Hotel Car-Royal Apartments

Cara Dusana 71, Novi Sad, 21000, Serbia
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travel from novi sad to split

by smellyrabbit

just wanted some information on the best,cheapest and quickest ways of getting from novi sad to split after or during the exit festival. i have looked at a few options but one of them was by trian but it was going to take a full day with 3 changes. it may be that im looking at the wrong web sites so if anyone can point me in the right direction i would be most greatfull,thanx.

Re: travel from novi sad to split

by MacedonianUK

From Novi Sad best, fastest & cheapest is to get train to Zagreb, and from there bus to Split.
www.zeleznicesrbije.com for time tables to Zagreb.
Once you get to Zagreb you can get bus,timetables & prices for Split,on Zagreb's bus station site. All can be found at www.akz.hr
Happy travels.
MacedonianUK

Re: travel from novi sad to split

by Permanente

How about taking the bus back to Belgrade and change to the bus to Split? Bus is the most common means of tranpsortation there, it is not expensive and usually much better than the trains. I took a quick glance and it seems there are 2 buses from BEG to SPU daily, departing at 19/20 h. Novi Sad to Belgrade is also not a problem, as there are few buses per hour... Links: bus station in Belgrade with timetable: www.bas.rs, in Novi Sad www.gspns.rs

Re: travel from novi sad to split

by andrea.d

There is a direct bus line from Novi Sad to Split every day. The bus leaves at 10pm from Novi Sad, and arrives to Split at 1.30pm the following day (approximately 13 hours journey). The ticket is 3980 dinars, which is around 42 euro at the moment. Since you will be traveling during the tourist season, it might be a good idea to book the ticket few days before your trit. That can easily be done at the bus station in Novi Sad.
Hope this was helpful,

Andrea

Re: travel from novi sad to split

by davidferguson

Hi, do you have details for the return bus? And a website / phone number to book on?

Am looking to travel from Split to Novi Sad on Wednesday 8th July for Exit. I have found an 8am bus (https://www.eufest.com/exit/transport), but would like to find an afternoon one so we are travelling overnight...

The alternative is looking like a long train journey via Zagreb...

Thanks.

Re: travel from novi sad to split

by andrea.d

There is only one direct line from Split to Novi Sad daily and that's what you found. The alternative is to take a bus from Split to Belgrade, and then from Belgrade to Novi Sad.
There are 2 buses daily from Split for Belgrade. Leaving at 20.30h and 22h, and arriving to Belgrade at 9am and 9.30am.
Then from Belgrade you have buses for Novi Sad every 15min or so, and the journey takes 1h15min.

Travel Tips for Novi Sad

Novi Sad

by goga4444

Novi Sad is the capital of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. It is divided in two municipalities: Novi Sad and Petrovaradin Beatufull architecture and people , nice atmisphere.

offifial site of Novi Sad :
http://www.gradnovisad.org.yu/english/index.htm

The Liberty Bridge

by Drphoto

The Liberty Bridge was a true masterpiece as it was the second largest in the world in its class. Prof. Nikola Hajdin designed it and the contractor was "Mostogradnja" from Belgrade, with co-operation of Hungarian and Swiss construction companies. Total length of the bridge was 1312 m, with two pillars that were 60 m high and slanted joints. The bridge was 27,6 m wide and it connected the Bulevar of 23rd October (Bulevar oslobodjenja today) and Miseluk. The exit to Srem side was through the two tunnel tubes while the traffic across the bridge was carried out along three lanes in both directions, with footpaths and safety belt aside. The bridge was built in the curve of the river and its construction weighed 9.700 tons. The construction was assembled out of welded parts that were manufactured in Hungary. The main span between the piers was 361 m and yokes were composed of 48 steel ropes that were slanted in the centre of the bridge. It was destroyed on April 3rd, 1999 at 07.55 p.m. Subsequent analyses proved that the bridge could be reconstructed...And IT WILL BE !

FC Vojvodina

by Drphoto

In the middle of the photo you can see the lighting of the FC Vojvodina stadium. They were champions of Serbia and Montenegro (Yugoslavia) twice. The club was established in 1914. and the champions seasons were 1965/66 and 1988/89.

Romantic Danube views

by Aurorae

Walking bzy the Danube quay is very romantic. The view at Petrovaradin old fortress and the Clock Tower is very pretty, and if you consider the proximity of the city center, this comes even more convenient. Just a few steps away you'll find yourself in a very pleasent surroundings, facing gorgeous sights.

picnic by the river

by Aurorae

Many people (especially youngsters) are enjoying their leisure time by the river, reading, relaxing or making a picnic with friends. People bring guitars, booze, snacks and even grill for the barbecue, and nest beside the river for a pleasurable day.

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