Zmaj Jovina Street is one of the oldest streets in Novi Sad. It extends from Liberty Square to the bishop's palace. It gained today's appearance in the second half of the 19th century, during the reconstruction of the city after the bombing. The street was once a place with a number of craft and…
Along with Dunavska Street the most lively street in the city.Named after prominent Serbian poet Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj.
“in this street Laze Teleckog in city center you can find around 15 night clubs with different type of music ”
“Danube Park, whose building started in the distant 1895. This city oasis of greenery which once was the branch of the Danube, today represents the favorite place for resting and recreation of numerous citizens of Novi Sad. The Danube Park is decorated with thousands of deciduous and evergreen undergrowth, over 760 trees of dendroflora, as well as the numerous rare and valuable tree species. There are three monuments in the park, and with more than 130 benches, this place represents the perfect corner for enjoying the nature. View of the lake full of ducks and swans, of children who cheerfully run around and colorful flower arrangements, calms the senses and warms up your soul. Beautiful in spring when the first heralds bloom, and magical in winter when shining Christmas lights cover its lanterns and facades. ”
“SPENS is the first and one of the largest shopping spots in Novi Sad. It is packed with shops as well as cafes and restaurants. This is the place where big sporting events take place - two big arenas, a swimming pool and an ice rink. The swimming pools are open to the public all year round. The ice rink is open to the public late fall to early spring.”
“ 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.”