Bus from Novi Sad to RaškaSee timetable and Buy Ticket
The bus from NOVI SAD to RAŠKA does not pass through other cities or greater places. The first bus leaves at 11:45, while the last departure at 18:30. The road is about 355 km. Average length of travel according to the timetable is 06 hours and 07 mins. Luggage is usually paid per bag on all departures depending on the carrier.
Buses are generally high-class with air conditioning, ABS, comfortable passenger seats and similar.
Timetable From NOVI SAD to RAŠKA can be found for days:
Bus companies which operate from NOVI SAD to RAŠKA are:Ozlem, BLUE LINE.
Novi Sad is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka and Srem geographical regions, on the banks of the Danube river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain.
Novi Sad was founded in 1694, when Serb merchants formed a colony across the Danube from the Petrovaradin fortress, a Habsburg strategic military post. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it became an important trading and manufacturing centre, as well as a centre of Serbian culture of that period.
Today, along with the capital city of Belgrade, Novi Sad is the industrial and financial center of the Serbian economy; also, it was named one of the 2021 European Capital of Culture cities. Since 2000, Novi Sad is home to the EXIT festival, one of the biggest music summer festival in Europe.
- Linija 7 - Novo naselje - Liman - železnička stanica - Novo Naselje
- Linija 10 - Centar - Industrijska zona "Jug" ("Albus")
- Linija 11A - Železnička stanica - bolnica - Liman - Železnička stanica
- Linija 14 - Centar - Sajlovo
- Taxi Vojvođani
Phone number: 060 33 00 206; 021 522 333; 063 322 333
- Taxi Maxi Novosađani
Phone number: 021 400 555; 021 451 111; 063 536 536; 064 16 16 000
- Pan Taxi
Phone number: 021 4 55 555; 064 21 55 555; 065 21 55 55
- Vip Taxi
Phone number: 021 444 000; 066 444 000
- Grand Taxi
Phone number: 021 443 100; 021 633 22 22; 063 330 330; 063 445 444
- Red Taxi
Phone number: 021 52 51 50; 064 52 51 500; 069 52 51 500
- Crveni Taxi
Phone number: 021 553 333; 066 3 5555
- Delta Taxi
Phone number: 021 44 55 77; 060 644 55 77; 066 44 55 77; 069 44 55 777
Raška is a town and municipality located in the Raška District of the western Serbia. The municipality has a population of 24,680 people, while the town has a population of 6,574 people. It covers an area of 670 km². The town is situated on the rivers Raška and Ibar.
Citiy of Raška was named by Serb medieval state that comprised parts of what is today Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and southern Dalmatia, being centred in the region of Raška (hence its exonym). The state was formed in ca. 1091 out of a vassal principality of Duklja, a Serb state which had itself emerged from the early medieval Serbian Principality that was centred in Raška until 960, when it was left in obscurity in sources after the Byzantine–Bulgarian wars. Its founder, Vukan, took the title of Grand Prince when his uncle and overlord Bodin ended up in Byzantine prison after decades of revolt. While Duklja was struck with civil wars, Raška continued the fight against the Byzantines. It was ruled by the Vukanović dynasty, who managed to put most of the former Serbian state under their rule, as well as expanding to the south and east. Through diplomatic ties with Hungary it managed to retain its independence past the mid-12th century. After a dynastic civil war in 1166, Stefan Nemanja emerged victorious. Nemanja's son Stefan was crowned king in 1217, while his younger son Rastko (monk Sava) was ordinated the first Archbishop of Serbs in 1219.
The town and municipality bears the name of the historical Raška region. From 1929 to 1941, Raška was part of the Zeta Banovina of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
Raska as a settlement was first mentioned in 1835, and the town of Raska was proclaimed at the session of the State Council of the Principality of Serbia on September 6, 1845, at the proposal of politicians and statesman Ilija Garašanin. Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević, by his decision of 17 September 1845, proclaimed the establishment of Raska.
The first urban plan of Raska dates from 1844, which was done by Nikola Alković, which is considered one of the oldest urban plans.
The wars between 1912 and 1918 did not miss Raska. Development in the post-war period was slow. In one period, during the First World War, from October 31 to November 15, 1915, Raska was in some way the capital of Serbia because it was hosted by the King and the then Serbian government. Raska was acquitted on November 27, 1944.
Today's Raska municipality, as a distinct functional-spatial unit, was formed in 1960