Welcome to Fruška Gora National Park

Almost 100 million years ago, Fruška Gora was an island in the Pannonian Sea; its highest peak is Crveni Čot (539m). Today its forests make for pleasant hikes and off-road bike rides. The region is dotted with photogenic villages – none more so than baroque-style Sremski Karlovci, the gateway to the park.

Top experiences in Fruška Gora National Park

Fruška Gora National Park activities

$79.92 Day Trips & Excursions

Belgrade to Novi Sad, Petrovaradin and Krusedol Full-Day Tour

Discover Vojvodina province near Belgrade! You will visit first Krusedol Monastery from 15th century, the biggest and most important monastery in Vojvodina region, located in Fruska Gora national park. Folows visit to Sremski Karlovci Town, which represent the place of preservation of Serbian culture in the 18th and 19th century, with tasting in wine cellar. You will try 6 types of wine, including  special type - Bermet wine which was found on Titanic wine map and it is only produced in Sremski Karlovci in whole world! After a short drive you will visit City of Novi Sad, located on Danube River bank with beautiful Petrovaradin Fortress, second biggest fortress in Europe. Short sightseeing and optional lunch in restaurant by the river, bellow the fortress. The tour is done in nice cars (mostly new Mercedes cars or Alfa Romeo). You will picked up from your address and dropped off on the same location.

$74.21 Private & Custom Tours

Novi Sad and Sremski Karlovci private tour

On this tour we usually start at 9 am and, after one hour driving, we start with a city centre walking tour and the story of the amazing history of Novi Sad, multiculturalism and 'easy going' life style. Old buildings, streets and parks are just a part of the scenes that you are going to see and hear about. After approximately 1.5 hours of city centre walking tour, you will visit the pearl of the European fortresses - Petrovaradin, that was one of the most important bordering fortress in the whole of the Austro-Hungarian empire. An underground tunnel complex tells the story of the invincibility of the fortress and definitely is the highlight of the tour. Visit to these tunnels lasts for half an hour. Optional coffee/tea break follows at one of the fortress restaurants with an amazing view of the Novi Sad city, bridges and Danube river.Just 15 minutes’ drive from Novi Sad, your next destination is a charming baroque little city of Sremski Karlovci which lies at the foot of Fruska Gora National Park where you will have lunch break and taste some Serbian food specialities and wines from the Fruska Gora region. Then a relaxing drive back to Belgrade where our guide will drop you off at around 5 pm.

Fruška Gora National Park in detail