Hotel Panorama Garni

1a Futoksa, Novi Sad, 2100, Serbia
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Zagreb to Novi sad

by mizrat

I am going from a festival in Croatia (near Zadar) straight on to Exit festival in Novi Sad on the 8th or 9th july. There is not enough space left on the official Exit bus from Zagreb to Novi sad. Any ideas on the best option of travel?

Thanks!

Re: Zagreb to Novi sad

by MacedonianUK

Train or bus to Belgrade then onwards to Novi Sad
www.akz.hr for buses from Zagreb
www.bas.rs from belgrade to Novi Sad
trains from Zagreb to Belgrade:
www.hznet.hr
first train to Belgrade is at 7.05am only stops in Banova Jaruga.

MacedonianUK

Travel Tips for Novi Sad

The Pontoon Bridge

by Drphoto

Connection between Novi Sad and Petrovaradin, Kamenica and Srem was the priority for the city after NATO bombing.
The pontoon bridge was built on the barges as the "first aid" device for people living on two banks of the same city. It is not the nice one, but IT WORKS !
From the Petrovaradin Fortress, even the pontoon bridge looks fantastic !!!

More info

by PiceaOmorika

www.novisadtourism.com Tip:
When booking your accommodation if you want to stay in a B&B or hotel, see if they have a website or email contact. If they have, then generally they’re going to have modern amenities. if you’re not fussy and just need somewhere where you can clean yourself up, and get some quiet sleep, most will do the job as long as you’re not fussy about the decoration.

New - Old Bridges

by miman

Freedom Bridge is a bridge on the Danube river in Novi Sad, Serbia. The bridge was built in 1981 and destroyed during NATO bombardment on April 4, 1999. It was rebuilt in 2005 and reopened on October 7, same year. THE TOTAL LENGTH of the Sloboda (Freedom) Bridge is 1,312 m and its width is 27.68 m. On the bridge there are 6 carriageways, two footways, two safety lanes and one verge (between the opposite directions of the traffic circulation) where the pylons and oblique tie-rods are positioned in the main structure. The longitudinal inclination of the bridge varies from 2% to 4%. The bridge is supported on 23 piers with their foundation on drilled HW system piles, except for one shore pier. The piers in the Danube were executed under the protection of the dike dam, and on the bank in the sheet-pile walls and in pits. The main steel structure is a system of beam with oblique cables anchored in the pylons and in the beam in twelve places, with interior span.

Spring Flowers

by Aurorae

When the spring comes, Novi Sad community takes care of the town so well, they plant the most beautiful flowers all over the town, including the train station, which is no place for sight seeing and relax for sure. It's incredible how refreshing the flowers can be - they break the monotony of concrete and bring colour and vividity to grey streets.

Happy New Year

by miman

In the Eastern Orthodox Church, the New Year is on 14 January (1 January in the Julian Calendar). Many in the countries where Eastern Orthodoxy predominates celebrate both the Gregorian and Julian New Year holidays, with the Gregorian day celebrated as a civic holiday, and the Julian date as the "Old New Year", a religious holiday.
Like in most countries that use the Gregorian calendar, the New Year's Day in Serbia is a public holiday and is celebrated on January 1. On that day, lots of joyous entertainment and fireworks and other festivities, and elaborate and often large meals are common.
The New Year by the Julian calendar is still informally observed and the tradition of celebrating the coming of the New Year twice is widely enjoyed.
Usually not as festive as the true New Year, for many this is a nostalgic family holiday ending the New Year holiday cycle.

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