The settlement of Novi Banovci is located on the banks of the Danube River, 12 kilometers upstream from Zemun, near Stari Banovci. It boasts an exceptional geographical position as it is situated at the crossroads of international and regional roads. The E-75 highway passes through this settlement, serving as the primary link between Novi Banovci and Belgrade, as well as connecting Novi Banovci to Novi Sad (60 km) Additionally, Batajnica is just 3 km away, and Stara Pazova is 7 km away.
The town of Novi Banovci is traversed by a road that connects all the picturesque settlements along the Danube, from Belgrade through Sremski Karlovci to Novi Sad. These Danube-side villages, as well as other rural areas, have great potential for the development of marinas, beaches, golf courses, as well as hunting and fishing. The regional road quickly connects to the Belgrade-Zagreb highway, making Novi Banovci an ideal location for transit tourism.
The settlement is also intersected by a regional road that connects Banovci to Batajnica, Zemun, Belgrade, and Surčin. Additionally, another regional road links Banovci to Danube-side villages like Belegiš, Surduk, Novi and Stari Slankamen, Krčedin, and Beška, and further on to Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad. There are also regional roads connecting Banovci to Nova Pazova, Šimanovci, Stara Pazova, Inđija, Golubinci, Ruma, and Sremska Mitrovica.
The area where Novi Banovci are situated has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by the Roman archaeological site of Burgena in the center of the settlement.
Throughout history, this destination has served as a crossroads between the East and the West. Even today, there is a house in the center known as “Janeskina kafana,” which, during the Ottoman period, served as an inn for soldiers and traders traveling between Istanbul and Vienna.