The Liberty Square (Trg Slobode) is where you'll find the town hall of Novi Sad, an exact copy of the one found in the city of Graz. The name has a very metaphorical meaning as I saw a hot air balloon fly out freely. Of course then there were tears gushing from the owner of the hot air balloon. This spot has been the scene of important cultural events, political and social (it is the most typical place to give breadcrumbs to pigeons, that quintessential urban animal). But it is also the scene of sporting events as I had the chance to see a decisive game of league football. Young fans took to the streets alongside the police.
Petrovaradin Fortress is a trademark of Novi Sad , otherwise called the Gibraltar of the dunavu.To the second largest fortress in Europe , and had a great importance throughout history , especially during the Ottoman invasion of the country, near the fortress have led many celebrities Battle between Ottoman Empire and the Austro - Hungarian Empire , where the Serbian border guards played a significant role. Today, the fort occur many cultural events, most notably the Exit music festival .
The Serbs are very attractive the first thing that made me go there was Sponge Bob. SpongeBob is a character that I have not had a chance to see on the big screen despite starring in many movies. However, it is much better to see him again. It was in the street Zmaj Jovina. The actor in question was flying and wanted to conquer the Cathedral built on the Liberty Square. The cathedral is neo-Gothic church of the late nineteenth century. He wanted to conquer it and got it. Bob(Bobby to his friends) is a big boss that caught my attention and took my attention to all of the construction that was happening there.
Novi Sad is a rather small town so everything is central. It is very close to the main street where there are plenty of shops and restaurants. The pedestrian zone is almost entirely covered by terraces. The town also features the Orthodox Church of St. George. It contains frescoes of a popular Serbian painter, Straw Jovanvić. You can also find here the oldest monument in the city. This is a cross dating from the eighteenth century. The day of the photo was so pretty, with a sky so blue, marbled with clouds, until the lamp that illuminated at night seemed nice.
Zmaj Jovina Street is the main pedestrian zone in the center of Novi Sad, a beautiful street, a major tourist attraction, and a symbol of the city. It abounds with charming cafes, many excellent restaurants, and is full of walkers especially in summer. It is a monument to the Zmaj Jovi Jovanovic, the famous Serbian doctor and poet.
This exceptional building now stands proudly to remind us of Novi Sad multinational history. Not active as a religious place still offers beauty and divinity through excellent classical music concerts all year round.
The Pikova Dama is one of the most famous clubs in Novi Sad, a favorite place for lovers of quality pop, rock, jazz and Latin music and frequently hosts live music. It boasts a friendly staff and a great selection of drinks, plus the atmosphere is worth experiencing. I's recommend this place for a night out, especially during the great EXIT music festival which takes place in early July in Novi Sad.