I wonder if there is anyone in the world who does not like to travel. Such person does not exist, right? And when it comes to travel to a wonderful city that you have always wanted, then happiness has no end.
Novi Sad, what a great city! There is so much to see in this place on the banks of the Danube River. I enjoyed especially in the old quarter, Stari Grad, cause I´m a big fan of old buildings and history.
Novi Sad is also known for the greatest summer music festival EXIT. It is held annually at the Petrovaradin Fortress. We visited the Fortress but without festival. Maybe some other time.The Petrovaradin Fortress is so wonderful and there is plenty to see. It had been built between 1659 and 1780. I especially liked the Clock tower. The wiew from the Fortress is indescribable. You can see the whole city. It was rainy day so the photos are a little gloomy.
I have to say that Novi Sad is great to visit with someone you love. There are many romantic places there. In fact, the whole city is in some kind of romantic mood.
Novi Sad is a city with a tradition more than 300 years long. The architecture of the city has some elements of Baroque, as well as the other styles. You can see many interesting and fascinating buildings such as City Hall, Bishop´s Palace, synagogue and a lot of churches.
I was especially glad to visit this city because it is the birthplace one of my favourite musician, singer and song writer Đorđe Balašević. He described many parts of Novi Sad in his songs. One of my favourite songsis "Ne volim januar´, in which he mentions the street Dositejeva. So I had to visit this street. At that point, no one was happier than me.
There are more beautiful things to see there. And the modern part of the city is beautiful, of course. But what fascinates me always is traditional and old, everything with the soul.
Many wonderful memories remained from Novi Sad. But it seems to me that the weekend was not enough. As well as this brief post. Therefore, if you had an opportunity be sure to visit this great city.