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Bus station in Novi Sad
Novi Sad

Bus station is placed next to the railway station, only 50 meters away. All main bus lines are covered by this bus station. The building and services inside are not the newest one, so if you have to wait few hours for a bus, it's better to talk a nice walk around the station. There is a park (Zeljeznicki park) only few hundred meters away or you can take a walk in Bulevar Oslobodjenja street, with full of shops and restaurants.

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