Fruška gora (Serbian Cyrillic: Фрушка гора) is a mountain in northern Serbia. Most of the area is administratively part of Serbia, but a small part on its western side extends into eastern Croatia. The area under Serbian administration forms the country's oldest national park. Sometimes it's also referred to as the Jewel of Serbia due to its largely pristine landscape and protection effort, as well as the Serbian Mount Athos, due to a big number of Orthodox monasteries.
The national park is located right next to Novi Sad and this is the best starting point for visiting. You can get here from most bigger cities in the area. The largest international airport is located in Belgrade and the drive to Novi Sad is no more than 1 - 2 hours away by car or train.
When to visit
The national park is worth a visit during all seasons. Because of the vicinity to Novi Sad, you will be able to experience both the city and the park. This provides opportunities for great experiences in the colder months as well.
Map of Fruška Gora National Park
Image gallery of Fruška Gora National Park
Sights in Fruška Gora National Park
Some national parks contain more than just natural wonders. This list shows you some of the sights that are located in the national park. This includes museums, cathedrals, bridges, dams and much more.
Visitor/Information centres in Fruška Gora National Park
Most national parks have an associated visitor centre to help visitors. They are usually open most of the year but some close in the off-season. You will often be able to find information on all the activities in the national park. A visit to the visitor centre is often recommended before venturing into the park.
Cabins & Shelters
This section lists some of the cabins and shelters for the national park. They can be great places to stay for the experience or as overnight stays on hikes.