Contents:
1. Where are we?
1.1. Serbia.................................................................................................1
1.2 Vojvodina...........................................................................................2
1.3 Novi Sad.............................................................................................4
2. How to get here?
2.1 By plane..............................................................................................6
2.2 By train...............................................................................................7
2.3 By bus.................................................................................................8
2.4 By car..................................................................................................8
2.5 By hitchhiking ..................................................................................9
2.6 Getting around Novi Sad...............................................................10
3. How can I reach Ribnjak......................................................................10
4. ‘’Don’t forget’’ list..................................................................................12
5. Other useful info
5.1 Money (credit cards).......................................................................13
5.2 Mobile networks, area codes, internet & power supply.............13
5.3 Banks, post offices & shops............................................................13
5.4 Medical care & important numbers..............................................13
6. Useful phrases........................................................................................14
7. Prices......................................................................................................15
8. Contact us!.............................................................................................16
9. Before and after the course..................................................................16
1. Where are we?
Welcome!
1.1 What are your first thoughts when you hear the name Serbia ?
Serbia is a beautiful country which you will have a chance to meet, explore and fall in love during
this event. It’s located in both Central and South-eastern Europe and its territory covers the
southern part of the Pannonian Plain and central part of the Balkans. You can see us shining on
this map.
Republic of Serbia (Republika Srbija) is composed of regions, districts, and municipalities. Serbia
is divided into 5 regions: Vojvodina, Belgrade, Šumadija & Western Serbia, Southern & Eastern
Serbia and Kosovo & Metohija. In addition, the regions of Vojvodina (in the north) and Kosovo
and Metohija (in the south) are also autonomous provinces.
This great area of 88.361 km2 is inhabited with 7,186,862 people excluding Kosovo (in 2011).
The capital is Belgrade (Beograd), with a population of 1,6 million, it is the administrative,
ecnomic and cultural center of Serbia.
The official language in Serbia is Serbian, and the script in official use is Cyrillic, while Latin
script is also used. In the areas inhabited by ethnic minorities, the languages and scripts of the
minorities are in official use, as provided by law.
The main religion in Serbia is Christian Orthodox. There are also other religious communities in
Serbia: Roman Catholic, Islamic, Protestant, Jewish and other.
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The monetary unit is the Serbian Dinar (RSD, local abbreviation din). Euro is not accepted,
so you will have to change it in an official exchange office. Exchange rate may vary, but it is
approximately:
1€ ≈ 116 RSD
para = 1/100 din (as cent in EURO)
*Coins: 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 Dinars
*Banknotes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 Dinars
Climate:
The Serbian climate is a continental climate in the north, with cold winters, and hot, humid
summers with well distributed rainfall patterns. The temperature may vary from -15 C° in the
winter to +40 C° in summer. Average temperature in spring is 12 C° to 23 C°
1.2 Vojvodina
Autonomous province of Vojvodina is one of two autonomous provinces of Serbia. Vojvodina
is located in the northern part of the country. Novi Sad is the largest city in Vojvodina, and the
second largest city in Serbia. Vojvodina has a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural identity. It has six
official languages and 26 ethnic groups in the province.
The fertile plains of Vojvodina are dotted with wheat fields, cornfields, vineyards and orchards,
connected by irrigation and drainage canals between the large Danube and Tisa rivers, as well
as the Sava, Tamiš, Begej and Nera rivers and the streams of Fruška Gora mountain. Major
waterways divide Vojvodina into Bačka, Banat and Srem.
The distinctive landscape of the Pannonian Plain is also sprinkled with lonely, old draw-wells
in the fields and windmills which once harnessed the power of the wind to grind wheat. Horses
gallop around the spacious plain, either harnessed into carriages or mounted in one of the many
Vojvodina’s stables.
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The blend of people, languages, faiths and cultures, which live in harmony and with
mutual respect, brighten up the towns and villages of Vojvodina, creating wonderful diversity in the
architecture of houses and yards, the style of furniture in guest rooms, the colours and decorations
of national dresses, the taste of food, the music and folklore and folk and religious customs.
