Transportation Routes in Serbia

Transportation can sometimes feel overwhelming in foreign lands, but let me assure you that is mostly ease-free in Serbia.  Here are the exact routes that I took on my journey.

Serbia Transportation

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Sarajevo to Belgrade

Private Van: I used Gea Tours as recommendation by blogger The Blonde Gypsy.  As she notes in her write-up, the arranged pickup time was early to accommodate the other travelers who had flights.  The driver had to take a non-direct route as he said the roads in this part of Bosnia & Herzegovina were bad.

Belgrade: I was dropped off at the hotel directly.  The main tourist areas were walkable.  Several of the other sites (ie fort and Tito’s home) are accessible via public transport.  I used a taxi to go to the bus station.

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Belgrade to Ljubljana

Bus: This is a very improbable route to take as it’s (1) far and (2) goes through Zagreb, Croatia which I had already been to but might be your destination.  I had avoided Slovenia on my way into the Balkans as my 90 day Schengen Visa had not renewed and I needed to stay out of the Schengen Zone.  When reviewing my options on, the flight was 5 hours not including transportation time and arriving early to the airport. The bus was an 7.5 hour direct shot and ~$20, so I took this option and planned for a work day in the bus.

The bus company was Lasta a Euroline company. The buses were fairly clean and I had no issues. We made 2 stops at the 2.5 hour and 5 hour marks for bathroom breaks.  Note: Make sure you keep some Serbian money for the bathrooms at the 2 highway stops as they require coins for access.

Ljubljana: My hotel was fairly close and a 15-20 min walk. Ljubljana is very walkable.

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Have your traveled in Serbia?
If you have been, tell us your tips for transportation options.

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