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Novi Sad is located in the Pannonian valley, at the crossroads of the river Corridor VII and inland Corridor X and it is easily accessible from all directions and by all means of transport. The City is located on the European highway direction E-75 that connects the central with the southern and eastern part of the continent, and only fifty kilometres from it passes another road direction, E-70, that connects the western and eastern Europe. The border crossings with Croatia, Hungary, Romania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina are from 50 to 120 kilometres away from Novi Sad.
The Railway Station is located in the traffic centre of the city, at the beginning of Bulevar Oslobođenja, immediately beside the bus station that represents the starting point for many city and suburban bus lines. Novi Sad is one of the stations on the route of the international train Vienna-Budapest-Belgrade-Istanbul. From March 2022, a high-speed double-decker intercity train called “Soko” will be put in operation on the Belgrade – Novi Sad route, with the reconstructed and modernized railway. Stewards and stewardesses, who serve coffee, tea and food, are in charge of the comfort in the fast train, which develops a speed of 200 kilometres per hour on one section. Free internet is also provided in the train. In addition to this train, the passengers travelling between the two largest Serbian cities are transported by regional express and regional trains.
1. Trains to Subotica
Due to the construction of the high-speed railway Novi Sad – Subotica – the state border of Kelebija, the section Rasputnica Sajlovo – Vrbas – Aleksandrovo Predgrađe has been continuously closed since April 7. During the suspension of railway traffic between Novi Sad and Subotica, trains will run on the main auxiliary transport route Novi Sad/Novi Sad Ranžirna – Rasputnica Sajlovo – Odžaci – Bogojevo – Sombor – Subotica and additional auxiliary transport route Novi Sad/Novi Sad Ranžirna – Rasputnica Sajlovo – Rimski Šančevi – Orlovat – Zrenjanin – Banatsko Miloševo – Senta – Subotica.
2. Departures from Novi Sad Ranžirna station
Since March 3, the traffic of trains for the transport of passengers from the Novi Sad main railway station to Novi Sad Ranžirna station has been relocated due to works on the part of the Novi Sad main railway station – Rasputnica Sajlovo railway. Trains for the transport of passengers that operated on the line Novi Sad – Sombor – Subotica – Novi Sad, will run from and to the Novi Sad Ranžirna station according to the same timetable as from the Novi Sad main railway station. For passengers of all trains, on the route Novi Sad passenger (plateau in front of the main railway station) – Novi Sad Ranžirna station – Novi Sad (plateau in front of the main railway station), bus transport is organized. Buses will depart from the plateau of the Novi Sad main railway station 20 minutes earlier than the departure time of the train, while buses will depart from the plateau of the Novi Sad Ranžirna station 10 minutes later after the train arrives.
It takes only 60 minutes of drive to get to the International Airport “Nikola Tesla” via which Novi Sad and Serbia are connected with al bigger cities of Europe and the world by direct airway lines. In a close vicinity of the City there is the “Čenej” Airport that is currently used in sports and agricultural purposes is planned for the future period.
More than 100 transport agents operate from the main Novi Sad Bus Station and there are around 1,500 departures and arrivals of buses in local, inter-city and international passengers’ transport on a daily basis. The network of urban and suburban bus lines is arranged so that you can easily and quickly reach all the most important tourist attractions in the city and its suburbs, as well as certain sites at Fruška Gora.
The International Passengers’ Pier on the Danube in Novi Sad is equipped with all necessary contents for acceptance of all type of vessels. Tourists from western Europe and the United States of America most often come to our city using the river navigation routes within organised tours on cruisers.
For lovers of cyclo tourism Novi Sad is one of the mandatory stations on their journey from the Atlantic to the Black Sea via the “Euro Velo 6” Cycling Route. This route is one of the most attractive marked cycling routes through Europe that follows the river Danube flow with its largest and most beautiful part. Located in the flatland, on the one hand, and on the slopes of Fruška Gora, on the other hand, Novi Sad is an ideal destination for city ride lovers, as well as for athletes and recreationists who prefer mountain biking. Novi Sad currently has an extensive network of over 100 kilometres of bicycle tracks and lanes, it has more than 10 cycling associations and clubs, and there is a public bicycle rental system, as well as private shops where you can buy, repair and rent bicycles.