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Old 22 Dec 2007
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Info. about Serbia & Bulgaria

It is possible to ride with an european green card?, and about the tolls in the highways.

We intend to go with a camper in January 08. Are the roads in good condition? Any advice for security?

All kind of info. is wellcome.

Thank You and sorry fro my broken English.

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Hello from Serbia!
Yes, you need green card as Serbia is in the Interbiro contract. So you are insured
If you're entering from north from Hungary via Subotica, the tolls are as followed:
Subotica - Novi Sad 12 euro for a van/camper
Novi Sad - Beograd 12 euro
Beograd - Nis 35 euro

so it's not cheap...

Fuel cost: leadless petrol 1,2 euro/liter; diesel 1euro/liter

Road conditions are very good but not worth 60 euros......
All the way you have a lot of restaurants, petrol stations, motels. Serbia is very secure and safe for travel. I assure you. As it is transit country for many foreigners traveling south to Greece, Turkey, etc. Don't worry about safety.
Speed limit for van is 80km/h.

This can help:
AMSS - Stanje na putevima
http://www.serbia.travel/broshures/camping-sr-en-de.pdf
http://www.serbia.travel/broshures/10savrsenih.pdf
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Well tolls are quite expensive, but i love Serbia, it is a wonderful country i had the chance to visit it 2 years ago and wowwww

The roads signs are only in cirillyc? Cause i had a lot of troubles to move in Beograd.

Thnxs. from Spain
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It's in both latin and cirillyc.
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Very helpfull Rista, another question, the prices of the Serbian tolls are shown in the "putarinas" boxes?

Roads seems to be quiet good.

I am going to Turkey. Do you think is better to drive thru Macedonia or Bulgaria?

Thnxs again and Merry Christmas
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To Turkey definitely through Bulgaria. It's much shorter:
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Drive on highway all the way south. Just before Niš turn to Pirot and further to Bulgaria border.

As for tolls "putarina", yes they are expensive and you are category III and the higher rate as you are foreigner... they are shown in local currency "dinar".
The exchange rate is about 80 dinars for 1 euro.
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Happy trails and Merry Christmas !!!

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Serbia & Bulgaria

Hello all.

We are an English Family who have opened a Caravan/Touring Park in Bulgaria. We are based about a days drive from Istanbul, Turkey near a town called Harmanli. We have a web site with many useful links, maps, and information on traveling across Europe through Serbia, Romania , Germany, Austria etc. With set planned routes that are a proven success.

Our website is : Home

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