Transport in Serbia
|Economy of 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.
- 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
Coach transport in Serbia
Travel by bus in Serbia is one of the most popular means of travel as it offers attractive costs to local passengers as opposed to flying. Each large city in Serbia has multiple competing inter-city bus companies, whereas even small villages may have their own flagship bus company. Belgrade Bus Station is the station from which the greatest amount of international destinations are served, and it is also the hub of Lasta Beograd.
Roads and highways
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: 688 km (2011)
- Unpaved: 13,950 km (2002)
The total length of waterways is 587 km (2005).
Ports on the Danube:
Ports on the Sava:
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Five of them are large enough to be listed with IATA Airport Codes:
- Belgrade Nikola Tesla - BEG
- Belgrade Batajnica - BJY
- Kraljevo-Lađevci Airport - LYKV
- Niš Constantine the Great Airport - INI
- Užice-Ponikve - UZC
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