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On our guaranteed daily tours you will learn something new, have fun and create new memories, all you have to do is choose a day! Take a look at the itinerary and sign up for the tour that you would like to attend!

The program:

Group meeting at 10 am on the Freedom Square, near the monument to Svetozar Miletić and introduction to the history of the old town, the City Hall, the Church of the Name of Mary and the Hotel Vojvodina. Freedom Square is the place of many cultural and sporting events, such as Youth Fair, New Year's Eve, 3x3 sports tournament. An easy walk next to the Serbian National Theater towards the Matica Srpska gallery. The gallery is located on the Gallery Square, it is related to the history of Matica Srpska, the most important cultural institution among Serbs, and Sava Tekelija, a great benefactor who bequeathed the entire property of Matica Srpska. After a group tour of the gallery, walk towards the Quay. Arrival at the Monument to the Victims of the Raid, which was erected in memory of the "January raid" in 1941, where more than a thousand Serbs, Jews and Roma died. At that place in 1971, a 4m high bronze composition called "Family" was erected, the work of sculptor Jovan Soldatović. The entire length of the Quay offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Petrovaradin Fortress, one of the largest in Europe and a symbol of Novi Sad. It is known to most tourists because of the widely popular EXIT music festival, which has been held at the fortress for 20 years. An easy walk from the Quay to the Danube Park, an oasis of peace and inspiration for many artists who have visited Novi Sad. Over 250 plant species can be seen in the park and for that reason it is under the protection of the Republic Institute for Nature Protection.

Visit to the Museum of Vojvodina, where traces of material and spiritual culture from the area of Vojvodina, from the Paleolithic to the 20th century, are preserved and presented through the archeological, historical and ethnographic collection. A tour of the "Museum of Accession 1918", which has national significance as a meeting place with our suffering but also heroic past. The museum consists of two thematic units, both collection’s that can be visited. An easy walk through Dunavska Street to the monument to our celebrated children's writer and poet, Jovan Jovanović Zmaj, and the story of his life and creation. Introduction to the history of the Bishop's Palace and the Orthodox Church of Saint George. A walk from the monument through Zmaj Jovina Street, the main pedestrian zone in the city center. The street is full of cafes and restaurants where can be heard all the world's languages. Most of the buildings along the street look like they were from the construction period, which further evokes the spirit of living in Novi Sad in previous decades. Arrival to Freedom Square, the starting point of our trip and the end of the tour around 2 pm.

Tours are in Serbian and English languages.