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Serbia is yet another European country where East meets West. The rich and mostly hurting history of Serbia can be seen and felt in the communist structures and memorial plates.

The amazing nature has its way of covering the historical pain and the sight is amazing to say at least. Your Interrail or Eurail Serbia journey will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions and enable you to visit an uprising modern nation.

The National Parks are a great opportunity to breathe in fresh air and discover the hidden gems of Serbia.

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3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

51

Adult (28-59)

59

Senior (60+)

53

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

118

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

64

Adult (28-59)

74

Senior (60+)

67

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

148

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

90

Adult (28-59)

104

Senior (60+)

94

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

208

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

114

Adult (28-59)

132

Senior (60+)

119

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

264

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Interrail Slovenia Pass – Get Yours

When discussing Interrail or Eurail passes, what one actually means are the types of tickets which enable you to travel throughout Europe.

Interrail Slovenia Pass – Get Yours 

Those of you who were born and living anywhere outside Europe, for example, Canada or the US, have access to the Eurail Pass.

Given its location, the Eurail Select Pass enables you to visit up to 4 bordering countries, starting from Serbia. This means that you can visit Serbia, Croatia, Austria, and Italy with only one ticket.

So many different cultures are within reach with only one ticket, which makes it a really good value for money.

Choose your Eurail Serbia Pass

As there isn’t a One Country Pass that is valid exclusively in Serbia, you will need to get an Eurail Global Pass or an Eurail Select Pass instead.

3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

53

Adult (28+)

64

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

110

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

67

Adult (28+)

81

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

140

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 80

Adult (28+)

96

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

166

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

116

Adult (28+)

142

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

224

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Interrail Serbia Pass Reservations

The Interrail Pass is available to European citizen and residents and offers you the opportunity to visit only Serbia with the Interrail Serbia Pass, or all participating countries with the Interrail Global Pass.

For those of you who were born and live outside Europe, the pass you need is the Eurail Pass. You have the option to visit only one country or take a trip through 4 bordering countries with the Eurail Select Pass. The ultimate journey is available with the Eurail Global Pass, as it allows you to visit all 30 participating countries.

Once you have decided on which pass is the best for you, just press on any of the links located on this page. This way you can start your purchase on the official vendor’s website – Eurail or Interrail.

Price Reduction: Interrail Serbia Pass

The fact that we have partnered up with the official pass vendors – Interrail and Eurail – allows us to bring you the best offers on the market. This is why the prices you see on our website are the lowest ones, as we are amongst the first ones to hear about the best deals.

In case you are still trying to decide when the best time to start your journey is, we can keep you updated on the most popular destinations and the special prices.

Once you have filled in your name and email below, we will start sending you regular updates so you can prepare for your new journey.

5 Great Reasons to Interrail in Serbia

Slovenia is filled with dazzling natural wonders and the people will make you feel at home for sure. Here are just a few reasons why you should start your Interrail or Eurail journey in Slovenia.

Nature

The natural landscape in Serbia is out of this world. From peculiar pot-looking cliffs to ice caves and quiet waterfalls. Prskalo waterfall is an unusual natural attraction, as the water does not fall in large quantities of water, but rather in a very thin and powerful pour, from up high.

The Ice Cave resembles a gothic castle with impressive structures. It is located in the Uvac canyon so you can only go in one way, by boat.

Nightlife

The Serbs take ‘have fun!’ very, very serious. Belgrade is not only the capital of Serbia but also the capital of fun, with large streets filled with clubs for every taste.

There are the already classic party boats, but pubs are popular as well. Students are mostly populating the cities of Nis and Novi Sad, so if you are around, make sure to spend a night or two.

The cultural diversity will make you feel at home and you will have the chance to meet great people who will make your Interrail or Eurail Serbia journey even better.

Food and drinks

The Serbs are totally meat lovers, so you can forget about your diet for a few days. Serbian cuisine is known for succulent and tasty meat dishes, accompanied by olives and traditional cheese.

Due to the warm climate, there are plenty of vineyards and fruit trees are all around. As such, it is clear why their traditional beverage is made of fruits. Almost anything you eat goes with Rakia, the traditional fruit brandy. Yum!

Spas

Serbia has a long history of thermal baths, all the way back to the Roman times. The Ottomans then upgraded this relaxation spot to the Turkish baths we enjoy today so there are plenty of spas all over Serbia.

The most acclaimed one is Vrnjačka Banja, located in the central part of the country. Other famous spas are Sokobanja, Banja Brujci or Novi Pazar Spa, so get ready for some relaxation and treatments right on the Balkan peninsula!

Festival

Have we mentioned that the Serbs are really good at entertainment? One of the most famous European festivals – EXIT – takes place takes place in Novi Sad in July and gathers thousands of visitors.

