Serbia is a Southern European, Central-Balkan country located on the Danube. It borders Romania and Bulgaria to the east, Macedonia and Albania to the south, followed by Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west, the European Union, via Croatia, to the west and Hungary to the north.
As an integral part of the Republic of Serbia, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina occupies almost a quarter of its territory with over two million inhabitants. Vojvodina is located on two major European roads, Corridor 7 on the Danube and Corridor 10.

Novi Sad is the economic, administrative and cultural center of Vojvodina which grew opposite the Gibraltar on the Danube, The Petrovaradin Fortress. The second largest city in Serbia, with its 300,000 inhabitants, it is a modern blend of developed industry, intensive agriculture and an inexhaustible source of human resources.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbia located at the confluence of the Sava into the Danube. It represents an important international traffic hub. In developed agricultural and economic capacities, about 30% of Serbia’s social product is created in Belgrade and, with close to two million inhabitants, it represents the most important market in the country.

Corridor 10, the shortest route between Salzburg and Thessaloniki, is a road that, along with a highway, includes a railroad. Out of a total of 2360 km, 767 km of the highway passes through Serbia connecting the border with Croatia at the Batrovac border crossing, the border of Macedonia at the Preševo crossing, the border of Hungary at Horgoš and the border with Bulgaria near Dimitrovgrad.

3,800,000 inhabitants live near Corridor 10. The E-75 route through Vojvodina is Branch B of Corridor 10, which starts from Budapest, going from the border with Hungary near Subotica, for a further 176 km, through Novi Sad to Belgrade.

Corridor 10, as a vital road that represents a bridge between the markets of Europe and Asia, through Greece and Turkey, provides a possibility for a large number of accompanying content: motels, gas stations and rest areas, which can attract the development of additional businesses such as restaurants, car repair shops, auto part stores and retail stores. For the time being, it has been envisaged that there will be about 25 motels, 32 gas stations and 25 rest areas along the highway from the Hungarian border to Belgrade.