Vojvodinian farmsteads (salaši), scattered across the fields, made the move from
agriculture to tourism a long time ago. Isolated from the rest of the world, they captivate
visitors with their old-worldly charm and preserve the traditions of Vojvodina. Many of them have
existed for over 200 years and over time have become museums capturing the old way of life on the
plains – household items which the former residents used in the fields, in the home or garden.
Stone ovens transform the energy of Vojvodinian forests into the warmth found in the guest rooms
of farmsteads. There are sweet-smelling quinces or jars of slatko (sweet preserve) standing on the
old wardrobes, and in the evening there are spacious beds to lie down on, with large but light
feather duvets.
In Vojvodina, 5.5% of the total area is occupied by natural resources that are under some sort
of protection. In these areas there are over 300 plants and animals species, that have the status
of natural rarities. Under the protection areas are National Park, 14 special nature reserve, 6
nature parks, 4 outstanding landscapes, 25 nature reserve and 166 monuments of nature. Some of
protected nature beauty near Novi Sad is national park Fruška Gora, nature reserve
Koviljsko-petrovaradinski rit, monuments of nature tree Koprivić, mammoth skull, Futoški and
Dunavski park.
Fruška Gora, the only mountain in the Vojvodina plain, is not just a national park and a place
rich in natural attractions, but is also the home of 17 Orthodox monasteries, well-known for
their architecture, rich stores of treasures, libraries and frescoes, some of them dating back to
the 12th century. Krušedol, Ravanica, Grgeteč, Staro and Novo Hopovo and Jazak are among the
better-known monasteries on Fruška Gora.
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1.3 Novi Sad
Novi Sad (in Cyrilic Нови Сад) is the second largest city in Serbia. It’s a home of the provincial
government and at the same time the administrative center of the South Bačka District. The total
land area of the city is 699 square kilometres (270 sq mi), while the urban area is 129.7 km2 (50 sq mi).
The city’s population is 231,798, while in urban area (including adjacent settlements of Petrovaradin,
Sremska Kamenica, Veternik and Futog) there are 277,522 inhabitants.
Novi Sad is a typical Central European town.
There are only a few buildings dating before
19th century, because the city was almost
totally destroyed during the 1848/1849
revolution, so the architecture from 19th
century dominates the city center. Around
the center, old small houses used to dominate
the cityscape, but they are being replaced by
modern multi-story buildings.
Tourism
Every year, in the beginning of July, during the annual EXIT music festival, the city is full of
young people from all over Europe. First edition of Exit took place back in 2000 and since 2002
it became world wide famous with 250.000 visitors. EXIT was crowned ‘Best Major Festival‘ at
the 5th annual European Festival Awards, which took place at Groningen’s De Oosterport in The
Netherlands in January 2014. Festival fans from all over the world and the EFA jury contributed
to EXIT’s win, beating 9 other finalists to the coveted title.
Besides EXIT festival, Novi Sad Fair attracts many business people into the city. In May, the city
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is home to the biggest agricultural show in the region, which 600,000 people visited in 2005. There
is also a tourist port near Varadin Bridge in the city centre welcoming various river cruise vessels
from across Europe who cruise on Danube river.
The most recognized structure in Novi Sad is Petrovaradin Fortress, which dominates the area and
offers wonderful scenic view of the city. Besides the fortress, there is also historic neighborhood of
Stari Grad, with many monuments, museums, caffe shops, restaurants and shops. There is also a
National Park of Fruška Gora nearby, approx. 20 km (12 mi) from city center.
Museums
The city has several museums and galleries, public and privately owned. The most well known
museum in the city is Museum of Vojvodina, founded by Matica srpska in 1847, which houses a
permanent collection of Serbian culture and a life in Vojvodina through history. Museum of Novi
Sad in Petrovaradin Fortress has a permanent collection of history of fortress.
