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Novi Sad | Traveller’s Guide A to Z

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Basic Facts about Novi Sad

Language

The official language is Serbian, which uses the Cyrillic alphabet, but the Latin alphabet is also used.

Important Telephone Numbers

Police +381 (0) 21/92
Fire Brigade +381 (0) 21/93
Time +381 (0) 21/95

Information +381 (0) 21/9821, 988
Information Centre +381 (0) 21/985
International Calls +381 (0) 21/901

Urgent medical help +381 (0) 21/94
Red Cross +381 (0) 21/422-454
General Hospital +381 (0) 21/612022
Hospital for children +381 (0) 21/425200

All Night Pharmacy

Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 7, phone +381 (0) 21/420374
“Tilia” Bulevar Osloboðenja 3, phone +381 (0) 21/443857

Road assistance +381 (0) 21/987

Area code for Serbia is +381
Area code for Novi Sad is +21

Electricity

The voltage is 220 V and 2-pin plugs are used

Visitor Information

Tourist Information Centre
Blvd. Mihajla Pupina 9, Novi Sad
Tel: +381 (0) 21/421811
www.novisadtourism.com

Tourist Organization of Vojvodina
Blvd. Mihajla Pupina 6, Novi Sad
Tel: +381 (0) 21/452910
www.vojvodinaonline.com

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