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How to get to Serbia - Travel by Railway Transportation

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How to get to Serbia - Travel by Railway Transportation

Numerous international railways lines link Serbia with all parts of Europe. However, we suggest to use railway transportation only for international transportation. In Serbia, use railways only if you are adventurer. To the destination you'll get faster and more reliable by hitchhike, by bus or sometimes even on foot.

Numerous international railways lines link Serbia with all parts of Europe. However, we suggest to use railway transportation only for international transportation. In Serbia, use railways only if you are adventurer. To the destination you'll get faster and more reliable by hitchhike, by bus or sometimes even on foot.

Reliable information about internationanal railway transportation you can find here: www.bahn.de

Our railways take active participating in the creation of international tariff policies in the transport of passengers within the Commission for passenger traffic International Railway Union (UIC), Subcommittee PRICES and special groups (INTER RAIL, EURO DOMINO).

The most important thing that railways of Serbia make for their clients is that issued ralway benefits, such as: INTER RAIL, EURO DOMINO, RAILPLUS, BALKAN FLEXIPASS and etc.

INTER RAIL pass is intended for all categories of passengers. Children from 4 till 12 years and adults can buy tickets InerRail for the first and second class, while young people up to 26 years can buy these cards for the second class. These cards can be bought for the whole of Europe or for just one country. Holders of tickets InterRail Global Pass is entitled to purchase tickets by reductions of 50% for the relations of place of residence to the border station with neighboring Serbian Railways.

RAILPLUS is a certification that allows an unlimited number of trips reductions of 25% to regular prices for the internationla trains for a period of one year.
 
BALKAN FLEXIPASS allows 5, 10 or 15 days of effective travel for one month to Railways of South East countries (Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece and Turkey).

EASY TRAVEL CARD is intended for individual students who want to travel by rail. The discount is granted in the amount of about 50% in the first and second class of all types of trains.
 
EURO <26 is used for individual travelers under the age of 26 years, who are granted privileges by about 50% for first and second class of all types of trains to travel.
 
CITY STAR is the rail pass that allows traffic between Serbia and Austria (transit through the territory of Hungary or Croatia and Slovenia), and also in traffic between Serbia and Slovenia (transit through the territory of Croatia) traveling with a ticket for the round trip by exceptional affordable price: the Vehicle price for the first passengers, all companions entitled to rebate of 50%, while children (4 to 12 years) receive a special rebate of 75%. Two children from 4 till 12 years are counted as one adult passenger.

More information about the commercial privileges and railway traffic in Serbia, see the following website of Serbian Railways or call the following telephone numbers:

ŽTP "Beograd“
medijacentar@srbrail.rs
Railway station Belgrade
011/ 011 2641-488, 2645-822 call centar: 011/3602-899

Railway station Subotica
024/ 555 606,

Railway station Novi Sad
021/ 443-200

Railway station Niš
018/ 291-320

Because the railway transportation isn’t confidental in Serbia, we sugest to take bus transportation which have good organisation and good bus line with other cities in Europe.

 

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