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Belgrade–Bar railway: the ultimate Balkans train trip
Dramatic is the operative word for the Belgrade–Bar railway line, which promises authentic culture and geographic riches around every bend as it rumbles over unsullied, mountainous landscape from the Serbian capital to Montenegro’s Adriatic Coast. During the 12-hour journey, the train disappears into the Dinaric Alps, charges through canyons, teeters on stilted bridges spanning river gorges, and skims atop an ancient tectonic lake.
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Exploring Zemun, Belgrade’s most atmospheric quarter
No visit to Belgrade is complete without at least half a day spent in Zemun. This picturesque neighbourhood on the Danube’s right bank was formerly a separate town, located across the river from central Belgrade.
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Belgrade for sports fans: where to watch and play
Sport has been a major part of Belgraders’ identity ever since Yugoslavia came fourth at the inaugural football World Cup in Uruguay in 1930. Indeed, when explaining Serbia to foreigners, the locals almost invariably mention at least one star athlete from the past few decades, from tennis world number-one Novak Đoković to one-time Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidić, or NBA’s current and former stars Nikola Jokić and Vlade Divac.
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