The ten-carriage train features perfectly preserved bathrooms, meeting rooms and restaurants, the Times of London reported Sunday.
One hundred and forty guests paid about $30 each for the four-hour trek from Belgrade to the central Serbian town of Vrnjacka Banja, the train's maiden voyage as a tourist attraction.
The diesel-powered presidential train had been put into storage after it's final trip in 1980, carrying the body of Tito through the distraught country.
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