How to get from Belgrade to Pristina
How to get from Belgrade to Pristina? Travel by train, bus, car transfers, taxi or by own car let’s see the options to travel from the Belgrade to Pristina.
How to get from Belgrade to Pristina by train
There is no direct train service between Serbia and Kosovo. However, Serbian Railways run two daily trains from Kraljevo to Kosovska Mitrovica in the north part of Kosovo. To get from Kosovska Mitrovica to other parts of Kosovo you have to continue by bus or minibus.
Another option is to travel by by train from Belgrade to Skopje and than also by train from Skopje to Pristina.
This train combination is a 24h travel, who start in the evening at 18:35 and arrive next day at 19:10, click here to book this option.
How to get from Belgrade to Pristina by bus
Travel by bus from Belgrade to Pristina takes 330 minutes (5h 30m) by Adio Tours company. There are 2 daily trips starting at 12:00 and 21:30 from Belgrade. The price vary from 15 to 20 euro according with Busradar.com website. The trip to travel night is 1 hour longer, it might take 390 minutes (6h 30m).
How to get from Belgrade to Pristina by taxi and car transfers
Christian Transfers provide reliable ground transportation options for Belgrade to Pristina. Trasfers are operated with economic cars for 1-4 people like Saloon (WV Passat, Opel & Ford) and economic Minivans (Mercedes Vito, Renault Trafic & Opel Vivaro) for parties till 8 passengers. For bigger groups Christian Transfers offer transfer options with cars like 14 or 19 seats minibuses and 40 to 50 seats. Coaches are available to rent for airport transfers or long trips for organized groups.
Transfers price for sedan cars for 1-3 people start from 299 euro/car and price for minivan for 1-8 people start from 399 euro/car. The estimated travel time is 260 minute.
From Belgrade (Serbia) Christian Transfers offer private transfers to more than 150 destinations from Serbia, Romania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo like Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis, Cacak, Kragujevac, Sabac, Subotica, Szeged, Osijek, Timisoara, Arad, Resita or capitals like Pristina, Sarajevo, Podgorita, Sofia, Zagreb.
How to get from Belgrade to Pristina by ride sharing
From ride sharing platforms, in Belgrade only Bolt operate since few years and might be available to book only sedan cars for maxim 4 passengers from Belgrade or Belgrade Airport area. Bolt app showed a price of 44600-53000 RSD, which means approximately 380-450 Euro at the time we tried to make a booking for this trip.
What is the cheapest way to travel from Belgrade to Pristina?
As a conclusion the cheapest way to travel from Belgrade to Pristina start from 15 euro/person and its to travel by bus.
What is the fastest way to travel from Belgrade to Pristina?
As a conclusion the fastest way to travel from Belgrade to Pristina is 4h 20m (260 minutes) and this is by car transfer from Christian Transfers.
How populated is Belgrade?
Belgrade is the capital of the southeast European country of Serbia and according with United Nations and Eurostat in 2016 had a population of 1.374 million. In 2017 according with Word Bank data Serbia had a population of 7,022 million.
What is the population of Pristina?
Pristina is the largest city of Kosovo and according with Wikipedia in 2016 had a population of 204.700 inhabitants. Pristina is the second-largest city in the world with a predominantly Albanian-speaking population, after Albania’s capital, Tirana. English is widely spoken, especially by youth. In 2017 according with Word Bank data Kosovo had a population of 1,831 million.
What is the population of Skopje?
Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia and according with United Nations and Eurostat in 2018 had a population of 627.500 inhabitants. The total population of North Macedonia was 2.104 million in 2017.
Christian Transfers Taxi app
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