Novi Sad JoRooms

Branislava Nusica, 20, Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Branislava Nusica, 20, Novi Sad, is near Nis Fortress, Cele Kula, and Monument to the Liberators of Nis.
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Travel Blogs from Novi Sad

A Typical Day in Serbia

A travel blog entry by liliflynn on Jul 10, 2014

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First destination for the day is the museum of local hero, Nikola Tesla. This entertaining, albeit, small museum housed a number of interactive inventions, including the famous Tesla coil. Once our tour concluded we were picked up by our personal guide Nikos, in a silver Mercedes and driven out into the Serbian countryside. After an hour, we arrive at an isolated farmhouse, where Rose and I are greeted by a shot of raki and a table covered with ...

Along the the Danube wıth out a map (Up sh

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul on Oct 12, 2013

Early start and no wıld boar attacks! Got us 11 hours sleep, much needed after frıvolıtıes of Budapest. Grey skıes and a wee chıll ın the mornıng aır. Cyclıng was easy but wıth no map one can never feel 100 percent confıdent that we were goıng on the rıght roads. We manged to get 40 mıles and cross over the border ın to Serbıa (usıng the sun and ...

The Hapsburg Northern City of Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 02, 2013

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In the terminal the counter person said 845 so I thought that was the price but they were telling me the time. Ticket price was 750D ($9). There was a police officer in the back row who didn't have to show a ticket. The same on the way back. I have to see if police are on all the buses like ...

And Then There Was Wine

A travel blog entry by ssfahring on Jul 28, 2013

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... He called his boss who arrived ten minutes later. Happily he showed us his barrels. Fetching two wine glasses he gave us a taste of three choices. In the end we left with two bottles - traminac and cabernet sauvignon. Carefully placed in my pack we walked away.

Determined to have some food in central Sremski Karlovci we walked back to town. That didn't happen. Half way we spotted a wooden doorway. Thinking it was a ...

City Tour of Novi Sad

A travel blog entry by janehudon on May 14, 2013

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... when not being used for religious services. We continued walking through the city centre where there is a large park where the local citizens go to relax and play.

We then boarded the bus and drove to Petrovaradin fortress which was built between 1692 and 1780 and is one of the biggest and best-preserved fortresses in south-eastern Europe. Many people died building this fortress, as many as 50-100 each day as hauling the ...