How to get to Serbia

Plane

The national airline Air Serbia, together with numerous foreign airlines, operates regular routes to the international airports in Belgrade, Niš and Priština from locations all over the world. An ever-increasing number of low-cost airlines also fly to Serbia’s airports.
 

Coach

Serbia stands at the crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe, its routes leading via the Morava-Vardar and Nišava-Marica valleys to the Aegean coast, to Asia Minor and to the Middle East.
Regular coach lines connect Serbia to all neighboring Balkan countries and the majority of Central and Western European countries. There is also a well-developed network of coach lines connecting all towns within Serbia.
 

Train

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 recognizes 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.
 

Car

Serbia is located on Pan-European Corridor 10 which is the shortest route between central/western and southernmost Europe. It runs through eight countries: Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Greece. European routes E70 and E75 meet in Belgrade and Novi Sad, E75 and E80 in Niš and E80 and E65 in Priština.
 
The main road routes in Serbia are:
  • From the north, from the border with Hungary, route E75: Horgoš – Subotica – Novi Sad – Belgrade – Niš – Vranje – Preševo and on to Macedonia
  • From the west, from the border with Croatia, route E70: Batrovci – Sremska Mitrovica – Belgrade – PanĨevo – Vršac – Vatin continuing on to Romania
  • From the east, from the border with Bulgaria, route E80: Gradina – Dimitrovgrad – Pirot – Niš – Prokuplje – Priština – Kosovska Mitrovica – Mehov Krš and on to Montenegro
 
To enter Serbia, drivers of vehicles with foreign number plates need:
– Their national driving licence
– Registration document (together with permission to drive a car registered to a third party, if needed)
– Insurance policy (green card) 

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