Vila Vigor

Jozef Atile 2, Novi Sad, 21000, Serbia
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budapest buy bus or train

by hamdouch

hi i will be in novisad during the exit festival then i will go to budapest.
so i ask about how to go there from novisad the time price station and all information about bus or train if it have in novisad .if not from belgrade to budapest..
i will be be very happy if we help me thanks a looooooooooottttt.

Re: budapest buy bus or train

by delcity

try this site ( ) pages available in english and some other languages. if you decide on english/british click on the uk/british flag.
do not be surprised when you look at the first english page that it seems that the site may only have information on forms of non local public transport in czech only.
the site has information on forms of non local public transport for all of europe and some of the middle east.

Re: budapest buy bus or train

by andrea.d

There are direct trains from Novi Sad to Budapest twice a day: at 08:10 and 23:28. Here is the website, it's in english:

Re: budapest buy bus or train

by GyuriFT

it is much cheaper to buy in Novi Sad the Beograd-Budapest ticket (15 Euro) than the Novi Sad-Budapest ticket (19.46 Euro). The reason: there is a "Budapest Special" discount.

However, since both Beograd-Budapest trains stop at Novi Sad, you can board them with the "Budapest Special" ticket.

Travel Tips for Novi Sad

Take an evening stroll down...

by greencard

Take an evening stroll down Zmaj Jovina street, which is a pedestrian area downtown between the City Hall and the Orthodox Church administrative building. This is a wide street full of caf?s, stores, kiosks and street vendors. As the weather gets warmer, the street gets fuller and fuller and the cafés outdoor seating areas remain packed until late in the night.

In September, this area of downtown becomes a stage for a children's festival named after one of Serbian most famous poets, Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj. There are poetry readings, singing, dancing, all done by kids not older than 8th grade. Very cute.

Fruska gora

by miman

Fruska gora is an isolated, narrow, island mountain in Pannonia plain. It is intended by river courses extending to the south and north, with some side ranges with steep slopes, spreading from the main narrow range. Its location, specific geological history and different microclimatic conditions make it very interesting and important to science. Thanks to unique and very rich deposits of fossil fauna and flora, Fruska gora is called the 'mirror of geological past'. Fruska gora hides 17 orthodox monasteries famous for their specific architecture, treasuries, libraries and frescoes and numerous archeological sites from prehistoric and historic times as well.
Due to its outstanding natural resources, wonderful landscapes, exceptional charm and beauty, that will bring you closer to nature, Fruska gora is ideal place for rest and recreation.

Internet Cafes

by Aurorae

In case you want to know where to access the Internet...

Vladike Cirica st. 12
Tel.: 021/ 471 - 010

Blv. Oslobodjenja 100
Tel.: 021/ 614 – 990

Strazilovska 10
Tel. 021/21-023

Ilije Ognjanovica 8

Narodnog fronta 53
Tel. 021/468-777

Bul. oslobodjenja 63
tel. 021/22-239

Futoska str. 4


by mikey_e

Architecture in Novi Sad varies greatly, although the vast majority of it dates from the mid-19th century onward (the riots of the Revolution of 1848 caused widespread destruction in the city). Outside of the city’s nucleus, which is around Trg slobode and north of it, the styles of construction are not always very pleasing. As you move away from the centre towards the Danube (that is, to the south) Socialist-era buildings dominate, like a plague that has blighted the city. Novi Sad’s railway station is also Socialist-era, but there is considerably more new development in that part of the city, by which I mean post-Socialist, giving Novi Sad a bit more of a modern feel.

Park games

by Aurorae

Hanging out in the parks is one of the favourite weekend pastimes, especially for kids! The city park in the center is packed, and you can find kids and parents jumping around and chasing the ball, or parents sitting comfortably at benches and watching. It's very active and lively in the parks for the weekend!


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