Sports and recreation
The most popular sport in the city, besides basketball, handball and volleyball, is definitely
football. There are many football pitches in Novi Sad’s neighborhoods, as well as in every town
and village in the suburbs. Besides Vojvodina, which played in the Serbian Super League and was
one of the best clubs in the former Yugoslavia and is also today one of the best clubs in the country.
Apart from the culture of attending sports events, people from Novi Sad participate in a
wide range of recreational and leisure activities. Football and basketball are the most popular
participation team sports in Novi Sad. Cycling is also a very popular in Novi Sad. Novi Sad’s flat
terrain and extensive off-road paths in the mountainous part of town, in Fruška Gora is conducive
to riding. Hundreds of commuters cycle the roads, bike lanes and bike paths daily.
What does the name of the city mean?
The name Novi Sad means “New Plantation” (noun) in Serbian. Its Latin name, stemming from
establishment of city rights, is “Neoplanta”. The official names of Novi Sad used by the local
administration are:
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Serbian: Нови Сад, Novi Sad
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Hungarian: Újvidék
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Slovak: Nový Sad
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Rusyn: Нови Сад
Historically, it was also called “Neusatz” in German.
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2. How to get here?
2.1 By plane
The biggest international airport in Serbia is Nikola Tesla airport near Belgrade.
Air Serbia is the national air company, but its tickets usually are not so cheap. There are also many
more companies that are flying from this airport. You can find list of cities with direct connection
here: http://www.airserbia.com/en/home/main_menu/destinacije.html
There are basically only 3 low budget companies flying to Serbia, German- wings, Norwegian,
Wizzair.
Sometimes it is much cheaper to fly to some of the surrounding countries and then come to Novi
Sad by train/bus. Budapest (round trip by train 22€), Timisioara (~25€), Sofia (~35€), Zagreb
(40€) and Bucharest (96€). There are some taxi companies, that will pick you up at almost any
time from the airport, companies usually with double prices and with the journey that takes much
less time.
Nikola Tesla airport is located ~15km north from Belgrade.
It takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes to get from the airport to Novi Sad by car, so you can go
with organized transportation, that is the fastest and easiest way, it costs between 15 and 30 euro
(depend on time of your arrival, so is there more travelers or you are the only one. Usually the
biggest price is when you arrive in the middle of the night). If you decide to travel like this, you
have to contact us, so we can call the agency and arrange it for you.
You can also take bus or taxi from the airport to Belgrade bus/train station, and then catch a bus
or train from there to Novi Sad. Price for train is from 300 to 500 dinars, and for bus around 750
dinars.
Don’t just take any cab, be sure that you checked prices in a few cabs. The regular price should not
be more than 10-15€ (but you pay in dinars, first you have to change the euro to dinar). Always
check the price before entering a taxi!
If you are going by bus, you should take bus number 72 which goes from Airport “Nikola Tesla”
to Zeleni Venac. Bus goes from 05:20 until 00:00 hours; departs every 30 minutes and the price of
ticket is 75 RSD (if bought on newsstand), 170 RSD (if bought in the bus). When you get to Zeleni
Venac (point A on the map below), you can go by foot to the bus/train station (B).
It’s easy, don’t worry :)
And if you have any questions,
just contact us!
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2.2 By train
Ah, that trains. Travelling by train is the most interesting and the cheapest one, not only in
Serbia, but in whole Europe. For example one-way ticket to Belgrade costs around 300 RSD by
passenger and 500 by Inter-city train (reservation included). It’s correct that you can travel faster
with a plane, but if you want exciting and funny way to come to troll region, train is the BEST
choice, can’t argue with that :)
As we live in this beautiful digital era, everything is at your fingertips, and that’s the case with train
schedule. Here are some useful links you would love to check:
Serbian railways timetable http://w3.srbrail.rs/zsredvoznje/?lang=en
On this link you can check out the trains with direct connection via two cities and you can find
all you need, like rang, departure, arrival and delay time and prices (under See more button). One
more tip, names of the cities are on Serbian language (Belgrade is Beograd…)
Novi Sad has direct connection with Budapest, Prague, Bratislava, Kiev and Moscow. It is also
connected via Belgrade with Munich, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Venice, Skopje, Sofia, Bucharest and
Timisoara. So if you are coming from north, west and north-east, you will can come to Novi
Sad via Budapest or Ljubljana and Zagreb via Belgrade. Friends from south and east will go via
Belgrade.
