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Trg Ante Starcevica 6, Osijek, 31000, Croatia
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bus to Belgrade

by Brohahnistan

I know that there is bus service from Osijek to Belgrade, and I assume it is frequent, but does anyone know where I can find schedules and prices...? any help most appreciated!

RE: bus to Belgrade

by jirzi

Bus from Osijek to Beograd (every day)
Osijek .dep. 07:00, 10:00, 13:00, 16:00, 17:00
Beograd arr. 10:40, 13:40, 16:40, 19:40, 20:40

http://www.panturist.hr/en/line-beograd.asp
Jirzi

RE: RE: bus to Belgrade

by jirzi

Info from TRAVEL PANTURIST Osijek:
Bus ticket from Osijek to Belgrade 92 HRK (13 EUR), return 166 HRK (24 EUR).

Jirzi

RE: bus to Belgrade

by Aurorae

The hours of the bus you have above, return ticket costs 1680 dinars from Belgrade, which is exactly 20 EUR at the moment.
From Novi Sad it's A LOT CHEAPER, it is 960 dinars return, which is 11 EUR!
It takes 3,5h from Belgrade, with stops in Šid and Vukovar, and 2,5h from Novi Sad.

Travel Tips for Osijek

War Scars

by diocletianvs

Fifteen years after the war in Croatia, war scars are still visible everywhere: on street pavements, on old facades, on plots of land where grass now rules.

Osijek was the largest city that was directly on the front line. For months in autumn and winter 1991/92 there was only one or two roads leading to/from the city. It was encircled by Serbian and Yugoslav army forces that occupied most of the northern, eastern and southern suburbs. The city was heavily bombed for months, and it is amazing that despite the large number of civil causalties remained functioning "normally" throughout the siege: trams were running, hospitals working, bakeries making bread, local shops being open....

War scars on facades are being repaired in a rate that is both amazing (when one is aware of the scale of destruction) and too slow. The hardest scars - those on people of Osijek, take the longest time to heal.

contrasts

by Aurorae

A lot of things are under construction in Osijek, they are renovating and rebuilding the city. However, some renovated facades would often stand next to those which need renovation, so you'll find a lot of these contrasts...

Tvrdja - the Fortress

by croisbeauty

Due to its strategic and military importance, the Austrian authorities have built Tvrdja (huge fortified complex) between 1712 and 1721. The fortress was designed by architect Maximilian de Gosseau.

The former military barraks

by croisbeauty

This Baroque staly building represents the former military barraks from the time of Austrian authorities of Osijek.
The barraks were heavily damaged in Serbian attacks in 1991, but now it is completely rebuild.

hospitable people

by Aurorae

Slavonians are very hospitable people, very friendly and warm hearted! I was so welcomed by parents of my friend, we had a wonderful lunch and chit chatting, it was very pleasant staying there and I felt at home! I have great friends in Osijek!
The best experience in culture of some place is to be with locals!

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