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Milan to Belgrade

Milan to Belgrade Belgrade to Milan
6.9/10

Between Milan and Belgrade we found up to 1 bus departure, including 1 night bus. The earliest departure from Milan is at 16:00 arriving to Belgrade at 09:25. The latest departure is at 16:00 arriving at 09:25. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 44 € to 44 €.


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Traveling by bus from Milan to Belgrade

The shortest travel distance between Milan (IT) and Belgrade (RS) is 1024 km. The fastest bus which departs at 16:00 has a travel time of 17:25h. The longest travel time on the route is 17:25h. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.


Overnight bus Milan to Belgrade

If you want to travel overnight, there is 1 night bus from Milan to Belgrade. The overnight buses depart between 16:00 and 16:00 and arrive between 09:25 and 09:25 in the morning.


Departure and arrival station

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Milan

You can see information about the departure station and stops Milan here

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Belgrade

You can see information about the arrival station and stops Belgrade here


Summary of the ticket price from Milan to Belgrade

Cheapest single adult ticket: 44 €
Return adult ticket price from: 88 €
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Reviews from Milan to Belgrade

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“Milan to Belgrade”
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By Patrick 21.12.2019. 13:42
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6.88
The drivers were great, as was the Croatia Bus 'chief'/boss at Zagreb station, who arranged for me to go with a different bus/ bus company after I'd missed the scheduled connection due to border delays crossing into Croatia (and maybe crossing into Italy from Switzerland, from where the bus had started out). It involved a lot of RUNNING by the driver and the chef … and me. The two drivers on the Zagreb to Belgrade route were also fantastic. The 'poor' rating for the journey applies to the Milan to Zagreb leg only because the seats were too close together, especially for a night journey (and some of the passengers were selfish). The leg from Zagreb to Beograd - not sure of bus company name - was much easier because of much more leg room and less crowding.
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