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TRAVELING BY AIRPLANE

International „Nikola Tesla“ Airport Belgrade is about 75 km apart from the city of Novi Sad. It has connections to/from all major European airports. Low cost airlines fly to Belgrade, also. National air-carrier is Air SERBIA. You can visit official website of „Nikola Tesla“ Airport on the following link http://www.beg.aero/en/home .
To get to Novi Sad you can take bus (0,5 hour trip – price is about 2,00 €) or taxi (0,5 hour trip – price is about 15,00 €) from airport to Belgrade – Railway/Bus station and then take bus to Novi Sad (1,5-2 hours trip – price is about 7,00 € ). Buses on relation Belgrade-Novi Sad-Belgrade runs every 15 min during peak hours, every 30 min during the rest of the working day and every 1 hour during late evening hours until midnight.

 

TRAVELING BY TRAIN

Novi Sad is located at the main north-south railway line from Budapest (Hungary) to Belgrade and further to the south Sofia (Bulgaria), Skopje (Republic of Macedonia) or Thessaloniki (Greece). All trains stops in Novi Sad. You can visit official website of Serbian Railways JSC on the following link http://www.zeleznicesrbije.com/active/en/home.html .
For participants from east or west, take train to Belgrade and then train or bus to Novi Sad (1,5-2 hours trip – price is about 7,00 € ). Buses on relation Belgrade-Novi Sad-Belgrade runs during peak hours every 15 min, every 30 min during the rest of the day and every 1 hour during late evening hours until midnight.

 

TRAVELING BY BUS

Regular bus lines from Subotica (north), Belgrade (south) and Zrenjanin (east) operates with frequent departures. International bus lines from Paris, Munich, Frankfurt, Zurich, Vienna, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Banja Luka also stops in Novi Sad.

 

TRAVELING BY CAR

Novi Sad is located at the main E 75 international highway (Budapest – Belgrade – Niš – Sophia) for travellers from north or south. For travellers from east, M 7 main road (which connects Timisoara – Jimbolia (Romania) – Zrenjanin – Novi Sad) or M 1.9 and M 7.1 (which connect Craiova – Resita – Oravita (Romania) – Vršac – Zrenjanin – Novi Sad) are recommended. Travellers from Western Europe (Italia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) can take the main E 70 international highway up to Ruma crossing, than M 21 road north bound to Novi Sad. To download map of Serbian road network please visit the following link http://www.putevi-srbije.rs/pdf/serbia_main_and_regional_road.pdf .

 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN NOVI SAD

Novi Sad has a number of public bus lines connecting every part of the city with the city centre that is about 400 m away from the Conference venue. Conference venue (Plenary Hall of Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina) is served by the next urban public bus lines:
Line 1: Klisa – City centre – Liman I – City centre – Klisa
Line 3: Petrovaradin – City centre – Detelinara – City centre – Petrovaradin
Line 4: Liman IV – City centre – Railway/Bus Station – City centre – Liman IV
Line 6: Podbara – Adice – Podbara
Line 8: Novo naselje – City centre – Liman I – City centre – Novo Naselje
Line 9: Novo naselje – Liman – Petrovaradin – Liman – Novo naselje
Line 12: City centre – Telep – City centre

For more details about urban, suburban and intercity bus line grid system in Novi Sad, please visit the following link http://www.gspns.rs/bus-maps .