While you are visiting for your dental treatment you and your friends or family can visit a number of natural beauties, historical monuments, interesting restaurants and much more. There are numeruous indoor and outdoor activites ranging from swimming pools, bowling, museums, galleries, horse riding etc. We will arange your free time that you bring home distinguishable memories from your dental holiday.
About Novi Sad
Novi Sad is one of the three largest cities in Serbia, and only an hour’s drive from Belgrade. Novi Sad also owes its beauty and grace to its inhabitants who in this era of fast communications have preserved the tranquility of lowlanders and natural kindness. Under the Petrovaradin Rock, a little Pannonia hill of Mt. Fruska Gora, a young town on the Danube was born – Novi Sad, in existence for a little bit over 300 years. First references to it date from 1694, two years after the construction of Austria’s Petrovaradin Fortress had begun. There, at the ”Gibraltar of the Danube”, on the 1,255th kilometer of this river, the medieval Hapsburg monarchy had risen from the ashes by building this Fortress, after the Turkish siege of Vienna in 1683 had been fought off.
About Petrovaradin fortress
On the Petrovaradin Rock, Romans had erected a fortress, which was later rebuilt by the Hungarians and kept by the Turks. After the Turks had been expelled at the end of the 17th century, the Austrians built a bridgehead facing the fortress, on the left, marshy bank of the Danube, around which a settlement of soldiers, merchants, and tradesmen developed. The Petrovaradin Fortress, exceptional work of the 18th-century fortification engineering, is one of the largest, most complex and best preserved artillery bastions in this part of Europe. It spreads over the northern slopes of Fruška Gora, on the right bank of the Danube. With the apex of 125 m above the sea level, it has the dominant position in the southeastern part of the Panonian Plain. It covers the area of over 100 ha, has a 5200-meter-long outer defence line and a complex system of underground military galleries with mine and listening tunnels, distributed at four levels, with 16000 meters of the total length.
About Sremski Karlovci
Sremski Karlovci is a town and municipality in Serbia, in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, situated on the bank of the river Danube, 8 km from Novi Sad. The town has traditionally been known as the seat of Serbian Orthodox Church in the Habsburg Monarchy, as well as political and cultural capital of Serbian Vojvodina after the May Assembly and during the Revolution in 1848. In ancient times, a small Roman fortress existed at this location. The town was first mentioned in historical documents in 1308 with the name Karom. The fortress of Karom was built on the ruins of the ancient Roman one. Most recently, the government of Serbia announced its decision to move the Constitutional Court of Serbia to this town as part of the national strategy for decentralization. Furthermore the government decided to make this move because of the historic importance of this town in Serbian history as well because of its relative proximity to the capital, Belgrade.
About vineyards in Vojvodina
By their geographical location, climate, soil and labor traditions of the population in Vojvodina area is very suitable for agricultural production. With these conditions, agriculture is the leading industry, which in recent years has grown into a modern agricultural production and related food industries. The old and the rich wine growing tradition of Vojvodina, builds modern viticulture. From the “cottage industry” and smaller or larger commercial firms and companies which are engaged in manufacturing and selling of wine, gradually built modern facilities for vinification. They are processed grapes and making wine on the basis of modern technology, with full respect for tradition and experience, which ensures uniqueness and quality of wines from Vojvodina. The progress and development of production is an ongoing process.
The great variety in Serbia’s cuisine originates from its geographical, national and cultural diversity, and the jigsaw of centuries of population changes. Influences on Serbian cuisine have been rich and varied from Greek, Bulgarian, Turkish and Hungarian cooking. An old Serbian legend says that during the time of the 14th-century Serbian Empire, under the rule of Stefan Uroš IV Dušan, meals in the Serbian palace were eaten with golden spoons and forks. Dough-based foods, such as breads, strudels and pasta, and various kinds of processed meats produced from healthy stocks of cattle and poultry are characteristic of modern day Vojvodina. It is not an easy task to introduce a foreign visitor in Serbia to the secrets of local cuisine. Many dishes cannot be adequately translated into another language, while others are simply not eaten anywhere else, even though they are made from ingredients commonly available in all European countries. That is why if you are keen to investigate Serbia’s national cuisine, which has evolved in a melting-pot of civilizations and ethnic influences, you should let the experienced hands of Serbian restaurateurs guide you.
Events through year
- International Book Fair – march
- Novi Sad’s Festival of Classic Music NOMUS – april
- Moto Bike Expo and Boat Show Exhibition – april
- International Agricultural Fair – may
- Night of Museums – may
- International Theater Festival “Sterijino Pozorje” – may
- Cinema City Film and Media Festival – june
- International Wine Festival INTERFEST – july
- EXIT Festival – july
- The Days of Brazil in Novi Sad – august
- International Meeting of Oldtimer Vehicles – august
- Traditional Food and Music Festival “Vojvodina Fest” – september
- International Festival of Street Performers IFUS – september
- International Fair of Hunting, Fishing and Sport LORIST – september
- Automobile Fair “Auto Show – Novi Sad” – october
- Wine Festival in the Down Halls of the Fortress “Vinski lavirint” – october
- Novi Sad’s Jazz Festival – november
- Euro – In Film Festival – december