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The national railway company of Serbia is known as the Serbian Railways. Serbia has over 4,000 km of railway network. Train tickets for trains operating in Serbia can be booked in advance. International trains connect Serbia with neighbouring countries such as Bulgaria and Romania. Book train tickets to visit main cities of Serbia by train. Serbian cities including Beograd, Sid and Nis are all served by trains.
Experience the delights of the capital Belgrade, one of the oldest cities in Europe, then board the Serbian Railway domestic train service to reach charming Novi Sad. You’ll find magnificent buildings in Liberty Square, beautiful scenery in Dunavski Park, and endless galleries and museums.
With a variety of beautiful scenery and cultural and historical monuments; from ancient fortresses to intricate palaces Serbia is a country of contrast. There are lowlands in the north and a hilly and mountainous terrain in the south with more than 15 mountain peaks 2000 metres or more above sea level.
Pack your memories in a suitcase with the folkesy-style handiworks for sale throughout Serbia, from decorated eggs to jewellery boxes and lamps.
Eat & Drink
The Serbians love their confectionary, baklava, nut roll, and kneldle are top of the sweet list. They’re also big on barbecues with pljeskavica (hamburgers) ćevapčići (ground meat sticks), vešalica (grilled strips of pork loin meat) and ražnjići (skewered kabobs), as standard fare in most restaurants. Try some Šljivovic, it’s Serbia’s national drink.
Serbia’s new Prokop railway station, which has been over 30 years in development, is soon to be completed, making Serbia’s train travel even more pleasurable.