Another great event for music lovers is the Guca trumpet and brass festival, which takes place in August. There are festivals and events happening each month in Serbia so there is plenty to see and hear.

All you meat lovers out there, make sure to attend the Leskovac Grill Festival happening in September.

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Access Europe With Interrail Serbia!

Serbia’s location in the Balkans makes it is an easy place to begin or end your Interrail Journey.

If that is what you’d like to do, you can find the best flights via Skyscanner, using the free tool below.

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Interrail / Eurail Serbia – what to do, where to go?

Serbia has plenty of popular and also hidden attractions, so it might seem hard to pick just a few places to visit. Below are just some destinations that are worth checking out.

Belgrade

Belgrade

The capital city of Serbia has it all – from communist buildings to art nouveau architecture and ancient ruins.

There is a little bit for every taste, with exuberant nightlife and quiet green spaces during the day.

If you want to have a better look at the city, make your way to the Kalemagdan Fortress and take a stroll in the park that offers beautiful views of Belgrade.

For a little more relaxation, you can visit the small island of Ada Ciganlija and lay on the beach.

The same place also offers many adventure activities, such as bungee jumping, rollerblading or water activities.

Rosomački lonci

This is a true natural wonder, located near Pirot. As you walk through the canyon, the layered cliffs looking like imperfect cauldrons or pots will amaze you and make you feel like you are walking in another world.

The eastern part of Serbia will take you on a wonderful journey through untouched nature so this could very well be the perfect destination for a nature lover and an adventure lover as well.

The Rosomački Canyon strings along the Stara Planina Mountain, where you can follow the hiking trails.

Your Interrail or Eurail Serbia journey can take you to see some of Serbia’s famous landscape so pack your boots!

The Sretenje monastery

This is another hidden gem of Serbia. For those of you who are brave enough to go on an adventure on Mount Ovča, nature will reward you with a breathtaking landscape.

Not only is the scenery amazing with all the surrounding forests, but hidden deep in the woods there is a small monastery built in the 15th or 16th century.

You do not even have to be religious to admire the structure’s beauty and be amazed by how nature embraces a human-built piece of heaven.

In fact, nobody can say for sure when it was built, but one thing is for sure – the trip up to the top of the mountain is totally worth it!

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Nis

The city of Nis has a long and rich history and perhaps the most notable information is that this is the birthplace of an important figure in Christianity.

This is where Emperor Constantine the Great was born and you can still feel the vibe of an important place in history.

The Nis Fortress is said to be one of the most stunning structures in the Balkans and it easy to see why once you get there.

The city bears the heavy cross of unhappy events as well and you can learn a valuable history lesson at the Red Cross Concentration Camp.

Novi Sad

The second largest city in Serbia is scattered with 19th-century Hungarian-style architecture and is a very pleasant place to take a relaxing walk.

The main square is home to the Neo-Gothic style church, called Name of Mary Catholic Church.

This is also a university town, so the scene is lively all year round. As there are many students around, there are also plenty of pubs, clubs and tasty restaurants to try on.

This is also the place to experience the crazy nightlife of Serbia while enjoying their delicious traditional food.

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Interrail and Eurail Serbia Map and Planner

After you decide on which pass you need and you purchase it, you can expect to be delivered a pack at home. This will contain your ticket and other useful items. Amongst these, there will be a map so you can start building your itinerary.

Until you receive your pack, you can have a look at the vast transport network in Serbia and not only.

As difficult as it sounds, choosing an itinerary is easy when using an online tool such as interrailplanner.com. This user-friendly tool will generate you an itinerary based on your preferences and your final destination in the country and not only.

Interrail Romania – Serbia

The neighboring country of Romania can be easily visited from Serbia with your Interrail Global Pass, as there are connecting trains.

It is pretty hard to get bored of the natural wonders of Serbia, but you really should check out the hiking trails in the Carpathian Mountains in Romania as well.

Moreover, should you miss laying down in the sun, the Black Sea is close by and waiting for you to relax with a cocktail in your hand.

Route: Belgrade (Serbia) > Timisoara (Romania) > Bucharest (Romania)

The two capital cities are connected by train, but you can stop along your way and enjoy other Romanian cities as well.

Eurail Greece to Serbia

Your Eurail Select Pass can get you from the rugged landscape on Serbia all the way to the white beaches and gorgeous architecture of Greece. You can upgrade your Eurail Serbia journey and enjoy the passionate and exhilarating culture of Greece.

Route: Belgrade (Serbia) > Sofia (Bulgaria) > Thessaloniki (Greece) > Athens (Greece)

You can also visit Bulgaria along the way and admire the Golden Sands by the Black Sea.

