- published: 01 May 2013
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It's one of Europe's most scenic train journeys, from Bar on Montenegro's Adriatic coast to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, via the causeway over Lake Skadar, Montenego's capital Podgrodica, the world's highest railway viaduct at Mala Rijeka, the Vrbnica monastery, the Potpec dam on the Lim River and more. See https://www.seat61.com/belgrade-to-bar-railway.htm But be warned, at around 00:02:40 it includes the infamous "Uh-oh, we've hit a horse" incident... The video was shot on the first part of a 48 hour overland journey from Montenegro to London by train. Fortunately, we were a mere 45 minutes late at Belgrade, and I easily made my connection with the overnight sleeper to Budapest. More information at http://www.seat61.com/Serbia.htm May I also recommend the video of Tito's priv...
By sleeping car on the route Vienna - Beograd - Nis - Sofia - Istanbul. Crossing the Danube in Serbia at Novi Sad and Sava at Beograd in the morning, shunting at Belgrade station, ride with D 491 "Balkan Express" to Nis behind electric, then change to 661-152 GM diesel and going to the Bulgarian border through the spectacular Nisava gorge. From Dimitrovgrad, the Serbian border town, to Sofia again with electric where the BDZ sleeping car was changed. Across the Bulgarian - Turkish border in the night pulled by BDZ Ludmilla diesel, Halkali - Istanbul Sirkeci suburban train section in the morning.
One of the great railway journeys of the world! Through Serbia into the Bosnia Highlands and then onwards Montenegro, descending the magnificent Moraca Canyon to capital Podgorica, before crossing serene Lake Skadar and a 6km tunnel to the Adriatic Coast at Sutomore, Bar. This was the culmination of a Friday drinking challenge: pick somewhere random in Europe and go there tomorrow. This was my desperately needed escape from the meltdown of post-Brexit Britain, and reconnection to European life & perspective: my #2Fingers2Brexit #Eurorail tour. 'Randomator' generated Bar, in Montenegro, which I'd never heard of, so fitted the bill perfectly :-) To work out how to get there, I consulted the fantastic website www.seat61.com (highly recommended) which tells you how to travel by train t...
BELGRADE in short Motion Time-lapse movie. Available in 4K, contact us if you like to purchase or more. More than 20 000 photos were taken in 60 days of shooting in the past year. 500gb of files, and not to mention countless days of post processing and editing... Equipment used: Canon 5D mark II & 6D; Canon 16-35mm f2.8 II, 17-40mm f4, 50mm f1.4, 70-200mm f4 IS, 70-300mm. Thanks to my family and friends for putting up with me, during this period ;) Also I would like to say thanks to everyone in the Time-lapse community for sharing information and knowledge! Original Music by: Ludovico Einaudi - Una Mattina Cover by: https://soundcloud.com/jpmusic https://www.facebook.com/JPmusicOriginal I do not own the copyright of the music, as well as JP-Music. The Copyright to Una Mattina belong...
Το καλοκαίρι του 2016 ένα Kawasaki Versys 650, ένα Honda CB500X και ένα Yamaha Fazer 600 ξεκίνησαν από την Θεσσαλονίκη με σκοπό να διασχίσουν 8 χώρες (Σκόπια, Αλβανία, Μαυροβούνιο, Κροατία, Βοσνία, Σερβία, Ρουμανία, Βουλγαρία) των Βαλκανίων. Το βίντεο αυτό είναι από την 6η ημέρα 4 Αυγούστου, με αναχώρηση από τo Σαράγεβο (BIH) και προορισμό το Βελιγράδι (SRB). Χάρτης διαδρομής: https://goo.gl/rdeIg4 Enjoy!
The Tibetan Nomads traveled from Bar in Montenegro to Podgorica and to Belgrade over the celebrated Bar to Belgrade railway which is one of Europe's most spectacular train rides. It's a marvel of engineering, with 254 tunnels and 435 bridges on the 296-mile journey from the Serbian capital to the Adriatic. Construction of the line started in the 1950s but only completed in 1976, opened by President Tito himself.
A brief look at Serbian trains, filmed at Belgrade main station. First we see a handsome looking Hungarian built 4-8-0 steam loco, albeit now looking rather sad and neglected in its faded blue livery. Next we see some 25kV Class 444/441 ASEA built electric locos which seem to haul most passenger trains and finally two night trains - the 2145 to Budapest and the 2150 to Skopje
An overnight journey from Belgrade to Budapest by elderly Serbian sleeping-car. The car is old & somewhat decrepit, but the beds are comfy and sheets clean. It also ran on time. Serbian & Hungarian passport control wake you at the border, but you do get some sleep! Note that as at summer 2015, this train appears to have couchettes but now no sleeper - not entirely surprising given the Serbian sleeping-car's age.
En 1080p60fps, si ca ce n'est pas de la qualité, je ne sais pas ce que ca pourrait être Filmé par Vive-Les-MF67 le vendredi 20 février 2015 a 19:34 précise
Ekskluzivno! RAF Camora priča o saradnji sa Jala Bratom i Buba Corellijem. Svojoj poseti Beogradu. I kako je počeo da radi sa Bonez MC na Palmen aus Plastic. Pitanja: 00:13 Da li sebe prevashodno vidiš kao muzičara, tekstopisca, bitmejkera ili producenta? 00:37 Kada si odlučio da se prebaciš sa repovanja na francuskom na nemački jezik? 01:09 Možeš li da nabrojiš sv ebendove kojih si do sada bio član? I svoja umetnička imena. 01:46 Misliš li da je BalkanExpress bio prekretnica u tvojoj karijeri ili je to preseljenje u Berlin? Ili možda ipak kada si ostao bez lokni? 02:34 Šta je prouzrokovalo transformaciju iz gengsta repa sa starijih albuma u lirički previnjene umerene rime? 03:16 Beč je tvoj grad, tvoja ljubav, tvoja mržnja, tvoje srce. Sva tvoja muzika je o Beču, čak i na albumu iz ove g...
For train times, prices & how to buy tickets, just see https://www.seat61.com/Turkey.htm. The video showcases an epic 3-night train journey from London to Istanbul, right across Europe to the edge of Asia, distilled into just 12 minutes... The route takes you via Paris, Zurich, Zagreb, Belgrade & Sofia, with an evening in Belgrade and a day between trains in Sofia. Quite a bit has changed since the video was made, so just see https://www.seat61.com/Turkey.htm to learn about the latest train times, fares & tickets between London and Istanbul.
I travelled this crappy train in July, 2017 to reach my 99th country. Almost finished the vlogs! Credit for the stunning time-lapse photography to Goran Dzambazov. Check out his channel in the link below - his photography is sublime! https://www.youtube.com/user/gdzambaz
Perfectly located close to the historical city centre: Kalemegdan Park, Belgrade Fortress, Bohemian Quarter of Skadarlija and the St. Sava Basilica. This beautiful and modern hotel has 123 comfortable and stylish bedrooms. Hotel guests have access to complimentary Wi-Fi and free international landline calls. Each bedroom is air conditioned and provided with a flat screen TV with international channels and Air Play, courtesy tray with tea and coffee and personal safe. Perfect for business trips with free Wi-Fi access and included buffet breakfast, the hotel is also great option for family vacations with rooms for 2-4 people.
Led Primary Series Class at Ashtanga Yoga Shala Belgrade with Vairagya Ranko, KPJAYI authorized Ashtanga Yoga teacher Level 2, filmed for 10 years of teaching Ashtanga Yoga in Belgrade in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and Sri R. Sharath Jois.