What to see

What to see

Visit Inđija, one of the most developed and most advanced municipalities in Serbia, which, owing to its accelerated development, has grown into a modern urban environment. Take a walk through the pedestrian zone and enjoy the ambience of civil architecture from the end of the 19th century in the shade of century-old linden trees. Relax in the many cafés and their pleasant atmosphere and make new friends.

Do not miss fun on the banks of the Danube, its distributaries, river islands and sandy beaches. Picturesque settlements on the banks will give you the opportunity to have fun, relax and eat well. The famous Krčedinska ada and the unspoilt nature of the Danube tributaries are some of the reasons to visit Krčedin. Numerous restaurants have made Beška attractive for those who enjoy fish specialties and a beautiful natural environment. We recommend Čortanovci, a picnic area within the Fruška Gora National Park, located on the banks of the Danube, to lovers of sports and recreation. Camping, hiking, cycling, boating, swimming, fishing, hunting etc. are just some of the activities on offer in the villages.

The Tourist Organization recommends panoramic sightseeing of Stari Slankamen from the water, touring the confluence of the Tisza where, according to the legend, Attila the Hun was buried; lunch in a charda with tambouritza music and sightseeing interesting parts of this unusual village in Vojvodina by walking along its picturesque, serpentine streets. Get to know the history of the oldest settlement in the municipality of Inđija by visiting the archaeological site Gradina with the remains of the fortress Acumincum, as well as the church of St. Nicholas, the oldest church in Srem.

Take the opportunity to get to know the tradition of this area by visiting the “Ethno House” in Maradik or one of the isolated farms (salaš) in the municipality of Inđija.

Apart from visiting interesting places in the municipality, you can also visit tourist sites ​​in the area, such as: Fruška Gora monasteries, the Fruška Gora National Park, Sremski Karlovci, and some more distant ones such as the Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad and Belgrade.