Vojvodina Private Tour

Kid Friendly in Novi Sad

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Vojvodina Tour is a perfect city break and a fantastic addition to all tourists who come to Serbia for the first time and want to explore the history of this country. Vojvodina depicts the life of Serbs in a completely different way than Belgrade and you have the impression that you are in another country and that you have been stuck in an old time. Vojvodina has its own rules that do not apply to any other part of Serbia, its specificity, openness, and enjoyment that only the Vojvodina's people can bring. It is the most important historical tour of North Serbia.Languages offered: English, Greek, Turkish, Russian, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Polish, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish.Choose among 16 different languages and enjoy Vojvodina with all your senses!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Petrovaradin Fortress, Petrovaradin, Novi Sad, Vojvodina Petrovaradin Fortress is the second largest in Europe and it has a big historical significance. It was built for 88 years by remarkable names of the Austrian army's military architecture as almost indelible. Some archaeological research shows that certain forms of human settlements on the "Petrovaradin fortress" existed even before the unbelievable 15 or even 19 millenniums! Below this area of ​​112 hectares is a tunnel network, or "catacombs", including underground military gallery, in a total length of about 20 kilometers, which is an interesting attraction for many explorers, tourists, and casual visitors. The underground mining system was one of the largest in the European fortifications.The fortress combines old and new, traditional and modern and it has a spectacular view on Petrovaradin and Novi Sad.Duration: 1 hourStop At: The Synagogue, Novi Sad, VojvodinaNovi Sad is Serbia's second largest city and the important industrial and financial center, but also known for cultural diversity and rich history. Liberty Square is the largest central city square. In the middle of the square lays the monument of Svetozar Miletic cast in bronze and 7 m high. On the west side of the square is the Town Hall built in Neo-Renaissance style, and on the opposite side of the square is a tall Catholic church “Name of Mary” built in neogothic style. In the center of the city is The synagogue, a beautiful building with unique architecture. Every tourist should certainly make a photo in front and take the picture as a souvenir. Dunavska Street is probably the oldest street in Novi Sad. It consists of three parts: Zmaj Jovina street, the Danube Park and the Museum of Vojvodina...Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Sremski Karlovci, Sremski Karlovci, VojvodinaSremski Karlovci is a vibrant town on the slopes of Fruška Gora, near Novi Sad. This open-air museum is famous for unique dessert wines that were favored by the court even in the 1700s. Karlovci has entered the pages of European history in 1699 when the treaty was signed thus ending the Great war between Austria and Turkey. On that spot, a century later, Karlovci’s Catholics have built the Lady of Peace chapel which stands proudly today, making it a popular touristic attraction.Apart from being the spiritual center, full of churches, museums, monuments, Karlovci has been a city well ahead of its time and a meeting point of cultural elites and poets. The first gymnasium ever to be founded in Serbia had been right there, in the city center. There is a legend which claims that whoever drinks from the Four Lions fountain located in the city center will surely visit Karlovci again.Duration: 2 hours

What’s included

  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • WiFi on board
  • Professional guide
  • Alcoholic Beverages - Wine tasting
  • Entry/Admission - Petrovaradin Fortress
  • Entry/Admission - The Synagogue
  • Entry/Admission - Sremski Karlovci

What’s not included

  • Lunch - Traditional Serbian lunch, vegan or other on request
  • Souvenirs
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