Viewed from above, the City of Novi Sad is revealed to be a city built atop a vast plain that stretches in all directions. It is the second largest Serbian city and the capital of the Vojvodina province. It is the cultural center of Vojvodina, as evidenced by the fact that it is home to the University of Novi Sad, dating back to 1960, and a number of other cultural institutions of great importance such as Matica srpska (with its own library and art gallery), the Vojvodina Academy of Sciences and Arts, the Museum of Vojvodina and the Novi Sad City Museum.
After breakfast trip to Virpazar which includes going to the Skadar Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans and the National Park. Board a boat and sail the lake. Have lunch with three kinds of fish. In the afternoon we…Book now