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Private Day Tour: Fruska Gora Monasteries and Sremski Karlovci
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Reviewed 23 July 2014

Hire a guide from the Novi Sad tourist agency and combine with other local attractions. The monasteries make and sell excellent rakija and honey. Alternatively ask the tourist agency for a planned hiking route between different monasteries, the forest odd Fruska Gora is a treasure...More

Thank Luka A
Reviewed 24 May 2014

A beautiful collection of monasteries in the Fruska Gora hills. I can't imagine seeing all 15 or 16 monasteries but 2 or 3 would suffice. My favourite was Staro Hopovo, which was tiny but in a lovely setting set among the trees without a soul...More

2  Thank Traveller1234321
Reviewed 27 April 2014

Two teen age atheists (sons), a church historian (husband), an Episcopal priest (me), took a tour with Grada. The boys reported this morning that it was the best tour ever. The older said, "I was afraid we'd spend hours looking at every art work in...More

2  Thank SnowyAunt
Reviewed 27 January 2014

The monastaries are really something to see - so beautiful. We had a tour of probably 6 or 7 - all different. Some very small and some quite large.

1  Thank lasPa
Reviewed 17 January 2014

For a catholic italian like me these monasteries were beautiful and unexpected; I visited Velika Remeta, Krusedol and Novo Hopovo. They are in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by amazing natural country landscape and small villages, and hide beautiful gems like exquisite monks and intimate...More

3  Thank GabrieleC3
Reviewed 12 October 2013

We actually stayed in Sremski Karlovci rather than Novi Sad. They are located quite near, but we preferred the small town to the larger city. We hired a guide, Grada, who provided a lovely day touring both some special highlights of Sremski Karlovci and the...More

Thank SACALosAngeles
Reviewed 19 September 2013

these are beautiful monasteries in the fruska Gora region. They are quite close to each other but you need a car if you want to visit them or you could go with an organized tour from Belgrade.

Thank gherardo355
Reviewed 5 September 2013

this is very unexpected and definitely a must see in the Balcan region!!! we visited 8 of the about 20 monasteries, some very popular but some rather unknown are very much worth a visit! it is difficult to get English information, but in the very...More

1  Thank Michel_from_Belgium
Reviewed 19 August 2013

We were only able to see two of the monasteries (Krusedol and Novo Hopovo), but visiting them was one of the highlights of our trip. The frescoes were breathtaking, and the history of the area is well worth learning.

Thank MariaK_10
Reviewed 31 July 2013

Fruska Gora Monasteries are wonderful places to visit in Serbia. The area is not far from Belgrade airport , around 50 km by highway to the west. Leaving highway - exit Ruma. The best way is to use professional guided tours. If you like monasteries...More

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