The Belgrade Railway Station gives the hint that railways may not be the top priority for the Serbian Government. I am making this judgement based on how “Old-School” the station looks and how it is much less crowded than what I had expected. I got myself a beer and roamed around the premises and did some crowd-watching.
The train, reaching a maximum speed of around 120Km/Hr, was clean and modern and made the Belgrade to Novi Sad trip in around 1.5 hours. Novi Sad is definitely worth a visit and the fact that it is on the banks of the great Danube is an attraction.