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11:00 Nurse your pounding head with a gentle stroll along the iconic Danube. This stunning river landscape has inspired artists for centuries and it’s not hard to see why. Adding to the idyllic scene, it’s not unusual to see families sailing their boats along the river on weekends.

13:00 Follow the Danube to The Strand, one of the Danube’s finest beaches, where you can take your pick of coffee shops and restaurants along the sandy shore. It is possible to go swimming here, but be wary – the current is strong and the water surprisingly murky.

14:00 Literally translating as ‘time machine’, Vremeplov is a 1920s-themed pastry shop, where the coffee is fantastic and the cakes are second to none. It boasts a charming garden, too, which is perfect on a summer’s day.

16:00 Kick back at Martha’s Pub (Laze Teleckog 3), a buzzing boozer with an upstairs bar and patio that serves the best honey rakija in town.

A popular beverage throughout the Balkans, honey rakija is an alcoholic drink made from distilled fermented fruit – commonly peaches, apples, pears, cherry, figs, blackberry and quince. The alcohol content is normally 40 per cent, so take it easy.

Return tickets from London to Novi Sad, via Belgrade, start at about £220 with Wizz Air
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