They say that without visiting Novi Sad, you have not seen Serbia. And the city is also called the most beautiful in the country - in any case, both statements are worth checking. To the accompaniment of stories and legends, you will see interesting and significant city buildings. And also visit the impregnable fortress, be enchanted by the landscapes of Vojvodina and visit the most popular monastery in the country. Young Novi Sad A city of students and theatres, of different cultures and faiths, Novi Sad has absorbed diverse features, but managed to maintain the spirit of unity and became the European Capital of Culture 2021! You will walk along Freedom Square, go to the Cathedral of St. Mary, where you can see colorful stained glass windows and a carved Tyrolean wood altar. Walking along the Zmaj Jovina pedestrian street, appreciate the most beautiful buildings in Novi Sad. And I will tell stories about the emergence of the city, as well as share interesting facts from its modern life. Fortress Petrovaradin The fortress, which was built for almost 100 years, and which no one was able to conquer: 112 hectares of area and 16 km of underground tunnels. You will explore its territory and learn how the construction of the fortress is connected with the emergence of Novi Sad. Here, walking along its upper part, marvel at the power of the fortress walls, and the panorama of the city and the landscape of the Danube will be a delightful addition to the historical part of the walk. Lovely Sremski Karlovtsy We will visit several wineries of this city. You will taste the unique wine that was on the Titanic's wine list and try to discover its secret. Find out who in the 17th century divided the whole of Europe between east and west here, and how this changed the landscape of the whole region. You will see the house where Baron Wrangel lived and which became the headquarters of the White Guard movement. You will also hug the oldest plane tree in Europe and admire the largest Serbian Orthodox church of the 18th century. Monastery Fruška Gora The holy mountain of Serbia, in the monasteries of which, during the Ottoman yoke, writing, culture and faith were preserved. Here, Russian nuns, having fled from the revolution, revived female monasticism. And the shrine of Nova Hopovo, which you will see, was visited by the king of Serbia - Alexander I. I will share the past of the reserved area and lead you to the most visited monastery in Serbia. And a nice bonus will be lunch in a picturesque winery with a tasting of traditional Serbian dishes in a modern way.