Flight operators from the UK include Wizz Air (www.wizzair.com) and Air Serbia (www.airserbia.com), built from the remnants of the Yugoslav national airline JAT. Serbia’s rail connections with neighbouring countries are now fairly limited: from Belgrade there are currently two daily services to Budapest in Hungary, two to Podgorica (and Bar on the coast) in Montenegro, two to Skopje in Macedonia, one to Sofia in Bulgaria (via Niš), and one to Zagreb in Croatia. For the time being there are no services to Romania or Bosnia. No visas are needed for nationals of the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Republic of Ireland, or any EU country staying in Serbia for up to ninety days.
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