From August 1, 2023, departures to Germany will be organized according to the modified mode of transportation. On the line to Frankfurt maintained by Lasta, the departure time from Frankfurt was changed, and on the line to Berlin, a fifth departure was introduced and the route was changed on the part of the territory of Serbia and Germany. The transport, as always until now, will be organized in accordance with the demands of passengers and the European standards by which the bus transport service on lines to Germany is recognized, which, in addition to Lasta, is also provided by carriers with tradition, Lasta's subcontractors: Severtrans and Deutsche Turing.

Departures on the Belgrade-Frankfurt line will be made every day from Belgrade at 18:00 and from Frankfurt at 08:45. The line goes along the route Belgrade-Novi Sad (19:30)-Subotica (21:00)-Munich-Augsburg-Ulm-Stuttgart-Karls Rue-Mannheim-Frankfurt.
Transportation on the Belgrade-Berlin line will be organized with five departures per week, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Belgrade at 6:00 p.m., and from Berlin at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The line goes via Novi Sad (19:30) and Sombor (21:00) in Serbia, as well as registered stops in Germany: Munich, Ingolstadt, Nuremberg and Leipzig. In accordance with the contract and the agreement of the subcontractors, transportation on this line is entrusted to Severtrans.
As in previous years, departures on the Belgrade-Dortmund line will be organized daily, and the transport service for passengers will be provided by a subcontractor from Germany, Deutsche Turing. Departures on the territory of Serbia are organized from Belgrade at 11:00 a.m., Novi Sad at 12:30 p.m. and Subotica at 3:00 p.m. The route to Dortmund leads via Munich, Augsburg, Ulm, Stuttgart, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Essen and Bochum. Departures from Dortmund are also daily at 06:00.
Lasta granted numerous bonuses to passengers on these lines. First of all, the ticket prices remained unchanged, the sixth ticket (one-way and return) received a 50% discount, and the eleventh ticket is free for the passenger. There are also certain discounts for children, youth and pensioners.
Passengers can reserve and buy tickets to all destinations on these lines at Lasta's branches, which cover a significant part of the territory of Serbia and Germany, and information about branches can be found on the website:
Lasta has been present on the routes to Germany for more than fifty years and is trusted by all generations of our citizens who live and work in that country, starting in 1972 when the first Lasta bus left for Munich until today.
Lasta Travel&Tourism
Belgrade: phone/011 762 1769
011 6641 251
Novi Sad: phone/021 444 4859
Subotica: phone: 024 551390
Info center: tel/0800 334 334 (toll-free number)
011 3348 555