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"If there are to be problems, may they come during my life-time so that I can resolve them and give my children the chance of a good life."

Kenyan proverb
"History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives"

Abba Eban
"Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."

The Report of the U.N. Brundtland Commission, Our Common Future, 1987
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GETTING AROUND

Walk, the city centre is quite small and most of the interesting sights, bars and hotels are all within easy walking distance. There are plenty of street maps, especially in the centre, so you can find your way easily.

Public transport service. Novi Sad has an excellent bus service: www.gspns.rs/ Ticket for one ride (no matter how far you go as long you don't change the bus) costs RSD 55 (about 0,50 EUR) and is bought from the driver.

Taxis are not overly expensive (by Western standards), the minimum fare varies between RSD 80 and 100 (less than an euro), with a cross-city trip typically costing RSD 150-200 (about 1,50 EUR). It helps to have the address written out although many taxi drivers speak fair, sometimes even excellent, English. However, be careful of taxis unaffiliated with one of the major firms (especially at the train station), or you may pay up to four times more than your fare should be. Some good taxi companies: Pan, Vojvodjani, SOS, Delta, Novus, Naš, Lav.


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