See our frequently asked questions below, and if you find yourself with any other questions, feel free to email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: How much does a Greet cost?
Answer: Every Greet is absolutely free. Our Greeters are more than happy to have a Greet with you, spend a few hours together, and tell you their stories.
Question: How long in advance do I have to fill out a request form?
Answer: As we do not conduct pre-scheduled tours but individual Greets, we advice you to fill out the form at least 14 days prior to your visit. That will give you the best chance one of our Greeters can schedule you in. If you arrive on a shorter notice, we advice you to fill in the form as soon as possible.
Question: Are there any opportunities for hiking around Novi Pazar?
Answer: A trip to Novi Pazar is not complete without an excursion into the surrounding countryside, where the hills and rivers of the Ibar Valley meet the heights of Pešter Plateau. Novi Pazar has a wide range of hiking options located just outside of the city for both beginner and advanced hikers. Pristine hiking areas are accessible in the areas around Sopoćani Monastery, Đurđevi Stupovi, Gradina, and more. Many hiking areas can be accessed by foot from the center of Novi Pazar, and visitors are encouraged to explore the hills that surround the city from any direction. If you might be interested in going for a hike, just send us let us know and we will provide recommendations.
Question: What is the best way to get to Novi Pazar?
Answer: Novi Pazar is well connected by bus to the rest of Serbia, and there are daily buses to nearby countries, including Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are direct buses from Novi Pazar to Belgrade, Novi Sad, Subotica, Kraljevo, Kragujevac, Niš, Raška, and Kruševac, and there are daily buses to Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, and Priština. Nearby Sandžak cities, including Sjenica and Tutin, also have very frequent service. All buses depart from the Novi Pazar bus station, located less than 1km north of the city center (Gradski Trg) directly up Stevana Nemanje. Tickets can generally be purchased onboard the bus in cash. Novi Pazar can also be accessed by car from a number of directions, and the nearest airports are located in Priština (2.5h away), Skopje (4h away), Podgorica (5h away), and Belgrade (5.5h away).
Question: How can I find out what events are happening in the city?
Answer:Novi Pazar features different cultural events and attractions throughout the year, from live music performances to theater shows. To find live events, check out the Kulturni Centar Novi Pazar for arts and culture exhibitions, local plays, and newly released movies as well as the Turkish and American cultural centers, as well as the National Library “Dositej Obradović,” and the Ras Museum. The city also hosts a number of special events, most notably Stari Grad music festival in the summer.
Question: Where can I stay in Novi Pazar?
Answer:Novi Pazar has a range of accommodation options, all located in the downtown area and in easy walking distance to most city sites. We can recommend a few options depending on what you’re looking for.