Novi Sad sits at the crossing of important roads, and due to frequent migrations during its troubled past, many nationalities, cultures and religions mixed in. The real treasure of the city lies in this cultural, ethnic and religious diversity.
It lies on bank of the Danube river. During the summer months, people pack the Strand, one of the Danube’s finest beaches, and a series of street festivals and other events keep the good vibes going well into the autumn.

To most foreigners, Serbia’s second largest city of Novi Sad is synonymous with one thing and one thing only, the annual Exit Festival. While Exit is undoubtedly one of Europe’s best music events – both in terms of the level and diversity of the artists it attracts, as well as its truly unique venue at Petrovaradin Fortress. The city and surrounding area have more to offer than arguably anywhere else in Serbia or even the wider region.

Nearby Fruska Gora mountain with splendid open air activities, charming little town of Sremski Karlovci with historically significant sites and buildings, numerous farmhouses serving tasty domestic products and endless plains of vineyards make the great visiting package.



Subotica is situated in the north of Vojvodina province. Rich cultural heritage assets, lavishly decorated buildings, multicultural spirit and European charm – these are the


Serbian cuisine, tasty and provocative, finds its place among the most desirable menus in the world. One gets easily hooked on Serbian traditional hospitality and generous


The vast majority of Serbia’s territory is dominated by mountains, from the Pannonian hills in the north all the way to the borders with Montenegro,