Free of charge shuttle service from/to Airport “Nikola Tesla” will be organized for all ISWA World Congress 2016 participants. It is necessary for participants to fill out the transportation form

There are 26 airline carriers operating in Serbia comprising of 20 international airlines, 5 low cost airlines and 1 national airline. Those provide direct services to over 60 cities in Europe and Middle East.

Novi Sad, the capital of Vojvodina, lies on the Danube, between Belgrade and Budapest, and is a regional and cultural centre. Thanks to its favourable position on the Danube and at the crossing of many roads, Novi Sad has excellent connections with towns and cities in the region.

Novi Sad can easily be reached by train from Budapest and Belgrade.  Two trains operate daily from Budapest Keleti station, and the ride is about 6 hours long, including border control. Trains from Belgrade train station run almost every hour, and the ride is about hour and half long.

Distances from Novi Sad to:

Airport “Nikola Tesla” 80 km Vienna 529 km
Skopje 526 km Bucharest 684 km
Belgrade 94 km  Zagreb 378 km
Budapest 294 km  Sofia 485 km

VENUE – MASTER Congress Centre


The MASTER Congress Centre consists of six venues and an amphitheater and lies on 2,230 square meters.

Smaller venues can accommodate up to 100 people but thanks to “moving walls” these venues can be joined together into larger venues which can accommodate up to 1,000 people for various conferences and similar activities.

Flexible workspace and modern technology represent one of the comparative advantages of the Congress Centre.

Latest audio-visual technology allows the Centre to cater for all kinds of conferences and congresses.

The entire Congress Centre is air conditioned. Wireless internet connection and communication with caterers are available to all participants.


About Novi Sad


Novi Sad is a town of broad boulevards, wonderful buildings  surrounded by parks and green  spaces, tidy streets and numerous spots for fun and relaxation. With its 400.000 inhabitants, the town found its place by the left Danube River bank, in south Bačka. Since it became the centre of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina during the socialist period, Novi Sad stands as the political, economical, cultural, educational and every other centre of Serbia’s northern province.

Welcome to Novi Sad, welcome to Serbian Athens, a beautiful town, where the cheerful people will greet you with open heart, honestly and friendly.