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May 22, 2019 - Ilok to Novi Sad (Serbia)

Ilok, Croatia to Novi Sad, Serbia At the border, the custom officers that had to allow us out of Croatia took their time with the first of our vans. It took at least half an hour. We were allowed to proceed fairly quickly after our driver showed our passports. One hundred metres further we had to show our passports again before entering Serbia. From there it was a very nice drive through the countryside and villages. We arrived in Novi Sad between 3:30 and 4:00pm. Our hotel is called Zenit and is very close to the centre of the city. We...

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May 15, 2019 - Belgrade and Beyond

BELGRADE DAY 1 The travel to Belgrade was tedious. The flight to Vienna was comfortable and we managed a few hours sleep and were fed a generous breakfast. Then we had a 6 hour layover until our 1 hour flight into Serbia. Buying a cheaper business class fare did involve compromise. Qatar would have flown us direct to Belgrade from Doha but would have cost about another $5000. We did buy some lounge time in Vienna for €35 each and were able to have a shower and a glass of wine. The Belgrade arrival was pretty streamlined and our hotel The...

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May 21, 2017 - on to Novi Sad, Serbia

after breakfast we take our bags down to the lobby for a short walk to the local bus stop for our bus to the train station. we Have a 8:00 train to Novi Sad in Serbia on a slow train it takes 7 hours to complete. A stop for a passport check and stamp leaving Hungary at Kelebia then on to the checkpoint for the Serbia side at Subotic, here we also change the engine and we are off in Serbia making this my 86 country. get into Novi Sad and take taxis to our hotel in the center part of the city, a bit of time to get in our rooms then off of a...

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May 7, 2015 - Best of Balkans and Transylvania

Our Cosmos Tour arrived to Novi Sad, Serbia, our first stop after crossing the Hungarian Boarder. It is my first time ever in Serrbia and this ancient land. I exchanged 20 Euoros for Serbian dinars and got $ 2000, to have lunch in Kombinat (Food made with care) eatery. The weather is warm and sunny, I am seating under a patio umbrella enjoying my lunch.

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Jun 21, 2011 - Another look at Serbia

A bus and walking tour of the city of Novi Sad in Serbia. This city is the capital of the northern province of Serbia and is known as the 'bread basket' of Serbia. Why? Because it is very successful with industry and agriculture. It has approx 400,000 inhabitants and further out of the city (but including the city numbers too) there are up to 2 million people living in this area. It has a fortress up on the hill overlooking the danube river and the city. The fortress is called the Petrovaradin Fortress. It's beginnings date back to the 16th...

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