Abstract:Novi Sad is a city of cyclists, so why wouldn't you rent a bike and ride around the city? You'll see the highlights of the city and hear interesting stories about this beautiful town.
Activities:Cycling through the city of Novi Sad
We’ll start at 5 PM in the pedestrian zone in Nikole Pasic street, in front of the Magellan Travel agency. After that, we’ll ride through the short but scenic Dunavska Street, one of the oldest streets in the city.
After passing through the beautiful Danube Park, we’ll reach the Danube Quay where we’ll introduce you to the bridges, the Petrovaradin Fortress on the other bank of the Danube river and to the monument named „Family“ dedicated to the bloody raid against Serbian and Jewish citizens in winter of 1941.
We’ll continue along the Danube bank, past the University campus and the city’s most popular beach, then we’ll ride back in the hustle-bustle of the city riding along the Boulevard of Liberty, stopping by the grandiose NIS building, continuing the stadium of the best-loved football club Vojvodina, the famed Futoška open market and, all the way to the Railway Station.
From here, we’ll turn to old streets to reach the house of Mileva Maric, Albert Einstein’s wedded wife. Next, we pass the three churches belonging to the three different denominations (Greek-Catholic, Evangelical, Reformed) and end up with the imposing edifice of the Synagogue.
A few corners away, you'll see the shiny Banovina Building, now the seat of the Parliament of Vojvodina, then we’ll enter the Modena street and reach the main square of Novi Sad – The Liberty Square surrounded by a couple of grandest edifices in the city.
By entering the Zmaj Jovina Street and reaching the monument to the famous poet the street is named after, we’ll round up the story about this remarkable city.