You can also use this official app from Serbian railways:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=zs.redvoznje
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DeutcheBahn http://www.bahn.com/i/view/GBR/en/index.shtml
Briefly, Germans are gods in this field. You can totally trust them if it’s something about trains.
Almost every country use their page for international travelling.
Rail planner https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.hafas.android.eurail
Backpackers are well acquainted with this application, and it doesn’t require internet connection.
2.3 By bus
2.4 By car
Novi Sad city station is connected with most of larger cities in Europe.
If you are coming from Belgrade you will have a bus every 10-20 minutes and
it will cost around 700 dinars. It is a good idea to ask for a bus which goes via
motorway (“auto-put”) since it will travel at least 40 minutes less that for buses
going through villages.
Here is the timetable for buses: http://www.gspns.rs/red-voznje-medjumesni.
php?selected_lang=eng
Keep in mind: “Polasci” or the word “Polazak” means departure(s) and
“Dolasci” or “Dolazak” arrival(s).
Novi Sad lies on E75 international motorway (“Corridor 10”), so it is also easy-reachable by car.
In case you are coming from Croatia, you would have to follow E70 highway to Belgrade and then
go north to Novi Sad. While most of the trip is easy, getting off E75 can be really difficult so it is
strongly advised to contact us if you choose this method of traveling.
Highway tolls:
Serbia:
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Subotica - Novi Sad (E-75 from Hungary) - 3 EUR
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Leskovac - Nis (E-75 from Macedonia) - 2 EUR
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Nis - Belgrade - 6.5 EUR
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Belgrade - Novi Sad (E-75) - 2.5 EUR
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Sid - Belgrade (from Croatia) - 3.5 EUR
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Note: Toll is paid on special checkpoints on the highway, its pretty hard to miss it.
Total toll price for foreign vehicles:
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from Croatia - 6 EUR
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from Hungary - 3 EUR
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from Macedonia - 8.5 EUR
As for the other countries, these are the highway tolls for some of the transit countries:
Hungary:
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10 day e-vignette - 2 975 HUF (10 EUR)
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1 month e-vignette - 4 780 HUF (16 EUR)
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Note: You must have a valid vignette when entering a toll road!
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Croatia:
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15 EUR (E-70 from Bregana to Lipovac)
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Note: You pick up a card when entering the highway and pay the toll when leaving it.
Slovenia:
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7 day vignette - 15 EUR
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1 month vignette - 30 EUR
Slovakia:
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7 day vignette - 7 EUR
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1 month vignette - 14 EUR
Macedonia:
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Transit from Greece to Serbia - 160 MKD (3 EUR)
Gas prices:
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Serbia - 1.35 EUR
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Bosnia - 1.25 EUR
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Croatia - 1.43 EUR
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Slovenia - 1.5 EUR
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Hungary - 1.40 EUR
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Slovakia - 1.5 EUR
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Austria - 1.45 EUR
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Greece - 1.72 EUR
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Macedonia - 1.35 EUR
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Romania - 1.35 EUR
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Moldova - 0.98 EUR
Note: prices are not completely accurate, they are likely bigger on highways.
2.5 By hitchhiking
If you are hitchhiking to Novi Sad by highway E75 (either from north or south), and your driver is
not stopping in Novi Sad, then get of at the only exit to Novi Sad on the highway, and walk a short
distance, 5 minutes max, to the bus stop (across the gas station) and take the bus number 5 to the
city, the last stop is at the railway station, be advised that you will need Serbian dinars to buy the
bus ticket, and they do not accept credit cards in the bus.
