Duration: 6/7 hours
Distance walking: 2 km
Pick up/drop off: Wherever you choose


  • Monastery Kovilj
  • Novi Sad
  • Petrovaradin fortress
  • Sremski Karlovci
  • Local wine tasting

Recommended gear:

  • Camera
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable footwear

Tour includes:

  • Standard car/van
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Local wine tasting

Does not include:

  • Food
  • All tours can be shaped according to your wishes, or combined with another tours
  • For tour guide in a different languages (German, Russian, Spanish, French, Italian, Greek, Hebrew) contact us


Discover Northern Serbia

Take a trip with us and enjoy the scenes of the fertile golden fields of  Vojvodina, Serbia’s breadbasket, full of yet untold stories. In this plenteous plain one next to another for centuries live Hungarians, Serbs, Croats, Slovaks, Rusyns and many others, creating thus a unique, colourful collage of cultures, traditions and beliefs. The capitol of the region, city of Novi Sad, is our first stop. Walking around the city centrum will make you fall in love with this charming place of relatively short but dynamic history. While walking through the mighty fortress of Petrovaradin, old as the city itself, you will learn about history of the city  but also here about everyday life. Our journey will take us further down to unique Orthodox monastery of Kovilj, one of the oldest in Serbia. The largest brotherhood in Serbia will welcome you open-armed and  tell you the story of its founder. The fruitful slopes of Fruska Gora mountain hide our last stop, the ever so lovely town of Sremski Karlovci, the place that used to be a spiritual, political and cultural centrum of the Serbs in the Habsburg Monarchy is an open-air museum of a sort surrounded by time vineyards.  Since Roman times this region has been famous for its vineyards and exquisite wine that you will have a chance to taste.