Visit the beautiful Fruška Gora National Park, where rare and protected species of plants and animals can be found. Then you can visit the Novo Hopovo Monastery, which is a pride of Serbian sacred architecture - it is estimated that it was built at the beginning of the 16th century. After a visit to the monastery, drive to Novi Sad, the second cultural centre of Serbia after Belgrade. Visit the main attractions of the city: Freedom Square, Town Hall, Catholic Church, Theatre Square, Danube Park and underground tunnels of the Petrovaradin Fortress. Free time for lunch. Then drive to a small town with rustic architecture - Sremský Karlovci, which is very important for Serbian history. A short walk through the town, where you can admire Baroque and Neoclassical buildings. Entrance to the church on the main square. The town is famous for its numerous vineyards - a visit to the winery with wine tasting.