Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and the administrative seat of Vojvodina, it has been founded in 1694 and in the 18th and 19th centuries it became a centre of Serbian culture of that period, earning the nickname Serbian Athens.
It is located circa 150 kilometers south of Subotica on the river Danube and it is a typical Central European town with only a few buildings dating before 19th century.
Novi Sad offers plenty to its visitors; a lively night life, several museums and galleries, music festivals, theaters and much more.
The most well known museum in Novi Sad is Museum of Vojvodina, founded by Matica srpska in 1847, housing a permanent collection of Serbian culture and a life in Vojvodina through history.
Petrovaradin Fortress, which offers a scenic view of the city is the most recognized structure in Novi Sad. It had been used as a military fortification for many centuries and today serves as a testament of those times. It is also well known for housing the EXIT music festival every year, which is visited by many people from all around the world.
Novi Sad is a place in which everyone can enjoy, it offers a variety of locations worthy visiting to both the young and the old. It can be a quiet relaxing place as well as a busy city filled with joyous clamor of the people. All of this makes it a very interesting place which should definitely be explored.