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Sightseeing by walk - Novi Sad, 2 hours

City Hall at night City Hall at night

Take a walking tour through the center of Novi Sad, city known as the Serbian Athens. See the National Theater and hear a story about it, as it was the center of Serbian culture during the Austro - Hungarian rule. Main City Square where many concerts and events are held such as New Years Eve, Vine Fair, Books Fair and many more.

City Hall, Catholic Church, Gathering Church and Bishop’s Court, all in nearby walking distance. Matica Srpska, Pasiceva Street, Zmaj Jovina Street and Dunavska Street as the oldest streets in Novi Sad. See the oases of peace and quiet in the preserved piece of nature in the strict centre of Novi Sad, in Dunavski Park. Gems of architecture, streets swarming with people, cafes, boutiques, souvenirs, culture and history. End the walk with a glass of excellent vine, or some other drink of your choice in famous café in the strict city center.

Schedule details:
Time of departure: Every day - ideal at 10 am,
-    It can be changed if group wishes so
Place of departure: In front of city hall, on Sloboda Square
Reservations: one day ahead, till 10am
Duration: two hours

Additional info:
This tour must be booked at least one day in advance, till 10am
Confirmation for this product will be received at the time of booking
Tour is operated in English unless otherwise stated

Pricing information

No. of persons 1 pax 2 pax 3 pax 4 pax 5 pax 6 pax 7 pax 8 pax
Price per person   43 €  24 €  17 €  15 €  12 €  11 €  11 €  9 €


Price includes:
English speaking tour guide & on other languages on request
1 drink in famous restaurant in the strict centre of the city

Price does not include:
Transfer from hotel and back
Other costs not offered in this Program
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