Transport in Serbia
Serbia, and in particular the valley of Morava is often described as "the crossroad between the East and the West", which is one of primary reasons for its turbulent history. The valley is by far the easiest way of land travel from continental Europe to Greece and Asia Minor.
The following motorways pass through the country:
- A1: Szeged, Hungary - Subotica - Novi Sad - Beška Bridge - Belgrade - Niš - Leskovac - Grdelica - Vranje - Preševo - Kumanovo, Republic of Macedonia.
- A3: Slavonski Brod, Croatia - Šid - Belgrade.
- A4: Niš - Niška Banja - Pirot - Dimitrovgrad - Sofia, Bulgaria.
- Total: 37,937 km (2002)
- Paved: 23,937 km (2002)
- Motorways: 706.86 km (2016)
- Unpaved: 13,950 km (2002)
- Track length: 4,093 km
- Line length: 3,809 km
- Main lines length: 1,768 km
- Length of other lines I and II category; 2,041 km
- Electrified line length: 1,279 km 
Narrow gauge: Some narrow gauge railways are being reinstated for touristic purposes
Five airports are listed with IATA Airport Codes:
- Belgrade Nikola Tesla - BEG
- Belgrade Batajnica - BJY
- Niš Constantine the Great Airport - INI
- Kraljevo-Lađevci Airport - KVO
- Užice-Ponikve - UZC
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|2,438 to 3,047 m||4||0|
|1,524 to 2,437 m||4||2|
|914 to 1,523 m||2||9|
|under 914 m||4||12|
|Economy of Serbia|
The total length of waterways is 587 km (2005).
Ports on the Danube:
Ports on the Sava:
This article incorporates public domain material from the CIA World Factbook website https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html.
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