Novi Sad bike tour

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Tour code: #430
2,5 h
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Novi Sad is a cycling town and everyone rides a bike, so why shouldn’t you as well? Riding bicycles will allow us to see both the tourist classics in the city center as well as to venture out of the beaten track.


Cycling through city of Novi Sad

Tour description:

We start with this tour from the pedestrian zone in Nikole Pasic street, in front of Magelan Travel agency. Without further ado here (we will talk about it in the end), we ride through the short but scenic Dunavska Street, one of the oldest and most important streets in the city.

Passing through the beautifully laid out Dunavski Park, we will soon reach the Danube embankment where we will introduce you to Novi Sad’s bridges, the Petrovaradin Fortress on the other bank of the Danube and to the monument to the bloody 1941 raid against city’s Serbs and Jews.

Biking along the Danube we will pass the university campus and arrive to Štrand, city’s favorite beach, where young and old alike flock in summer months.

Back in the hustle-bustle of the city, we will ride along the broad Bulevar Oslobodjenja stopping by the grandiose NIS building, the stadium of the best loved local club FC Vojvodina, the famed Futoška farmers’ market and, all the way at its further end, at the Railway Station.

From here we delve back into the old streets to reach the house of Mileva Maric, Albert Einstein’s wedded wife. Next, we pass the three churches belonging to three various religious denominations (Greek-Catholic, Evangelical, Reformed) and end up with the imposing edifice of the synagogue.

A few corners away stands the long, shiny modernist Banovina Building, now the seat of the government and the parliament of Vojvodina.

Passing through Modena Street we reach the main square of Novi Sad – Trg Oslobodjenja, surrounded by some of the nicest edifices in the city, headed by the tall Catholic Church, nicknamed “Cathedral” for its looks.

Back in Zmaj-Jovina Street, the story of Novi Sad’s beautiful promenade and the man after whom it’s named will serve as a perfect way to round  up the story about this remarkable city. 

Dates of departure:

Thu 20.06.2019
Thu 27.06.2019
Thu 04.07.2019
Thu 11.07.2019
Thu 18.07.2019
Thu 25.07.2019
Thu 01.08.2019
Thu 08.08.2019
Thu 15.08.2019
Thu 22.08.2019
Thu 29.08.2019
Thu 05.09.2019
Thu 12.09.2019
Thu 19.09.2019
Thu 26.09.2019
Thu 03.10.2019
Thu 10.10.2019
Thu 17.10.2019
Thu 24.10.2019
Thu 31.10.2019
Thu 07.11.2019
Thu 14.11.2019
Thu 21.11.2019
Thu 28.11.2019
Thu 05.12.2019
Thu 12.12.2019
Thu 19.12.2019
Thu 26.12.2019
Thu 02.01.2020
Thu 09.01.2020
Thu 16.01.2020
Thu 23.01.2020
Thu 30.01.2020
Thu 06.02.2020
Thu 13.02.2020
Thu 20.02.2020
Thu 27.02.2020
Thu 05.03.2020
Thu 12.03.2020
Thu 19.03.2020
Thu 26.03.2020
Thu 02.04.2020
Thu 09.04.2020
Thu 16.04.2020
Thu 23.04.2020
Thu 30.04.2020
Thu 07.05.2020
Thu 14.05.2020
Thu 21.05.2020
Thu 28.05.2020

Location of departure Address of location Time of departure Supplement or discount for departure from the place
Nikole Pašića 16 17 h / 5 PM -

Conditions for free cancellation

Free cancellation is available at least 1 day before the excursion.

Guide language

Serbian, English, other languages on request

Included in price

Licensed tourist guide
renting a bicycle

Notes on benefits

Minimum for realization 2 persons. Maximum 15 people in the group