Hitchhiking to Novi Sad by roads other than highway usually works, and people are stopping quite
often, but they usually go shorter distances, so if you are far from Novi Sad, then better look on
the map where you are, and the next bigger town in your way, and hitchhike to there, and then
continue on from there.
All the additional information on hitchhiking to us, or in general
you can find on the hitchwiki.org.
Good luck! :)
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2.6 Getting around Novi Sad
You will notice that Novi Sad is not that big and it’s built in a circle so it’s very easy to get around.
We have public transport, our blue buses.
Here is the map of their routs:
http://www.gspns.rs/mreza-linija.php?selected_lang=eng
You can click on the map and zoom it.
And here is the timetable:
http://www.gspns.rs/red-voznje.php?selected_lang=eng
Also our taxis are quite cheap. They are around 2-3euros per ride in the city limits.
Plese pay attention to the names of taxi cars. These ones are cheap:
Delta: 00 381 21 553 333
Vojvodjanski: 00 381 21 533 222
SOS taxi: 00381 21 450 400
Crveni taxi: 00 381 21 44 55 77
Vip: 00 381 21 444 000
You can even find taxi this way: http://www.taxiproxy.com/Home/ChooseCity
3. How can I reach Ribnjak?
Name of your destination: hostel “Hajdučka noć”
address: RIBNJAK-Donji put 79
If you have hard time pronouncing that, just write it on a piece of paper and show to cab driver or
a stranger on a street if you want to brag about where you are going. ;)
Ok, so you are:
1. or at the bus/train station (it is on the same place, just 50 meters apart) in Novi Sad
2. or in a taxi going from airport to Novi Sad,
and you have to come to awesome place Ribnjak where will be held our never forgotten course. :)
So, some directions for that trip:
If you are in a organized taxi transportation, you can ask how much more you have to pay if he
is going to take you all the way to Ribnjak, if that is not more than around 300 dinars that is ok.
If they don’t want to drive you to the Ribnjak, just tell them to drop you off at the Hotel Putnik in
city centre where you can find taxi station.
If you are at the train/bus station you can take a cab, around 500 dinars, but be aware to take a
licensed car (has to have a TX on theirs registration number).
If you are adventurer and you don’t like taking the easy way, you can go by foot or by bus (if you
go by bus, you will be walking around 20 minutes at last, because the bus stop is not so close to
Ribnjak).
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If you go by foot, you have to walk from bus station to the bridge (most Slobode), just straight
ahead, you will need around 40 minutes. Then you cross the bridge by foot. You will see the stairway close to the end of the bridge (before tunnels), there you go down and you will have to go by
old road from there to address “Donji put 79”(look at the pictures).
If you decided to go by bus and you are on a bus station than take bus number 4, 7, 11b, 69, 71
(just ask if the direction is to the bridge) than you get out of the bus on the station that is closest to
bridge. You cross the bridge by foot. You will see the stairway close to the end of the bridge (before
tunnels), there you go down and you will have to go by old road from there to address “Donji put
79”. :) (Bus ticket can be bought inside the bus and it cost 55 dinars.)
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4. Don’t forget list
1. A good mood and positive energy!
2. Passport (except for holders of EU passports and citizens of Switzerland, Norway
and Iceland who can enter Serbia with their ID)
3. Visa* if you need one (please check)
4. Health/Travel insurance -have in mind that your regular health insurance won’t
cover your trip
5. Money-pocket money and fee
6. Clothes
7. Slippers for bathroom
8. Toothbrush and other necessary accessories
9. Towels
10. Small backpack
11. Medication (if you need any)
12. Camera and cable-if you have one
13. National food, drinks, flag and other stuff for international evening
14. Sleeping bag-just in case
15. Swimsuit
* Contact and information from Serbian embassies
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5. Other useful info
5.1 Money (credit cards)
International credit cards Visa, Master Card, Diners are accepted in most shops, airline
companies, hotels and restaurants.
