Depart from Belgrade at 9 am and proceed to picturesque Fruka Gora, which represents a natural reserve and a sacred area that hosts 17 functioning monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Fruka Gora was a shelter for Serbian people during the Ottoman rule over Serbia, preserving heritage and historical legacy of the nation.
The tour will then continue in Sremski Karlovci which is located at the bottom of Fruka Gora and presents a real gem of Serbian culture and spirituality. It's a real 'museum town' featuring sites such as a Baroque city center, Patriarchy, Cathedral of Saint Nicolas and Catholic Church of Saint Trinity, also the first Serbian gymnasium built in 1881, and the Library of Karlovac gymnasium.
It's also famous for wine production and the annual festival 'Wineball'. Next, visit one of the traditional wineries and try locally produced wine made of traditional sorts of grape!
The next stop is Petrovaradin, where the Fortress is located. It was built of medieval fortification foundation by Austrians in the 17th and 18th century in order to defend themselves from Turks. The Fortress is sometimes called 'Danube's Gibraltar' for its strategic position. Nowadays the Fortress is famous for one of the most prestigious music festivals EXIT.
Then proceed to the left bank of Novi Sad, capital of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. A melting pot of different nations and ethnic groups, Novi Sad with its 250,000 population is a real multicultural ambient and an example of a truly modern European metropolis.
Tour in Novi Sad is a walking tour in the center of the city. See Dunavska and Zmaj Jovina Street that compose city's pedestrian zone, the City Hall, Catholic Church, old city center, house of Albert Einstein's wife Mileva, cultural foundation Matica Srpska, Synagogue and city beach trand.
After the sightseeing, seize the free time in the city and try local cuisine in a traditional Vojvodina restaurant (optional).
After discovering Novi Sad, you will be driven back to Belgrade.