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Vojvodina Travel


 

Welcome to City of Vojvodina


Vojvodina is the most northern province of Serbia. The province's largest city is Novi Sad and the province prides itself on being multi-ethnic and multi-cultural with six official languages.

 

Vojvodina's economy is large based on agriculture and food production. The majority of the crops produced including corn and herbs. Other popular industries that have developed include the metal industry, electrical and chemical industry, as well as the oil and construction industry.

 

Vojvodina travel is popular for its many Orthodox monasteries located on the Fruska Goar Mountain. There are also many hunting grounds, historical monuments, galleries and museums. Its natural landscapes include an abundance of greenery with large rivers, canals, and lakes.

 

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Sightseeing Of Vojvodina


Popular tourist destinations in Vojvodina include Novi Sad (the largest city in the province) Palic, Paracin, Subotica and Vrsac. Being the capital city, Novi Sad has a large population with many events taking place throughout the year. The EXIT music festival began in 2000 and has attracted visitors from across Europe and was ranked by London as "the most vibrant and successful festival in Central/South Europe."

Fruska Gora is the closest hill that the people of Vojvodina can consider a mountain. There are dozens of Serbian Orthodox Churches located here that were constructed between the 15 th -19 th centuries. These churches were considered to be important in bridging the gap between the Northern and Southern Serbs.

Palic Lake dates back to the 1840s when it was not only a popular weekend destination, but also a spa for the upper middle class and nobility.

 

Dundjerski Castle is the most visited castle, although there are more than twenty castles in Vojvodina.

 

Sremski Karlovci is considered to be one of the most picturesque towns in the country. It features the oldest Serbian gymnasium, built in 1791 and the Patriarchate of Serbian Church. The church was approved by Leopold of Austria.