Routes covering country: Serbia

Europe by Rail: The Definitive Guide
Trotsky travelled south from Budapest in 1912 in order to report on the Balkan Wars for the newspaper 'Kievskaya Mysl'. He nicely captured the essence of the journey with the observation in his diary that “although the railway line from Budapest to Belgrade proceeds mainly in a southerly direction, from the cultural standpoint one moves eastward.”
This route in Europe by Rail repays time and effort on a journey that takes in three capitals (Zagreb, Belgrade and Sofia) and concludes with a ride through the fine hill country of south-west Bulgaria to reach northern Greece