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Montenegro By Train

Montenegro is worth a visit because of its architectural and cultural heritage, diversity of landscapes and climates and unspoiled nature. Along the Adriatic coast, you’ll find sandy beaches and vibrant nightlife. The main railway destinations are the capital Podgorica and coastal city Bar.

 

Train types in Montenegro

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Regional trains

  • Trains run between BarPodgoricaBijelo Polje and Nikšić.

  • Shown on the Railway Transport of Montenegro website as "local" trains.

  • No reservation required.

International trains

  • Trains connect Bar and Podgorica to Belgrade (Beograd, Topcider station) in Serbia.

  • Shown on the Railway Transport of Montenegro website as "fast" trains.

  • Reservations are optional.

  • You can find times for these international trains (INT) in our Eurail Timetable. Make sure to use 'Topcider' as the station name.

 

Popular connections

You can travel to and from Montenegro from popular cities in the following European countries:

Route Which train? Travel time Reservations
Bar to Belgrade (Serbia) International Train / Night Train 11 hours / 11 hours (overnight) Optional / Required
Podgorica to Belgrade (Serbia) International Train / Night Train 10 hours / 10 hours (overnight) Optional / Required
Please note that international trains only stop at Topcider station, just south of the city center of Belgrade. This is due to railway maintenance works. 

 

Reservations

How can I make reservations for trains in Montenegro?

The only trains in Montenegro that require reservations are the night trains to Belgrade (Serbia). You can make reservations at the ticket offices of the train stations in Bar, Podgorica or Belgrade. Sometimes you'll find there's a queue for tickets. Give yourself enough time to make your arrangements.

 

Get your Pass for Montenegro

Global Pass

 

Be free to visit Montenegro and up to 32 other Eurail countries.


Standard prices from $ 181

 

Tips and tricks for Montenegro

Quick facts

  • Capital: Podgorica

  • Population: 625,000

  • Language: Montenegrin

  • Currency: Euro (EUR)

  • Dialing code: +382

 

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