Ruma  is a town and municipality located in the Srem District of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia.

We are located 50km from Belgrade and 35 km from Nikola Tesla Airport.

Ruma is famous for its musical and folklore festivals, art colony and achievements in sports. In the close proximity to Ruma there are monasteries on the Fruška Gora, excursion sites, as well as quite a few artificial lakes. We are also famous for our local gastronomy with many authentic recipes characteristic of the Srem distric.

Ruma has seven industrial zones which has been classified as the most attractice in Serbia. That bussines environment bring us a lively lifestyle, lots of bars, restaurants and hotels.

The most important archaeological locality in the municipality is Bronze Age Gomolava  with two exclusive tombs dating to the 9th century BC and 3000 BC culture pottery.