Here you will find all the necessary information on how to get to Novi Sad and all the things you can do while you are here. On top of this, we provide you with useful information you need to know before taking off.
Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. The distance from Belgrade to Novi Sad is just 80 kilometers. Once you land at Belgrade's airport you need to take a bus, a taxi or a car, considering the fact that there is no metro or train connection from the airport to Novi Sad.
Countries whose citizens may enter Serbia without a visa or a passport (but with an ID card) are determined by international treaties or by the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia. A foreigner who does not require a visa or travel document to enter Serbia may stay for a maximum of 90 days over a period of six months from the day of the first entry. You can find more details about general entry requirements for Serbia here: http://bit.ly/1Fo4rua.
Visitors are allowed to bring personal luggage and prescription medication (in a quantity required to continue treatment for the duration of stay), as well as up to one bottle of perfume, one bottle of toilet water, one liter of spirits, 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco, without declaring it to customs authorities into Serbia.
There is no limit on the amount of currency you are allowed to bring into Serbia. But if you are traveling with €10.000 or more (or equivalent in other currencies) you are required to declare that you are transiting with a given amount in order to avoid complications when leaving Serbia.
Serbia has a number of bilateral agreements with national health insurance funds of other countries which entitle their users/nationals to free health care in Serbia under specified circumstances. You should check with your local health care provider if you are eligible and how you can obtain the required documents before departure. This may end up being a complicated procedure, so for a short stay, purchasing a comprehensive travel insurance with coverage for Serbia might be a better alternative. Having health/travel insurance for Serbia is not a formal entry requirement, but is highly recommended, as for any other country.