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The road from NOVI SAD to PALE is about 296 km. Average length of travel according to the timetable is 7 hour and 10 min.
Luggage is usually paid per bag on all departures depending on the carrier.
Since the bus will be crossing the border, there is a possability for traveling delay and make sure to bring your travel and identification documents.
The Buses are mainly of high tourist class quality with air condition, ABS, comfortable passenger seats etc..
Timetable from NOVI SAD to PALE can be found for day:
Bus companies that operate from NOVI SAD to PALE are: Star Bus, Centrotrans Istočno Sarajevo.
Buses have the smallest carbon footprint of all motorized transport modes. A bus going from NOVI SAD to PALE will emit half of the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
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
Pale is a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska. It developed during the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo. In 1992, it became the seat of the Republika Srpska to lose that status in 1998 when the capital of that entity became Banja Luka. Neighboring municipalities are: Sokolac, Rogatica, Pale-Prac, Trnovo (RS), and the cities of East Sarajevo and Sarajevo.
Part of the municipality was joined by the Dayton Peace Agreement to the Federation of BiH and formed a new municipality called Pale-Praca.
The municipality of Pale includes 492 km² of distinctly mountainous character, with an altitude of 624 to 1916 m. The lowest point is at 624 m above sea level, on the western side of the municipality, where Paljan and Mokranjska Miljacka are merged.
The central part of the municipality of Pale occupies the pale basin, located between the mountain massifs: Jahorina from the south, Gosina from the east, Romanija from the northeast, Ozren from the north and northwest and Trebevic from the west. The seat of the municipality is in the settlement of Pale. Pale trees are located in the basin itself, which takes up an area of about 8.5 km². They are located at an altitude of 820 m.
They have fallen by geographical and natural traits, long known as a climatic health resort and a picnic area. The beauty of the environment, clean air and the proximity of ski slopes on Jahorina represent a natural disposition and a real basis for the development of tourism. Moderately warm and humid climate is present in the lower parts of the municipality, this climate exceeds 1,000 m above sea level, and this climate goes into the mountain climate. A sharp mountain climate is also felt during the summer months, when the air temperature rarely exceeds 25 ° Celsius.
The predominant part of the municipality's territory consists of forest land (64%), and all (34%) agricultural and other land.
In the area of the municipality there are several famous caves: Orlovača, Pećina Source Mokranjska Miljacka, Tito's cave Bogovići, Popova cave and Novak's cave.
One of the most important natural sights is the Orlovača cave, which is arranged for tourist visits. Orlovača (948 m) is situated on the same name in the western part of the Romanija arch, hamlet Donje Sinjevo, settlement Sumbulovac, in the basin of Mokranjska Miljacka, or in the valley of its right tributary of Sinjava.
Extensive research of the Miljacka source included topographic measurements, biospeleological and hydrological research, as well as the examination of the traces of human culture. Research was carried out during 2007-2009. To date, speleologists have explored 7,100 m, making the cave Izvor Mokranjska Miljacka the longest documented cave in the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Developers in the area of Paljane municipality are industry, forestry, catering and tourism activities and trade. Due to the geographical and climatic characteristics of the area, the activity of agriculture is less developed. After the end of the war, development began in the field of construction, especially in the field of small economy.
Industrial development in the Municipality of Pag is mainly oriented to the metal, wood and textile industries.
The area of Pale municipality, with its natural conditions, favors the development of the hospitality and tourism industry. It is very attractive for tourists Olympic Center Jahorina, with beautiful skiing grounds, where the winter season lasts for five months. Skiers and other tourists are at the disposal of more than 20 km of well-equipped ski trails connected with seven ski lifts and six ski lifts, a modern ski school and a ski service.
Apart from the benefits for winter tourism, the Municipality of Pale also has excellent conditions for hunting tourism, with extraordinary hunting grounds connected to main, regional and forest roads, as well as hunting lodges.
From natural sights, the most important cave is Orlovača, which is arranged for tourist visits. Clover bears (Ursus spelaeus), as well as an insect from the Coleopter family, were found in the Orlovaca cave.