- Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 10:10
Serbia has a well developed road network, comparable in terms of density and pavement type to that of the most advanced Central and East European countries.
Regarding geographical position of Serbia and highly developed road connections a shipment can move rapidly cross-country but also it can reach every part of Europe, in less than 72 hours.
The distance between Belgrade and major European cities.
The railway system in Serbia suffered due to lack of investments in previous years, but serious efforts have been made by the Government of Serbia in order to restructure and modernize railway network in Serbia. The projects aim to increase the average speed, along with electrification and construction of the double-gauge railway tracks on certain sections.
The railway network in Serbia has the length of 3,808.736 km with the maximum spindle capacity of 22.5 t. Thanks to Pan European Corridors X and VII,· Serbia offers an access to all European destinations, making transport of goods via railroad very cost effective.
To be able to see the destination and buy a ticket or a reservation you must open an account. You can open your free account in just a few minutes, thereby receive your user name and password, with which you will be able to access the system. Prices could be found HERE.
To download Serbian railways passenger lines map in pdf, check out THIS LINK.
Serbia can be reached by air using one of two international airports in Serbia - Nikola Tesla Airport, country's largest airport and has direct service to many Western European cities and Nis International. Nikola Tesla airport is located 20km from Belgrade city center. On the grounds of the airport you can find everything that you need-exchange machine, post office, ATM’s, restaurants etc. Different types of transfer are available to and from the airport. Mini bus line A1 drives to/from airport from/to the city center-Slavija square for the price of 300 RSD. Drive lest for about 30 minutes. Less reliable way is to use Belgrade public transportation bus with the number 72 also having its final stop at city centaur - on Zeleni venac. A ticket price is 120 RSD if bought in the bus. Other payment options can be found HERE. Renting a car and taking a taxi are also options to consider. From the last year there is unique price system for a taxi ride from the Airport "Nikola Tesla” to sites. Sites are divided into five zones going from 1.500 to 7.000RSD for a very long drive to suburban parts of Belgrade. Flight Information Phone: +381 (0)11 209 4444. Airport Lost & Found Service telephone number: +381 (0)11 209 4854. Lost & Found Service (for Jat Airways): 381 (0)11 2676 374.
Due to the abolition of visas for Serbia, the agreements reached with the European Council (EC), a large number of low-cost companies will be able to sell its flights on Serbian market.
From 2006 "low cost" companies stated their work on routes to many European cities. Currently operating in Serbia German Wings, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Fly Niki, Wind jet, Wizz air, Aegean airlines, Airbaltic, Cimber Sterling, Spanair etc. For detailed info, check out sites of companies so you could find out dates and prices of flights to Serbia.
This way of transporation is the fastest and the most convenient way.
|Duration of Flights||City|
|Up to one hour||Bucharest, Istambul, Ljubljana, Rome, Vienna, Zurich, Sarajevo|
|Up to two hours||Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Kiev, Milan, Munich, Paris, Prague|
|Up to three hours||London, Moscow, Stockholm, Amsterdam|
|More than three hours||New York, Toronto|