Travel Information


The Summer school is hosted at Educons University

Vojvode Putnika 87, Sremska Kamenica



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Arrival by air:

International „Nikola Tesla“ Airport Belgrade is about 75 km apart. It has connections to/from all major European airports. Low cost airlines fly to Belgrade, also. To get to Novi Sad take:

1. Taxi, specially contracted for the conference participants transfer, (car or mini-van) to Novi Sad, 1 hour trip – price about 20-30 EURO, (booking is needed at least one day a head), recommended, or

2. Airport bus to Belgrade – Railway/Bus station stop (0,5 hour trip – price about 2.- EURO) and then take bus to Novi Sad (1,5-2 hours trip – price about 7.- EURO). Bus Belgrade-Novi Sad-Belgrade runs during peak hours every 15 min, every 30 min during the rest of the day and every 1 hour during late evening hours until midnight.

For plane schedule, please visit: ,
For information about arrivals/departures:

Arrival by train

Novi Sad is located at the main north-south railway line from Budapest (Hungary) to Belgrade and further to the south Sofia (Bulgaria), Skopje (Republic of Macedonia) or Thessaloniki (Greece). All trains stops in Novi Sad. For participants from east or west, take train to Belgrade and than train or bus to Novi Sad (1,5-2 hours trip – price about 7.- EURO). Bus Belgrade-Novi Sad-Belgrade runs during peak hours every 15 min, every 30 min during the rest of the day and every 1 hour during late evening hours until midnight.

For train schedule, please visit:

Arrival by bus

Regular bus lines from Subotica (north), Belgrade (south) and Zrenjanin (east) exists with frequent departures. International lines from Paris, Munich, Frankfurt, Zurich, Vienna, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Banja Luka also stops in Novi Sad.


Arrival by car

Novi Sad is located at the main E 75 (No.22) international highway (Budapest-Belgrade-Niš-Sophia) for travelers from north or south. For travelers from east, No. 7 main road connecting Timisoara-Jimbolia (Romania)-Zrenjanin-Novi Sad or No. 1-9 and No.7-1 Craiova-Resita-Moravita (Romania)-Vršac-Zrenjanin-Novi Sad is recommended. For travelers from west (Italia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia&Herzegovina) take the main E70 (No.1) international highway up to Ruma crossing, than No.21 road north bound to Novi Sad.
For information about travel, please visit:

Public transport in Novi Sad
Novi Sad has a number of public bus lines connecting every part of the city with the center. Conference venue („Master“ Congress Centre) is by Novi Sad Fair and is served by the:
Line 11 (circle line): Railway/Bus Station – Novi Sad Fair – Liman 4 – University Campus – Fish Market – Railway/Bus Station.
Line 8: Novo naselje – Master Centre – Liman 4 – Liman 1
Line 5: Temerinski put – City centre – Novi Sad Fair – Avijaticarsko naselje

For more details, please visit:


Taxis are quite cheap and a very popular form of transport in Novi Sad. For most destinations the ride will cost you 200-400 RSD. It is best to make a phone call or hail one of the taxis that are situated on the plateau to the left of the main entrance of the Railway Station. It is a good idea to avoid taxis outside the plateau because they charge unrealistically high prices.

You can also send a text message (SMS) containing the address where you are. Usually very soon you get a message with the information about the vehicle and the arrival time.

In most cases you will have to pay in cash, although some companies (Nacionalni taxi) take credit cards as well. Go here for more taxi service numbers.

Delta taxi
+381 (0) 21/ 522622

Nacionalni taxi
+381 (0) 21/444 888; SMS (NS_address where you are) 4575

Naš taxi
+381 (0) 21/300300, +381 65 300 3000

+381 (0) 21/500700, +381 65 220 220 2, SMS 2021

+381 (0) 21/522333, +381 63 322 333, SMS 1011



By taxi (numbers written above)

By buses No76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 84 from the main train station.

By bus organized from accommodation for participants.

Serbia entry visa application information, procedures and Invitation letter available here

Entry visa for Serbia information

Citizens of following countries may entry in Serbia without a visa up to 90 days: EU citizens, Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Bolivia, BIH, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Holy See, Iceland, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, Rep. of Korea, Lichtenstein, Macedonia, Mexico, Montenegro, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Switzerland, Tunis, Turkey and USA.

All other nationalities need visa. For preparation documents for applying for the visa, please visit the web site:

For Invitation letter, please contact Slobodan Rakić, Coordinator for International Relations on

Obtaining entry permit for Taiwanese citizen. Entry information link

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