If you arrive from highway E-75, driving from the north (Hungary):
When you approach the Novi Sad bypass, slow down, keep the right lane and make sure you follow the signs, because you will take exit from highway before you approach any of the intersections. Pass through the pay-toll boxes (which are not yet operational), go past the first intersection that is under construction, pass the second intersection marked Novi Sad – Center, and take exit at third intersection Novi Sad – East. Then follow the instructions in the next section, as if you were coming from direction Belgrade, and follow the given route.
If you arrive from highway E-75, driving from the south (Belgrade):
When you approach the Novi Sad bypass, slow down, keep the right lane and make sure you follow the signs, because you will take exit from highway before you approach any of the intersections. Pass through the pay-toll boxes (which are not yet operational). Take exit Novi Sad – East from highway E-75 (first highway junction at Novi Sad bypass if you are coming from direction Belgrade), and follow the given route.
If you arrive from the west, driving from Zagreb, Croatia, using highway E-70:
Take exit Šabac – Ruma – Novi Sad, and head towards Ruma – Novi Sad. You will pass over mountain Fruška gora. After the mountain overpass with the big crossroad, you will start to drive downwards using a steep and curvy two lane one-way road. Keep the left lane and pay attention – the right lane is usually used by the huge trailer lorries which go down the hill as slow as 10km/h, which can be a real danger if you are coming behind the curve at 60km/h. When you have got down the mountain, pay attention – the two lanes become bidirectional. Slow down and watch the other vehicles coming towards you. Pass the village of Sremska Kamenica, and the road changes from two to four lanes. After a couple of hundred meters there is a left turn towards Novi Sad. After this point, follow the directions given here:
If you arrive by train or bus to Novi Sad, here are the local bus lines that will take you from the railway or intercity bus station (both situated at the same place) to the Night marathon venue:
Bus line number 4, starting from the railway station. Get off the bus at first bus stop in Narodnog Fronta street.
Caution – do not use taxies parked directly at the bus or railway station exits – these are unlicensed taxi drivers and you might be charged three to ten times more than the regular price. The licensed taxi vehicles are parked slightly off the railway station roundabout. You will recognize them by having a uniform car appearance (there may be multiple companies using the same parking lot but still you must see multiple vehicles of the same appearance, in groups). You will see them if you look to the left when exiting the railway station. Before you enter the taxi, ask the driver for the approximate price for destination “GRADSKI VODOVOD, JIREČEKOVA” (pronounce as “Eerechekova”), and if it is much more than 400 dinars, do not enter the vehicle. Average taxi fare in Novi Sad is between 300 and 600 dinars, depending on the destination you want to go to, if it is not outside town.