North of Belgrade, stretching up towards the Hungarian border and spanning the southern part of the fertile Pannonian Plain, is Vojvodina, one of Serbia’s most ethnically eclectic regions, with a large Hungarian minority. The region’s capital, Novi Sad, is a charming spot that’s a feasible day-trip from the capital or a handy springboard north to Subotica and Hungary. It’s also an ideal base for forays into Fruška Gora, the gently undulating hills to the south peppered with medieval Orthodox monasteries.
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