If you are used to Orthodox churches or monasteries or even if you are not, you do not miss anything by skipping a trip to Fruska Gora Monasteries. There is not anything interesting to see. Quite boring. Recommended only for religious persons.
Fruška Gora is a small mountain range in northern Serbia, doted with old monasteries. They are connected with a network of nice trails, so it is a great opportunity to have a great hike with a lot of history, spirituality and architecture. These sites played an important role in preserving Serbian culture and identity, and many represent an intriguing mixture... 更多
We went around and saw many different monasteries. This is old and have nice interior and if you are interesting of architecture its worth a visit.
Ask and plan, no way you can visit all monasteries but go for 3. Most of them are beautiful places, with long history. Find a monk who likes to tell stories and enjoy.
Hi, we were in Serbia last June 2016 and found a marvellous driver, we highly recommend him. He took us also to Fruska Gora - Monasteries : Krusedol, Grgeteg, Perkov Salas, Novo Hopovo, Velika Remeta and to Sremski Karlovci - Museum of Beekeeping and Wine Cellar Živanovic . Beautiful region, many great monasteries marked with spirituality and history. A real... 更多
These so-called hidden monasteries are each worth a visit. Not only for the religious, they give lots of historic information in the peaceful environment of Fruska Gora.
If you love history and nature this's a must see with your family!!! It's a beautiful place with nature and history ... You can get private accomodation for $10 per night including free wifi
The mosaic work in the monasteries is marvelous. Such beautiful paintings of the saints and priests of old! And what beautiful rose gardens. Not a Orthodox believer but national treasures tucked away among the vineyards and orchards and the beautiful mountains.
Also known as Serbian Holly Mountain (Sveta Gora). Now there are 16 monasteries. I have visited monastery Novo Hopovo, Staro Hopovo, Jazak and Krusedol. If you came here, you certainly should visit at least one of the monastery.