Serbia

Serbia quick facts

  • Population: 7.2 million

  • Language: Serbian

  • Currency: Serbian dinar (RSD)

  • Dialing code: +381

Trains in Serbia

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Interrail passes for Serbia

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Interrail Serbia Pass from € 43

The Interrail Serbia Pass is the best way to visit Serbia's highlights like Belgrade, Novi Sad or Niš.

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Interrail Global Pass from € 206

The Interrail Global Pass is the flexible and budget-friendly way to get around up to 30 countries in Europe. Travel by train from one cool destination to the next. One day you're on a pub crawl through Amsterdam and the next you're white-water rafting in Interlaken, Switzerland.

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Places to visit

Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade
Kalemegdan Fortress, Belgrade

Belgrade: Building a bright future

Although Belgrade (Beograd) isn’t one of Europe’s prettiest cities, it’s slowly shaking off its war-torn image and becoming an intriguing tourist destination. The city has a mish-mash of architectural styles thanks to the continuous destruction and rebuilding that has taken place over centuries. The Kalemegdan Fortress is one of the city’s best highlights. It was founded in the third century B.C. and for many centuries the whole population of the city resided within the fortress walls.

Kalemegdan Fortress is a 25-minute walk from Pristanište train station.

Ada Ciganlija, Belgrade
Ada Ciganlija, Belgrade

City beach fun

One of Serbia’s main hives of outdoor pursuits is around Ada Ciganlija – a river island that was artificially turned into a peninsula. Located in the River Sava, this place is swarming with sunbathers and swimmers during the summer period. There are a number of activities to enjoy besides the decent sandy beaches – choose from kayaking, water-skiing, bungee jumping, paintballing and much more. During winter visit Serbia’s major ski resort: Kapaonik National Park – excellent slopes and a cheaper alternative to the Alps.

Ada Ciganlija and Kapaonik National Park can be reached by bus from the Belgrade’s main train station.

Studenica Monastery
Studenica Monastery

Fine fortresses and magnificent monasteries

Novi Sad, just 17 kilometres north of Belgrade is a charming city with remnants of Austro-Hungarian rule. Rising up from the Danube’s banks is Petrovaradin Fortress. This wonderful monument is home to Serbia’s famous Exit music festival each year. In the southern part of Serbia lie some of the country’s finest monasteries. Studenica, was the first to be built and is regarded as the most splendid – not only from the outside but also from within its fresco-laden walls.

From Novi Sad’s train station take a bus to the centre of the city and to Petrovaradin Fortress. Studenica can be reached by bus from Ušće.

Fruška Gora National Park
Fruška Gora National Park

Stunning scenery and spa towns

Serbia’s Fruška Gora National Park, sometimes referred to as 'Serbia’s gem' has a diverse range of flora and fauna which can be observed via the many hiking trails. Along the way there are a number of monasteries to stop at. If you want to treat yourself, Banja Koviljača could be just what you’re looking for. This spa town located in the west of Serbia has several sulphurous and iron-rich mineral springs – visit a spa centre and you can experience remedial powers and feel like a new person!

The best way to reach Fruška Gora National Park is by road from Novi Sad. The nearest train station from Banja Koviljača is 60 km away in Šabac, from there take a bus to complete the journey.

Restaurant boat, Belgrade
Restaurant boat, Belgrade

Up-and-coming party hub

Famed for its excellent nightlife, Belgrade is attracting party revellers from far and wide. The city is teeming with great places to drink and party, so there’s little chance of getting an early night. Visit Strahinjića Bana – a street with tons of cafes and bars, which has a buzzing atmosphere every day of the week. Another popular party zone is around the quay, where there are some great restaurants and clubs aboard the river boats.

Strahinjića Bana is a 15-minute walk from Pristanište train station. The quay area is a 15-minute walk from Tošin Bunar train station and is situated behind the Yugoslavia Hotel.

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