unusual restaurants, little parks, business centres and the Fair which annually holds around 30 international exhibitions.
The most famous locations in Novi Sad are Dunavska, Zmaj Jovina and Laze Teleckog street, the Petrovaradin Fortress, Strand - the most beautiful beach on the Danube, and the famous quay, favorite walking and running path of local residents...
Cultural and historic sightsThe City Hall, the Bishop's Palace, monument to poet Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj, the Orthodox Cathedral dedicated to St. George, Catholic churchyard, the Petrovaradin fortress, monument to Svetozar Miletic (former Mayor of Novi Sad, writer and politician), the Banovina white house, the Square of newlyweds, the Endowment of Orthodox Bishop Platon.
Events EXIT - International Music Festival, NOMUS - Music Festival, Sterijino pozorje - Theatre Festival, Novosadski Jazz festival - Novi Sad Jazz Festival, Zmajeve decje igre - Children's Theatre Festival, Medjunarodni festival Ulicnih Sviraca - International Street Musicians' Festival, Cinema City - International film and new media festival
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