Below is a detailed map of the railways of Montenegro. You can zoom in by using the +/- buttons or by using the wheel on your mouse whilst hovering over the map.

The map has been extracted from the Railway Map of Europe with kind permission of the publishers.
You can purchase copies of the full map, as well as rail timetables, from The European Railway Timetable website


The main line through the country is the southern link of the route down to the coast at Bar from Belgrade which passes through the capital Podgorica and at just 32 euros for the 11 hour journey (first class) must be the railway bargain of the year: nearby is one of the main highlights of the journey, the Mala Rijeka viaduct, until 2001 the highest railway bridge in the world at 200 metres above the river below. From Podgorica there is a branch carrying passenger traffic to Niksic the country’s second city about an hour away with plans to extend this line to Bileca some 70kms further west in Bosnia-Herzegovina: also in the planning stage is a line from Bijelo Polje, the border station from Serbia, to Kosovo. All track is electrified and standard gauge. The Balkan Flexipass can be purchased in both 2nd and 1st class for travel in Bulgaria, Greece, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania (only valid on CFR Calatori services), Serbia, Turkey and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

DS March 2022