Impressive, startling, theatrical, thrilling, over-whelming are all terms synonymous with the paramount Balkans train trip through the Belgrade-Bar railway line. This moving museum will take you down the marvelous fairy-tale pictures, the spell bounding portraits, the entranced movie sets, geographical abundance, nature's miracles and bona-fide culture as it curves through large canyons, hefty mountains, Dinaric Alps, stilted briges, over gorges and tectonic lakes. Spanning from the Serbian capital to Montenegro's Adriatic Coast, the 12-hour journey will disclose to you one of the planet's highest railway bridges, Mala Rijeka Viaduct; the Balkan's largest lake, Skadar (or Shkodra), land of the world's oldest olive trees (over 2000 years old), Bar. As the sky and the landscape take the various shades of blue, green , crimson, amber, orange through the cliffs and terrains, the dramatic journey in the train offers the explorers, glimpses of the routes traversed by Greeks, Illyrians, the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires along the way. Initiating earlier from Belgrade's historic railway station until July 1 2018, the train now outsets from the Topčider Station south of the city centre and is an odyssey worth devouring.
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