Jadran Ekspres (meaning Adriatic Express) train will travel between Belgrade and Split once week, according to an announcement by Serbian Railways.
The train will depart from Belgrade every Friday at 15:16 and from Split every Saturday at 18:43, and the intermediate station will be in Knin and Perkovic.
Serbian Railways will start selling tickets for the international train "Adriatic Express", on May 15th.
The price for a seat is 37.50 Euros, while sleepers cost 45 Euros, one way. The most expensive tickets are 80 Euros for a single cabin. Children under six years old travel for free, and up to 14 years pay half the price.
Last year, the train also transported cars for 40 Euros one way, but we can't confirm that's valid this year too.
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