Interrail Serbia – best places to stay

You’ll need to have somewhere to stay when you’re on your Interrail or Eurail Serbia trip. Here’s some places where you can do just that, brought to you by our readers, as well as our partners at Booking.com.

Reader Recommendations

We want to hear about the best places you stayed while you were on your Interrail Serbia trip – bonus points if they’re a little off the beaten track! Share the love and give us a recommendation – get in touch or add yours in the comments section (coming soon)!

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Hotels are ideal for those who need a bit more personal space, such as couples or friends travelling together.

After a day of exploring in a foreign country, there’s nothing quite like a freshly made hotel bed.

Get a great deal on your hotels from our partners at Booking.com, right here!


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Hostels are great because:

a) they are incredibly cheap, and

b) they are normally full of other people who are also travelling that you can share experiences with.

Check out some hostels and their reviews here, thanks to our partners at Hostelworld.

Visit Hostelworld to find your accommodation.

Recommended Interrail Serbia Route

Choosing an itinerary can be pretty difficult if you have not visited the country yet, which is why we thought we could help you out. Below is a route for your convenience, feel free to adjust it as you need.

Route: Belgrade > Nis > Novi Sad

Belgrade: Visit the capital city of Serbia and admire ruins of historical importance. The Kalemagdan Fortress is a must, as it is one of the top attractions in Serbia. Restaurants and pubs are at every corner, waiting for you to enjoy the local food and drinks. Book your hotel or hostel.

Nis: See for yourself where the Great Emperor Constantine was born and walk in his footsteps along the cobbled streets. The Nis Fortress is definitely worth checking out as well. Book your hotel or hostel.

Novi Sad: Get lost in the crazy nightlife that is typical of the Serbs. This university town will not disappoint you if what you are looking for is fun! Book your hotel or hostel.

Which Interrail Serbia Pass Will I Need?

Keep in mind that the Interrail Serbia Pass is only available to those of you who were born and live in Europe.

Which Eurail Serbia Pass Will I Need?

The Eurail Serbia Pass is available to non-European citizen and residents so make sure you choose the available pass for you.

Belgrade, Serbia

Visit the capital city of Serbia and admire ruins of historical importance. The Kalemagdan Fortress is a must, as it is one of the top attractions in Serbia. Restaurants and pubs are at every corner, waiting for you to enjoy the local food and drinks. Book your hotel or hostel.

Nis

See for yourself where the Great Emperor Constantine was born and walk in his footsteps along the cobbled streets. The Nis Fortress is definitely worth checking out as well. Book your hotel or hostel.

Novi Sad

Get lost in the crazy nightlife that is typical of the Serbs. This university town will not disappoint you if what you are looking for is fun! Book your hotel or hostel.

Interrail / Eurail Serbia Photo Gallery

Here are some of the best photographs people have been kind enough to share from their previous Interrail Serbia trips.

If you have photos to share, we’re open to considering them for display on this page – just email us to start a conversation!

Conversely, if you see your photo here and want it taken down, just let us know.

Interrail Serbia FAQ

Whichever Interrail or Eurail Serbia guide you read, there will always be unanswered questions. If you feel that there is anything missing from this guide or the FAQ below, let us know in the comments or send an email!

What to bring on my Interrail Serbia trip?

The official Interrail website lists the following as necessary items to bring with you on your trip:

  • First Aid kit
  • Photocopies of important documents
  • Spare credit card
  • Padlock
  • Torch
  • Driving licence
  • Money belt
  • Universal adaptor
  • Alarm clock
  • Phrase book
  • Small speakers
  • Waterproof jacket / poncho
  • Backpack rain cover
  • Plasters
  • Playing cards
  • Bottle opener
  • Hiking boots
  • Swimming goggles
  • Wet wipes
  • Resealable bags

And of course, you will need a backpack to carry everything – lucky for you, we’ve taken the time to review the best Interrail backpack options out there.

Is it safe?

Holland is one of the safest and most welcoming countries in Europe. The people are friendly and it has a very low crime rate.

Regardless, it is always important to take care – try to avoid walking streets alone at night, and keep your valuables somewhere safe. If there’s no safe place at your hotel or hostel, keep them with you!

If you are concerned about something that could go wrong on your trip, we recommend taking a look at World Nomads Travel Insurance – it’s designed especially for travellers rather than typical holidaymakers.

Interrail and Eurail Serbia get your Pass today!

Serbia will amaze you with its majestic natural wonders, just begging to be discovered, such as the meandering waters of Uvac River or the natural stone bridges known as Vratna Gates.

For winter sports enthusiasts, make sure to check out the Kopaonik ski town.

The delicious food along with the traditional drink of Rakia and the dazzling nightlife will leave you with plenty of memorable moments.

Not sure where to go next?

We’ve got you covered! Check out some of Europe’s top places to visit and explore in our guides below.

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