Serbia is situated on Pan-European Transport Corridor 10, meaning that there is a well-developed rail network with many international daytime and overnight trains connecting Serbia with all parts of Europe.
Serbian Railways recognises the following discount schemes: InterRail, EuroDomino, Rail Plus, Balkan Flexipass, Easy Travel Card, Euro<26, City Star, ISIC and the Uniform Balkan Tariff. There are also discounts for children and groups.
Nemanjina 6, 11000 Belgrade tel: +381 (0)11 3616-722
- Passenger Travel Directorate, tel: +381 (0)11 3616-962
Belgrade Main Railway Station
Savski trg 2, 11000 Belgrade, tel: +381 (0)11 360-2899 (24 hours)
TRAIN STATIONS IN LARGER TOWNS IN SERBIA
||Nikole Pašića 13
|| +381(0)30 421 - 926
||Bul. palih ratnika 91/92bb
|| +381(0)14 220 - 988
|| +381(0)19 440 - 830
||dr. Vase Savića 1
|| +381(0)23 530 - 388
||Gine Pajević bb
|| +381(0)35 221 - 003
|| +381(0)34 9803
||Hajduk Veljkova bb
|| +381(0)36 313 - 555
||Druge južnomoravske brigade 9
|| +381(0)37 428 - 888
||Kralja Petra I bb
|| +381(0)16 212 - 390
||Dimitrija Tucovića bb
|| +381(0)18 291 - 320
||Bul. Jaše Tomića bb
|| +381(0)21 6338 - 741
||Nikole Pašića bb
|| +381(0)10 322 - 528
||Knez Milošev venac bb
|| +381(0)12 222 - 052
|| +381(0)22 422 - 597
||Park Rajhl Ferenca bb
|| +381(0)24 555 - 606
||Cara Dušana 13
|| +381(0)15 341 - 912
||Mihajla Pupina bb
|| +381(0)31 513 - 165
INTERNATIONAL TRAIN TICKETS
International train tickets can be bought in advance at ticket offices in train stations and in travel agencies two months at the earliest before the first day of the validity period.
Reservation Centre, Savski trg 2, 11000 Belgrade
tel: +381 (0)11 2645-763, fax: 2658-888
From “Mokra gora” to “Sargan Vitasi” you will pass through 22 tunnels,over five bridges,and overcome the altitude difference of 300 meters, and all that on a total distance of 15,440 meters. Down the canyon on river Kamesina to the gentle valley of Mokra Gora. On "Eight" runs "Nostalgija" train, which is very popular among children, adults, domestic and foreign tourists. The museum train "Nostagija" consists of restored second and third class coaches, dining car and is ibeing hauled, depending on requirements, by steam or diesel locomotive.
During your ride you will have an opportunity to see from one of five observation platforms all the beauty and richness of the nature of this region.
"Sargan eight" is the most atractive museum and tourist Railway of narrow-gauge track on the Balcan Peninsula, while museum and tourist complex "Sargan eight" represents special tourist attraction, visited by 10.000 tourists from country and abroad every year.
For more than 15 years "Romantika", museum and tourist train of "Serbian Railways", takes you to romantic trips through Serbia. Beside the opportunity to travel in restored coaches, which date from 1930s, and to hear a whisle of the steam locomotive, we offer you to visit numerious touristic and cultural attractions and traditional events.
Join us from April 16th to October 1th 2011 on our romantic journeys to: Sremski Karlovci, Vrsac, Palic, Bela Crkva, Novi Sad, Pozarevac, Jagodina, Smederevo, Ovcar banja, Mokra Gora...
Take a ride every weekend in first, second or third class coach, drink coffee in dining car and with the smoke of steam locomotive go back to romantic 1930s. In that time "Romantika" will take you to: fairs, grape gatherings, festivals, carnevals, sport games or some other events.
Twice a month "Romantika" train will take you to Branesci, to visit the "Sargan Eight" complex or to ride on narrow gauge track on the “Nostalgija“ train.
One of the most famous and most popular trains in the whole world was build in 1959 for special needs of former president of SFRY - Josip Broz Tito. Designed as a place that provides accommodation, working conditions and opportunity to complete all protocol obligations while traveling, this train was real residence on wheels in the country and abroad.
Equipped with all what was necessary for the luxurious and comfortable traveling, the train was labeled with the food reason as a train saloon. The interior of the train was mostly made of wood. The builders used mahagony, pear and wlnut, and saloons and hailways were decorated with quality materials and preserved in its authentic form.
The main part of the blue train consists of: apartment saloon of the president, ceremonial conference saloon, dining car, central kitchen, apartment saloon for guests, sleeping car and energy-distribution wagon.
The president Tito had over 60 politicians from all over the world as guests in his blue train, which made more than 600 000 km.