AALST TO SARANDË BY TRAIN

Travel from Aalst (Belgium) to Sarandë (Albania) by train (1745 km): schedule and information to the train connection. Compare fares and buy your ticket.

To travel by train from Aalst in Belgium to Sarandë in Albania, the main route leads via Germany, Austria, Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro. Please read the following information and blog posts.

There are two main routes. Compare them and decide which one feeds your needs best.

1 Aalst (Belgium) - Cologne (Germany) - Vienna (Austria) - Budapest (Hungary) - Belgrade (Serbia) - Podgorica (Montenegro) - Sarandë (Albania) 2 Aalst (Belgium) - Munich (Germany) - Budapest (Hungary) - Belgrade (Serbia) - Podgorica (Montenegro) - Sarandë (Albania)

1745 km

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1 Aalst (Belgium) - Cologne (Germany) - Vienna (Austria) - Budapest (Hungary) - Belgrade (Serbia) - Podgorica (Montenegro) - Sarandë (Albania)
The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.
1A Travelling from Aalst (Belgium) to Cologne (Germany)
To travel from Belgium to Germany by train, use one of the high-speed trains ICE or Thalys. They connect the cities of Brussels and Liege with Cologne and Frankfurt. From and to these cities you have good connection services by the national railway providers of each country. Please use one of the following booking links to find schedules and ticket prices. If you avoid peak travel times, you will find very attractive discount fares. Usually you can book your journey from your departure station in Belgium to your destination station in Germany in one step via these booking links. If not, add a second ticket beside the one of the main connection with the high-speed trains. There are as well cheap regional trains available from Welkenraedt to Aachen with connections from Brussels and to Cologne.
Buy your ticket from Aalst to Cologne here.
The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / THALYS (THY) / Local (L)

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1B Travelling from Cologne (Germany) to Vienna (Austria)
To travel from Germany to Austria by train, use one of the frequent connections by day train. There are excellent night train connections available as well from Hamburg and Düsseldorf/Cologne to Innsbruck and Vienna. The Europe Special ("Europa Spezial") price of Deutsche Bahn is available from EUR 39. As earlier you book, as cheaper the prices are. Please use the given booking links to find schedules and ticket prices.
Buy your ticket from Cologne to Vienna here.
The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / EuroCity (EC) / Railjet (RJ)

NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
NJ 40421 Düsseldorf - Vienna / NJ 421 Düsseldorf - Innsbruck / EN 40477 Berlin - Vienna / NJ 40491 Hamburg - Innsbruck / NJ 491 Hamburg - Vienna

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1C Travelling from Vienna (Austria) to Budapest (Hungary)
To travel by train from Austria to Hungary you have the main route from Vienna to Budapest served by frequent Railjet trains. Please use the following booking links to find schedules and ticket prices. Discount fares are available. Book early to get cheap ticket prices.
Buy your ticket from Vienna to Budapest here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Railjet (RJ)

NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
EN 463 Munich - Budapest

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1D Travelling from Budapest (Hungary) to Belgrade (Serbia)
To travel from Hungary to Serbia by train, use one of the direct connections between Budapest and Belgrade. There are special saver prices available. Buy your train ticket directly at the station.
Buy your ticket from Budapest to Belgrade here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
EuroCity (EC)

NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
G 341 Budapest - Belgrade

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1E Travelling from Belgrade (Serbia) to Podgorica (Montenegro)
Direct day and night trains connect Serbia and Montenegro via one of the most scenic rail routes of Europe. Please read our blog to find detailed information and ticket prices.
Buy your ticket from Belgrade to Podgorica here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
B1343 Belgrade - Bar / B433 Belgrade - Bar / B1342 Bar - Belgrade / B432 Bar - Belgrade

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1F Travelling from Podgorica (Montenegro) to Sarandë (Albania)
There are no passenger trains between Montenegro and Albania. To cross the border, travel by bus or minibus. There are frequent conections betwen Ulcinj and Shkoder as well as services from Podgorica to Shkoder and also long distance buses operating from Kotor and Podgorica to Shkoder and Tirana.
Buy your ticket from Podgorica to Sarandë here.

Buy your ticket at the bus station or at the website of the bus company.


The following links could be interesting for you.
2 Aalst (Belgium) - Munich (Germany) - Budapest (Hungary) - Belgrade (Serbia) - Podgorica (Montenegro) - Sarandë (Albania)
The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.
2A Travelling from Aalst (Belgium) to Munich (Germany)
To travel from Belgium to Germany by train, use one of the high-speed trains ICE or Thalys. They connect the cities of Brussels and Liege with Cologne and Frankfurt. From and to these cities you have good connection services by the national railway providers of each country. Please use one of the following booking links to find schedules and ticket prices. If you avoid peak travel times, you will find very attractive discount fares. Usually you can book your journey from your departure station in Belgium to your destination station in Germany in one step via these booking links. If not, add a second ticket beside the one of the main connection with the high-speed trains. There are as well cheap regional trains available from Welkenraedt to Aachen with connections from Brussels and to Cologne.
Buy your ticket from Aalst to Munich here.
The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / THALYS (THY) / Local (L)

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2B Travelling from Munich (Germany) to Budapest (Hungary)
Tickets from Germany to Budapest and selected other stations in Hungary are available from DB (German Railways) via our partner link.

Advance fare tickets (Sparpreis Europa) offer very attractive fares and are valid for routes via either Czech Republic and Slovakia or via Austria.

If you need to go to cities in Hungary where no ticket is available to online, buy your ticket until the last possible station and get the ticket for the remaining part in Hungary locally.
Buy your ticket from Munich to Budapest here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
EuroCity (EC) / IntercityExpress (ICE) / Railjet (RJ)

NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
EN 477 Berlin - Budapest / EN 463 Munich - Budapest / NJ 40421 Düsseldorf - Vienna / NJ 491 Hamburg - Vienna

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
rail.cc / Deutsche Bahn / Interrail Planer App

2C Travelling from Budapest (Hungary) to Belgrade (Serbia)
To travel from Hungary to Serbia by train, use one of the direct connections between Budapest and Belgrade. There are special saver prices available. Buy your train ticket directly at the station.
Buy your ticket from Budapest to Belgrade here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
TRAIN TYPES: Train types you are likely to travel with.
EuroCity (EC)

NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
G 341 Budapest - Belgrade

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
rail.cc / Deutsche Bahn

2D Travelling from Belgrade (Serbia) to Podgorica (Montenegro)
Direct day and night trains connect Serbia and Montenegro via one of the most scenic rail routes of Europe. Please read our blog to find detailed information and ticket prices.
Buy your ticket from Belgrade to Podgorica here.

Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.


The following links could be interesting for you.
NIGHT TRAINS: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
B1343 Belgrade - Bar / B433 Belgrade - Bar / B1342 Bar - Belgrade / B432 Bar - Belgrade

SEARCH FOR TRAIN TIMES HERE: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
rail.cc / Deutsche Bahn

2E Travelling from Podgorica (Montenegro) to Sarandë (Albania)
There are no passenger trains between Montenegro and Albania. To cross the border, travel by bus or minibus. There are frequent conections betwen Ulcinj and Shkoder as well as services from Podgorica to Shkoder and also long distance buses operating from Kotor and Podgorica to Shkoder and Tirana.
Buy your ticket from Podgorica to Sarandë here.

Buy your ticket at the bus station or at the website of the bus company.


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