There are numerous taxi companies in Novi Sad that will make sure that you arrive quickly and safely to the place of your choice for a very reasonable price.
There are three possible taxi rates:
- 1st rate: from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. approx. start around 70 dinars (0.55 EUR) and each consecutive kilometre is 52 dinars (0.40 EUR)
- 2nd rate: from 10 p.m. – 6 a.m approx. start around 70 dinars (0.55 EUR) and each consecutive kilometre is 66 dinars (0.50 EUR)
- 3rd rate: during holidays start around 70 dinars (0.55EUR) and each consecutive kilometre is 98 dinars (0.79EUR)
The average fee from the central bus and railway stations to the Petrovaradin Fortress is between 400 to 500 dinars (approx. 2.5 to 3.5 EUR). Those prices are valid when you call a cab by phone.
After you call a cab, make sure that the meter is on, and pay the amount that you see on the display. Make sure that you call a cab from the list below, because unregistered taxis are far more expensive.
Nacionalni taxi +381 (0) 21/444 888
Crveni taxi +381 (0) 21/445 577
Nas taxi +381 (0) 21/300300
Grand taxi +381 (0) 21/433100
Delta taxi +381 (0) 21/522622
Pan taxi +381 (0) 21/455555
SOS taxi +381 (0) 21/450400
Super taxi +381 (0) 21/455111
Vojvođani +381 (0) 21/522333
The local transport service of Novi Sad will this year again, for the duration of Exit, organize for festival visitors and visitors of our city more frequent buses on all routes that go to Exit Village and to the Petrovaradin Fortress. The regular routes 3, 9, 61, 62, 64 and 69 go to the fortress. Right after crossing the bridge, you should get off at the next stop. To arrive at the festival, it will take you approximately five minutes.
To arrive at Exit Village from the Petrovaradin Fortress, you should get EXIT shuttle from the bus station in front of the Strand beach main entrance.
For only 2500 dinars (about 25 Euros) per day, you can rent a car manufactured in our country - the popular Yugo.
Gasoline price is 150 Dinars, (approx. 1.2 Euros) per litre, EuroDiesel is also 150 Dinars (approx. 1.2 Euros). Toll is charged on the following roads: E-75 Belgrade-Novi Sad, E-70 Novi Sad-Feketić-Subotica, E75 Belgrade-Nis, E75 Nis-Leskovac and E70 Belgrade-Sid, but you can get more detailed information from the car rental companies. Of course, for any help you might need, you can call Road Assistance, +381 (0) 21987
We wish you a great time in our town.
BEST RENT A CAR ** 10% discount for Exit festival visitors **
Svetog Save 57, Belgrade
+381 (0) 11 31 48 928
+381 (0) 64 37 54 919
Balzakova 29, Novi Sad
+381 (0) 21/474-516,
+381 (0) 469-655,
+381 (0) 469-656
AUTOTURIST - transfers
Mite Ružića 2, Novi Sad
+381 (0) 21/451-156
+381 (0) 21/523-863
Šafarikova 11, Novi Sad
Tel: +381 (0) 21/673-8080
Fax: +381 (0) 21/673-8081
Mokranjca 30, Novi Sad
Tel: +381 (0) 21/323-678
10 Despota Stefana Blvd., Belgrade
Futoška 2, Novi Sad
Telefon: +381 (0) 21/549-520
Mičurinova 68a, Novi Sad
+381 (0) 21/526-666
There are plenty of places all around the city where you can park your car. Make sure you do not leave your car unattended in the areas not designed for parking and prevent your car from getting towed.
The city of Novi Sad is divided into three parking zones:
1. Blue (45 dinars per hour. Parking can be paid by sending an SMS from your mobile phone to 8212, from parking machines or buying a parking ticket at the kiosk. Parking collected: on workdays 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. and on Saturdays 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
2. Red (55 dinars per hour- limited to 120 minutes). Parking can be paid by sending an SMS from your mobile phone to 8211, from parking machines or buying a parking ticket at the kiosk. Parking collected: on workdays 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. and on Saturdays 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
3. White (30 dinars per hour or 100 dinars per day). Parking can be paid by sending an SMS from your mobile phone to 8218 (hourly) or 8215 (daily) from parking machines or buying a parking ticket at the kiosk. Parking collected: on workdays 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. and on Saturdays 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.)
Should you have problems with your car, we advise you to dial +381 (0) 21/987 and speak to the operators of the Serbian Road Assistance.