5.2 Mobile networks, area codes, internet & power supply
Mobile networks
Serbia has 3 mobile phone operators – Telekom Srbije (mt:s), Telenor and VIP. You can buy SIM
cards at almost every kiosk. They cost around 200 dinars and you get 200 dinars of credit and it is
better (read cheaper) option to buy and use it while you are here than using roaming. You can also
consider using VoIP services.
Area codes
Phone code for Serbia is +381, for Belgrade (0)11, for Novi Sad (0)21. For international calls from
Serbia dial “00” + “code of the desired country” + “code for the city”. You can find codes for other
cities here.
Internet
There is wireless at almost every café and at certain places around the city.
Power supply
220V, 50Hz (usual for continental Europe)
5.3 Banks & Post offices & shops
On week days they are open from 08:00 to 19:00. On Saturday they are open from 08:00 to 15:00.
On Sunday most of them are closed.
Shops
Grocery stores are open daily from 06:00 to 22:00, including Saturday, while on Sunday they are
open from 08:00 to 14:00. There are also stores open 24 hours a day. Markets are open every day
from 06:00 to 21:00.
5.4 Medical care & important numbers
Medical care
Pharmacies on working days are open from 8:00 till 21:00 on Saturdays from 8:00 till 15:00. There
are also duty pharmacies that are working round the clock. Location of some duty pharmacies in
Novi Sad are: Bulevar- Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 7, Eskular- Trg mladenaca 7, Liman- Narodnog
fronta 10, Klisa- Sentandrejski put 100.
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Duties clinics and hospitals are working round the clock. Location some of duties clinics and hospitals are: Zmaj Ognjena Vuka 19, Njegoševa 32, Clinical centar of Vojvodina- Hajduk Veljkova 1.
Important phone numbers
Police: 192
Fire service: 193
Ambulance: 194
Road Assistance (AMSS): 1987
Railway station Novi Sad: (+381) 21 443 200
Bus station Novi Sad: (+381) 21 444 896, 21 446 699, 0901 111 021
Airport “Nikola Tesla“ Belgrade: (+381) 11 209 4000
6. Useful phrases
In Serbia both Latin and Cyrillic scripts are used. Generally most signs are written in both.
Serbian and English, but still it is good idea to keep this list with you!
Personal data
Name Ime
Surname Prezime
Passport Pasoš
ID Lična karta
Street
Ulica
City
Grad
CountryDržava
Frequently used phrases
Hello Zdravo
Good morning
Dobro jutro
Bye! Zdravo
How are you? Kako si?
I don’t understand you Ne razumem te
In English, please Na engleskom, molim
Do you speak English? Govoriš li engleski?
I don’t speak Serbian
Ne govorim srpski
Yes Da
NoNe
Excuse meIzvinite
PleaseMolim vas
Thank you Hvala
Sorry Izvinite
Help!Upomoć!
My name is __
Zovem se __
I’m __ years old
Ja imam __ godina
Can you show me Možete li mi pokazati
the way to Novi Sad?
put za Novi Sad?
What time is it?
Koliko je časova?
CustomsCarina
I have nothing to declare.Nemam ništa da prijavim
Thank you very much Hvala puno
Where is the nearest __? Gde je najbliža __?
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Latin/Cyrillic Pronunciation
Train station
Železnička stanica
Bus station
Autobuska stanica
Exchange office/Bank Menjačnica/Banka
Post officePošta
BakeryPekara
RestaurantRestoran
Fast food
Brza hrana
Ticket (bus or train)
Karta
MoneyNovac, Pare
Left / Right
Levo / Desno
Up / Down
Gore / Dole
Straight ahead
Pravo napred, Samo pravo
I am lost.
