Municipality of Inđija is located in the north-eastern part of Srem and extends to the southern part of Fruška gora. It is halfway between Belgrade and Novi Sad. There are two Pan-European corridors, Corridor 10 and Corridor 7. Nowadays this area belongs to the most developed regions of Vojvodina. Stari Slankamen is the oldest settlement in the municipality, and its turbulent history is told us via the "Gradina" excavation site and the remains of the ancient Roman fortress "Akuminkum". The city can be viewed by sailing the Danube, and at the same time it is possible to see the confluence of the Tisa and Danube rivers, where, according to legend, the tomb of Attila the Hun can be found. The village of Beška is also part of this municipality and boasts many restaurants that give us various fish specialties and beautiful landscapes.