You can't bring food or drink (even water!) into the venue
Everything is for sale at the Foodland area, but it's not expensive. Follow the rules, it's relaxed but some of the Serbian bouncers are huge!
Partiers rejoice--beer is cheap, there is no curfew and there's a very permissive vibe inside the venue
Without many restrictions, the atmosphere is relaxed and stress free, unlike other rule-heavy festivals. Attendees can focus on their partying (within reason), resulting in the obvious question. How many Aussies can you fit in a medieval Serbian fortress?
EXIT is a nearly perfect festival for discovery new music
Be bold and the acts you're not familiar with.
You can only enter the fortress once a day, so plan accordingly.
The camping at EXIT village is quite nice
It's set up on a strand beach right on the Danube, and it's a easy way to meet people from around the world, including locals. Just make sure to check your valuables with the attendant. It's in a beautiful spot, but be warned it gets hot with the lack of shade.
Nikola Tesla International Airport
Fly into Belgrade viaand take a bus or train for an hour-long ride to Novi Sad. Don't forget to check out the Danube, the glorious river immortalized by Strauss in his famous composition, "The Blue Danube." Novi Sad is also a really fun and quite beautiful cosmopolitan city that you can easily get lost in (in a good way).