Belgrade, Serbia: Travel Tips for Visiting the White City by Train

Belgrade, SerbiaBelgrade is closer than you might think.

Belgrade, or the White City, is located in Serbia. This city has been demolished 40 times and rebuilt. The amount of conflict that has been endured shows how strong the nation is.

There is much to see and do in Belgrade. From museums, to art galleries, and they even pride themselves on having the second-largest arena in Europe! The arena is magnificent and is a must-see on your trip.

You’ll definitely want to dine on one of the floating restaurants located along the Sava and Danube rivers. There you can enjoy delectable Serbian cuisine while appreciating the view all around you.

Depending on where you’re traveling from, it is fairly easy to get to Belgrade. If you happen to be in Venice, it will take about 14 hours. While direct rail service is not available, you will get to experience several trains which will enhance your adventure!

Take the train from Venice to Villach (approximately 3.5 hours). From Villach, hop on a train to Ljubljana (approximately 2 hours). Upon arrival in Ljubljana, take the next train to Zagreb (approximately 2.5 hours) and then continue on to Belgrade (approximately 6.5 hours).

When traveling abroad, we find it’s best to travel with an open mind. Open yourself up to new experiences. It’s not everyday you get a chance to visit Serbia, why not make today the day you do? It is an amazing country, and you will notice differences and similarities to what you’re accustomed to in western Europe. Enjoy your trip to Belgrade and let us know about it when you return! Click here to learn more about Belgrade.

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