Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad



Our first stop will be a small baroque town of Sremski Karlovci. There we will visit we will visit The First Serbian Grammar School, the Chapel of Peace and the Treasury of Patriarchal Palace. Wine and grape from the nearby vineyard on the brows of the Fruska Gora Mountain, are highlights of this town. Considering this we will visit to the Museum of Beekeeping and 300-year-old wine cellar of the family Zivanovic where the finest wines from Karlovci, such as Bermet, Ausbruh and Riesling, were made and nourished in its cellars and served at the royal courts, even on a famous ship Titanic! Here, the guests get the information on the development of vine growing and wine production in this region. The visit includes tasting five to seven sorts of wines (Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Probus, as well as, local Karlovci’s sorts of wines – Red and White Bermet), honey brandy and, at least, two sorts of honey.All this is followed by a traditional Vojvodina specialties such as homemade bread, cheese and ham. Indulge yourself into this unique experience!

Welcome to Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina, and the second largest city in Serbia. The city is located on the banks of the Danube River, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora Mountain. It is established in 17th century. Novi Sad is the city of monuments. You will see the wonderful Petrovaradin Fortress - the symbol of the city, Liberty Square, City Center, Jewish synagogue, Orthodox church and Catholic cathedral beautiful streets and parks. People from Novi Sad are easy-going and they all have one special philosophy of eating, drinking and living in the slow lane. Even for the moment, you will also be caught into that special philosophy enjoying coffee at one of the cafes on the pedestrian street.