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Novi Sad - Neu Satz - Neoplanta

Novi Sad is situated in the southern part of the spacious Pannonian plain by the river Danube in the region of Backa, 75 km southwest from Novi Sad is Belgrade, the capital and the largest town in Serbia, and 110 km to the north are Subotica and the border crossings to Hungary. ... Full story

Fruska Gora Mountain

The most popular one day tourist destination from Belgrade is a visit to the Fruska Gora Mountain, protected by the National Park of Nature. Fruska Gora Mountain has also been called The third Saint Mount because of its 17 monasteries. The fame of the wines of the Fruska Gora goes far back to the period of the Habsburg Monarchy. ... Full story

Sremski Karlovci Town

Sremski Karlovci is a small town by the Danube River and on the northern base of the Fruska Gora Mountain. It is only 12 km away from Novi Sad and about one hour drive from Belgrade. Many important events in the history of the Serbs and Europeans took place here. ... Full story

Palic lake

The Palic area offers a lot to the visitors including coach rides, sailing, a large ZOO, botanical gardens, art exhibition of the works of the naive artists, tennis courts, fitness center which is open throughout the season. You can also go for a visit to a prosperous farmstead which includes an organized lunch or to an ostrich or horse farm. ... Full story

Sombor town

Sombor is an old plain town, known for beautiful parks and rich greenery. Sombor is also the place of rich culture, political history and important sports tradition. The tourist attractions of Sombor are very rich fishing waters of the river Danube and its backwaters, as well as the best hunting grounds in forests from Bezdan to Apatin. ... Full story

Irig town

Irig is situated in Srem, more precisely in its central part, 20 km from Novi Sad to the south. The major road Novi Sad - Irig - Ruma that is directly connected with the international road of the first degree E-70 goes through the central part of the community. ... Full story

Bela Crkva town

Bela Crkva, 96 km from Belgrade, is a little town in the south of Banat. With its beautiful countryside, old and picturesque facades and streets, parks and lakes, it is a genuine oasis for tourists. Being far from the hustle and bustle of big cities and speed of modern life, Bela Crkva offers its visitors refreshment, leisure and enjoyable holidays. ... Full story

Vršac town

The municipality of Vrsac is situated in the southeast of Banat, towards the Romanian border. Motorways and railroads that make the closest connection between Belgrade and Timisoara go through Vrsac. Besides, the road Vrsac - Kovin – Smederevo - or the highway E- 75 is also important. ... Full story

Pancevo town

Pancevo is situated in the southwest of Banat, in the river basin of Danube, Tamis and Nadela. The mostly used road is Pancevo - Vrsac - Romanian border (E-94) that represents a part of the E-5 motorway (Budapest - Belgrade) and the E-70 motorway (Munich - Zagreb – Belgrade). ... Full story

Kikinda town

Kikinda is situated in the northeast of Banat, not far from the Romanian border. The most important roads are Zrenjanin - Kikinda - Senta (M-24), then Novi Becej - Kikinda - Nakovo - Romanian border. ... Full story

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