Serbia Rail Pass - Serbia Rail Passes
Serbia Rail Pass - Serbian Rail Passes
Enjoy rail travel in Serbia, home to the energetic capital, Belgrade, where great museums and restaurants will keep visitors on the go. The perfect treat after exploring a bustling city, is a relaxing break at one of Serbia's many mineral spas. Move on to wonderful medieval monasteries and hiking the mountains of Zlatibor to capture unforgettable scenery.
Belgrade or Beograd / Београд is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the Pannonian Plain meets the Balkans. The urban area of the City of Belgrade has a population of 1.23 million, while nearly 1.7 million people live within its administrative limits
The railway system in Serbia consists of 3,739 km of rails of which 295 km is double track (7.9% of the network). Some 1,279 km of track (33.6% of the network) is electrified. Railroads are categorized as "main lines", "regional lines", "local lines" or "manipulative lines". Serbia has rail links with all of adjacent countries, except Albania.
The national railway transport companies are: Srbija Voz (passenger transport) and Srbija Kargo (freight transport).
Srbija Voz or Србија Воз or Serbia Train is the national passenger railway company of Serbia. Srbija Voz is an associate member of the International Union of Railways (UIC) since 2016.
Belgrade Centre Railway Station
The Belgrade Centre railway station or Железничка станица Београд Центар, colloquially known as Prokop or Прокоп, is the new central railway station in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The station is located in the Belgrade municipality of Savski Venac. Although unfinished, it serves as de facto main railway station of the city, after replacing the old main station in Sava amfiteatre.
The unsuccessful, decades-long attempted construction of the new central railway station of Belgrade was hampered by a lack of funding to finish adjoining 14 km of tunnels, several railway bridges including the New Railroad Bridge across the Sava river, a new road network connecting to the city and technical installations.
Belgrade Centre station was opened on 26 January 2016, serving two daily trains to Novi Sad, as well as Belgrade commuter railways. Following gradual re-routing, it gained its current role on 1 July 2018.
Serbia 1 Country Pass
Interrail Serbia (Interrail is a European Rail Pass for Europeans)
Serbia 2 Countries Pass
Travel in 2 bordering countries in Europe.
Eurail Bulgaria - Montenegro - Serbia Pass
Eurail Select Pass (Eurail is a European Rail Pass for Non Europeans)
Serbia 3 Countries Pass
Travel in 3 bordering countries in Europe.
Eurail Select Pass
Serbia 4 Countries Pass
Travel in 4 bordering countries in Europe.
Eurail Select Pass
Serbia 7 Countries Pass
Visit Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Turkey in first class.
The Balkan Flexi Pass
Interrail Global Rail Pass 30 Countries Pass
Enjoy train travel in 30 countries with this one pass!
Interrail Global Pass
Eurail Pass Benefits in Serbia