Republic of Serbia Transportation

  • Bus 72 at Belgrade Airport
    Bus 72 at Belgrade Airport
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  • Bus stop at Zeleni Venac Market
    Bus stop at Zeleni Venac Market
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  • Nikola Tesla Airport
    Nikola Tesla Airport
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Republic of Serbia Transportation

  • Lesak-Rudnica train exchange on Kosovo...

    Finally we got the first photo shots of Lesak exchange point and the formalities. Lesak is on the "Albanian" side of the administrative border with Kosovo. The entire procedure is very simple. The only documents being checked (Aug 17. 2007) were the train tickets. Due the disputed nature of the border it is PROBABLY not much different now either....

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  • Riding for free on Belgrade buses

    If you want to ride the Belgrade public transportation, my advice is that you buy a ticket and don't validate it. Carry it with you, always sit or stand near a verifying machine and if there is a controller coming (they wear yellow vests with BEOGRAD in cyrilic script printed on them, and they are easily spotted when they enter the bus) If you get...

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  • Going to Novi Sad by train

    If you want to go by train from Belgrade to Novi Sad, my tip is to buy round-trip ticket at once to get a cheaper fare. They don't do international student discounts...We payed 460 denari for 2 people, round-trip

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  • International Border Control...

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL BORDERControl points for airports and river travel.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia(Kosova)/Albania

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 2 BORDERCROSSINGS BY ROAD.Serbia does not recognize the Republic of Kosova so copiedthis info from THE Kosova MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS Visas for foreign citizensThe Republic of Kosovo still does not apply a visa regime for foreign citizens. A foreign citizen...

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Bosnia

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 13 BORDERCROSSINGS BY RIVER,TRAIN AND BY ROAD.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Croatia

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 13 BORDERCROSSINGS BY RIVER,TRAIN AND BY ROAD.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Romania

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 17 BORDERCROSSINGS BY RIVER,TRAIN AND BY ROAD.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Bulgaria

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 6 BORDERCROSSINGS BY TRAIN AND BY ROAD.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Fyrom Macedonia

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 6 BORDERCROSSINGS BY TRAIN AND BY ROAD.

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  • Border Crossings Serbia/Hungary

    SEE THE SERBIAN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS LINK OR CLICK ON THE PICTURE HERE TO SEE ALL 8 BORDERCROSSINGS BY TRAIN, RIVER AND BY ROAD from Hungaryinto Serbia

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  • Left luggage rooms at Belgrade train...

    Several visitors had concerns about the location of the left luggage storage at Belgrade train station. The location is not really tricky, the service is safe (once I stored there equipment worth $5000) but the building is not marked properly and for newcomers it may look somewhat scary while in the reality it is not. The service is very...

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  • Bus to Serbia

    A lot of international bus lines travel to Serbia. The country is right in the middle of Balkan, and the capital Belgrade is an intersection for traveling to south east Europe.

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  • Serbian Auto-trains

    Serbian railway indeed offers car transportation. The cars of the passengers are transported inside covered or non-covered railway wagons. This is a very inexpensive, very convenient way to take the car from Subotica, Novi Sad, Beograd to Bar (Montenegro) or from Beograd to Thessaloniki.There is, however a catch: despite of what seem to be an "open...

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  • Serbia: visa-free for Russians

    From today (March 6, 2008) Russian citizens do not need any kind of visa.Earlier at the border either a vaucher or an invitation had to be presented. Otherwise the Russian traveler had to have a visa in the passport. For Russians, the Serbian visa was one of the easiest and cheapest ($20) - but it seriously hindered the tourism from the province...

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  • Kosovo, Kraljevo, Skopje train timetable

    It is well possible to travel to and from Kosovo by train. It is even cheaper than by bus. It can be slower but has some advantages:1) very low-profile2) large crowds do not travel by trains3) the probability of being not controlled (see the infamous entry stamp trap) is the highest on the train4) trains are politically motivated and...

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  • Trains are again a good option!

    There are some good connections from Vienna/Budapest to Baograd and then further south to Skopje and Thessaloniki. Trains to Montenegro and Pristina are less confy...Travel by land is the most environmentally friendly wayof getting to know the world, but there are times whereair travel becomes expedient. The least we can do whenwe do travel using...

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  • snowy tractor having his winter rest

    every family in the small village of Kriva Reka in Serbia have tractors since they have fields to work in Summer.The main fruits in Serbia which are abundant in Summer are raspberries,blueberries,plumsRaspberries are so delicious and it's juice is very good.Raspberry homemade milkshake is super.

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  • How much people in Serb.& Mont....

    Taken from an article from Montenegro journal “Vijesti”“…Gentlemen from Forbs, would people that have been driving the best cars all their lives be able to start decomposed Yugo with 2 electrical wires and take the whole family on a skiing trip? And all of that with tires so bald, maybe even balder than many of those richest people of the world...

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  • I love Yugo!

    Vote for the worst car of the year on a tremendous site dedicated to fat owners of the most luxurious cars - FORBES!Make Yugo proud!;o)))Say I love Yugo and vote Yugo for the worst car ever built! VOTE NOW

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  • Where does Yugo come from?

    Yugo is being produced (mostly) in beautiful city of Kragujevac. Crvena Zastava (Red Flag) factory was “partially” destroyed in 1999 during NATO war against Serbia & Montenegro , but somehow was able to continue to make cars. The production is not really doing great, but many people in Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, FRY Macedonia etc. are still...

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  • You all know Yugo!

    Yugo, the 8th and 9th World’s Wonder is being produced in Serbia!Many people say that Yugo is the worst Automobile ever made in the world, but they don’t know sh.t.Those are the people that have no sense for adventure, that love to “accept the miniscule glimpse of what they see and selectively choose to define their lives by” (as a good friend of...

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  • Airports: Belgrade...

    Airports: Belgrade Airport in Belgrade ,Podgorica Airport and Tivat Airport (Montenegro). Rail way stations almost everywhere, but I wouldn’t recommend that LOL, except if you are using international train . Ports and Harbors: Bar, Kotor, Zelenika (Adriatic sea), Belgrade, Novi Sad , Pancevo ( Danube) So the best way to come here is by plane to...

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Republic of Serbia Hotels

  • Continental Hotel Beograd

    Continental (former Intercontinental) Hotel Beograd (Belgrade), Serbia Vladimira Popovica 10 Phone...

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  • Ile de France

    That was a fantastic trip in Novi Sad and a fantastic stay in Isle of France in the hart of the Novi...

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  • Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina

    Nene Tereze, Pristina 10 000, Kosovo

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Hotel Zelengora

    Hotel Zelengora is the hotel with the longest tradition in Kragujevac. It was built by benefactor...

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  • Hotel Srbija

    Svetosavski trg 12, Vrsac, 26300, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Luxotel

    Laze Lazarevica 6, Zrenjanin 23000, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Breza

    It is an OK hotel, nothing to knock you of your feet, but OK. Big rooms, good food... If you are...

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  • Srbija Tis Hotel

    Nikole Pasica bb, Zajecar, 19000, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

  • Zlatibor Hotel Uzice

    Dimitrija Tucovica 149, Uzice, 31000, Serbia

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

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