Hotel Aurora

Beogradski kej 49b, Novi Sad, 21000, Serbia
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Hostel "Evangelina" Reviews

by stardom66

Hi guys,

My friend and I are thinking about staying at hostel evangelina during exit festival this year, and just wondering what you guys think of that place? anyone stayed there before?

any comment would be very much appreciated.

Re: Hostel "Evangelina" Reviews

by sanjica

Vila Evandjelina is a small hotel, in Sremska Kamenica which is one of the parts of Novi Sad across the river, it is about 10km away from Novi Sad downtown, and about 6km away from Petrovaradin where Exite site is..
anyways, you should only worry about the traffic, because it is going to be too crowded on the way to the festival..so I suggest to find accommodation in Petrovaradin or downtown of Novi Sad, that way you dont need a car, you can walk..
in case you need more info let me know..

Travel Tips for Novi Sad

Novi Sad by night

by Aurorae

A view from Petrovaradin to the city by night. Petrovaradin is a perfect spot for the night views as you can see all the city lights like on the palm, and at the same time it is perfectly romantic, quiet place with a breeze always....

Danube Bridges

by miman

Eight bridges over the River Danube were destroyed or damaged during NATO's campaign against Yugoslavia in 1999. Three of these bridges were in Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina in northern Serbia.
The graceful Sloboda ("Freedom") Bridge opened in 1981 and carried the 6-lane Novi Sad - Sremska Kamenica road across the River Danube. It is sometimes referred to as the Kamenica Bridge. Designed by Prof. Dr. Nikola Hajdin the bridge was the pride of Yugoslavian engineering. Around 20:00 hours on 3 April 1999 the bridge was disabled by three NATO missiles.
Formerly called the Marshall Tito Bridge, the Varadin Bridge was built in 1946 and became one of the symbols of Novi Sad. It carried pedestrians and light traffic across the Danube, although was defined by NATO as a "strategic target" and was the first bridge to be attacked, at 05:00 hours on 1 April 1999. The lowest bridge on the middle and lower section of the Danube, this bridge caused problems to Danube shipping at times of high water. Vessels had to lower their masts to pass under and were sometimes forced to wait until water levels dropped to allow sufficient air draught. An ambitious scheme to raise the bridge by two metres to provide suitable clearance had been planned.
The first permanent crossing to be opened in Novi Sad following the NATO campaign was the Rainbow road bridge, built on the pillars of the Varadin Bridge (heightened by 2.5m to provide sufficient clearance for river vessels) and opened in October 2000.
International trains via Budapest to Belgrade could proceed no further than Novi Sad following the destruction of the Zezelj Bridge. The replacement railway bridge was a priority to the Yugoslavian government and was opened by Slobodan Milosevic in May 2000. However the bridge is very much a temporary structure and will need a more substantial replacement in the next few years. The bridge consists of a single flushed railway track, so road traffic crosses in turn except when a train is crossing. The old Varadin Bridge...

spring floods

by Aurorae

Often in spring Danube floods around, and where once there was a path, there can be water, so beware where you're steppng!
I find the trees coming out of water especially lovely!
You can also run onto various dogs snooping around and taking a swim in the Danube.

relaxed city

by elsebeth

if you have spend some time in Belgrade you will probably have noticed that people there are busy. They run faster. They are more concerned about fashion as well.

In Novi Sad things are slower. They dress more casual, and it doesnt mean it doesnt look good just different.
People seem to sit in the cafes all day taking it more easy. What you can do today you can always do tomorrow.

4 seasons

by PiceaOmorika

As far as we have 4 seasons, you should take proper stuff.
Winter-can be chilly, Spring-average temp. 20 degrees Celsius, Summer-can be really hot but not extreamly humid, Autumn-same as spring Nice pair of shoes for going out
Flip flops for sightseeing and walking, for beach
Comfortable snickers Bandages, patches...all reachable in farmacies.
Mosquito repellents only if you go to a summer cottages near the river. Internet cafes are all over the place. You can easily burn a cd.

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