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Best things to do in City Centre, Novi Sad

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“It is the most famous park in the city center. Small, adorable, full of shade and benches. Take a break before continuing your stroll. ”
28 locals recommend
“This is our national museum where you can see history from the early settlers to modern times. If you are into history - this is the place to start! ”
10 locals recommend
“ The Serbian National Theatre (Serbian: Srpsko narodno pozorište), located in Novi Sad, is one of the major theatres of Serbia. It was founded in 1861 during a conference of the Serbian National Theatre Society, composed of members of the Serbian Reading Room (Srpska čitaonica), held in Novi Sad.”
5 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“in this street Laze Teleckog in city center you can find around 15 night clubs with different type of music ”
22 locals recommend
“Amazin cuisine right behind the corner of my own place. Highly recommended!”
17 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Contemporary museum with a great potential and content updates. Its park area is under construct so we can expect it'll be even more beautiful to enjoy around. ”
5 locals recommend
“Project 72 Wine&Deli is no ordinary restaurant but a place of exquisite taste, where fine food is prepared with a lot of imagination and soul that go along with finely selected wines in perfect harmony for your senses to which it is impossible to remain indifferent. Food is prepared in a special atmosphere with great dedication since we believe that the food absorbs the energy and vibration that is prepared with. Soul food is prepared in a creative way in a pleasant atmosphere, with beautiful rhythms and different tastes so that you can fully enjoy. This is a restaurant where it's all about the enjoyment in food and wine.”
16 locals recommend
“All varieties of food including local cuisine. Distance from the flat: 190 meters.”
1 local recommends
“On the opposite side of the Liberty square, is a tall catholic church “Name of Mary”. It was built in 1895th in neogothic in style. The interior is decorated with movables of Tirol carver; it has four altars and organ with 24 registers. On the windows are 20 glass paintings, the work of the Hungarian and Czech glass artist. Steep roof and tower are covered with colorful ceramic žolnai. The Clock Tower is 76 meters high. ”
9 locals recommend
“Good selection of fruits, vegetables, meet and milk products from local farmers. ”
11 locals recommend
“This is a pub/nightclub where you can get yourself anytype of drink and enjoy some of the local bands performing. Every night is music night! On the weeknds it's a DJ that's in charge of the positive vibes. The inetrior is spectacular and you should definetly check it out. ”
5 locals recommend
“Along with Dunavska Street the most lively street in the city.Named after prominent Serbian poet Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj.”
14 locals recommend
“Burgers a la carte, the location is amazing and they also have an amazing selection of craft beers!”
9 locals recommend
“Excellent pub with their own beer. You can chose light, red and dark beer. And good food.”
9 locals recommend
“When it comes to art history, you go here, where we have paintings from as early as the 11th century (or even before, I forgot), until the 20th. You can have a local guide show you around and tell you a bit about our art and its impact on history being made. ”
5 locals recommend
2 locals recommend