After few days in Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia, we took a bus to Novi Sad to continue our backpacking journey through the Balkans.
Novi Sad, founded in 1694, is the second largest city of Serbia and the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina. Novi Sad is a cheerful and lively town, a city of young people, music, fun and great nightlife. Photos below are from our few days stay in this beautiful city.
While we were in Novi Sad, we took a public bus and made a day trip to Sremski Karlovci, a small town located 12 km south from Novi Sad, is one of the most picturesque towns in Serbia’s Vojvodina region, with its well-preserved, richly decorated, baroque and neo-classicist buildings. It is also one of the most prominent spots of Serbia’s Wine Route
After few days in Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina, we took a bus to Nis in Southern Serbia.
In May 2017, 23 days before I was going to complete 50 years, grabbed an opportunity and took an early retirement.. Picked up a backpack and traveling ever since.. Love to travel around the world, experience different culture, local cuisine & drinks .. and take pictures.. so far been to 108 countries and still counting...