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How to reach Šabac?

The Conference will be held in the town of Šabac, located in the north-western part of Serbia. The town is easily reachable from the Belgrade Airport “Nikola Tesla” (70 km) and with public bus from any major city in Serbia.

Organized bus transportation

Bus transportation will be available free of charge for participants as follows:

  • Sunday August 23 (for VAMDC workshop participants): bus transfer from Belgrade city center (1st stop) and Airport (2nd stop) to the venue hotel in Šabac. The exact meeting place and departure times will be announced.

  • Monday August 24: bus transfer from Belgrade city center (1st stop) and Airport (2nd stop) to the venue hotel in Šabac. The exact meeting place and departure times will be announced.

  • Friday August 28 (after closing of the Conference) and Sunday August 29 (morning): bus transfer from the venue hotel in Šabac to the Airport and Belgrade city center.

Please have in mind this information when organizing your travel. As an alternative, the Panacomp agency offer shuttle transportation. If you prefer this option please contact the Panacomp agency directly

By public bus

Also, you can use a regular bus connection, from the Belgrade bus station to Šabac, almost every hour from 05h up to 21h55m (see this website for timetable. In the online query choose Departures fromor Arrival to Belgrade, the date, the state Serbia, and type in Šabac in an empty field (use serbian letter Š , otherwise it will not work).

How to reach Belgrade?

The Belgrade airport 'Nikola Tesla' is situated 18 km west of Belgrade. All major international and several low-cost airlines have regular service to Belgrade. Updated flight information is available here.
Detailed instructions how to get from the Belgrade Airport to any location in Belgrade are given below or at this website

Taxi services Optionally one can use different transport services
(e.g. see option1 or option2).
Additionally, there is possibility to rent a car at the Belgrade airport. There are plenty of rental services in the airport building. Please follow the link.

Getting to Belgrade from the airport "Nikola Tesla"
From the airport to the city center take the fast mini-bus A1 line (ticket price around 300 RSD), departing every 20 min in the rush-hour, that takes you to the Slavia square in the city center. Note that A1 stops at the train station, which is next to the the Belgrade bus station to Šabac. An unfavorable option is bus 72, because it takes a long time to travel from the airport to the center of Belgrade and its last stop Zeleni Venac is the busiest bus station in Belgrade. Taxi from the airport should cost around 1800-2000 RSD (~15 to 20 EUR). Recently the airport offers a service to buy a taxi-voucher (there are 6 zones, depending on the area you want to reach) and use first available taxi outside for the fixed rate (1800 RSD is for the city-area). Check this possibility as soon as you exit the custom control. For more details check the airport website.

Public transportation in Belgrade
The one bus-ride ticket is 89 RSD (approx 0.75 EUR) and a "BUS Plus" pass can be bought at any news-stand (you can purchase the bust ticket with the driver for 150 RSD). Taxi in Belgrade is not expensive (e.g. from the airport to city center approx. 18 EUR, from the train station to city center 4-5 EUR).


Partial list of countries that do not need visa for Serbia: EU and most of other European countries, USA, Canada, Singapore, Republic of Korea, Russia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. For detailed list please check here.

If your country needs a visa to travel to Serbia, please write to organizers at . All requests from legitimate scientific establishments indicating genuine connection to the conference will be granted a letter of invitation required to obtain a visa. Please note that the time to obtain a visa may take a few weeks. More information about visas can be found here.


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