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Thessaloniki-Belgrade-Sofia passenger trains back on route

Serbian Railways in cooperation with Macedonian and Greek railways, will reintroduce “Hellas”, the international passenger train on the route Belgrade – Skopje – Thessaloniki,  starting with early May this year.

The decision to cancel the train back in  February 2011 was taken by the Greek passenger operator.

Belgrade – Thessaloniki round trip will cost 51.2 euros, Thessaloniki-Sofia 34.6 euros and Thessaloniki-Skopje 19.6 euros. Up to 50% discounts have been announced for car transports by train from Belgrade to Thessaloniki.

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