Najlon, typical East European weekend flea market where everyone can enjoy shopping and the instant gratification of consumerism, with a twist. Here you can find the consumer goods from Otoman, Austro-Hungarian, communist era, army surplus, second hand merchandise from Western Europe from 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, and cream de la cream of Chinese fashion. Don’t forget to check out the authentic Balkan Street Food - if you dare Petrovaradin fortress Impressive military fortification which took 100 years to be built. It is one of the main reasons why Europe hasn’t been conquered by Turks. Overlooking Danube and Novi Sad, it is a home to many art galleries and studios. Sremski Karlovci Once a refuge to the Christians from the Balkans, it stands as a testimony of political, cultural and strategic turmoil of the Eastern Question and clash of civilizations on the gateway to Central Europe. Very charming baroque, slow pace town with authentique tavernas and restaurants. It is also a wine capital of Serbia. Krusedol Monastery If you never been to an Orthodox church or don’t understand the orthodox christianity, maybe is a good idea to visit one of their monasteries and learn more about it.
I have been traveling the World for the last 20 years, married to a Thai artist, work as a marketing manager, my hobby is boat building and proud father a 8 year old girl. As a person who traveled a lot and as someone who lives with a foreigner in my home town - I think that I have a good idea what could be very interesting for tourists to see in Novi Sad with a fresh and interesting choice of topics and unbeaten path for big mainstream tours.
Air conditioned comfortable station wagon
Najlon - flea market Petrovaradin fortress Sremski Karlovci - 15 km from Novi Sad Krusedol Monastery - 30 km from Novi Sad
Saturday full day expedition