|Tour duration:||3,5 hours|
This sightseeing tour of Novi Sad and the Petrovaradin Fortress will be taken by bus and on foot. During the tour we will see the Liberty Square, surrounded by the Name of Mary Church, City Hall and the main pedestrian area of Novi Sad – Zmaj Jovina Street, Patriarch’s Palace, the Orthodox Church, the Dunavska Street and Dunavski Park. We will cross over one of the bridges in the city by bus, to get to Petrovaradin Fortress. It is also known as “The Gibraltar of the Danube”, one of the best preserved and the second largest fortification in Europe. This is one of the many fortresses on the Danube, where numerous galleries and artists’ studios can be seen.
After the tour, during the free time, you will be able to visit some of the museums of the city. Novi Sad City Museum, Museum of Vojvodina, some of the galleries (Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection, Gallery of Matica Srpska …)
- Licensed English speaking guide (or other language speaking on request)
- Transfer by bus according to the program
- Optional visit to 3 galleries or lunch at the fortress
*Total price depends of the number of persons in the group (the size of the bus/van/car)
*Notes: Coaches are not allowed to drive up to the Petrovaradin Fortress. Passengers will have to walk approx 30 minutes one way. Shoulders and legs should be covered when entering religious buildings. Strenuous walking included.
Option I: On this 3,5h tour, add lunch on Petrovaradin Fortress with beautiful view on Danube River and try Vojvodina’s traditional specialties.
Duration of the lunch: 1 hour.
Price per person: 3 course menu – 15 EUR per person
Option II: Visit Square Gallery where are located three major galleries in the town of Novi Sad. Here you can visit PavleBeljanski Memorial Collection, Gallery of Matica Serbian and Gallery of fine art – gift collection of Rajko Mamuzić
Duration: 1 hour
Price per person: entrance ticket to all three galleries – 12 EUR
Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection is a home to many anthological artworks of modern Serbian art from the first half of the 20th century.
Mondays and Tuesdays: closed
Gallery of Matica Srpska is the oldest cultural, literary and scientific institution of Serbian people.
Tuesday – Friday: 10-18h
Friday: 12-20h (free entrance)
Sundays and Mondays: open just for group visits
*Working hours of the Gallery of fine arts – gift collection of Rajko Mamuzić:
09-17h accept Mondays and Tuesdays