Below is a detailed map of the railways of Norway. 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


Single track branch lines radiate from Skopje running daily services southwards to Bitola and Kicevo and northwards to Kocani. The single track electrified main line runs south east from the city twice daily through to the Greek border at Gevgelija and in normal times a third would continue on to Thessaloniki but this international service is currently suspended. 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.

In October 2021 the governments of Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Albania signed a memorandum to complete what is known as Corridor VIII: this would enable the building of a railway infrastructure which by 2030 would link Varna on the Black Sea with Durres on the Adriatic.

DS December 2021