Izgubio sam se. (m)
Izgubila sam se. (f)
A А like “a” in “past”
B Б as “b” in “bring”
V В as “v” in “vessel”
G Г as “g” in “go”
D Д as “d” in “dog”
Đ Ђ as “gi” in “Giaconda”
E Е like “e” in “men”
Ž Ж like French “je” in “Je t’aime”
Z З like “z” in “zoo”
I И as “i” in “in”
J Ј like “y” in “yo-yo”
K К “k” in “keep”
L Л “l” as in “love”
Lj Љ combination of L and Y, like “gl” in Italian
“tagliatelle”
M М “m” as in “make”
N Н “n” as in “nose”
Nj Њ as ň in Spanish “maňana”
O О as “o” in “lost”
P П as “p” in “peer-to-peer”
R Р as “r” in (Scottish ;) ) “road”
S С like “s” in “snow”
T Т “t” in “teach”
Ć Ћ as “ci” in Italian “ciao bella”
U У as “oo” in “look”
F Ф “f ” as in “french”
H Х “h” like “hot”
C Ц “zz” in “pizza”
Č Ч “ch” in “chear”
Dž Џ “j” in “John”
Š Ш like “sh” in “hush”
7. Prices
All prices are in dinars.
A loaf of bread 50
A liter of milk 90
A coke 150 (in a pub)
Crisps (chips) 100
A bottle of coke (2L) 120 (in a supermarket)
A liter of petrol 150
Pljeskavica (hamburger) 150
Burek (local pie) 120
A beer 180 (0,5l in a pub)
A bottle of beer 80 (in a supermarket)
Ice cream 50-100
A pack of cigarettes 170-…
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8. Contact us!
Main Organiser:
Nina Kuperašanin
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +381603901797
President:
Marko Vasiljević
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +381642376590
9. Before & after the course
If you decide to get a couple of days before the course or stay a few days after the course in Novi
Sad we suggest you to visit some of these places.
Cultural and historical places
The Museum of Vojvodina have the complex permanent exhibition in the continuity of eight
thousand years ago, presents the development of human society at present in Vojvodina. In the
area of 3,000 m2 are the 6000 representative exhibits of archeology, general history, art history and
ethnology. The Museum of Vojvodina have rich museum fund, which has about 400,000 items and
library fund over 50,000 publications.
Address: Dunavska 35-37
Work time: monday doesn’t work
tuesday-friday 9-19h
saturday-sunday 10-18h
The gallery of Matica Serbian / Matica srpska was founded in 1847. From the very beginning,
the gallery deals with collecting, preserving, studying, exhibiting and interpreting works of art of
the Serbian cultural heritage.
Address: Trg galerija 1
Work time: monday and sunday
doesn’t work
tuesday-saturday- 10-18h
friday 12-20h
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The natural history museum-Institute for protection of Novi Sad
important center for the study of the nature of Vojvodina, which
collect valuable documentary material in order to form the study
collection of Natural Materials. It is divided into two parts Zoological and Botanical.
Address: Radnička 20a
Work time: monday-saturday 8-16h
sunday - doesn’t work
Fast food grill Gyromania
In this fast food grill you can find the best
gyros in Novi Sad. You can choose gyros from
chicken or pork meat. Also, there are other
specialties that you should try. If you don’t like
dishes with meat there is always good French
fries. :)
Address: Maksima Gorkog 1
Work time: monday-friday 8-2h
saturday-sunday 00-24h
Cafes and clubs
Café and pub Dva psa/Two dogs
Nice café in down town of Novi Sad where you can drink
coffee of or beer during the day or at night you can have
great time with good music and drink.
Address: Zmaj Jovina 12 (in passage)
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Pub Captain Jack
This is a pub where you can have a great time
every night with good music and nice people.
Place where you can drink
a great cocktails.
Address: Svetozara Miletića 15
Gerila bar
Nice bar with with beautiful and spacious yard where
you can have a nice time with great music and good
beer.
Address: Dunavska 17 (in passage)
WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU
IN NOVI SAD!
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