The most beautiful drops of Italian Riesling and Rose of Ledinci come from the vineyards of Antonijevic family in Ledinci.
As in everybody’s case, Novi Sad, as our hometown, is the most beautiful city to us.
On the map, made by Gerhard Mercator in the 16th century, in the place of today’s Novi Sad, there was a settlement called Bistriz. In its journal about traveling down the Danube river, Hans Christian Andersen mentions Novi Sad as the “water city”.
Novi Sad “sprouted” on the fertile ground, along the bridgehead across the fortress, some three hundred years ago. On 1st February 1748, the Austro-Hungarian Empress Maria Theresa awarded Novi Sad with the status of a royal town. It was then that Novi Sad was called by its today’s name. In that time, no man from the Fruška Gora could marry if he hadn’t planted a new seedling (Serb. seedling=sad, new=novi).
The city area covers some 130 square kilometers and has 235.000 inhabitants. The first ferry (raft), which connected Novi Sad and Petrovaradin, was put in the place in 1213 and the last one in 1999. Novi Sad is quite sensitive to its bridges. 134 pontoon bridges have been constructed from the 1720s until the 1920s. The history of these bridges is another story, a story so special that sometimes Novi Sad was called “the town where the river runs above the bridges”.
TOURISM ORGANISATION OF THE CITY OF NOVI SAD
Address: Trg Slobode 3 (Apolo center), Novi Sad
Phone: +381 (0)21 66 18 383, +381 (0)21 66 18 390
TOURIST INFO CENTER “JEVREJSKA”
Mon – Fri 7:30 – 17:00
Saturday 09:00 – 14:00
+381(0)21 66 17 343
TOURIST INFO CENTER “BULEVAR”
Bul. Mihajla Pupina 9
Mon – Fri 7:30 – 17:00
+381(0)21 421 811
Luxurious apartment of 75 m2 placed in a quiet building in the center of Novi Sad, on less than a minutes walk from the Liberty Square and the Cathedral. The price includes breakfast. It is possible to provide transfer to and from the airport with an additional fee. Nearby there is a shop, a shopping…
‘Sokače “is a place that will move you into slightly forgotten time, in Serbia of the twenties of the last century. Taverns at that time were the places in which people were born, lived and died, and everything was happening in and around them. “Sokače” is a continuation of the tradition of one family from…
Serbian national restaurant “Zal za mladost” (Grief over Youth) was opened in 1995 and it represents the time from the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. The collection of the Serbian folk costumes and hand-made objects, which the visitors can see in the restaurant, illustrates in the most beautiful way Serbian…